HSBC moves to support medium-sized businesses

Having focused on the larger plcs for almost ten years, the bank is now turning its attention to smaller business markets

15th May, 2016
Michael Lalor, head of corporate, Ireland, HSBC

Last year saw the highest level of M&A activity recorded in Ireland since 2008, and the word from HSBC Ireland is that acquisition activity remains strong for Irish businesses in 2016.

According to Michael Lalor, head of corporate, Ireland, HSBC: “CRH is a notable leader following acquisitions of assets coming from the Lafarge Holcim merger and its acquisition of CR Laurence. Generally, for Irish companies, building materials have been particularly active, as evidenced not just...

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