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Businessman's surprise exit from Mount Juliet

O'Neill swaps property for petrol pumps

26th October, 2014

Just months after buying the five-star Mount Juliet Resort, businessman Emmet O’Neill is seeking to deleverage his investment there, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

O’Neill, who sold his Smiles dentistry business for €36 million, partnered with Brehon Capital to acquire the hotel and golf estate property for €15 million in June.

He is seeking to refinance his involvement through another investor fund.

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