Business Barometer

26 Irish companies to begin liquidation process before July 2017.

At the moment, 26 Irish companies are scheduled to hold a Meeting of Creditors (MOC) to appoint a liquidator in the run up to the end of June 2017 (23rd - 30th).

According to their latest sets of filed accounts, these companies owe their trade creditors a combined total of approximately E10.7m.

Dublin and Cork are each home to five of the companies with a further four based in Galway. The other affected counties are Wexford (3), Kilkenny (2), Roscommon (2), Limerick, Meath, Tipperary and Waterford.

The wholesale & retail sector is the most affected industry and accounts for 27% of the meetings (7). The professional services sector is next with four MOCs and another three companies apiece in construction, hospitality, manufacturing and real estate. The other sectors affected are finance, IT, and motor.

To view details of any of these companies, or indeed, any of your clients, competitors or suppliers - simply login to your account today.

  By Business Barometer.

Issue 332 (Week Ending 29/06/2017)

Review Your Company's Credit Report Today - For Free!

Great credit management begins with knowing where your and your customers credit rating is today. Get started with a free Vision-net Credit Report on your company and two of your most important customers.

Get Started For Free >>

Is Your Organisation PEP ready?


The new 4th Directive on AML is effective this June 2017. Identify PEPs in your customer base faster and easier with our AML solution.

Read More »

Monitoring Alerts 101: Staying A Step Ahead


The Vision-net alerts service is one of the most comprehensive on the market. It takes the cost and time out of monitoring the companies that are important to your business.

Read More »

Company Start-Ups remain strong with a 19% increase this January


A review of the new Irish companies formed this January and the industry sector's they chose to set up in.

Read More »

The 2017 Annual Review


We are in acceleration mode and Ireland has taken its place as Europe's fastest growing economy. Many aspects of that recovery are demonstrated in our 2017 Annual Review.

Read More »