Deloitte has acquired restructuring specialist Kavanagh Fennell for an undisclosed sum. Photo: Bloomberg

Deloitte has acquired restructuring specialist Kavanagh Fennell for an undisclosed sum. The deal sees Kavanagh Fennell’s 53 employees join Deloitte’s (...)

Fashion chain A|Wear  entered interim examinership this week in an attempt to get the costs of its upward-only leases written down. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Government has given the green light for fast-track legislation to facilitate low-cost Circuit Court examinerships for small businesses.The move c(...)

Insolvency specialists Kavanagh Fennell said yesterday that 920 companies failed during the first eight months of this year, 21 per cent fewer than the 1,170  over the same period in 2012.

More than 20 per cent fewer companies went to the wall in the first eight months of the year than during the same period in 2012, according to the lat(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: said he was satisfied to appoint as official liquidator Tom Kavanagh, of Kavanagh Fennell, the nominee of Webprint Concepts Ltd, owed some €2.3m by TCP, which has sued TCP and others over the loss of its printing contract for TCH titles.

The High Court has made orders winding up Thomas Crosbie Printers Ltd but refused to accept the company’s nominee as official liquidator and has appoi(...)

Corporate insolvency and restructuring specialists Kavanagh Fennell said yesterday that 116 companies had gone out of business in May, a 25 per cent fall on the 155 that folded during the same month last year.

The number of companies going to the wall is likely to fall over coming months, according to one practitioner, who yesterday predicted that personal i(...)

A total of 151 construction businesses have entered the insolvency process since January this year.  Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

A total of 116 Irish companies collapsed in May, a 25 per cent fall compared with the same month last year. A total of 609 corporate insolvencies were(...)

Rockbrook, Sandyford: €9m for 63 apartments

Four Dublin apartment developments funded by Bank of Scotland (Ireland) during the property bubble are now to be sold at substantial discounts (...)