Monday November 23, 2020

What Wilbur did next: the turnaround wizard plots his next Irish play

In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, financial titan Wilbur Ross outlines his plans for Ireland, writes Róisín Burke

31st December, 2014
Wilbur Ross: ‘There are always values to be found if you look hard enough’ Picture: Bloomberg

Wilbur Ross, who boasts that $200 billion of corporate liabilities have passed through his hands in global restructuring deals, is best known for buying at the very nadir.

So his plan to invest heavily in Ireland while asset values are rising seems at odds with his usual modus operandi.

But when asked if recovery was extinguishing opportunity in Ireland for investors like him, he was emphatic: “There are always values to be found if you look...

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