Sunday July 12, 2020

Tony O'Reilly steps down from yet another Irish company

Former billionaire still has shares through Indexia Holdings

18th February, 2016
Tony O'Reilly entered bankruptcy in the Bahamas late last year Pic: RollingNews.ie

Tony O’Reilly has stepped down as a director of Columbia Investments, an investment company headquartered at Castlemartin Stud Farm.

O’Reilly has been replaced as a director at Columbia by solicitor Pauline O’Donovan, who is also a minority shareholder in the company with one share. The rest of the shares are still held by Indexia Holdings, O’Reilly’s Cyprus-based investment vehicle.

The third director in the company...

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