Thursday October 1, 2020

Nama puts promoter's pubs into receivership

Three pubs and a number of investment properties owned by boxing promoter Brian Peters have gone into receivership.

6th July, 2013
Brian Peters's firm promoted a number of world title bouts involving Bernard Dunne. Photo: Barry Cronin

Three pubs and a number of investment properties owned by boxing promoter Brian Peters have gone into receivership.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) moved last week to install statutory receivers to the properties in a effort to shore up its exposure to Peters and his brother, Colum.

The brothers were banked by AIB, but the loans have been transferred to Nama. Sharon Barrett and Declan Taite of RSM Grant Farrell Sparks were appointed receivers...

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