“Good faith” and the Beacon: racing a Ferrari is different to running a hospital
The unthinking way Beacon chief executive Michael Cullen doled out state-owned vaccines to private school teachers raises questions for its board. While the scandal is different from the one that played out at Davy, the discrepancy between actions and consequences is glaring.
Director, adviser, broker, co-investor: McLaughlin’s many Malin mandates
Kyran McLaughlin resigned as Davy’s deputy chairman over his participation in a 2014 bond deal where the firm failed to meet its conflict of interest obligations. At the same time, he was personally investing in companies targeted by a Davy client.
Aryzta activist targeting McGann’s chairmanship: “It’s not about the people, it’s all about the business”
Gregor Greber, co-founder of Swiss investment firm Veraison, speaks exclusively to The Currency as he joins forces with disgruntled shareholders to remove all Irish directors from Aryzta’s board.
Roy Barrett profiled: the low key stockbroker tasked with rehabilitating Irish football
He has brokered some of Ireland's biggest deals, steered Goodbody through the financial crisis and faced scrutiny by the highest authorities. Roy Barrett now chairs the beleaguered Football Association of Ireland – is he up to the task?