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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 Galway and the surrounding area plan for 2014 and beyond. The event took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway and is part of the Bank’s networking series, Ahead for Business.
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.
TV presenter and mother of two, Lucy Kennedy, has launched a new initiative for parents called ‘Ulster Bank MoneySense at Home’ – a free online platform, developed by Ulster Bank, which provides parents and families with financial guidance and learning tools.
The Ballyhaunis Family Resource Centre has been awarded €8,000 in funding as part of the Ulster Bank Community Impact Fund. Launched in February, in association with the Community Foundation for Ireland, voluntary and community organisations were invited to submit applications for funding.
The Ulster Bank is to close up to 40 branches in its latest round of cuts. However in a statement to the Mayo Advertiser a spokesperson for the bank has confirmed there are “no new job losses” as part of this announcement. Ulster Bank is implementing a programme, announced in 2012, to reduce staff numbers by 950 across the business. In a statement the bank said: “The remaining decrease in headcount should be met through natural attrition over the remaining course of the strategic plan. We continue to keep our costs under review.”
A Galway man who is accused of causing criminal damage to a number of banks in the city during the course of two days has been sent forward for trial.