Tuesday March 31, 2020

Dragon’s firm enters receivership

A jewellery wholesaler that numbers Dragons’ Den star Bobby Kerr among its directors has been put into receivership by Bank of Scotland (Ireland) over multimillion euro debts. Emarno was formed in 2007 by Tony Moroney and Pearse Curran.

28th May, 2011

A jewellery wholesaler that numbers Dragons’ Den star Bobby Kerr among its directors has been put into receivership by Bank of Scotland (Ireland) over multimillion euro debts. Emarno was formed in 2007 by Tony Moroney and Pearse Curran.

They bought the business from the Anthony Nicholas group, which also owns the Fields jewellery chain. Emarno wholesales jewellery in Ireland and Britain, including the sale and distribution of jewellery by designer Paul Costelloe.

Kerr joined the...

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