When it is put to Golden Discs’ managing director Stephen Fitzgerald that is seems counter-intuitive that his business is making money and opening new stores at the tail-end of 2016, he laughs and replies: “It does, you’re not the first person to say that.” Read the full story here…
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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.
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The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to west of Ireland car dealership Kenny Galway, effectively replacing a receiver appointed by a fund to the firm earlier this week. Read the full article here.
The Examinership mechanism for rescuing companies has “saved” 159 jobs in the second quarter, according to the latest figures released from Hughes Blake. Read the full article in The Irish Times.
Small firms advised to apply for court protection. Read the full story in the Irish Times
Design agency directors Dan Byrne and Daniel Noel Coughlan get court protection from its creditors while a financial rescue plan is sought. Read the full article in the Irish times http://www.irishtimes.com/business/media-and-marketing/huguenot-xmi-granted-request-for-examinership-1.2544536
In the today’s Irish Examiner, Neil Hughes Examiner and Managing Partner at Hughes Blake discusses how despite the increase in consumer sentiment, retailers across the country are continuing to turn to examinership to address legacy issues such as unsustainable leases and high debt. Read the full article by clicking on the image below