Thursday April 2, 2020

Irish financier played Trump card in NY

Quinlan job for president-elect’s nephew

11th December, 2016
Blaine Trump was almost as high profile in society columns as former brother-in-law Donald Picture: Getty

Donald Trump’s nephew was an employee of Derek Quinlan, Ireland’s biggest financier during the Celtic Tiger years, it has emerged.

Christopher Trump-Retchin was part of the financier’s Quinlan Private investment team in Manhattan during the final years of the boom.

He was part of a team that raised over $400 million in the United States to acquire European property.

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