Paul Mccann

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Grant Thornton managing partner Paul McCann: “We would all dance around the kitchen every weekend. Me and the kids. I’d put on some tunes and we’d have a bop the lot of us. That’s important.” Photograph:   Cyril Byrne

Late next month, Grant Thornton’s managing partner Paul McCann will vacate the corner office he has occupied for the past five years and make way for (...)

Michael McAteer, incoming managing partner of Grant Thornton in Ireland, says there are “numerous challenges on the horizon”. Photograph: Emily Quinn

Audit and accounting firm Grant Thornton has appointed Michael McAteer as its next managing partner. He will succeed Paul McCann in the role from Janu(...)

The Gibson Hotel, in Dublin’s north docklands, was recently put up for sale with an €87 million price tag by receivers.

Competition regulators will scrutinise German group Dekabank’s takeover of the Gibson Hotel, once part of developer Harry Crosbie’s Dublin docklands p(...)

File photograph: Collins Courts.

A “trusted” IRA member who purchased in a “surreptitious manner” the car used in the murder of a Northern Irish prison officer David Black has been ja(...)

German global real estate investment group Deka Immobilien is believed to be poised to acquire the Gibson Hotel in Dublin’s docklands. The four-star(...)

David Black, who worked at the high-security Maghaberry Prison in Co Antrim, was shot dead in 2012 as he drove to work on a motorway near Lurgan in Co Armagh on November 1st last.

A Dublin man who bought the car later used in the fatal shooting of Northern Ireland prison officer David Black will be sentenced later this month at (...)

Grant Thornton managing partner Paul McCann announces 250 new jobs alongside Minister of State Eoghan Murphy and Tim Lohan, a partner in financial accounting and advisory services. Photograph: Emily Quinn

Accounting firm Grant Thornton plans to create 250 new jobs in Ireland over the next 18 months, mostly at a newly-established centre of excellence con(...)

Ticknick Park is one of three parks at the development

Shortly before Christmas, builders broke ground on a development that will ultimately be home to about 30,000 people. It marked the first real steps i(...)

A detailed planning application is to be submitted in the coming months for a new €875 million Cherrywood town centre, as well as 1,300 apartments immediately adjacent to the Cherrywood Luas.

US developer Hines has started work on a €2 billion urban centre in south Dublin that will eventually provide 8,000 new homes for 30,000 people. The (...)

St Edmund’s:  56  apartments were built by Ray Grehan’s Glenkerrin Homes before the crash. The rest were completed  in 2015 under  receivers Michael McAteer and Paul McCann of Grant Thornton

Carysfort Castle, an Irish property investment company headed by Michael Looney, has outbid several overseas companies to buy an investment portfolio (...)

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