Corporate Recovery: Insolvency doesn't have to be the end

Insolvencies of Irish businesses have continued unabated this year, but there are measures that companies can take to keep trading, writes Dave Boland.

15th September, 2012
A quick glance at the statistics would show that, at least from a business perspective, it's not getting any easier for Irish companies.

Is insolvency the end or is it a new beginning? It is a natural human condition to believe that things will only get better, and a natural Irish condition to think that things can't get any worse.

But even a quick glance at the statistics would show that, at least from a business perspective, it's not getting any easier for Irish companies to operate in the current economic conditions.

And no matter how much the...

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