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Farming Life
Enniskillen Campus celebrates successful yearDiploma in Agriculture programmes: Level 2, Andrew Robinson, Dale Watters; Leve
Enniskillen Campus celebrates successful year
Farming Life / Posted 12 hours ago
Diploma in Agriculture programmes: Level 2, Andrew Robinson, Dale Watters; Level 3, Ian Mulligan, Matthew Watson Ulster Bank Cup: Awarded to the top student on the Level 2 Work-based Diploma in Agriculture programme: Andrew... Read more
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Farming Life
Loughry Campus Awardsof Dairy Technology (NI Branch) in recognition of a dairy-related subject, plac
Loughry Campus Awards
Farming Life / Posted yesterday
of Dairy Technology (NI Branch) in recognition of a dairy-related subject, placement or project: Alexandra McAlister Ulster Bank Cup and Prize Awarded to the student achieving the best performance in Food Business Financial Management: Trudy... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish 10-year bond rate falls to below 0.60% for first timelikely need to provide more monetary stimulus to mitigate the fallout from Brex
Irish 10-year bond rate falls to below 0.60% for first time
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
likely need to provide more monetary stimulus to mitigate the fallout from Brexit,” said Simon Barry, an economist with Ulster Bank in Dublin. Dutch bank ING said in a note to clients that the markets believe that the ECB could extend its... Read more
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Farming Life
Co Armagh beef and sheep stock judging heats resultsthank the judges for their time and expertise and thank Markethill Mart for hos
Co Armagh beef and sheep stock judging heats results
Farming Life / Posted yesterday
thank the judges for their time and expertise and thank Markethill Mart for hosting this event. Thanks also go to sponsor Ulster Bank and the representative from Ulster Bank, Michael Stewart, who attended on the night. The top four competitors... Read more
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Farming Life
Entries open for annual showMenswear, Crumlin Insurance Partnership, W J Ervine Bitmac Contractors, Maizete
Entries open for annual show
Farming Life / Posted 2 days ago
Menswear, Crumlin Insurance Partnership, W J Ervine Bitmac Contractors, Maizetech, Randox, Laurel View Farm, James Porter, Ulster Bank, Glenfield Renewables and Jacksons Butchers, Ballynure. The British Blonde Cattle Section sponsored by George... Read more
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The Irish Times
Belfast Briefing: Brexit puts tax vow in doubtof Northern Ireland’s total exports go within the EU. It is a crucial market a
Belfast Briefing: Brexit puts tax vow in doubt
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
of Northern Ireland’s total exports go within the EU. It is a crucial market and Richard Ramsey, chief economist NI at Ulster Bank, says local exporters are extremely concerned about what new trading arrangements could emerge in the long... Read more
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Limerick Post
Old Crescent RFC launch Pig 'n' Porter 2016is firmly rooted in Old Crescent folklore, with the added celebration this year
Old Crescent RFC launch Pig 'n' Porter 2016
Limerick Post / Posted 3 days ago
is firmly rooted in Old Crescent folklore, with the added celebration this year of Old Crescent finishing top of the Ulster Bank League Division 2C! The Pig ‘n’ Porter Festival will showcase the proud sporting tradition of Limerick to a wide... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brexit fallout: RBS and Barclays shares suspended from trading as Northern Ireland company prices fall2015. Pic AFP PHOTO / Daniel Leal-OlivasDANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images Tr
Brexit fallout: RBS and Barclays shares suspended from trading as Northern Ireland company prices fall
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
2015. Pic AFP PHOTO / Daniel Leal-OlivasDANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images Trading in Royal Bank of Scotland - which owns Ulster Bank - and Barclays were temporarily suspended this morning following huge losses post Brexit vote. The Brexit... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
RBS and Barclays shares suspended from trading as Northern Ireland company prices fall2015. Pic AFP PHOTO / Daniel Leal-OlivasDANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images Tr
RBS and Barclays shares suspended from trading as Northern Ireland company prices fall
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
2015. Pic AFP PHOTO / Daniel Leal-OlivasDANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images Trading in Royal Bank of Scotland - which owns Ulster Bank - and Barclays were temporarily suspended this morning following huge losses post Brexit vote. The Brexit... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland firms braced for change amid recession warningEU Referendum: Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey Northern Ireland b
Northern Ireland firms braced for change amid recession warning
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
EU Referendum: Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey Northern Ireland businesses are planning to move work elsewhere as fears over a return to recession gather pace following the... Read more
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Business Wire
Brexit Risk For The U.K. And Its Financial Services Sector: It's ComplicatedInternational - NRAM PLC - Santander Central Hispano International Ltd. - Ci
Brexit Risk For The U.K. And Its Financial Services Sector: It's Complicated
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
International - NRAM PLC - Santander Central Hispano International Ltd. - Citibank International Ltd. - FCE Bank PLC - Ulster Bank Ltd. - Goldman Sachs International Bank - JPMorgan Securities PLC - Bank of America Merrill Lynch... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brexit: Northern Ireland business confidence could be 'shattered' as UK votes to exit EUbusiness as usual, as two years of negotiations will take place over the proces
Brexit: Northern Ireland business confidence could be 'shattered' as UK votes to exit EU
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
business as usual, as two years of negotiations will take place over the process of withdrawing from the EU. But Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey said growth in the UK economy was likely to halve to below 1% next year — with... Read more
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Limerick Post
A holy showWith the Ulster Bank calculating that €836 is spent on the average First Commun
A holy show
Limerick Post / Posted 7 days ago
With the Ulster Bank calculating that €836 is spent on the average First Communion day, Simon Bourke wonders where we should draw the line on such conspicuous consumption. THEY all tried it. Whether through a misplaced duty to the Almighty or a... Read more
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Farming Life
Results from Co Fermanagh and Co Tyrone heatsArmstrong, Roy Elkin, Bob Matthewson, Alan Crockett, Kenny Preston and Don Keat
Results from Co Fermanagh and Co Tyrone heats
Farming Life / Posted 8 days ago
Armstrong, Roy Elkin, Bob Matthewson, Alan Crockett, Kenny Preston and Don Keatley. YFCU members from Co Fermanagh with Ulster Banks Agri Lending Manager, Michael Stewart at the 2016 Beef and Sheep Stock Judging heats. The YFCU would like to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Banks limit accounts in euros as crunch EU vote nearsspokeswoman said it was continuing to offer euro deposit and savings accounts f
Banks limit accounts in euros as crunch EU vote nears
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
spokeswoman said it was continuing to offer euro deposit and savings accounts for both personal and business customers. An Ulster Bank spokeswoman said euro accounts were still open to existing customers but terms and conditions applied. First... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
EU Vote: Banks limit accounts in euros as crunch EU vote nearsspokeswoman said it was continuing to offer euro deposit and savings accounts f
EU Vote: Banks limit accounts in euros as crunch EU vote nears
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
spokeswoman said it was continuing to offer euro deposit and savings accounts for both personal and business customers. An Ulster Bank spokeswoman said euro accounts were still open to existing customers but terms and conditions applied. First... Read more
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PGA European Tour
Tayto tee up as title sponsor for Northern Ireland Openfood manufacturer Tayto has been announced as the title sponsor for the 2016 No
Tayto tee up as title sponsor for Northern Ireland Open
PGA European Tour / Posted 10 days ago
food manufacturer Tayto has been announced as the title sponsor for the 2016 Northern Ireland Open in Partnership with Ulster Bank at Galgorm Castle from July 28-31. As one of the nation’s most recognisable brands, it has supported tournament... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland Open - Mr Tayto keeps an eye on Tournament Ambassador Michael Hoeyone internationally acclaimed tournament creates a potent force as the Tayto No
Northern Ireland Open - Mr Tayto keeps an eye on Tournament Ambassador Michael Hoey
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
one internationally acclaimed tournament creates a potent force as the Tayto Northern Ireland Open, in partnership with Ulster Bank, promises to serve up a mouthwatering spectacle when the action gets underway at Galgorm Castle from July... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Spending on Holy Communion drops to £499 in Northern Irelandbig spend on their child's rite of passage is worth every penny, others have ex
Spending on Holy Communion drops to £499 in Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
big spend on their child's rite of passage is worth every penny, others have expressed concerns that it's gone too far. An Ulster Bank survey also found that children received £302 in gifts this year, up from £283 in 2015 - an increase of almost... Read more
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The Irish Times
Official in Seán Dunne bankruptcy case seeks $147,000was adjudicated a bankrupt in the Irish courts four months after he filed for b
Official in Seán Dunne bankruptcy case seeks $147,000
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
was adjudicated a bankrupt in the Irish courts four months after he filed for bankruptcy in the US on an application by Ulster Bank, one of his biggest creditors. He is vigorously contesting the case taken by his bankruptcy officials to have... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Survey shows hike in average spend on First Communions- 06:02 am Irish children who made their First Communion this year received an
Survey shows hike in average spend on First Communions
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
- 06:02 am Irish children who made their First Communion this year received an average of €546 as gifts. A new survey by Ulster Bank also shows parents spent roughly €836 on their child's big day - an increase of 12% from last year. The annual... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Communion kids get €550 while parents fork out €850in 2015. Much of the increase is attributed to spending on children’s entertai
Communion kids get €550 while parents fork out €850
Irish Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
in 2015. Much of the increase is attributed to spending on children’s entertainment, such as bouncy castles. The annual Ulster Bank Communion Survey also found 87% of parents financed the day through their own savings. Furthermore, it shows... Read more
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Farming Life
Teeing up fledgling food successstart-ups will have the chance to showcase their talents to an international au
Teeing up fledgling food success
Farming Life / Posted 12 days ago
start-ups will have the chance to showcase their talents to an international audience at the Northern Ireland Open. The Ulster Bank Food Festival, hosted at Galgorm Castle during the NI Open from 27th – 31st July will provide businesses such as... Read more
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The Irish Times
Suspended Ulster Bank manager seeks order preventing dismissalAn Ulster Bank manager who has been suspended from her job for more than 12 mon
Suspended Ulster Bank manager seeks order preventing dismissal
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
An Ulster Bank manager who has been suspended from her job for more than 12 months has asked the High Court for an order preventing her dismissal. Clodagh Kinsella has been on paid suspension for almost a year pending an investigation by the bank... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Employment at record high but economic output is 'critically low'rate and decreasing economic inactivity, the failure to improve productivity le
Employment at record high but economic output is 'critically low'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
rate and decreasing economic inactivity, the failure to improve productivity levels remains a critical weakness." Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey said the quarterly employment survey showed there were 735,010 employees in the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ex-president Mary Robinson’s Mayo home for €2.75marchitecture – he was consulting architect for Christ Church and St Patrick’s c
Ex-president Mary Robinson’s Mayo home for €2.75m
The Irish Times / Posted 15 days ago
architecture – he was consulting architect for Christ Church and St Patrick’s cathedrals in Dublin – he also designed Ulster Bank on Dublin’s Dame Street. The ecclesiastical influence is apparent in the oakwood panelling, overhead beams and... Read more
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Limerick Post
Rugby - Munster's Goggin and Wootton in Irish 7s squad for MonacoShane Layden, St. Mary’s RFC’s Steve Toal-Lennon and Clontarf’s Mick McGrath, w
Rugby - Munster's Goggin and Wootton in Irish 7s squad for Monaco
Limerick Post / Posted 15 days ago
Shane Layden, St. Mary’s RFC’s Steve Toal-Lennon and Clontarf’s Mick McGrath, who was top try scorer in the Ulster Bank League this season, complete the squad. Continue reading below... Speaking ahead of the team departing to... Read more
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PC Advisor
Apple Pay confirmed for the MacHalifax, Lloyds, MBNA, M&S, NatWest, Nationwide Building Society, Royal Bank of
Apple Pay confirmed for the Mac
PC Advisor / Posted 17 days ago
Halifax, Lloyds, MBNA, M&S, NatWest, Nationwide Building Society, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, Tesco Bank, TSB, and Ulster Bank. In terms of retailers, the list includes McDonalds, Lidl, M&S, Boots, Waitrose, Costa Coffee and more. Apple... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Rate of slowdown in the Northern Ireland economy is the sharpest of any region in UK Ulster Bank chief economist Richard RamseyA graphic showing some of the findi
Rate of slowdown in the Northern Ireland economy is the sharpest of any region in UK
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Ulster Bank chief economist Richard RamseyA graphic showing some of the findings in the Ulster Bank survey Growth in the Northern Ireland economy was sluggish... Read more
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RTE News
Growth in construction sector slows in Mayin the construction sector continued to rise in May, though at a slightly slowe
Growth in construction sector slows in May
RTE News / Posted 17 days ago
in the construction sector continued to rise in May, though at a slightly slower pace than in previous months. The latest Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers' Index showed a reading of 55.9 in May, well above the 50 mark that separates... Read more
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Farming Life
Country star to headline Omaghhas picked up a plethora of awards since taking the world of country music by s
Country star to headline Omagh
Farming Life / Posted 17 days ago
has picked up a plethora of awards since taking the world of country music by storm. Representing cattle sponsors, Ulster Bank, Cormac McKervey, third left, and Fergus McCrossan, second right, with committe members, David Stewart, Dessie... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Index finds sharp rise in construction activity and new ordersIndex (PMI) - a seasonally adjusted survey which tracks changes. Simon Barry,
Index finds sharp rise in construction activity and new orders
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Index (PMI) - a seasonally adjusted survey which tracks changes. Simon Barry, chief economist, Republic of Ireland at Ulster Bank, said: "The latest Ulster Bank Construction PMI signalled ongoing growth of construction activity in Ireland... Read more
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The Irish Times
Almost half of construction chiefs take dim outlook on BrexitConstruction growth eased for a third straight month in May amid a dip in busin
Almost half of construction chiefs take dim outlook on Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
Construction growth eased for a third straight month in May amid a dip in business confidence, according to Ulster Bank. A second survey released at the weekend, by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has found almost half of Irish construction leaders... Read more
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The Irish Times
Eight combustible areas that require Michael Noonan’s attentionother bailed-out lenders to form a “third force”. Two years ago, Royal Bank of
Eight combustible areas that require Michael Noonan’s attention
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
other bailed-out lenders to form a “third force”. Two years ago, Royal Bank of Scotland executives discussed combining Ulster Bank with PTSB with Merrion Street mandarins. While RBS subsequently decided to retain Ulster Bank, Bloomberg reported... Read more
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The Irish Times
Figures show no rush for vulture funds to repossess(BTL) mortgages. And it’s something that’s likely to continue to grow, given r
Figures show no rush for vulture funds to repossess
The Irish Times / Posted 20 days ago
(BTL) mortgages. And it’s something that’s likely to continue to grow, given recent developments. Last month for example, Ulster Bank said it would sell of € 875 million of troubled mortgages, with some 88 per cent of the loans in the portfolio in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Mortgage arrears drop again in first quarterof more than 90 days, with 13,013 of these in arrears over 720 days at endMarch
Mortgage arrears drop again in first quarter
The Irish Times / Posted 20 days ago
of more than 90 days, with 13,013 of these in arrears over 720 days at endMarch. It is likely that as banks, including Ulster Bank, sell on distressed mortgages to third party buyers, the number of mortgages in this category will continue to... Read more
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Limerick Post
Rugby - IRFU Appoints four Provincial Talent CoachesOfficer at Connacht Rugby since May 2015. Previous to joining Connacht, he was
Rugby - IRFU Appoints four Provincial Talent Coaches
Limerick Post / Posted 20 days ago
Officer at Connacht Rugby since May 2015. Previous to joining Connacht, he was Head Coach of UL Bohemians in the Ulster Bank League for four seasons and previous to that he held the head coach position at Shannon RFC. Leinster – Trevor... Read more
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The Irish Times
PTSB may be best served by M&A deal, Michael Noonan told in briefingexecutives are understood to have approached Department of Finance officials in
PTSB may be best served by M&A deal, Michael Noonan told in briefing
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
executives are understood to have approached Department of Finance officials in 2014 to discuss the possibility of merging Ulster Bank with PTSB as it carried out its last review of the business. Meanwhile, the ministerial briefing notes highlight... Read more
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The Irish Times
PTSB may be best served by M&A deal, Michael Noonan toldexecutives are understood to have approached Department of Finance officials in
PTSB may be best served by M&A deal, Michael Noonan told
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
executives are understood to have approached Department of Finance officials in 2014 to discuss the possibility of merging Ulster Bank with PTSB as it carried out its last review of the business. Meanwhile, the ministerial briefing notes highlight... Read more
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Limerick Post
Rugby - Old Crescent's Brace to referee at U/20 World ChampionshipsScotland and England earlier this year. He awas also the man in the middle for
Rugby - Old Crescent's Brace to referee at U/20 World Championships
Limerick Post / Posted 23 days ago
Scotland and England earlier this year. He awas also the man in the middle for a number of Pro12 fixtures, and refereed the Ulster Bank League Division 1A Final between Clontarf and Cork Constitution. The U20 Championships is viewed as an ideal... Read more
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Farming Life
Jersey cow claims championship award at 104th Lurgan Show31/05/15 – 1, James Boyd. Commercial Beef Champion: Keith Williamson. Reserve
Jersey cow claims championship award at 104th Lurgan Show
Farming Life / Posted 24 days ago
31/05/15 – 1, James Boyd. Commercial Beef Champion: Keith Williamson. Reserve: Stephen and Jack Smyth Qualifier for the Ulster Bank Pairs Competition: Nigel and Sandra Cochrane. Qualifier for the Agri-Care Breeding Heifer Competition: Arthur... Read more
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Farming Life
All systems go for Armagh Showpremier sponsors including: Armagh City Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council,
All systems go for Armagh Show
Farming Life / Posted 24 days ago
premier sponsors including: Armagh City Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council, Pinkertons, Linwoods, First Trust Bank, Ulster Bank, Bank of Ireland and Danske Bank. The show committee are also pleased to welcome two new local sponsors, namely... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Balmoral Show to run for an extra day next year, confirms chiefagricultural extravaganza for the final at the day show at Balmoral Park outsid
Balmoral Show to run for an extra day next year, confirms chief
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
agricultural extravaganza for the final at the day show at Balmoral Park outside Lisburn. Balmoral Show in partnership with Ulster Bank Picture by / Press EyePress Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 13th May 2016 Balmoral Show 2016. Thousands to... Read more
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The Irish Times
US company Cabot goes after Ulster Bank borrowersA US-owned debt recovery company has bought a significant portfolio of distress
US company Cabot goes after Ulster Bank borrowers
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
A US-owned debt recovery company has bought a significant portfolio of distressed personal debts from Ulster Bank and is pursuing many high-profile property investors and business owners through the courts. Cabot, owned by the Nasdaq-listed... Read more
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Farming Life
First Minister attends opening of Finnebrogue Artisan food processing facilityfor this highly regarded company.” Also present at the opening, Kenton Hilman,
First Minister attends opening of Finnebrogue Artisan food processing facility
Farming Life / Posted 27 days ago
for this highly regarded company.” Also present at the opening, Kenton Hilman, Head of Corporate and Property Banking at Ulster Bank, welcomed the announcement. He said: “Finnebrogue Artisan is a strong example of Northern Ireland’s pioneering... Read more
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The Irish Times
Apollo said to lead bidders vying for €650m Harcourt loansin Limerick city. In 2014, Davidson Kempner bought loans associated with Titan
Apollo said to lead bidders vying for €650m Harcourt loans
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
in Limerick city. In 2014, Davidson Kempner bought loans associated with Titanic Quarter offices and apartments from Ulster Bank. Nama is expected to make a final decision on the Project Abbey sale next week. Spokesmen for the agency, Apollo... Read more
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The Irish Times
What’s the point of Permanent TSB’s new current account?every month, or you will need to keep a minimum balance of € 500. Free banking
What’s the point of Permanent TSB’s new current account?
The Irish Times / Posted a month ago
every month, or you will need to keep a minimum balance of € 500. Free banking? Depends on how often you make withdrawals Ulster Bank moved from a free banking model in 2014 to a new system, whereby to avoid charges you have to keep a minimum... Read more
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The Irish Times
PTSB initiative targets current account businessincentives in terms of fee cuts if the account balance does not fall below a se
PTSB initiative targets current account business
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
incentives in terms of fee cuts if the account balance does not fall below a set amount during the month, as does Ulster Bank. Most banks also offer incentives for older customers and, particularly, for students. The latest move by PTSB –... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ulster Bank to open city branch... on bank holiday The bank's Donegall Square East branch will be open from 10am until 1pm on Mo
Ulster Bank to open city branch... on bank holiday
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
The bank's Donegall Square East branch will be open from 10am until 1pm on Monday It could only happen in Northern Ireland - a bank opening on a bank holiday. For the first time ever, that is... Read more
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Farming Life
Local dairy farmers recognised for qualityeight local dairy farmers for their continued commitment to excellence at the D
Local dairy farmers recognised for quality
Farming Life / Posted 1 months ago
eight local dairy farmers for their continued commitment to excellence at the Dale Farm Milk Quality Awards, sponsored by Ulster Bank, at the Balmoral Show. Dale Farm hosts an award presentation each year at Northern Ireland’s biggest... Read more
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