Search Results for 'banking'
38 results found.
'Yes' - Peter Butler
Mayo County Councillor Patsy O'Brien has called on Bank of Ireland to re-open their branch in Ballinrobe.
Why do all the work yourself, when Sherry FitzGerald has a local Galway expert on hand to help?
The pain and uncertainty of the impact of the Coronavirus on small business owners is staggering and likely to be substantial. For small business owners the situation is an unmitigated disaster. In fact, it couldn’t be worse. No currency crisis, Gulf war, oil shortage, terrorist attack or banking collapse would come close to the impact this virus is having on our economy - but in particular on our SME sector. And, to think we spent three years preparing for the “enormous, incalculable impact” that would result from Britain’s exit from the EU — a breeze compared to this business wipe-out tsunami.
Banks must freeze payments and interest on all student loans for a three-month period, similar to the measures introduced by the retail banks for mortgages and business loans.
For a bank that was bailed out by the public to now charge fees on customers made unemployed by the coronavirus pandemic is nothing short of "a disgrace" and those customers must be refunded immediately.
Bank of Ireland, acknowledging the challenges which COVID-19 presents, is working to serve customers impacted by coronavirus, while also supporting its colleagues in all parts of the business.
The Government has today announced a National Covid-19 Income Support Scheme to provide financial support to Irish workers and companies affected by the crisis.
A suite of supports will be made available to businesses in Westmeath impacted by COVID-19, Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, has confirmed.