Applications on the rise for Microfinance loans

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14th September, 2014

Up to 250 applications are expected this year for the newly launched LEO Microfinance loan.

Aimed at small business and start-ups, the loan will be provided by Microfinance Ireland (MFI) through the 31 Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) that recently replaced the existing network of County and City Enterprise Boards.

Applications for Microfinance loans have increased significantly this year, according to chief executive Michael Johnson.

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