Sean Mulryan’s ‘gunslinger’ now turns peacemaker to family companies

Sean Mulryan’s ‘gunslinger’ now turns peacemaker to family companies
Paul Keogh: ‘Traditionally, Ireland has a strong family business environment’Fergal Phillips

He’s advised the Bamfords, the Anheuser-Busch group and Mulryan. Now Paul Keogh is establishing an office advising Irish family dynasties

Paul Keogh was developer Sean Mulryan’s righthand man for more than a decade, through the difficult years of the downturn, and in the trenches for the Ballymore Group as it exited Nama.

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