Kehoe scoops award for vulture funds film
Exposé targeted state asset sell-off policy
Ian Kehoe, the editor of The Sunday Business Post, has been honoured for his work exposing the activities of vulture funds in post-crash Ireland.
Kehoe, along with RTÉ producer Maire Kearney, won the business feature category at the UCD Smurfit School Business Journalist Awards for the television documentary The Great Irish Sell-Off.
The programme, aired on January, examined how a small number of global financial giants have acquired up to close to 90,000 mortgages...
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