Close Brothers establishes strong links with a thriving city
Its young, educated workforce and some of the world’s most innovative companies help Galway punch well above its weight as an economic region
Galway city is an exciting place for Close Brothers to do business, according to the banking group’s managing director Ciaran McAreavey.
“While its current population makes Galway the fourth largest city in Ireland, it is the country’s fastest growing city and certainly punches above its weight as an economic region,” he said. “The area is arguably the most economically vibrant part of the country given that it blends long-established global employers with a...
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