The pensions planner

Former Hibernian chief Adrian Daly hopes to shake up the pensions business with an online service that provides an unprecedented level of information for companies and clients

15th August, 2009

Adrian Daly must be one of the luckiest - or smartest - people in the Irish property market. In 2005, Daly and his family joined forces with two neighbours in Foxrock in Dublin to sell their homes and gardens jointly for development. With property prices rising, developer David Agar was willing to pay €22 million for the three properties totalling 3.7 acres.

The proceeds were then split evenly between the three neighbours on Brighton Road, and they...

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