When the ex-NAMA employee Enda Farrell hearing at the High Court was reported earlier this week, there was a broad description of the recipients of emails named by Enda Farrell in his affidavit but neither individuals nor companies were identified. Today that changes with reporting by Mary Carolan and Simon Carswell in the Irish Times. Their report is here, this blogpost just puts format and order on the information contained in the report.
This is the list of recipients named by the Irish Times which also reports “the identities of a small number of other recipients cannot be disclosed by court order”. If at least 25 emails were sent as reported earlier this week, then that outstanding list mightn’t be that small though it is unclear if multiple recipients constitute one or more emails.
(1) October 2011, Fabian Neuenschwander, an employee of a Swiss investment manager, The Partners Group
(2) October 2011, Borge Tangeraas, a consultant to property investor FREO Group in Amsterdam
(3) January 2012, Jos Short, owner of real-estate investment manager Internos in London
(4) January 2012, Denis Morel, a fund manager at Axa Real Estate Investment Managers in Paris
(5) Janauary 2012, David Jackson and Peter Riley of PRUPIM Real Estate Investment Managers in London
(6) US company Fidelity International
(7) January 2012, Jean Michel Rossi, Laurent Vouin, and Harry Badham at AXA in London
(8) Between March 30th to April 17th to Neil Cable, head of European real estate investments at Fidelity in London
(9) Between March 30th to April 17th to Darren Ehlert, managing director of IN-West Immobilien in Berlin, which was affiliated to Forum
(10) April 2012, Andrew Walker at the European branch of Forum
(11) April 2012, Bobby Geraghty of estate agents King Associates in Dublin
(12) May 2012, Ken Rouse and Stewart Doyle of QED Equity Solutions, an investment company based at the IFSC (also June and July 2012)
(13) June 2012, Ray McMahon, who ran the Irish business of Canadian asset manager Canaccord Genuity in Dublin
(14) Tony Waters, managing director of a chartered surveyors firm, HWBC, on Harcourt Street in Dublin