Baker Tilly appointed liquidators of healthcare business Tamaris
Two Baker Tilly partners have been appointed as joint liquidators of troubled healthcare business Tamaris.
Tracey Callaghan and Peter Souster will be charged with realising the assets of the company which was wound up in the High Court on 15 December as a result of a petition by its directors.
This followed on from the sale of the company’s healthcare and property subsidiaries.
Callaghan said: ‘Our main objective is to realise the assets of the core public company and to make a payment to its unsecured creditors. It will be part of our duties to investigate the historic trading of the business.’
She added that she hoped to make a ‘significant return’ to the company’s creditors, although it would be unlikely that any funds would be available for the ordinary shareholders, of which there are more than 12,000.