Moneyball in leafy Dublin 4: how an Irish firm became central to Serie A global asset chase
How did an obscure company in Dublin 4 become part of a global asset hunt? And what happens next? Confidential documents, court judgements, affidavits and international filings reveal the real story behind the collapse of MP & Silva, and the role of Ireland in its operations.
1st Oct, 2019 - 8 min read
The inside story: Matheson and the making of the Maple 10
The role of blue-chip law firm Matheson in the Maple 10 transaction has never been fully told – until now. Today, The Currency traces the firm’s role in one of the most controversial corporate deals in Irish history.
1st Oct, 2019 - 12 min read
Interview: How Owen Brennan’s business went from £5m a year to £5m a week
Devenish chairman Owen Brennan talks about turning a Belfast feed mill into a £200m agri-technology global group, harnessing nature for business and following in the footsteps of history’s first farmers.
30th Sep, 2019 - 12 min read
“I am responsible for an economy inside a democracy. Not a democracy inside an economy.”
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: As he prepares his third Budget as finance minister, Paschal Donohoe talks about his political philosophy, international tax reform, Brexit and his predecessors