An examiner has been appointed to a company controlled by Cork property developer John Fleming which owes ACC and Anglo Irish Bank €290m. The company, Tivway, which owns an office building in Sandyford Industrial Estate in Dublin, is part of the Fleming Group which employs 650 people. The court heard that if Tivway did not have an examiner appointed and Anglo Irish bank called in its €268m loan, then the entire Fleming group could be in trouble. Mr Justice Brian McGovern acceded to the company's request and appointed an examiner which means the company will have the courts protection pending the outcome of a plan to save it.