Former INM chairman leaves €15.3m in will

17th December, 2017
INM AGM Vincent Crowley and James Osborne Pic: Feargal Ward 08/06/12

The businessman and lawyer James Osborne, who died suddenly earlier this year, left €15.3 million in his will.

Records filed at the Probate Office in Dublin show that the longstanding director of Ryanair, the chairman of the bookseller Eason and former managing partner at A&L Goodbody solicitors left €15,286,826. He died aged 68.

Osborne first made his name at A&L Goodbody after qualifying from Trinity College Dublin in 1973.

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