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Coughlan joins Trump backer Pena’s nursing home group

Businessman describes himself as a “financial magician with the Midas touch”

11th September, 2016
Mary Coughlan

Former tánaiste Mary Coughlan has joined the board of Seneca Healthcare, a new nursing home group which plans to invest “tens of millions” in Ireland and is chaired by colourful investment guru and entrepreneur Dan Pena.

Pena, who lives in Guthrie Castle in Scotland and says he has advised the Vatican and Greek shipping billionaires the Onassis Group, is a serial investor who describes himself as a “financial magician with the...

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