Marker Hotel backers emerge as front runners for €12 million Mount Juliet resort

Brehon Capital Partners has emerged as the preferred bidder for the €12 million Mount Juliet resort.

1st June, 2014
Kevin McGillycuddy, managing director, Brehon Capital Partners. Picture: Feargal Ward

Brehon Capital Partners has emerged as the preferred bidder for the €12 million Mount Juliet resort, The Sunday Business Post has learned. A deal for the Kilkenny resort is likely to be concluded in the coming days and could be announced as early as this week.

The golf resort is being sold by Killeen Investments, an investment group owned by the family of the late Toyota tycoon Tim O'Mahony. According to a spokesperson for Killeen...

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