Sean Mulryan’s ‘gunslinger’ now turns peacemaker to family companies
He’s advised the Bamfords, the Anheuser-Busch group and Mulryan. Now Paul Keogh is establishing an office advising Irish family dynasties
Paul Keogh was developer Sean Mulryan’s righthand man for more than a decade, through the difficult years of the downturn, and in the trenches for the Ballymore Group as it exited Nama.
Now, from a penthouse office overlooking St Stephen’s Green in Dublin, Keogh will give counsel to wealthy dynasties that need to work out succession plans, divorce settlements and the conflicts that arise at family firms of all sizes.
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