Tuesday December 1, 2020

Cube demands more files in US legal battle over €150m Enet deal

21st October, 2018
David McCourt

The multibillion-euro fund suing David McCourt’s company over the controversial sale of a stake in Enet to a state-backed fund has sought extra details about the deal in an American court.

Cube Infrastructure is suing Granahan McCourt over the deal, which saw the Irish Infrastructure Fund (IIF) pay upwards of €150 million for a stake in Enet. Cube claims that its exclusivity was breached, and that its information was used to ‘expedite’ the...

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