Clontarf Energy’s new shareholder will be watching instability in Bolivia closely


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A curious name has popped up on the share register of the John Teeling-founded Clontarf Energy lately – that of M Warner, who earlier this month bought a 3.13 per cent stake in the company and just this week raised it up to 5.98 per cent. That gives him 430,000,000 shares in London-listed Clontarf, which are worth about £300,000 (€354,000) at the company’s current share price. M Warner appears to be a London-based retail trader called Matthew Warner, who Cantillon has been able to establish has an interest in lithium, a particular area of interest for Clontarf, notably in Bolivia....