Three decades on, will there finally be an examinership that works for smaller businesses?
The coalition hopes to push through a ‘summary rescue process’ to allow SMEs to restructure debt and other liabilities at a fraction of the cost to help reduce post-pandemic business failures
It’s more than 30 years since the Iraqi Republican Guard crossed the border into Kuwait in a move that ultimately led to the Gulf War, but also triggered something of an economic crisis in Ireland.
Within days of the invasion, Charlie Haughey, the then taoiseach, was forced to recall the Dáil from its summer recess for an emergency sitting to pass an important amendment to the existing Companies Act designed to keep one of...
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Former London-based investment banker to take over as DCC chair
Mark Breuer, who has served as vice chair of global M&A with JP Morgan, will take up his new role in July with the energy, services and healthcare group
EML Payments halts trade of shares after Central Bank of Ireland raises regulatory concerns
The Fintech halted the trade of its shares on the Australian stock exchange following ‘significant regulatory concerns’ being raised by the Central Bank of Ireland about Prepaid Financial Payments, EML Payment’s Irish subsidiary company