Was price right for advice?
The near two-year restructuring of the Quinn Group cost a hefty €54m in advisers' fees as bankers, lawyers and accountants were among those who shared in the spoils.
Anglo Irish Bank took a minority stake in the company amid a €2.9bn debt owed to it by businessman Sean Quinn and his family.
The €54m pales in comparison to the huge debt, but it again calls into question the level of money paid out in professional fees.
The new holding company – Quinn Group Holdco Ltd – has said that the long restructuring process reduced the group's debt by €913m, resulting in net debt at the end of last year of €469m.
Chief executive Paul O'Brien said the group now has a sustainable level of debt. So, the question is, was the restructuring process value for money?