The Phoenix Park Racecourse deal includes a mix of apartments, duplex units and houses, including 20 one-bed and 113 two-bed units

Ireland’s biggest private residential landlord, Ires Reit, said on Monday that it is to acquire 146 apartments at the Phoenix Park Racecourse in Dubli(...)

There are three female CEOs on the Iseq 20:  Irish Residential Properties Reit chief  Margaret Sweeney, above,  Bank of Ireland’s Francesca McDonagh and  Glanbia head Siobhan Talbot. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Ireland’s top 20 Iseq companies have the highest ratio of female chief executives among stock indices globally at 15 per cent, according to a new repo(...)

Dublin-listed Ires currently owns 3,683 apartments and houses for private rental in Dublin and Cork

The State’s largest landlord Ires Reit has disposed of a portfolio consisting of 151 apartments in Dublin for €48 million. Ires said the price achiev(...)

Glanbia CEO Siobhan Talbot: in the  narrow pool of women CEOs in  Iseq companies  which have  been a recruiting ground for non-executive positions elsewhere. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

Women were appointed to six of every 10 seats filled on the boards of Irish public limited companies in 2019, marking a dramatic swing for Ireland fro(...)

Ires Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney said the results “demonstrate the strong resilience of the business”. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The State’s biggest landlord recorded a more than 30 per cent increase in net rental income during the first six months of the year despite the challe(...)

Group chairman Declan Moylan and group CEO Margaret Sweeney at the 2019 Irish Residential Properties (Ires) Reit annual general meeting.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires), the State’s largest private residential landlord with more than 3,700 properties, defended a 40 per cent inc(...)

Ires CEO Margaret  Sweeney’s basic salary rose by 21.2 per cent last year to €400,000, while the maximum level of her bonus was increased from 100 per cent to 150 per cent of her salary.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Shareholders in Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires) have been advised to vote against a resolution on the company accounts in protest over the fa(...)

Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The State’s largest landlord improved occupancy across its portfolio to 99 per cent by the end of April as it increased the number of properties under(...)

Irish Residential Properties Reit chief executive Margaret Sweeney. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The head of the State’s biggest private landlord received a 42 per cent boost in her pay package last year, bringing her total remuneration to just un(...)

Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The State’s largest landlord has raised almost €200 million in debt to help pay down its revolving credit facility. I-Res Reit said on Wednesday said(...)

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