Claret Capital left with three directors as executive resigns

Claret Capital, the investment firm founded and run by Domhnal Slattery, has lost another senior executive with the resignation of director and shareholder Bryan Maloney.

12th September, 2009

Claret Capital, the investment firm founded and run by Domhnal Slattery, has lost another senior executive with the resignation of director and shareholder Bryan Maloney.

Maloney stepped down on August 31, just over two months after the resignation of fellow director and shareholder Max Doyle.

The changes leave Claret with three directors: Slattery, chief operating officer Tom McAleese and Eamonn Quinn. Quinn is a son of Superquinn founder Feargal Quinn, who has invested in several deals...

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