Thursday June 4, 2020

Richard Burrows becomes chair of Craven House Capital

AIM-listed company specialises in restructuring, expansion and turnaround investments

9th October, 2016
Richard Burrows

Richard Burrows, the chairman of British American Tobacco and former governor of Bank of Ireland, has become chairman of Craven House Capital. The AIM-listed company specialises in restructuring, expansion and turnaround investments in crisis and transitioning economies. Craven recently acquired a non-performing loan portfolio in South Africa, invested in a hotel in Greece and acquired land in Argentina. It is also involved in a legal dispute with the owners of Panda Waste in Ireland.

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