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201. Kyran McLaughlin

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Kyran McLaughlin (75), one of the biggest shareholders in stockbroker Davy, stepped down from his role as head of capital markets at the firm in 2018, to be succeeded by AIB CEO Bernard Byrne. Once dubbed the most powerful man in Irish stockbroking, he is to remain as deputy chairman of the company. McLaughlin’s son last year stepped down from his own role as head of private banking at AIB to help manage his father’s private wealth, it was reported. McLaughlin’s stake in Davy is estimated to be worth well in excess of €50m and he remains a director of a plethora of Irish companies, including Ryanair, where, prior to becoming a director in 2001, he was a key adviser to the company on its 1997 flotation. During a more recent turbulent period for the Ryanair board, McLaughlin survived a challenge to his seat but some investors made it clear that they had an issue with directors staying on for too long a period.

202. Mark Roden

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