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Sunday 19 November 2017

Anglo Irish fund has dropped by 9.7pc


The Anglo Irish European Geared Property Fund has dropped in value by 9.7pc since December 2009, not 97pc as reported in Monday's editions. The fund is down 72pc since its inception.

Sodexo takes over Zehnacker Ireland

ONSITE service solutions provider Sodexo Ireland has acquired Zehnacker Ireland, which provides specialist facilities management services for hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities.

Kentech group row goes to mediation

A DISPUTE between some directors and shareholders of the giant Kentech group is to go to mediation, the Commercial Court heard yesterday. Kentech employs 2,800 people here and worldwide in providing engineering and other services.

Anglo Irish seeks €36m judgment

ANGLO Irish Bank is seeking summary judgment for more than €36.3m against a Dublin businessman over unpaid loans related to the purchase of a large number of properties. The bank's proceedings against John Morrissey, Palmerston Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, were admitted to the Commercial Court yesterday by Mr Justice Peter Kelly.

AIB secures €1.1m summary order

AIB has secured summary judgment orders in the Commercial Court for about €1.1m on consent against Co Wexford businessman James Boggan, Kilmacree, Drinagh, Co Wexford, over a 2009 loan agreement under which it agreed to provide various facilities to Boggan Quarry Products, of which Mr Boggan is a director.

John Ryan lands ISME chairman role

The National Council of ISME has elected John Ryan, of Certification Europe, as chairman. He will succeed Eilis Quinlan.

Irish Independent

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