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Bank of Ireland has announced details of a new Business Startup Package, providing a range of supports to help start and grow a successful business.
The landmark Bank of Ireland building at 43 Eyre Square has been sold for in excess of €10.5 million.
Bank of Ireland this week announced a programme of support for the development of Sports Clubs and Societies at NUI Galway. The significant investment from Bank of Ireland will help fund the development of the clubs and societies and help improve the overall quality of the student experience at the University.
Russell Brennan Keane and Bank of Ireland Business Banking came together last Wednesday to update senior executives in the Midlands business community on significant changes happening in the legal and banking landscape which will impact on all businesses.
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.
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.
Bank of Ireland is hosting a series of 100 credit clinics for small and micro businesses throughout the country.
The promissory note ‘deal’ announced by the government is no deal for Irish Citizens according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh. There will be no real benefit to ordinary citizens suffering under the weight of austerity and it will have no noticeably positive impact on the government’s budgetary position in 2012.
With the announcement that Ulster Bank are to axe hundreds of jobs in the country, jobs in local Ulster Bank branches which are dotted around the county could be under threat. Ulster Bank, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland, employs 6,000 staff throughout 236 branches, seven branches of which are located in Mayo — Ballina, Ballinrobe, Ballyhaunis, Belmullet, Castlebar, Claremorris, and Westport.