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Ronan bids for capital’s tallest structure

Ronan bids for capital’s tallest structure

Johnny Ronan, the well-known developer, is preferred bidder to build what will be Dublin’s tallest structure at a cost of €150 million

Tom Lyons Sunday Business Post 19th July 2015


Sunday, July 19, 2015/Number of views (790)

Wilbur Ross backs Johnny Ronan in €130m skyscraper deal

Wilbur Ross backs Johnny Ronan in €130m skyscraper deal

Cardinal Capital all set to bankroll what will be Dublin's tallest building

Nick Webb 19th July 2015 Sunday Independent Business

Sunday, July 19, 2015/Number of views (703)

Eating an elephant, one bite at a time

Eating an elephant, one bite at a time

From cycling in the Alps with Sean Kelly, to wrapping up multimillion deals, Johnny has led a gilded life, writes Niamh Horan.

Niamh Horan, The Independent, 5th April 2015


Sunday, April 5, 2015/Number of views (1473)

Ronan pays debt to quit Nama

Ronan pays debt to quit Nama

Johnny Ronan is the highest profile developer to get out of Nama following a final payment of €300m yesterday.

Some of the biggest developers in the country are poised to follow Johnny Ronan out of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) after he repaid his debt to the State's bad bank yesterday.

Peter Flanagan, Irish Independent, 2nd April 2015.

Thursday, April 2, 2015/Number of views (1177)

Developer Johnny Ronan exits Nama with backing from Colony and M&G

Developer Johnny Ronan exits Nama with backing from Colony and M&G

US firm Colony Capital and UK based M&G Investments are funding developer Johnny Ronan’s exit from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama). Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) confirmed that Mr Ronan exited the agency in a “€300 million transaction” on Wednesday. 

Barry O' Halloran, The Irish Times, 1st April 2015

Wednesday, April 1, 2015/Number of views (1005)

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