Finding creative ways to finance growth

Bibby Financial Services Ireland is helping SMEs to access funding at a lower cost, writes Ruth Wildgust

9th October, 2016
From left: Alan Marsh, Business Development Manager; John Mackey, Senior Business Development Manager; Bernard OHare, Managing Director; David Lyons, Business Development Manager; Aoife McGinley, Head of Client Services and Operations; Mark ORourke, Head of RiskAndres Poveda

Irish SMEs that are targeting growth through exporting their products and services need financing support that crosses jurisdictions and fluctuates in line with seasonal demand periods relating to their specific business.

“The SBCI (Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland) is making a positive impact in the SME marketplace by promoting real competition and access to much more competitively priced lower cost of finance for Irish businesses,” said Bernard O’Hare, managing director at Bibby Financial Services Ireland....

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