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As the Central Bank’s retail interest rates reveal a continuing gap, 1.46 percent for June, between Irish and euro area mortgage holders, with Irish consumers paying this excess (2.79 percent Irish versus 1.33 percent euro area average), the writing may be on the wall for this high level of divergence, given the entry of more competition into the Irish market, Brokers Ireland has said.
The Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation, and Science Simon Harris and Minister of State for Further Education and Skills Niall Collins have announced the launch of the consultation process to help develop a new action plan for apprenticeship.
Commenting on the most recent Residential Mortgage Arrears and Repossessions from the Central Bank for Q1 2020, Brokers Ireland said while it is positive that long-term arrears are showing signs of improvement they are not what they should be and there is strong evidence of ‘extend and pretend’ particularly in relation to longer term arrears.
Livingbridge, one of the UK’s leading mid-market private equity investors has announced its investment in Galway-based TitanHQ, a fast-growing, global, cloud security vendor.
Athlone natives, Ray and Kathryn Murphy, both now resident in Boston, with their children Kaylah, Sarah and Rian, spoke to the Athlone Advertiser this week, noting the impact of COVID-19 on their daily lives as the global pandemic remains a continuous health concern on a global scale.
Independent general election candidate, Gerry Loftus, has reacted angrily to reports of the sale of cash machines and more post office closures.
Athlone Credit Union Ltd. was delighted to host a delegation from the Kenyan Credit Union movement in recent times.
Marketing and advertising are key areas for the majority of businesses all over the world, however, those businesses that are advertising products or services that are regulated face additional challenges. These products and services include those in industries such as gambling, medicinal products, financial services and food products.
With the unemployment rate in Ireland currently sitting at five per cent, down 10 per cent from 2011, competition to attract and retain employees is at an all-time high.
Hennelly Finance will celebrate its new Bearna premises with an Open Day on 31 January between 1pm and 4pm.