AIB chief executive David Duffy looks set to make a substantial profit by selling his mansion on ‘millionaires’ row’ inSkibbereen, west Cork.
The beautiful eight-bed extended period home with tennis court, gym, hot tub and barbecue terraces also comes with extensive river-front land and two guest cottages.
There is planning permission for a boat house.
David Duffy bought the house for around €3m in 2003 from technology tycoon Leonard Donnelly.
The house is likely to sell for between €4m to €5m.
- Nick Webb
Inside the luxury west Cork home of AIB boss that could fetch €5m on market - National News - Independent.ie
AIB chief may bank huge profits from sale on millionaires’ row - Irish, Business - Independent.ie
David Duffy has got nothing to with the bank crisis, he is the fireman brought in to douse the fire at AIB and trying to keep the doors open, what happened was not on his watch.
Maybe the Indo should hound other bankers and regulators who should carry the blame, perhaps investigate their main owner's borrowings at Anglo and his cosy relationship with Seanie Fitz but David Duffy does not deserve this type of attention into his private dealings, unless he gave them the story to advertise the house.