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List of Declan Ganley organizations

A list of organizations founded/run by the Irish businessman Declan Ganley is given below.

List

Organization Assoc. location (Ireland) Assoc. location (Other) Assoc. personnel (Ireland) Assoc. personnel (Other) Funded or established by Notes
Adornis.com see article see article see article see article see article Dot-com online jewelry retailer, collapsed.
Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund SA[1][2] see article see article see article see article see article Albanian investment fund, collapsed.
BroadNet[3][4][5] see article see article see article see article see article Bought up European telecoms licenses, later bought out by Comcast
Cable Bulgaria[6][5][7] 19 Tzar Boris III Blvd, 4th Floor, Sofia 1612, Bulgaria.[8] Ganley Group.[9][10]
Capital Route Private Hire Ltd[2][5] 2nd Floor, 167-169 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PF.[11] Ganley Group.[10] Incorporated on 07/01/2002[11]
Cellstar[2][12] CellStar Ireland's address is given as "C/O Chase Manhattan Bank (Ireland), Chase Manhattan House, IFSC, Dublin 1, Ireland"[13]
European Telecommunications Holdings NV[4] see article see article see article see article see article Part of Broadnet, later bought out by Comcast
Ganley Group[14] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[15]
  • Francis O'Flaherty,[16]
  • James O'Reilly,[16]
  • Martina Higgins[16]
  • Montu Bashambu[16]
Private investors Equity investmentshere.
Ganley International[5] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[18][19] Previously known as Acegrind.[20]
Grand Portage Limited Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[21] Founded by Ganley during his attempt to buy Irish Fertiliser Industries[21][2] Subsidiary of Grande Portage Resources Ltd (Canada),[21] a shell company with no net assets and no income.[21]
Growth Plus Ireland[22][23]
Guardian Net[24] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[25] Unsuccessfully sought a mobile phone licence for Iraq.[25]
Kipelova Forestry Enterprises[1] Latvia?[26]
Libertas Foundation Limited[27] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[27] Research and advocacy organization formed to advocate the ideals of the Libertas Party Limited, with aspirations to become a political foundation at European level.
Libertas Institute Limited[28] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[nb 1] Lobby group that successfully campaigned for a "no" vote in the 2008 referendum in Ireland on the Treaty of Lisbon. Sometimes called Libertas.org to distinguish it from the political party.
Libertas Party Limited[27] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[27] 7th Floor, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, Brussels 1000, Belgium.[33] Political party formed to contend the 2009 European elections, with aspirations to become a political party at European level. Sometimes called Libertas.eu to distinguish it from the lobby group.
Liberty Mobile[24] Unsuccessfully sought a mobile phone licence for Iraq.[25][24][35]
Platform Ltd[4] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[36] Later Rivada Solutions.[36]
Rivada Solutions Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[36] Formerly Platform, founded June 2000.[36]
Rivada Networks[37] Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway[25][38]
  • 2231 Crystal Drive, Suite 1101 Arlington, Virginia 22202-3727 USA,[39][38]
  • 7899 Lexington Drive, Suite 250 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920 USA,[39][38]
Ganley Group.[10] Secure quickly-deployable telecommunications. Website is here.

Notes

  1. Number: 428569
  2. Name: The Libertas Institute Limited,
  3. Address: Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway, Ireland
  4. Registered: 24/10/2006,

References

External links

  • Who is Declan Ganley? website
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