Monday June 1, 2020

Edward Haughey leaves €4.3m in will

Haughey was known as Lord Ballyedmond of Mourne

29th January, 2017
The late Edward Haughey

The entrepreneur Edward Haughey, who died after a civilian helicopter crashed in thick fog in Britain in March 2014, has left €4.3 million in his Irish will.

Haughey, known as Lord Ballyedmond of Mourne, founded the Newry-based pharmaceuticals giant Norbrook in 1969.

It became one of the world’s largest veterinary pharmaceutical companies, and increased its pre-tax profits by 65 per cent to £35.5 million last year.

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