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Cork 2017: Boost business assets with alternative funding options

Research by Close Brothers finds that firms need to be imaginative about obtaining finance for future growth

18th June, 2017
Chris Guilfoyle, Willie John Manley and Stephen McCarthy, all of Close Brothers

Research by Close Brothers, an independent provider of invoice and asset finance to Irish businesses, has found a positive outlook among many companies about their future growth potential.

However, they need to be imaginative about the best ways to finance future success, according to Ciaran McAreavey, managing director, Close Brothers Commercial Finance.

McAreavey said that while the year ahead is fraught with uncertainty as political and economic storm clouds gather, many Irish businesses are optimistic...

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