Corporate Turnaround Conference: Corporate vultures or economic saviours?

It might not have seemed possible even two years ago, but Ireland is once again being seen as a very attractive proposition by those international financial houses.

25th May, 2014
Michael McAteer, head of Grant Thornton Advisory, Grant Thornton.

It might not have seemed possible even two years ago, but Ireland is once again being seen as a very attractive proposition by those international financial houses who tend to be in a position to know.

A combination of availability, value and timing has meant that the beleaguered Irish loan books which had become such a bane for the economy are now the currency of macro economic activity.

According to Michael McAteer, head of Grant...

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