Friday February 21, 2020

Exiting Quinn Country: Aventas boss leaves Derrylin for Dublin

O’Brien says his presence in Co Fermanagh is ‘no longer needed’ as liquidation of the Quinn Group’s assets nears final stages

17th January, 2015
Paul O'Brien, chief executive, Aventas, the holding company tasked with selling ormer Quinn Group assets Picture: Bryan Meade

After more than three fractious years, the man tasked with running Sean Quinn’s former manufacturing empire has relocated from Derrylin in Fermanagh to Dublin.

Paul O’Brien is focused on the future, primarily the sale of a large stake of Laya Healthcare, the €100 million former Quinn Insurance business and the state’s second biggest health insurer.

O’Brien heads up Aventas, the holding company tasked with selling former Quinn Group assets,...

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