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An introduction to O’Donnellan & Joyce – it all started in 1982
O’Donnellan & Joyce started building its foundations more than 50 years ago when Colm O’Donnellan and Tony Joyce became friends. Little did they know they would celebrate more than 40 years in business.
Kenny Deery’s driving history is as varied and fast moving as his role as CEO of Galway Chamber. The champion of Galway business showed his real ambition with his first car, a maroon 95 G reg Ford Fiesta, a welcome sight on the roads of his native Achill Island.
Athlone Credit Union Ltd lends €13 million to local community in 2022
Athlone Credit Union Ltd has reported its 2022 year-end results which remain steady, despite the continued economic challenges.
O’Donnellan & Joyce saw a record number of valuation requests this year
The threat of rising interest rates and the effect that it has on one’s pocket at the end of the month has been a key driving force throughout 2022 when it comes to home owners and those thinking of buying requesting valuations from the O’Donnellan & Joyce valuations team.
Most people in legal and financial roles are happy in their work
A new survey by specialist recruiters, Engage People, shows that a majority of professionals appear to be happy at their work.
Budget 2023 must tackle cost of doing business for small businesses - SFA
The Small Firms Association (SFA) has launched a 'Small Business in Ireland: Cost of Doing Business' report, which examines the cost of doing business in 2022 for Ireland’s small business community, the report outlining the range and extent of costs associated with doing business in Ireland and provides insights on challenges faced by small employers.
Credit Unions are the most trusted financial institutions in the country
Credit Unions top the list of financial service providers in terms of consumer confidence, with over half of respondents (51%) to a new survey by Peopl Insurance reporting a high level of trust in the financial institution, compared to 39% of people who would place this same level of trust in An Post, and 18% who feel the same about traditional banks.
Athlone native is appointed to prominent CFO banking position
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.
Walsh confirms Kilmacud Crokes request but says he will finish career with his local club
Galway senior football star Shane Walsh has confirmed his request to join Dublin GAA Club Kilmacud Crokes.
Ulster Bank is reminding customers in Galway to choose and move and close
Ulster Bank is continuing to write to its current and deposit account customers on a phased, rolling basis, to give them six months’ notice to Choose a new provider, Move their balances and transactions and switch their account(s).