For the vultures, it’s just a numbers game

There are basics you need to know when dealing with a vulture fund, writes David Hall

12th February, 2017

Vulture funds are not charities, nor are they custodians of any moral compass. They are not interested in the commercial engine of Ireland Inc or the housing crisis. They care about themselves. They were welcomed here with open arms and have settled in nicely, promoted and supported by many vulture lovers. They have ice in their veins and not blood.

They also own a lot of loans in Ireland – Central Bank figures show that...

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