Finding the right route to getting business back on track
As the business world emerges out of the pandemic, a lot of companies affected by repeated lockdowns and lengthy closures will be looking at restructuring, consolidation and mergers and acquisitions
Industry across every sector has been affected by recent global events and while businesses have begun to open up again and things are getting back to normal, there has been a lot of upheaval and many companies will be seeking advice from experts on how to get their business back on track and looking towards the future.
Mark Woodcock, chairperson of Restructuring and Insolvency Ireland (RII), formerly the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners, says many...
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