Northern Ireland: The winds of change
Avril McCammon looks at the current state of play in the insolvency market in Northern Ireland and the changes that are now the subject of consultation between the Government, the business community and the accountancy and legal professions
The insolvency marketplace in Northern Ireland is currently very quiet – at least as far as the taking of appointments by commercial insolvency practitioners are concerned. The reasons for this are many, but fundamentally the economy is still reasonably robust and accordingly, so far this year, the numbers of major incorporate insolvencies in Northern Ireland have been few and far between.
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