Corporate Recovery

At present, many business managers and owners face major challenges. For some, survival will require significant restructuring through a formal insolvency process.

At RBK, our experienced Corporate Recovery team provide a comprehensive range of insolvency and recovery services. We also guide other professional advisors on the options open to shareholders, directors, stakeholders and financial institutions.

We assist with the preparation of independent financial viability reviews, schemes of arrangement, crisis management and provide guidance on how to restructure troubled business entities.

Our services include:

RBK Corporate Recovery Helpline

The RBK Recovery Helpline is now open. Our advisors will deal with your call in a professional and confidential manner and arrange a call back to you from our Corporate…


Having acted for both debtors and creditors, RBK Corporate Recovery Partners are experienced in all aspects of examinership.

Scheme of Arrangement

A scheme of arrangement is a useful tool for limited companies encountering financial difficulty or which require restructuring of its capital, assets and/or liabilities.…


Liquidation is the most widely used formal procedure to wind up a limited company. RBK corporate recovery partners are experienced in all aspects of liquidation and act in…


RBK’s Corporate Recovery Partners act in receiverships across the property, construction retail and manufacturing sectors throughout Ireland

Team Members

Brendan O'Donoghue

Restructuring & Insolvency Partner

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David Gleeson


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