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J. P. McManus was born on 10 March, 1951 in Limerick, Ireland. Discover J. P. McManus's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 69 years old?

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Age 70 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 10 March 1951
Birthday 10 March
Birthplace Limerick, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Who Is J. P. McManus's Wife?

His wife is Noreen McManus

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Children Sue Ann McManus, Kieran McManus, John McManus

J. P. McManus Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is J. P. McManus worth at the age of 70 years old? J. P. McManus’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Ireland. We have estimated J. P. McManus's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 €2.1 billion (2018)
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2012

In 2012, McManus's horse Synchronised won the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Synchronised went on to run in the 2012 John Smiths Grand National with champion jockey Tony McCoy on 14 April 2012. Synchronised threw McCoy on the way to the starting area; after being caught and veterinary checks were performed, Synchronised was re-entered. However, he fell at Becher's Brook and sadly broke two legs and had to be put down. McManus had his 50th Cheltenham festival winner when Buveur d'Air won the 2017 Champion Hurdle.

McManus has been known for donating multiple times. In July 2012, McManus donated over €1 million to the Daughters of Charity foundation. In 2020, he donated equipment to the University Hospital, Dooradoyle, during the 2019-20 Coronavirus pandemic.

In 2012, McManus won $17.4m gambling in the United States, of which $5.2m was retained as income tax by the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In 2016, The Irish Times reported that he was seeking a refund of the tax on the basis of the US double taxation treaty with Ireland; the IRS stated that McManus was a self-confessed tax exile out of Ireland and therefore - despite McManus's sworn affidavits to the contrary - not a legal resident of Ireland in 2012.

2010

McManus's horse Don't Push It, ridden by McCoy and trained by O'Neill, won the 2010 Grand National Steeplechase.

2008

McManus was diagnosed with cancer in late 2008 and after receiving treatment in the United States, he is said to have recovered well.

2006

In 2006, he built a €200 million residence next to Martinstown Stud. In 2013, he completed a €150 million home in Barbados.

1991

In 1991, an Irish company law inspector, solicitor John Glackin, was appointed by the Irish Government to investigate complicated dealings involving Dermot Desmond and the purchase and sale of the former Johnston Mooney and O’Brien site in Ballsbridge, Dublin, to Telecom Éireann. While Desmond represented himself as an intermediary in the sale, Glackin's report said Mr Desmond, businessman JP McManus and John Magnier were beneficiaries of the sale. Mr Desmond strenuously disputed Glackin's findings.

1990

According to the Glackin Report, Hoddle Investments (the vehicle through which the deal was handled) executed two contracts with Telecom Éireann for the sale of the Johnston Mooney & O'Brien site for an aggregate price of £9.4 million, on 7 May 1990. Glackin concluded that McManus had loaned £1.5 million to Chestvale to purchase the site from the liquidator in August 1989. McManus made the investment through an AIB account in Jersey in the name of J&N McMahon. Whether this account was to the benefit of John and Noreen McManus was not confirmed as AIB refused to break client confidentiality.

"I am satisfied, on a basis that I believe is reasonable, that Mr. McManus was promised by Mr. Desmond as his consideration for the advance a share of the profits and that this was either agreed in advance or during the period between 29th June 1990 when the money was received from Telecom, and 19th July 1990 when the request was made to Ansbacher for the first cash withdrawal of £100,000. I can find no evidence that any other person received any of the cash of £500,000 and find accordingly that it was received by Mr. McManus."

1982

McManus's first Cheltenham Festival winner was a horse called Mister Donovan in 1982.

1951

John Patrick "J. P." McManus (born 10 March 1951) is an Irish businessman and racehorse owner. His career lasted from the 1980s to the 2010s. He was one of the biggest shareholders of Manchester United.

McManus was born in Limerick, Ireland, in 10 March 1951. He began his career at a plant hire firm.