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

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
14th June, 2020
Paraguayan bank chief sells shares and snaps up top Irish properties
Conor McEnroy, the chairman of the Paraguayan bank Sudameris

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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