Local Enterprise Offices are celebrating Local Enterprise Week from Monday 4th to Friday 8th March. To find out what is happening in your area, www.localenterprise.ie/localenterpriseweek
A number of Brexit Supports are available from your Local Enterprise Office. The 31 Local Enterprise Offices are the "first-stop-shop" for any one seeking information and supports on starting or growing a small business in Ireland.
See our recent article in Business Plus Magazine
Our Banks are taking steps to reduce their Non-Performing Loans/Exposures, by working with their Borrowers directly, or in some cases selling these loans on to Investment funds.
Much has been written in the media recently about Non-Performing Loans, without explaining what this term actually means. This information note from the Credit Review Office is to help Borrowers to understand what a Non-Performing Loan/Exposure is, how this may affect you if your loans are classified by your Bank, and what to do next if you find your loans fall into this category.
A One Stop Shop for you Business in the Mid West Area.
Tuesday 25th September at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Ennis Road, Limerick. 8.15 to 1.30.
This unique event has been specifically designed to help small and start-up businesses understand and benefit from the services provided by many of our State offices and agencies.
John Trethowan from the Credit-Review-Office-provides-some-information-for-borrowers-whoes-loan-has-been-sold-on-to-another-lender-SMEs Also if you have been asked to repay the loan, what could have happened so far; and some actions to consider.
John Trethowan from the Credit Review Office provides some information for borrowers who have had their loan is sold to another lender.Also, if you are being asked to repay the loan, what could have happened so far; and some actions to consider.
John Trethowan from the Credit Review Office provides some information for farms, which are considering funding a Capital Project from "Own Funds" or Working Capital.
John Trethown from the Credit Review Office provides some information for SMEs, which are considering funding a Capital Project from "Own Funds" or Working Captial.
SME/Farm Banking has changed radically in recent years but there is little information on the customer experience of business borrowers who get credit from Irish banks, and how/if the new banking delivery models are meeting the needs of Irish SMEs.