Partner, Corporate Recovery - Crowe Ireland

Aiden Murphy  

Corporate Recovery
Aiden is a partner within the firm’s Corporate Recovery department and primarily deals with insolvency and business rescue cases. He has been involved in numerous Receivership, Liquidation and Examinership assignments. Aiden has experience of taking appointments over a wide cohort of businesses including retail, bar and restaurant, transport, motor, hotels, commercial and residential property and development sites.
Aiden has asset management and work-out solutions experience in terms of ongoing reviews and monitoring of company activities and projects. He has considerable experience in negotiation and review of agreements, selection of partners to advance projects and creating the right strategy to be implemented to optimise restructuring of the business and recovery of value from the available business assets.
Aiden has worked extensively on restructuring property transactions working with a range of Irish financial situations, where the cost/benefit of various scenarios are analysed taking the existing property status and valuation as the baseline.


  • Providing strategic advice to directors across many sectors who have concerns on business solvency and need identify strategies for their business 
  • Acting as examiner to effect a successful restructure
  • Acting as liquidator to optimise value of assets and dispose of divisions that were profitable
  • Independent business reviews of trading groups in hotel, restaurant, retail and property sectors
  • Receiver to industrial properties including cases where borrowers refused to peacefully give up vacant procession
  • Receiver of hotel properties overseeing trading while maximising the assets for disposal
  • Receiver to residential properties including dealing with existing tenant issues
  • Bank appointed asset manager for strategy and to deal with incomplete housing development
Crowe Ireland corporate finance partner Aiden Murphy
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Crowe Ireland corporate finance partner Aiden Murphy
An interview with Aiden Murphy