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Joint liquidators appointed to Treasury Holdings

The appointment of joint liquidators also includes 16 subsidiary companies.

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THE HIGH COURT has today appointed joint liquidators to take control of the assets of Treasury Holdings with immediate effect.

Sixteen subsidiary companies were also included in the ruling, made by Mr Justice McGovern.

The joint liquidators have been named as Michael McAteer and Paul McCann of Grant Thornton.

Previous receivers which had already been appointed to manage certain assets will remain in situ.

The newly appointed-liquidators will deal with the remaining assets and creditors.

Read: High Court rejects Treasury challenge against NAMA over receivers >

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