Goldman Sachs mulls sale of Irish hotel arm

The global investment giant has spent tens of millions assembling a portfolio of hotels as part of its play on the Irish economic recovery

24th September, 2017

Goldman Sachs is eyeing the sale of its multimillion euro Irish hotel arm, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The global investment giant has spent tens of millions assembling a portfolio of hotels as part of its play on the Irish economic recovery, which is administered through its interest in the Tifco hotel group.

According to three sources with knowledge of the situation, Goldmans has now begun a process that could see it cash out...

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