Orla Kiely firm is granted more time to wind down
British administrators of Kiely Rowan are given a year’s extension after collapse of fashion business two years ago
The British administrators of Orla Kiely’s company have been granted an extension to its period of administration for a further year.
Kiely Rowan plc collapsed two years ago with debts of more than €8 million, with the Orla Kiely stores and its online operation shuttering abruptly following financial difficulties.
The British registered company had debts of £7.27 million with creditors including staff, Metro Bank, British Revenue Commissioners and trade suppliers.
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