McDonagh-backed tech firm in examinership

A Dublin technology firm backed by Pat McDonagh, the multi-millionaire founder of Riverdeep, has been placed into interim examinership with debts of €2 million.

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Ian Kehoe

18th February, 2006

A Dublin technology firm backed by Pat McDonagh, the multi-millionaire founder of Riverdeep, has been placed into interim examinership with debts of €2 million.

Bromley Communications, which develops technology solutions for the hospitality sector, petitioned the High Court last week to grant it a period of protection from its creditors.

Accountant Jim Hamilton of BDO Xavier Simpson was appointed interim examiner.

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