Investec Shelves Plans To Enter Irish Mortgage MarketKieran Ball
Ireland’s new insolvency legislations have not worked out as well as the state hoped. Just a fraction of the 15,000 expected to sign up for the arrangements have done so. Thousands say they simply can’t afford the costs. One Wicklow-based PIP (Personal Insolvency Practitioner), Eric Hendy, said fees for advisors could be as much as €20,000 depending on the complexity of the arrangement.
Insolvency could make you bankrupt
This could be the impetus behind the Minister . . .
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