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    A company owned by the financial Director of a Dublin mobile technology firm Madme, Colm Crossan, has invested around €2.2 million in the Dublin-Rodina construction company.
    https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/irish-tech-executive-backs-housebuilder-homeland-37187050.html
    https://www.independent.ie/business/article37187049.ece/9403b/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-08-06_bus_43013517_I1.JPG

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A company owned by the financial Director of a Dublin mobile technology firm Madme, Colm Crossan, has invested around €2.2 million in the Dublin-Rodina construction company.

This is another financial boost for the country, which is controlled by developer Neil Collins.

It follows a € 3 million investment made earlier this year at home grass lake Capital, a Private investment firm.

Based in Illinois, grass lake capital has targeted funding for small developers of housing in the United States and countries including Ireland, Portugal, Italy and Spain.

This was the second time that grass lake was nested within Country.

Homeland also received financial support from the Fund controlled by signal capital, a London-based investment real estate firm was founded by former executives of Deutsche Bank.

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Mr. Crossan was chief financial officer of financial technology firm a Nork until 2002. The company was sold to BAE Systems in 2011, for €217m.

He was the financial Director of the software from newbay from 2008 to 2011 and was chief financial officer at Madme 2013.

The most recent investments made by grass lake at home were taken around the same time that the birthplace has acquired a Prime residential site on Dublin’s southside in Stillorgan.

The site was sold to stock market listed homes Kern, who bought him in 2015 for €5.5 m.

Although the core was intended to build on the site, she never applied for development planning.

Homeland was involved in a number of housing projects that are aimed at wealthy buyers.

In 2015, began to develop Silveracre in Ballina, also on Dublin’s Southside.

These houses are sold for €900,000 and nearly 1 million euros.

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