Dermot Desmond was not the only Irishman involved in the takeover of London City Airport for stg£750 million, writes Gavin Daly.
Desmond was advised on the sale by Colm Donlon, a 33-year-old Dubliner and managing director of Morgan Stanley in London.
Donlon has previously advised companies including Siemens and Skype, and is one of the advisers to Ryanair on its attempt to buy Aer Lingus.
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