Tuesday March 31, 2020

Kennedy Wilson upbeat on Irish property portfolio

Group not seeing any effects from Brexit uncertainty so far

5th August, 2016
Dublin office rents rising Pic: Getty

Property investment group Kennedy Wilson Europe (KWE) – which invests in Ireland as well as Britain, Spain and Italy – has reported an after-tax profit of £78.7m for the first half of this year, down from £149.3m in the same period last year.

Net operating income grew by 35 per cent to £78.7m. Adjusted earnings per share rose by 17 per cent to 26.8p.

KWE said the value of its portfolio was just over...

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