Saturday December 7, 2019

Sweden 2019: ‘There’s now a great deal of interest in Ireland as a market’

Sweden is a hive of business activity and there is a buzz about Ireland there again, according to Honorary Consul General Paul Keane

2nd June, 2019
Paul Keane, Honorary Consul General of Sweden Pic: Bryan Meade

Paul Keane’s office on Fitzwilliam Place is a place of contrasts. Indoors, you’ll find the wood-panelled, book-lined surroundings you might expect, while on a balcony outside the window sits an altogether different hive of activity.

Paul Keane is many things. As managing director and head of business law at Reddy Charlton Solicitors, he is a leading light in Irish company law and was instrumental in the drafting of the Companies Act...

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