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Minister of State Robert Troy said the system was designed to be cheaper and more streamlined than examinerships used by larger companies.

A new law creating a rescue process for financially threatened small companies will come into force shortly. Large numbers of smaller businesses are(...)

The plan would see legislative reforms introduced over the medium term. Photograph: iStock

The Government is to introduce new legislative reforms over the medium term to enhance the rights of employees facing collective redundancies followin(...)

Examinerships, which allow companies to seek court protection from creditors while an examiner puts together a rescue plan, only account for around 5%  of all insolvency cases in the Republic

New proposals to rescue small businesses in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis must focus on those with viable futures, a leading insolvency practitioner(...)

Government supports are likely hiding the true level of distress in hard-hit sectors like retail, said Deloitte. Photograph: iStock

Government Covid-19 supports could be concealing many businesses’ financial woes, one expert warned on Thursday, as figures showed company insolvencie(...)

The Bill is designed to address  practical issues facing businesses, says Robert Troy, Minister of State at the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

Businesses in the Republic are permitted to hold their agms online, while the period for examinership of a distressed company has been extended to 150(...)

The 2015 closure of Clerys led to 130 people employed directly by the store, and more than 300 others working for concession holders, losing their jobs

Former Clerys workers are “mystified” by the failure of an attempt to prosecute businesswoman Deirdre Foley and others on charges arising from the lan(...)