Former Glen Dimplex boss ups stake in Providence Resources

28/06/2022 22:00:00

Sean O’Driscoll now holds 4.4 per cent of the shares in the oil and gas exploration company through his investment vehicle Roaring Waters

Sean O’Driscoll, the former chief executive of Glen Dimplex, has increased his stake in Providence, the Irish oil and gas exploration company.

Sean O’Driscoll now holds 4.4 per cent of the shares in the oil and gas exploration company through his investment vehicle Roaring Waters

Sean O’Driscoll, the former chief executive of Glen Dimplex, has increased his holding in Providence Resources, the Irish oil and gas exploration company.O’Driscoll, who holds the stake through his Roaring Waters investment vehicle along with his wife Rose O’Riordan, now holds 4.4 per cent of the shares in Providence, according to the latest filings.

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Companies Sean O’Driscoll, the former chief executive of Glen Dimplex, has increased his holding in Providence Resources, the Irish oil and gas exploration company.Former Ireland boss Joe Schmidt.The Health Information and Quality Authority building in Dublin.Paul Reid announces decision to step down as HSE boss with a "heavy heart" 6 Dave Hanratty Reid said it is"the hardest decision he had ever made" during his career.

O’Driscoll, who holds the stake through his Roaring Waters investment vehicle along with his wife Rose O’Riordan, now holds 4.4 per cent of the shares in Providence, according to the latest filings. THE ALL BLACKS have drafted Joe Schmidt into their coaching team ahead of Saturday’s first Test against Ireland. That stake is made up of 47. While there were improvements in compliance against national standards and regulations, many children continued to experience delays in accessing the service or a care placement which was appropriate to their needs, the report found.2 million shares, which is currently worth €944,000 at the company’s current share price . Advertisement Schmidt previously coached Ireland from 2013 until 2019, leading them to Grand Slam glory in 2018 as well as two other Six Nations titles and their first-ever wins over New Zealand.. "Having previously worked in the private, not for profit, central and local government sectors, working in the HSE has been by far the greatest period in my career," said Reid.

. “Joe will come in for Tuesday and Thursday’s trainings this week and we’re really grateful to have his help,” said Foster “We’ve planned for this kind of disruption and we’ve got backup plans and people on standby.” Advertisement “Our inspections found an ongoing commitment to delivering good quality and safe services to children; however, there were inconsistencies in many services provided to children that need to be improved upon. .