Northern Ireland

Gino and NV: 150 jobs lost as NI clothing chain shuts

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Image caption Gino and NV specialised in casual fashion for teenagers and young adults

Gino and NV, the Northern Ireland chain of clothing retailers, has shut down with the loss of about 150 jobs.

Gino and NV had more than a dozen branches with a presence in most of Northern Ireland's large towns.

The shops closed last week when a liquidator was appointed to the Nath Bros Partnership, which operated the business.

Nath Bros Partnership has a registered office at the Mahon industrial estate in Portadown, County Armagh.

Gino and NV specialised in casual fashion for teenagers and young adults.

In 2010, it took over some of the shop units that were vacated by the downsizing of the Clockwork Orange chain.

Seamas Keating of FPM Chartered Accountants is acting as liquidator.