Corporate Insolvency & Turnaround

At Quintas we have established an experienced corporate insolvency and turnaround team who assist companies who have encountered financial difficulty.

Services the Quintas corporate insolvency team provide include:

  • Informal workouts – debt restructuring;
  • Schemes of arrangement;
  • Examinerships;
  • Receiverships;
  • Creditors Voluntary Liquidations;
  • Court Liquidations;
  • Members Voluntary Liquidations;
  • Small Company Administrative Rescue Process (“SCARP”);
  • Specialist assistance to establish Phased Payment Arrangements (“PPA”) with Revenue as regards structuring of Warehoused and legacy tax debts;
  • Business review and solvency analysis to support turnaround or borrowing applications;
  • Advisory and turnaround implementation.

The primary goal of the corporate insolvency team is to work with companies to save their businesses, and where this is not possible achieve the best possible outcome for all stakeholders.

In light of government supports established during the COVID-19 pandemic coming to an end throughout 2022, Revenue communicating its intention to resume regular collection and enforcement activity and the damage to many companies bottom lines resulting from increased costs driven by inflation we believe more than ever that there are many companies who could benefit from our expert advice.

It is our experience that the key to successfully turning around a company is early intervention. Taking a proactive approach and acknowledging financial difficulty early is challenging but it is something that can truly save a company.

If you suspect your company is experiencing financial difficulty, we would welcome your enquiry with our insolvency team. Get in touch with us today to arrange a confidential and free consultation to discuss your company and how we may be able to help.

Mark Ryan
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Mark Ryan

Banking & Insolvency Partner

Mark Ryan


Mark has worked in practice since 1998 and he has experience in all aspects of an accountancy firm. Mark is responsible for providing debt resolution, personal insolvency and bankruptcy services. He also provides business advisory services to a wide variety of clients in different business sectors.

Sector Experience

Mark has extensive experience in financial planning, restructuring and business advisory services.

Mark was one of the 1st Personal Insolvency Practitioners (PIPs) authorised by the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) in August 2013. He has assisted hundreds of people resolve their debts and make a fresh start with their lives.

A PIP is a professional financial advisor who is regulated by the ISI to represent individuals in debt in applying for a DSA or PIA and to administer the agreement once it has been accepted and approved. This is a relatively new area of Law which was only introduced into Ireland in 2012.

Qualifications & Previous Roles

Mark completed his qualifications with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in December 1999 and he is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA)

Mark completed his Personal Insolvency Practitioner (PIP) Certificate Examination in June 2013

Expertise Covers

Personal Insolvency & Bankruptcy, Debt Resolution, Financial Planning, Advisory, Restructuring.

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