Irish payments service Plynk to appoint liquidator
Service secured €25m funding a year ago, the highest ever Series A for an Irish software firm
Charles Dowd, Plynk founder and chief executive
Irish payments service company Plynk is to appoint a liquidator, bringing to an end the company’s troubled business.
In a notice published in Saturday’s Irish Daily Mail, the company said it would be holding a meeting of its creditors on June 27th, where it would ask them to appoint Jim Stafford of Friel Stafford as liquidator of the company. The meeting is set to take place in the Harcourt Hotel, Dublin.