Fergal Leamy

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The partnership will build wind farms with the total capacity to generate 1,000 megawatts of electricity by 2030, which Coillte estimates is enough to power about half a million homes.

State companies Coillte and the ESB are close to agreeing a joint venture that could spark a €1 billion investment in green electricity. Forestry com(...)

Ciarán Hancock (right), Business Editor at The Irish Times, presents the Deal of the Year award to outgoing Coillte chief executive Fergal Leamy at The Irish Times Business Awards. Photograph: Kieran Harnett.

State forestry company Coillte has won the Deal of the Year award at The Irish Times Business Awards in Dublin. Coillte’s sale of its stake in four w(...)

Fergal Leamy:  set to join Glen Dimplex as its chief operating officer.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Coillte chief executive Fergal Leamy is set to become the group chief operating officer of Glen Dimplex, the hugely successful Irish electric heating (...)

Smyths Toys picked up the Toys R Us central European business for a reported €79 million. Photograph: Frank Miller

For The Irish Times Deal of the Year Award this year, we’ve chosen four major transactions that have either rewarded their owners for years of hard wo(...)

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

From promising acquisitions to significant asset sales and business exits, the winners for July, August and September of this year’s Irish Times Busin(...)

Pictured at the launch of this year’s The Irish Times Business Awards in association with KPMG, were Eimear Moran, media solutions director with the Irish Times; KPMG managing partner Shaun Murphy, and Cathriona Hallahan, managing director of Microsoft Ireland and chair of the judging panel. Photograph: Kieran Harnett

The second edition of The Irish Times Business Awards, in association with KPMG has been launched. This year’s awards ceremony will be held in the Ma(...)

Fergal Leamy is stepping down as Coillte chief executive in June.

State forestry company Coillte could invest between €500 million and €1 billion over the next 10 to 15 years, according to its departing chief executi(...)

Brexit is seen as the main challenge to Irish forestry. Photograph: iStock

The State’s forestry industry is likely to invest around €250 million in coming years as it prepares for a period of major expansion. A new trade bod(...)

State forestry company chief executive Fergal Leamy has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for September, an award run in ass(...)

Coillte chief executive Fergal Leamy at its offices in Newtownmountkennedy, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

State forestry group Coillte increased its turnover by 16 per cent in the first half of the year as a result of changes to the operation of the busine(...)

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