Greet Reit chief executive Pat Gunne (right) and director Stephen Vernon. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Ciarán HancockIrish listed property company Green Reit will pay its first dividend next month. In half-year results published after the market had clo(...)

Properties acquired by Green Reit since last year include the Central Park complex in Sandyford, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Property investor Green Reit will limit itself to “opportunistic” acquisitions now it has spent the money raised from the markets since its launch (...)

13/17 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 – regarded as one of the best redevelopment sites in the city centre- is one just one of Green Reit’s acquisitions.

Property investment company Green Reit reported a pre-tax profit of €43 million for its first year of operation this morning, as it re-valued its port(...)

Helena Morrissey: the chief executive of Newton Investment Management said the Republic lags behind the UK, with female participation on the boards of the top 25 companies at just 13 per cent.

A new group launched in Dublin last night will work towards increasing female participation on the boards of Ireland’s top 25 companies to 30 per cent(...)

Green last week announced it intended to raise a total of €399.8 million and €384.5 million net of costs through a share placing and an open offer to take advantage of investment opportunities in the Republic’s property market.

Green REIT’s management will not take part in its planned €385 million fundraising, according to formal documents published by(...)

Two property investment companies plan to raise a total of about €600 million on the Irish Stock Exchange through Real Estate Investment Trusts(...)

Earlier this month Green REIT was selected as the preferred bidder, along with US real estate giant Kennedy Wilson, to buy the Central Park development in Leopardstown, south Dublin, for €310 milionPhotograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

FIONA REDDANGreen REIT, the Irish listed Real Estate Investment Trust, is set to buy five Dublin city centre properties in an off-market transaction(...)

Chief executive Patrick Coveney won the backing of 96.5 per cent, some 3 percentage points less than most of his colleagues

Politicians can only dream of 72 per cent/28 per cent majorities, but, even in an era when the multiple failures of bank boards continue to haunt us, (...)

Greencore chairman Gary Kennedy (left) and chief executive Patrick Coveney at the food group’s agm in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Convenience food group Greencore is likely to seek further acquisitions and develop its own purpose-built facilities in the United States as it seeks (...)

Management comprising Stephen Vernon, Pat Gunne, Mark Munro, Paul Culhane and Jim McKenna, are subscribing for 10 million shares in the company – 3.2 per cent of its issued share capital – at a cost of €1 per share. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The management of the Green Property-linked real estate investment trust (REIT) that is listing on the Irish Stock Exchange this week will not be able(...)