Directors of Hairdressing Supplies Company Restricted For Five Years

A businessman and his mother have been restricted for five years from acting as directors of any company, unless it meets certain requirements, after the High Court found they failed to keep proper books and records for their liquidated hairdressing supplies and beauty treatments business, The Irish Times reported. Warren Logan was executive director of Hairspray Wholesalers Ltd, Fashion City, Ballymount, Dublin, while his mother Dolores MacKenzie was a non-executive director. The company was voluntarily wound up on May 1st, 2013 and a liquidator, Jim Luby, was appointed. Mr Luby later sought orders under the Companies Act from the High Court restricting Mr Logan and Ms McKenzie acting as directors or being involved in the formation or promotion of any company for five years, subject to conditions, because of their conduct of the firm’s affairs. Read more