Bankers beware: Insolvency Service has sharp teeth
Lorcan O’Connor, the director of the ISI, has showed that he is not shy about taking banks to task in front of Dáil committees
Almost as soon as it was established, the Insolvency Service of Ireland came in for criticism. The ISI, set up to help Ireland’s indebted masses make sense of the legacy of the boom, was working at a slow pace. It was established in March of 2013, but by the spring of the following year it had to admit that the number of agreements it was brokering between creditors and debtors was extremely low.
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EY reports €393m revenues in Republic of Ireland for 2021 financial year
Revenues in the Republic increased 9.5 per cent for the year up to June 2021 to €393 million, up from €359 million in the previous year