Cignal Chairman Donal O’Shaughnessy and Cignal chief executive Colin Cunningham

Irish telecoms infrastructure firm Cignal has been acquired by Spanish group Cellnex Telecom in a deal worth €210 million. Cignal currently owns 546 (...)

David O’Shea, executive director of BlackBee Group with Aperee chief executive Paul Kingston at the launch of the fund. Photograph: Clare Keogh

The headline figures shout the story – 1,000 new beds, 1,500 new staff on top of 1,000 already working in care homes they intend to take over. Investm(...)

BlackBee executive director David O’Shea, Tánaiste Simon Coveney and Aperee chief executive Paul Kingston at the announcement of BlackBee’s €250 million investment fund.

Cork-based financial firm BlackBee Investments has announced details of a €250 million healthcare investment fund aimed at creating 1,000 nursing home(...)

Paul Kingston, who  has been appointed healthcare portfolio manager with BlackBee here.

Paul Kingston, the businessman who oversaw the sale of CareChoice nursing homes for €70 million, will lead BlackBee Investments’ drive to expand in th(...)

Cignal offers services to the main mobile and wireless service providers in Ireland, the emergency services and FM radio stations, with multiple customers using each tower. Photograph: iStock

Irish telecommunications company Cignal has refinanced its loan facilities with Bank of Ireland and AIB, growing its borrowings by almost €34 million (...)

Cignal has invested more than €15m in the past 18 months in expanding its tower infrastructure

Irish telecommunications company Cignal has invested more than €15 million in the past 18 months in expanding its tower infrastructure as it aims to d(...)

Mater Private owns hospitals in Dublin and Cork, two cancer treatment centres in Limerick and Liverpool, and a number of out-patient clinics.

French company Infravia is buying hospital group Mater Private from US fund Harbourvest in a deal thought to value the business at about €500 million(...)

As familiarity with private equity grows here, more internationally flavoured deals are likely to follow. Photograph: iStock

A feature of M&A activity in Ireland right now is its international flavour. “We have seen an increasing number of cross-border transactions, muc(...)

Coillte is selling around 300 masts and equipment locations for an undisclosed sum.

Coillte has agreed a deal to sell its network of 298 telecoms masts to a French investment fund, Infravia Capital Partners, for about €70 million. The(...)