Sunday November 29, 2020

Regency owners to regain control of hotel

The examiner of the company behind the hotel has recommended a bid from its existing owners the McGettigan family

7th May, 2017

Irish hoteliers, the McGettigan family, look set to regain control of Dublin’s Regency Hotel when it is expected to emerge from a High Court examinership next week.

The examiner of the company behind the hotel, Neil Hughes of Baker Tilly Hughes, submitted a report to the High Court last Tuesday that recommended a bid to rescue the hotel from its existing owners the McGettigan family.

Ms Justice Marie Baker said she would take...

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