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Bank of Ireland has appointed Mark Glennon as agri development manager on its Business Banking Sectors team, where he will support the bank’s growth strategy across the midlands, west and northwest in the country’s largest indigenous industry.
Cyber security platform TitanHQ has revealed that you are more likely to be hacked on your birthday than on any other day of the year.
Ifac is advising Galway SMEs and start-up businesses to get their credit under control to ensure long-term survival
Athlone native, Nicola O’Brien, has been appointed to the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with Permanent TSB Group Holdings plc, the financial institution confirming the appointment this week following a competitive selection process.
As the first groups of customers to receive their notice letter/emails reach the halfway point in their notice period, Ulster Bank’s new campaign is reminding customers in Athlone and its immediate environs to consider their options sooner rather than later and take steps to open a new account/switch provider for their current and deposit accounts and to visit the branch in Mardyke Street for additional support, should they need it.
Athlone Credit Union and Castlerea and District Credit Union are proposing to unite the two financial institutions as one strong combined Athlone & Castlerea Credit Union.
Local Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has welcomed the announcement that AIB will not proceed with their decision to make many branches cashless and praised local communities for standing up for their services.
An archaeological find alluding to the possible remains of the town’s 17th century defence walls has been unearthed as Westmeath County Council and the Office of Public Works progress the Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme on The Strand at the River Shannon.
The Atlantic Technological University (ATU) is currently conducting research with six island communities off the west and northwest coast to measure the impact of tourism on the islands. Visitors to Islands have become increasingly popular since the pandemic and while it has led to some economic benefits for some, it has also added extra pressures on the islands resources.
Family Carers Ireland is calling on the Government to ensure those caring for loved ones with additional needs receive fair compensation for the care they provide and are not excluded from supports due to their means.