Bonanza of €1 million for Irish Ferries’ Rothwell
ICG awarded Rothwell 205,000 shares as part of a stock option scheme
Eamonn Rothwell, the low-profile chief executive of ferry operator Irish Continental Group, scooped more than €1 million of shares in the company last week.
In a stock exchange filing, ICG, which owns Irish Ferries, said it awarded Rothwell 205,000 shares as part of a stock option scheme. The shares were purchased on the open market at a price of €5.30.
Rothwell, who has run the company since the early 1990s, directly controls 9.93 million shares in...
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