LONDON CALLING: the inside story of Sean Mulryan’s €560m grand plan

Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore has joined Eco World in developing three large London schemes which could enable the famously private developer to exit Nama by the end of Ballymore’s current financial year. Ben Griffiths reports from London

17th January, 2015

Property magnate Sean Mulryan has pulled off another speculator deal in London which will net €560 million for his construction firm from a new joint venture with Malaysian real estate company Eco World Investment.

Mulryan’s Ballymore will jointly develop three large mixed housing, retail and leisure projects in London with Eco World; the schemes were previously under the sole ownership of Ballymore. The move will free up much-needed cash to enable Ballymore to exit from...

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