Business Barometer

18 Irish companies to hold a Meeting of Creditors in the next 11 days.

At the moment, 18 Irish companies are scheduled to hold a Meeting of Creditors (MOC) to appoint a liquidator in the run up to the end of August 2017 (21st - 31st).

According to their latest sets of filed accounts, these companies owe their trade creditors a combined total of just under E6m.

Seven of these companies (39%) are based in Dublin, with a further three in Galway and two apiece in Meath and Tipperary. The other affected counties are Cavan, Cork, Kerry and Roscommon.

A third of the affected companies operate within the professional services sector. The other affected industries are social & personal services and wholesale & retail (3 each), hospitality and manufacturing (2 each) and education and motor.

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  By Business Barometer.

Issue 336 (Week Ending 24/07/2017)

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