Thursday June 4, 2020

Billionaire Ross: Why I’m investing in Irish property

Tycoon Wilbur Ross plans to strike deals with Nama and the NPRF as part of a major investment strategy for Ireland

31st December, 2014
Wilbur Ross Picture: Bloomberg

Wilbur Ross, the Wall Street titan and billionaire corporate investor, has outlined his plans to invest heavily in Irish property to take advantage of what he believes will be a continued market recovery.

In a revealing interview with The Sunday Business Post, Ross said his plan includes partnerships with the state’s loan agency Nama and the National Pensions Reserve Fund.

“Public private partnership is what we have in mind,” Ross said, who added...

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