Development Securities remains cautious after reaping rewards from bargain hunting in Dublin

Burlington House, Dublin

There are plenty of reasons to visit Ireland - scenery, culture, the craic - but what drew Matthew Weiner, of Development Securities, in 2010 was the prospect of picking up bargain land from NAMA: the government agency selling off distressed Irish assets.

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