Monday February 17, 2020

Corporate Recovery & Restructuring: Recovery drive gathers new pace

Of the various fronts in the battle to rebuild Ireland's broken economy, by far the most focus in recent times has been on personal matters.

14th September, 2014
Barry Cahir, chairman of the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners (ISIP). Picture: Tony O'Shea

Of the various fronts in the battle to rebuild Ireland's broken economy, by far the most focus in recent times has been on personal matters. Changes to the personal insolvency regime were a long time in coming, and almost as soon as they arrived, anticipation seemed to turn to a quiet but palpable sense of frustration, as the mooted torrent of restructuring arrangements turned to something more closely resembling a trickle.

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