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Lone Star's Irish unit invests $817m in 2013 deals

Lone Star Funds’ Irish unit invested at least $817 million in deals this year as the private-equity firm seeks to profit from Europe’s fiscal crisis.

11th December, 2013

Lone Star Funds’ Irish unit invested at least $817 million in deals this year as the private-equity firm seeks to profit from Europe’s fiscal crisis.

Lone Star International Finance Ltd. invested in “a number of deals” in the nine months through September, according to accounts filed with the Irish companies registration office. While the documents show a $2.8 million loss for 2012, the Dublin-based firm declared dividends of $5.1 million last year.

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