Examiner appointed to McGettigan family firm
Creditors include the Revenue Commissioners, Musgraves and vulture fund Carval Investors
An examiner has been appointed to a company controlled by hospitality magnates the McGettigan family.
The company petitioned the High Court last week for the appointment of Neil Hughes of Baker Hughes Tilly Glennon over McGettigan Limited.
Creditors of the firm include the Revenue Commissioners, grocery heavyweight Musgrave and vulture fund Carval Investors, according to documents lodged in the High Court. However, Carval is not thought to be the lead creditor to the company.
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