Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Questions (184)

Joan Collins


184. Deputy Joan Collins asked the Minister for Finance his views on the breakdown of all moneys spent on consultant reports and consultants by the special liquidator of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation since 6 February 2013; and if he will provide the names of the consultants. [15280/14]

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Written answers (Question to Finance)

I have been advised that the Special Liquidators will comply with their reporting obligations and as such the liquidation accounts will be filed with the Companies Registration Office after two years of the liquidation and yearly thereafter. These accounts will detail the fees payable to all consultants employed by the Special Liquidators during the liquidation, including KPMG, arising from its work as Special Liquidators of IBRC. Some of the key professional service providers that have been used by the Special Liquidators to date include, KPMG, A&L Goodbody, Arthur Cox, PwC, UBS, Savills and Linklaters.