Cinema moguls emerge as Datalex shareholders
The Anderson family have 5.3% stake in software company
The Anderson family, the Irish cinema moguls, have been identified as a shareholder in Datalex.
A statement from the software company said that Cinema Holdings, a Jersey-based business owned by the family, had emerged as a 5.3 per cent shareholder.
The Andersons, who made their fortune through the ownership of a string of cinemas in Ireland and Britain, are the latest Irish investor to emerge on Datalex’s share register. Nick Furlong, the financier, has recently been...
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