Thursday September 24, 2020

Corporate dealmaker

Most fathers want their children to be impressed with their jobs, but, instead of becoming astronauts, magicians or firemen they could opt to follow Liam Booth’s example.

9th December, 2006

Being managing director of NCB Corporate Finance may not sound like a big deal to a playground audience, but when he’s advising Largo Foods on its €60 million takeover of Tayto Crisps and - more importantly - gets to bring huge boxes of crisps home from work, then it’s time to parade Dad’s merits to the rest of the class. Booth himself takes more pride in the list of big-ticket corporate finance deals he has...

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