Iput chief executive Niall Gaffney said the fund was aware it would need to be ‘disciplined and prudent’ in its approach to managing and deploying shareholders capital in order to maintain its growth levels. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish property fund Iput has secured a €150 million revolving credit facility from US lender Wells Fargo to help finance its various development proje(...)

Chefs Rodney Doyle and Derek O’Brien in the School of Food training kitchen in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny. Photograph: Pat Moore

School of Food, the community led educational food hub in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, is addressing the staffing crisis facing the restaurant trade with (...)

Barry O’Leary: broke cover with three reasons to be cheerful

Three must be a magic number for Barry O’Leary, the former chief executive of IDA Ireland who left the agency in August, where he was replaced by Mart(...)

At JLL’s 50th anniversary were Colin Dyer (left), president and CEO of JLL, and John Moran, MD, JLL Ireland

John Moran, managing director of commercial agents JLL, and Colin Dyer, president and chief executive officer of JLL, were at a reception last Thursda(...)

John Mulcahy: has separately joined the private sector board of Iput, an Irish commercial real estate fund with debt-free assets of €1 billion. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennells

The former head of asset management at the National Asset Management Agency, John Mulcahy, is preparing to advise billionaire Denis O’Brien on his (...)

Former Nama executive John Mulcahy has joined the board of Irish property pension fund Iput.

Former Nama executive John Mulcahy will join the board of Irish property pension fund IPUT in July. Mr Mulcahy is the former head of asset mana(...)

The speedy rise of Dublin house prices has caught the Government by surprise. It seems to have no idea of the root cause or indeed the likely solution. And so, vested interests have filled the vacuum. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Few countries, if any, have ever experienced a property crash like the Irish property crash. It wrecked the whole economy and ruined countless (...)

Industry sources yesterday suggested that Mount Juliet  boutique hotel and golf course could fetch about €15 million.

The Mahony family is putting high-profile hotel and country club resort Mount Juliet up for sale, following a(...)

Former Nama head of asset management John Mulcahy, who yesterday received the Society of Chartered Surveyors  of Ireland gold medal, with SCSI president  Michael O’Connor. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

  Investors and policymakers are basing decisions on property and construction on either “no information or the wrong information” acco(...)

Dr Michael Smurfit at the launch of his autobiography, ‘A Life Worth Living’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dr Michael Smurfit, the former chief executive of the Jefferson Smurfit Group, has said he believes the Irish economy is recovering and that Minist(...)