Category: News

28 Sep 2022

Ensuring viable SMEs get access to bank credit

MAKING A SUCCESSFUL CREDIT APPLICATION POST COVID. To improve your chances of making a successful credit application, you need to present your case well to your bank, so that...

30 Aug 2022

SUCCESSFUL CREDIT APPLICATIONS

SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS FOR CREDIT CAN DEPEND ON A GOOD CREDIT HISTORY, advises Catherine Collins, Head of Credit Review, which provides an independent review process for SME's...

3 Aug 2022

HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR BUSINESS LOAN?

ARE YOU AWARE OF WHAT NON-PERFORMING MEANS, OR THAT YOUR BUSINESS LOAN(S) COULD BE AFFECTED? After the economic shock of Covid, many businesses are facing a difficult period...

7 Jul 2022

Giving Small Firms Credit Tips

As business returns to normal trading post Covid, challenges remain to ensure SMEs are accessing the proper funding to expand.  Some tips for potential borrowers are set out...

24 Jun 2022

Finance for SMEs

Accessing Finance for SMEs Credit Review ensures that viable small and medium-sized enterprises have access to finance in order to grow and develop. At Credit Review, we...

16 Jun 2022

Credit where it’s due

Credit Review outlines the current challenges for Irish businesses seeking bank credit – and provides a helpline and appeals process for those facing such challenges. Credit...

7 Jun 2022

New Credit Review Panel Sought – An Invitation to Tender

Credit Review is seeking Reviewers to carry out appeals/reviews from SME and farm applicants refused credit amounts of up to €3m. An Invitation to Tender for Credit Review...

1 Feb 2021

Credit Review has been awarded Best Government Body for Business 2020 InBUSINESS Recognition Awards

We are delighted to received the @InBUSINESS  Best Government Body for Business award today acknowledging our ongoing work with small business to access they credit they need. A...

6 Oct 2020

If Payment Breaks are Over – What Happens Next for Irish SMEs?

In mid-September, according to the Central Bank 23.8% of all SME borrowers across all main Banks had availed of payment breaks during the Covid-19 crisis. Applications for payment...

17 Apr 2020

Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) Urge Businesses to avoid payment delays to wages and salaries due to upcoming European May Day holiday on Friday May 1st

Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) is today advising businesses that due to the upcoming European May Day holiday on May 1st, payment requests for wages and salaries...

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