Kerry built for more M&A activity

The group’s focus is on integrating the three US firms it just bought, but it will be back on M&A trail ‘quickly’

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
8th November, 2015
Stan McCarthy, chief executive of Kerry Group, says the conglomerate has to closely watch global market trends. Pic: Fennells

Kerry Group is taking a breather to integrate its latest haul of new businesses. “But that doesn’t mean our M&A department are out playing tennis or playing golf,” chief executive Stan McCarthy told The Sunday Business Post.

Last week, Kerry announced third-quarter results that were in line with its projections, and let the market know that it would be focusing for the next six months on integrating the three...

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