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New holding company at McGinley Group Limited.

January 2010 has seen the creation of a new holding company to consolidate the group investments within McGinley Support Services Limited, JSB McGinley Systems Limited and McGinley Infrastructure Services Limited. These highly established and successful recruitment support services businesses have reorganised and announced the launch of their new holding company, titled McGinley Group Limited.

The primary purpose of the reorganisation and creation of the new holding company has been to develop a more efficient corporate structure where all existing brands and companies will become acting subsidiaries and to create a vehicle through which future investments in the recruitment industry can be undertaken.

This development has been actioned in order to consolidate our group activities and to ensure the group is in line with the five year group business plan. Seamus McGinley has been appointed as Chairman and Dermot McGinley as Group Managing Director.

The responsibilities in the main operating group companies remain exactly the same with Eugene Meehan as Managing Director of McGinley Support Services Limited and McGinley Infrastructure Services Limited and Chris Mariner as Managing Director of JSB McGinley Systems Limited.

Following the launch of the new investment company, McGinley Group Limited through the operating subsidiary Resourcing Services (UK) Limited, has recently backed the purchase of SSC and IHS to strengthen our presence in the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical markets.
Over the last few years the recession brought many serious challenges to our business, however, we have been successful in managing our way through these difficult times. The New Year will bring its own challenges we envisage the formation of the new group will assist us in consolidating our groups existing business and achieving the growth associated with both our organic and acquisition plans. Said Seamus McGinley, Chairman.


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