Monday January 27, 2020

Corporate Recovery: Green shoots for some, but a long way to go

New measures such as the personal insolvency legislation have made things a little bit easier for everyone, writes Dave Boland.

7th September, 2013
Jim Stafford, partner in Friel Stafford.

Is Ireland ready to unshackle itself from the insolvency epidemic that has blighted the country since the financial crisis first raised its unforgiving head? Certainly, the panic that overtook the economy in the last years of the last decade has been replaced by a grim acceptance that tough measures need to be put in place. This has been coupled with the implementation of certain mechanisms that offer at least a little clarity about the way...

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