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The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) and Ulster Bank held the third in a series of six regional business seminars in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel last week titled ‘The Importance of the Midlands to the Irish Export Industry’.
Ulster Bank has announced that it is to host ‘Switching Saturdays’ to help new customers switch their accounts to Ulster Bank. The Ulster Bank current account has just a €4 monthly maintenance fee for customers with no day-to-day transaction fees. The new ‘Switching Saturdays’ service is part of Ulster Bank’s commitment to offer help for what matters to all customers, both new and existing.
A new mortgage-switching deal from Ulster Bank and One Big Switch is offering potential significant savings for homeowners.
Ulster Bank this week hosted a breakfast business event to help companies in Athlone and the surrounding area plan for 2014 and beyond. The event took place in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel and is part of the bank’s nationwide networking series - Ahead for Business.
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.
This week, business professionals and entrepreneurs from across Westmeath attended an event focused on international and cross-border training, providing knowledge and guidance on new opportunities for businesses who have reached full growth in their existing market.
Saturday opening has been a major success for Ulster Bank in Castlebar since the initiative began in September 2010. Castlebar is one of 45 Ulster Bank branches across Ireland where Saturday opening has been available since September last year.
Ulster Bank will host a free evening event in the Galway Museum, Galway, from 6.00pm to 8.00pm on Wednesday, 10th November 10 to help people who have recently set up or are considering starting up their own business.
There is concern for more than 100 jobs in Galway with the news that a major insurance firm is reviewing its operations in the region.
Two Mayo First Active branches, in Ballina and Castlebar, are to be closed following the announcement this week that First Active and Ulster Bank are to merge. It is expected that up to 12 staff from the two branches will be redeployed to work in local Ulster Bank branches. There are six Ulster Banks in Mayo; in Castlebar, Ballina, Westport, Ballinrobe, Claremorris, and Ballyhaunis, but staff won’t know where they will be reassigned until a voluntary redundancy scheme has been completed.