Monday June 1, 2020

Former FAI director linked to firm that took over Delaney company loans

Karl Heffernan, the FAI’s former commercial director, is named in company documents at Pillarview Limited, which took over more than €620,000 in Bank of Ireland loans made to a company with links to Delaney and three business partners

31st March, 2019
John Delaney at the Aviva Stadium to watch Ireland’s victory over Georgia last week Picture: inpho

A former FAI executive is a key figure at a company that took over hundreds of thousands of euro worth of debt attached to a property investment involving John Delaney.

Karl Heffernan, the FAI’s former commercial director, is named in company documents at Pillarview Limited, which took over more than €620,000 in Bank of Ireland loans made to a company with links to Delaney and three business partners.

Delaney’s three fellow investors include...

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