A new sheriff in town
William Day explains the role of the new director of corporate enforcement in Ireland as insolvency activity is on the rise
There is a new sheriff in town and his name is Paul Appleby. Appleby has been appointed as director of corporate enforcement pursuant to the provisions of the Company Law Enforcement Act 2001. The role of the director is primarily supervisory and relates to liquidators and receivers. As a subsidiary role, the director is charged with encouraging compliance with the companies acts.
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