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Merrion directors in pole position to win race to buy broking firm

A consortium within Merrion Stockbrokers led by its head of wealth management Shane Nolan and including fellow director Ivan Fox is believed to now be in pole position to buy the firm.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
16th March, 2014

A consortium within Merrion Stockbrokers led by its head of wealth management Shane Nolan and including fellow director Ivan Fox is believed to now be in pole position to buy the firm.

Davy Stockbrokers, Brewin Dolphin and Cantor Fitzgerald were the other bidders rumoured to be interested in buying Merrion.

Merrion's fund management arm has around €1 billion in assets under management and is believed to be the key attraction for any buyer.

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