Halliwells administrators report reveals extent of financial fallout
Total costs incurred by the administration of Halliwells have reached £1.13m, according to figures contained within the first joint administrators' report. The report, drawn up by BDO partners and joint administrators Dermot Power and Shay Bannon, shows that fees of £524,354 have been charged by the administrators, of which just £30,000 has so far been received. A further total of £606,082 relates to expenses incurred by the administrators, including £585,682 spent on legal fees for CMS Cameron McKenna and counsel fees of £19,043.
Total costs incurred by the administration of Halliwells have reached £1.13m, according to figures contained within the first joint administrators’ report.
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