Saturday November 28, 2020

Security company Senaca seeking protection from its creditors

Directors and shareholders of the company include Jim and Grainne Farrell, Martin O’Brien and John Gillespie

27th November, 2016

Senaca, one of the largest security firms in the country, has sought bankruptcy protection from its creditors in an effort to rescue the business from insolvency.

Business Mobile Security Services, the holding company behind Senaca, petitioned the High Court in recent days for the appointment of an examiner.

A full hearing will be heard next month. The company has extensive contracts and provided site security for the controversial Corrib gas terminal in Mayo.

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