Super-rich set sights on Dublin

High net worth individuals are piling into the capital, focusing on property as the best way to get a return for their huge sums of money

16th April, 2015
Yelena Baturina, Russia’s richest woman, spent €27 million on the Morrison Hotel

The preservation of wealth is a difficult business. With banks offering little in the way of interest, and turbulent equity markets proving difficult to negotiate, the rich are turning back towards the traditional investment of choice: property.

According to property sources, the super-rich are playing an increasingly important role in the global property market, and Ireland is no different. While cities such as London and Paris may be the traditional haunts of the well-heeled, Ireland...

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