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A former ACC bank official and an accountant charged with several counts of theft and fraud offences have both been sent forward for trial.
Establishing a new stand-alone bank for farmers is the only solution to the closure of the ACC Bank and the increasing dominance of AIB and Bank of Ireland in the State’s banking sector.
Two men, one a former ACC Bank official and the other an accountant, appeared at Galway District Court this week charged with several counts of fraud which are alleged to have been committed to meet loan approval quotas.
ACC Bank has claimed two Co Galway men who consented earlier this year to €3.2 million judgment orders in favour of the bank against them over unpaid property and development loans have sought to defraud the bank by transferring their interest in properties to their wives.
Irish musician Jim Corr and business partner Liam Marks are embroiled in a High Court dispute concerning 91 acres of land in Kilkenny.
A Galway property developer who has unsuccessfully tried to sell properties for more than two years so as to meet loan repayments is in the same situation as many people coming daily before the Commercial Court, a judge remarked yesterday (Wednesday)
Judge John Neilan has said he would rather lie in the gutter with pigs than speak to the chief executives of Irish banks.
The closing date for the 13th Annual Kilkenny Business Awards has now passed and the judging of finalists is now underway.
ACC Bank, owned by Rabobank Group, is to cut 200 Irish jobs and close 16 branches, it said this week.
The number of workers signing on in Mayo is set to increase yet again with the decision by ACC Bank to close 16 of its branches nationwide including its branches in Castlebar and Ballina. The 24 expected job losses will soon be adding to the unemployment figures in the county.