Supporting SMEs as they expand their activities
Close Brothers provides a unique funding service for the purchase of new equipment and helps businesses refinance existing equipment
Since Close Brothers opened its office in Dublin five years ago, demand for its products and services for SMEs has grown exponentially.
“Next year, we celebrate our tenth anniversary on the island of Ireland, having opened our first office in Belfast in 2007,” said Ciaran McAreavey, managing director at Close Brothers Commercial Finance.
“Our team here has grown significantly and we now have 60 staff across our offices in Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Galway,”...
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