Meet Ireland’s new €200 million money men

With €200 million to spend, Canadian finance house Timbercreek is the latest newcomer to roll the dice on Ireland’s recovery

28th May, 2017
David Mossington, head of British and European Investments, Timbercreek, and Paul Roddy, head of Irish debt, Timbercreek Pic:Conor McCabe

Timbercreek, the multibillion dollar Canadian finance house, has become the latest international player to take a punt on the Irish recovery story. It is hoping to sink at least €200 million into the Irish property market, helping developers to build and debtors to escape the clutches of the vulture funds which have bought their loans. Unlike many of its competitors, it is hoping to make a splash outside Dublin as well.

But what is attracting...

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