Business Barometer

10 Irish companies to hold a Meeting of Creditors to appoint a liquidator before month end.

At the moment, 10 Irish companies are scheduled to hold a Meeting of Creditors (MOC) to appoint a liquidator before the end of October (20th - 31st).

According to their latest sets of filed accounts, these companies owe their trade creditors a combined total of just over E7.2m.

Three of these companies are based in Dublin, with a further two each in Cork and Wicklow. The other affected counties are Cavan, Kerry and Louth.

The professional services sector is worst affected with four of the companies operating there with a further three in construction. The other affected industries are real estate, social & personal services and wholesale & retail.

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 346 (Week Ending 23/10/2017)

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