Man disqualified from directorships for 10 years

A Dublin businessman who took more than €200,000 from his company shortly before it collapsed has been disqualified from becoming a company director for ten years.

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Ian Kehoe

29th October, 2005

A Dublin businessman who took more than €200,000 from his company shortly before it collapsed has been disqualified from becoming a company director for ten years.

Robert Mulligan, from Leas Cross, Swords, Co Dublin, was disqualified by the High Court last week for his involvement in Airect, a sheet metal manufacturer that went bust last February with debts of almost €700,000.

The court heard that Mulligan set up a “phoenix operation'‘, a new company that...

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