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We came across this drawing in the National Library titled “A narrow street in Galway, c.1840-1850”. The clue is in the handwriting at the top of the image, ‘Castle Bank’. In fact, it was a courtyard, not a street, looking at the back of Banks Castle off High Street. Our photograph (courtesy of the Chetham Library in Manchester), shows us much the same view about 25 years later. The property is now part of the King’s Head.
St Anthony's & Claddagh Credit Union and St Jarlath's Credit Union have announced the return of their joint education loan offering, the CU4Education loan.
Returns on deposit related products are at an all-time low with the average deposit rate being offered by various financial institutions hovering around 0.25%. Despite Deposit Interest Retention Tax (DIRT) of 41% being reduced to 39% from 1st January next, the return on your deposits are depressingly low.
The curious position that Mayo County Council has found itself in, having to deal with banks and developers in relation to the issue of bonds for essential works that have to be carried out on housing estates before they are taken in control by the council, cropped up at a meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District this week.
Fine Gael TD for Longford-Westmeath, Gabrielle McFadden, has said that An Post’s plans to offer banking services will be a major boost to rural areas.
Bank of Ireland was facing a backlash this week following proposals to restrict cash withdrawals and lodgements in its branches.
Back in my school days when everyone was thick and nobody had allergies, getting a job in The Bank was The Thing. It was as if being good at sums and living in a provincial town was the be all and end all. It was as if all your ills would be sorted if you could get a good job in The Bank and settle down. The Bank was the paragon of all that was respectable about small towns, like the one I hailed from.
Ulster Bank has announced today that it will pay a €1,500 contribution towards new mortgage customer’s legal fees. The payment, which will be made following mortgage drawdown, is available to customers who have a mortgage offer issued between March 13 and June 13.
Credit Unions must be allowed lend to SMEs if the current barriers to such businesses obtaining finance are to be overcome.
Linked Finance, Ireland’s leading peer to peer online lending company, announced a loan of €20,000 to The Adventure Islands, a business based in Westport. The business, which specialises in outdoor recreation in Westport, will now be able to offer a clay pigeon shooting range as part of its activities, resulting in more jobs for the local area.