Paraguayan bank chief sells shares and snaps up top Irish properties
Sudameris’s Conor McEnroy is refurbishing 2 Clyde Road in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 after a €3m purchase
Conor McEnroy, the chairman of the Paraguayan bank Sudameris, has sold a sizeable chunk of his shares in the bank and has been buying up expensive property around Ireland.
McEnroy recently bought and is currently refurbishing 2 Clyde Road in Ballsbridge in Dublin 4, which is next door to the home of Michael O’Leary, the chief executive of Ryanair. The house cost €3 million and was bought through Abbeyfield, McEnroy’s private investment firm.
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