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Manufacturer C&F resolves legal row with Bank of Ireland and Revenue

The tax authority and the bank initiated High Court actions against the Galway company in recent weeks

13th March, 2016
John Flaherty, the entrepreneur who established and owns C&F Tooling

C&F Tooling, one of the state’s largest indigenous manufacturers, said it had resolved legal actions taken against it by Bank of Ireland and the Irish tax authority.

The tax authority and the bank initiated High Court actions against the Galway company in recent weeks.

Bank of Ireland took a case for summary judgement against C&F Tooling and its subsidiary C&F Green Energy, while Revenue initiated a case solely against C&F Green...

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