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A number of Galway-based companies will be showcasing their businesses at Bank of Ireland branches across the county as part of National Enterprise Week, which takes place fromMay 17 to 24.
The return to function of a number of Mullingar landmarks continues apace with the news this week that the former Bank of Ireland opposite the Market Square is to re-open as a shop and bistro.
The 83,000 people who are members of 11 credit unions in Co Mayo with savings of more than €363 million should insist that their public representatives oppose the policy of the Government, the Central Bank, and regulators who are requiring credit unions to give banks preferential access to creditors.
Cathaoirleach of Westport Town Council, Councillor Ollie Gannon, said that the bank garden in Westport—an 18th century walled garden located behind the former Bank of Ireland building on the Mall—should be bought by the council as it would be a “huge attraction to the local, domestic, and international market” and would be a “shining legacy”.
DTZ Sherry FitzGerald has recently been appointed on the sale of an excellent investment opportunity located in Galway’s premier office building. Unit 8 Dockgate, located on the third floor of the prestigious Dockgate building overlooking Galway Harbour, is a 279.26sq m (3,006sq ft) self-contained office unit finished to a high standard throughout.
Students from Moate Community School and Convent of Mercy, Roscommon have been praised for their film entries in The Gathering Short Film Competition.
Students from Mount St Michael, St Gerald’s College, and Gaelcholaiste Chomain took part in the north west regional final of The Gathering Ireland short film competition for transition year students, supported by Bank of Ireland.
Danske Bank has appointed Ballina native Sean MacHale as head of its financial institutions group, UK and Ireland. He will be responsible for managing clients engaged in regulated activities, such as banks, insurers, asset managers, investment firms or pension funds.
The decline in property prices in recent years has seen many people contemplating entering the market for the first time. What are the factors to consider in arriving at a decision to buy?
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold its first property auction of the year on Friday March 15 in the new venue of the Harbour Hotel on the docks, commencing at 3pm.