List of Declan Ganley organizations

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

List[edit]

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 investments[17] firm founded 1990.[17] Its website is here.
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[edit]

  1. ^ The CRO entry for the Libertas Institute gives these details:
    • Type: Company,
    • Number: 428569
    • Name: The Libertas Institute Limited,
    • Address: Moyne Park, Tuam, County Galway, Ireland
    • Registered: 24/10/2006,

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Irish anti-EU party to set up in Austria for June elections" Austrian Times, 19 February 2009
  2. ^ a b c d "On the mysterious trail of 'Mr No'", Irish Times, May 31 2008
  3. ^ "Doyle to review Eircom licence award", Irish Independent, Thursday May 11 2000
  4. ^ a b c "French win for Ganley", Irish Independent, Wednesday July 12 2000
  5. ^ a b c d "Interview: Daire O'Brien: Prepared to take the broadband picture" The Sunday Times, January 25, 2004
  6. ^ "Many Charms of Mr.Adornis", excerpt from a 2000 article by Simon Carswell in the Sunday Business Post, article excerpt held on the Albanian TanMarket.com
  7. ^ "CableBulgaria:Directors" on the Cable Bulgaria website from the 20010301214624 entry for that website on the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ "CableBulgaria:Contact Us" on the Cable Bulgaria website from the 20010301213058 entry for that website on the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ "CableBulgaria:Ownership" on the Cable Bulgaria website from the 20010303034044 entry for that website on the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ a b c "Ganley Group:Investment Portfolio", from the Ganley Group website
  11. ^ a b Details for CAPITAL ROUTE PRIVATE HIRE LIMITED, company number 04348257 at UKData.com
  12. ^ "Telecom court cases to be defended", Irish Examiner, Monday, August 05, 2002
  13. ^ Details for CellStar Ireland, company number E0904120 at UKData.com
  14. ^ "Converging fast", "Al-Ahram Weekly" 25 - 31 May 2006, Issue No. 796
  15. ^ "Nice Treaty Rejection" letter published in the Irish Times of Fri 06 Jun 2001 from Declan J. Ganley deploring the "No" vote in the 2001 Irish referendum on Nice Treaty ratification by Ireland. The Irish Times article requires a subscription: see here for a free copy.
  16. ^ a b c d "Ganley Group:Management team", from the Ganley group website
  17. ^ a b "Ganley Group:About us", from the Ganley group website
  18. ^ "Published memo `alarmed' telecoms licence applicant", Irish Independent, Tuesday February 22 2000]
  19. ^ Details for "Ganley International Ltd" on Local Link
  20. ^ "Nationality of Libertas founder was listed as British in UK records", Irish Times, Monday, September 22, 2008
  21. ^ a b c d "Fertiliser bomb ignited Ganley's anger", Tribune News, January 18, 2009
  22. ^ "Business leaders call for reversal of 3G auctions", OUT-LAW News, 27/03/2001
  23. ^ "Mxstream en kibbeling", Computable.nl, 25 January 2002, translated version here
  24. ^ a b c "Top Irish firms pay out millions to lobby key US decision makers", Irish Independent, Sunday January 08 2006
  25. ^ a b c d "Ganley's bid for Baghdad action", Irish Times, Saturday, July 5, 2008
  26. ^ "Declan Ganley", April 2008 CNBC European Business profile.
  27. ^ a b c d "Ganley registers Libertas as a European political party" from the Irish Times, Saturday 1 November 2008
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Most Libertas founders work for firm with military links", Irish Times, Tuesday, May 20, 2008
  29. ^ "Ganley insists 'this is a pro-European message'" Irish Times, Saturday, June 14, 2008
  30. ^ a b "Libertas Institute:Management" Libertas Institute website, retrieved via 20071117014217 entry on the Wayback Machine
  31. ^ "Libertas Staff" Libertas Institute website, retrieved via 20080122115509 entry on the Wayback Machine
  32. ^ a b "Libertas executive director is Rivada employee", Irish Times, Saturday, May 24, 2008
  33. ^ "Contact Libertas" on the www.libertas.eu
  34. ^ a b "Libertas to pin hopes on a pro-Catholic agenda", Sunday Business Post, February 15, 2009
  35. ^ "Iraq Cellular Project Leads to U.S. Inquiry", Los Angeles Times, April 29, 2004
  36. ^ a b c d "Ganley denies Adornis has lost all its sparkle" Sunday Business Post, Sunday, November 12, 2000
  37. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Rivada Networks:Key Personnel" from the Rivada Networks website
  38. ^ a b c d "Kneuer Has New Gig" TV Technology, 12.21.2007
  39. ^ a b c "Rivada Networks:Contact" from the Rivada Networks website

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