Gleeson’s creditors prioritised over Revenue, claims tax official

Revenue replaces liquidator of Gleeson firm called Cornland

12th March, 2017
Café en Seine in Dublin, a multi-storey bar and restaurant within the Mercantile hospitality empire and Frank Gleeson right

A senior officer in the Revenue Commissioners has said that he is concerned that creditors of a company owned by publican Frank Gleeson have been “treated in a preferable manner” to the tax authority.

Philip Moloney, a higher executive officer with the insolvency unit of the Revenue Commissioners, also questioned the amount Gleeson claimed to be owed by a company called Cornland Investments which he wholly owns.

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