Merrion Capital

Merrion Capital is a leading Irish financial services group, providing corporate advisory, funds management and stock broking services to a domestic and international client base.

Merrion Capital is majority owned by management and staff. Other significant shareholders include Brehon Capital Partners Limited the Dublin based real estate, private equity investment and asset management firm and Somers Limited a Bermuda based holding company listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange with interests in banking, asset management, stock broking and asset finance. The firm has a strong international board and employs 70 people.

Merrion Capital has advised on many of the major corporate finance deals in the Irish market, including the purchase of Eircom by STT and the Eircom ESOT, the IPO of Aer Lingus and the take-private of the Jefferson Smurfit Group.

Corporate News

Merrion Capital Press Release

Merrion Capital today announced that it has received approval from the Central Bank of Ireland for the acquisition of the business by management supported by two new strategic investors. Executives at the Dublin based broker will retain a majority interest in Merrion while Brehon Capital Partners Limited and Somers Limited … read more

Merrion Advisory PRSA is launched

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Merrion Advisory PRSA. The Merrion Advisory PRSA is a non-standard PRSA, where Merrion Stockbrokers acts as the PRSA provider. This new non-standard PRSA offering complements our existing platform of personalised pension structures all of which offer investment flexibility, control and transparency. … read more

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Market News

Origin Enterprises – Solid start to the year with full year guidance in line with expectations

November 24, 2014

Origin Enterprises has provided a trading update this morning covering the first fiscal quarter of the group’s year. Revenue in the quarter amounted to €318 million (Q1 2014: €307.3 million) and the increase is largely attributable to currency tailwinds (+5.2%) and acquisitions (+3.9%) while the underlying revenue change was -5.6% … read more