Sunday July 12, 2020

Battle for Blackrock as Goodman ups his stake to 55% in hospital

The beef magnate was the successful bidder for another 28 per cent stake in the private hospital group in Dublin.

26th October, 2014
Larry Goodman is thought to have paid at least €1 million over the par value of the loans.

Beef magnate Larry Goodman was the successful bidder for a large stake in Dublin’s Blackrock Clinic, The Sunday Business Post understands.

Loans secured on a 28 per cent share of the private hospital group being sold as part of the ongoing liquidation of IBRC have now been bought by Goodman.

This appears to give Goodman, who already owns a 27 per cent stake, control of just over 55 per cent of Blackrock Clinic.

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