Marley embroiled in fresh controversy as Dublin site is sold for six-figure sum
Confusion over sale as Bank of Ireland had charge on site
Businessman Philip Marley has found himself embroiled in yet another controversy, after a company owned by him managed to sell a site in Cork Street in Dublin to Targeted Investment Opportunities plc.
The sale was completed in recent weeks to Targeted, which is a joint venture between multibillion-euro fund Oaktree and respected Irish builder Bennett Construction.
The site changed hands for a six-figure sum, but how Marley managed to sell it is not entirely clear....
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