A personal micro-credit scheme is proposed by the Dept of Social Protection whereby people who might otherwise have to go to moneylenders will be able to access small loans quickly and with just minor credit checks. A pilot scheme could be in place by September making loans of up to €1000 available through post offices […]
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“A procedure unique to Ireland, examinership is a rescue process designed to help any struggling business recover from insolvency.
Available since 1990, examinership involves the appointment of an accountant as “Examiner” by a Judge in the Circuit Court (or High Court for large companies) to shepherd the company through a breathing-space restructuring period of up to 100 days. The process was responsible for maintaining over 2,500 jobs in Ireland last year.”
Neil Hughes, Examiner, Managing Partner, Hughes Blake Chartered Accountants
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Neil Hughes Examiner and Managing Partner at Hughes Blake is interviewed by Sandra O’Connell of the Sunday Times last week. To see the interview click on the image below
Business and Leadership discuss the Hughes Blake SME examinership index Q2 stating over 700 jobs have been saved to date through SME examinerships in 2015. Read more hear Source: Business and Leadership
The Irish Examiner talks with Neil Hughes, Managing Partner about the latest Hughes Blake SME Examinership Index for Q2 this morning in their Business section. Here they discuss the new legislation introduced by the Circuit Court for SME’s and the recent Clery’s controversy. Click through to read the full article on Irish Examiner here
New Data Shows Legacy Debts Still Weighing on SMEs despite Wider Recovery Galway and Dublin Circuit Courts Play a Role in Saving Firms through Examinership Companies Availing of Process Include Prominent Players in Engineering and Restaurant Industries Neil Hughes Examiner at Hughes Blake Anticipates the Government’s New Early Warning System on Job Losses New data […]
On the 1st June the Companies Act 2014 (“the Act”) commenced. The Act consolidates 17 Acts since 1963, 15 statutory instruments and other obligations under common law. There have been some relevant changes to Insolvency with the new Companies Act and below we go through some of the main changes to note. A Scheme of […]