Lynch’s tale of great explanations

Shareholders in One51 stayed qui et during question time at their AGM last Thursday and chief executive Philip Lynch thanked them for their continuing support. But despite their silence, Lynch told shareholders he felt he couldn’t leave the meeting w

11th August, 2007

Shareholders in One51 stayed qui et during question time at their AGM last Thursday and chief executive Philip Lynch thanked them for their continuing support. But despite their silence, Lynch told shareholders he felt he couldn’t leave the meeting without explaining his investment in Irish Continental Group (ICG).

Lynch said he felt there had been considerable comment on the takeover battle and played down its importance in the context of the One51 group’s...

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