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A buzzy investment firm in a honeypot location

BlackBee offers clients innovative investment products and services while its employees can have a high quality of life and lower cost of living in a burgeoning city, writes Arlene Harris

16th June, 2019
David O’Shea chief executive officer Blackbee Investments Picture: Clare Keogh

Located on Lapps Quay in Cork city centre, BlackBee was set up in 2014 by David O’Shea, who not only wanted to do something different, but to “excel” at it.

Responsible for the overall management of the firm, O’Shea spent 15 years working all over the world as a trader and portfolio manager before returning to Cork to set up the company, which he hoped would deliver the best in investment products...

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