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€40m expat fund to target Irish property

7th June, 2015

An Irish banker living in Singapore is set to head up a €40 million assault on the Irish commercial property market on behalf of a network of Irish expatriates and high net worth individuals from the Asian trading hub.

Halberd Asset Management, the Singapore-based investor, is putting the finishing touches to a debt deal for €20 million, which will add firepower to the €20 million founder Killian Smith has raised from a network of 15...

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