Michael McAteer, the 50-year-old managing partner of Grant Thornton Ireland, the world’s seventh-largest professional consultancy firm, is here to talk about his firm’s expansion in Cork, but there is little he won’t offer a thoughtful opinion on.
Fri, 25 Oct, 2019
It is understood that the distinctive office block at No 1 South Mall, Cork, has now gone sale agreed with agent, Lisney. This unique building in the heart of Cork’s business district was offered for sale in March of this year on behalf of receiver Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton.
Thu, 30 Jun, 2016
Senior staff at Petroceltic International are expected to voice concerns about the alleged writing-down of their employment rights, in opposing a survival scheme for the company due to be put before the High Court for approval next week.
Sat, 11 Jun, 2016
An aircraft maintenance firm employing 235 workers at Shannon is unable to meet its debts because of the economic difficulties currently being experienced in Russia and by its Russian parent company, the High Court was told yesterday.
Tue, 06 Jan, 2015
Cork developer Michael O’Flynn has upped the ante in his battle to retain control of his building empire by revealing he can immediately repay the €16.7m in personal loans as demanded by the company who took over his Nama loans — and also the remaining €8.2m he owes in personal loans.
Wed, 13 Aug, 2014
A survival scheme for seven key companies in construction giant SIAC employing about 200 people has been approved by the High Court. The scheme, subject to some final modifications being approved later this week, will become effective from Monday next.
Thu, 13 Feb, 2014
It is expected that two to three hundred candidates will have entered into personal insolvency arrangements (PIA) by October, according to Michael McAteer, a partner at the consultancy firm, Grant Thornton, and a newly registered personal insolvency practitioner (PIP).
Fri, 09 Aug, 2013
A High Court judge has approved a complex settlement of an action brought by Nama and others against Treasury Holdings’ co-founders Richard Barrett and John Ronan over a controversial €20m transaction involving the alleged transfer of shares out of the group at a significant undervalue.
Thu, 01 Aug, 2013
Treasury Holdings’ co-founder Richard Barrett will get €5m cash “with no strings attached” under a proposed settlement of a legal action brought against him and co-founder John Ronan over a controversial €20m transaction, a High Court judge has noted.
Sat, 27 Jul, 2013