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Symantec shields financial affairs of Irish-based subsidiary

US security software giant Symantec has moved to shield the financial affairs of one of its key Irish-based subsidiaries by re-registering the firm as an unlimited liability company, writes Dick O’Brien.

7th March, 2009

According to company filings, Symantec International was moved to unlimited status in December. The Dublin based company acts as a parent firm for a number of Symantec’s international operations across Ireland, Britain, Belgium, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Singapore, Mauritius and China. It now also controls the trade and assets of the Dublin based operations of Veritas, which was acquired by Symantec in 2005.

According to its last accounts before the company moved to unlimited status, Symantec...

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