Mr Mcintosh

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Michael Stanley, CEO of Cairn Homes, received a €382,000 bonus last year

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley received total remuneration of €920,000 last year, which included a €382,000 annual bonus. This compares (...)

Three founding directors of Cairn Homes are set to receive a further €47.8 million of ordinary shares in the homebuilder.

The three founding directors of Cairn Homes are set to receive a further €47.6 million of ordinary shares in the homebuilder on the back of a lucrativ(...)

Homebuilder Cairn Homes has converted more than 38 million founder shares to ordinary shares. Photograph: iStock

Cairn Homes have converted 38.68 million founder shares into ordinary shares. The move, announced Thursday, converted more than €60 million worth of (...)

Cairn Homes is seeking to have €60 million worth of founder shares admitted to trading in Dublin and London. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Cairn Homes is seeking to have more than €60 million worth of founder shares held by chief executive Michael Stanley, his brother Kevin and investor A(...)

Cairn Homes chief executive, Michael Stanley (above), his brother Kevin, and investor Alan McIntosh, will receive 38.7 million equities in the listed house builder next month through the conversion of founder shares in the company. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley, his brother, Kevin, and investor Alan McIntosh, will receive a stake in the homebuilder worth almost €62 (...)

The proceeds from the Cairn offering would be used to finance the completion of the acquisition of some or all of its pipeline sites. Photograph: PA

London-listed Irish property group Cairn Homes plans to raise €167.4 million net of expenses in a share placing and open offer that will be subject to(...)

Cairn Homes placed 400,000,000 ordinary shares at €1 per share in its LSE debut

Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes raised over €400 million in new equity capital in its debut on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). The company placed 400,(...)

Barney Rock, in action above against Australia’s Robert DiPierdomenico, says he can’t see the tournament surviving on the basis of one match in a series.

Thirty years ago today, the first International Rules series ended in front of an impressive crowd of 32,318 at Croke Park. Next week Ireland travel t(...)