Anglo Irish Bank shuts up shop in Sligo to cut costs

Anglo Irish Bank has closed its Sligo office in a cost-cutting initiative by the bank which will see the branch’s functions relocated to Galway.

6th September, 2008

Anglo Irish Bank has closed its Sligo office in a cost-cutting initiative by the bank which will see the branch’s functions relocated to Galway.

It is understood that the Sligo branch, which was opened just under two years ago to service the North West of the country, closed in the past ten days.

The decision was made following a review of the branch and it was decided that it made operational sense to...

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