PresenterNeil Hughes & Eoin Healy
The New SCARP Process – What You Need To Know
Speakers: Neil Hughes & Eoin Healy – Baker Tilly
The economic shock from the global pandemic accelerated the Irish government’s plans to introduce a new restructuring process for SMEs: the SCARP process. This new process has just gone live.
The serious economic impact now likely from the tragic events in Ukraine only re-enforces the importance of practitioners being familiar with how this new process will work, for any of their clients that will need it.
In this session Neil Hughes & Eoin Healy will cover the following:
- What is SCARP?
- Who is Eligible?
- SCARP vs Examinership
- “Tips and Traps”
- Pillars of Recovery
- Alternative Sources of Finance
CPD Course Speaker:
Neil Hughes – Baker Tilly
Neil Hughes, Managing Partner at Baker Tilly, has many years’ experience in advising Irish businesses, but specialises primarily in corporate recovery.
Neil has extensive experience of examinership matters and is one of the leading experts in Ireland’s formal rescue process. Neil has also lectured widely on the topic ‘restructuring’. He contributes regularly to the print and broadcast media on business matters.
Eoin Healy – Baker Tilly
Eoin is a Director in Baker Tilly with over 15 years’ experience, having worked across a range of high-profile domestic and international corporate advisory and restructuring assignments in Ireland and Australia.
Most recently being Associate Director with a Big 4 firm in Adelaide. He has a wealth of experience in SME advisory, Independent Business Reviews, informal and formal restructuring, spanning across a variety of industries.