Mulcahy to join IPUT board

John Mulcahy, a former top Nama official, will join the board of IPUT Plc as it seeks to attract overseas investors and build its €1.1 billion real estate fund.

17th June, 2014

John Mulcahy, a former top Nama official, will join the board of IPUT Plc as it seeks to attract overseas investors and build its €1.1 billion real estate fund.

Mulcahy, 65, will join Dublin-based IPUT’s board in July, chief executive Niall Gaffney said in an interview. The chartered surveyor and former CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Irish business joined Nama in 2009 when the organisation was created to purge the banks of more than €70...

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