Better Access to Finance Stokes Business Interest.

Improved availability of a variety of finance for new start-ups and franchises in Ireland has reinvigorated interest in getting into business, experts say. Expressions of interest in business lending

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
12th October, 2013

Improved availability of a variety of finance for new start-ups and franchises in Ireland has reinvigorated interest in getting into business, experts say.

Expressions of interest in business lending from Ulster Bank increased after it lifted currency charges for business purchases made in overseas markets two months ago, according to senior manager of the bank's SME and franchising division, Orna Stokes.

''Funding can be a mix of personal promoter equity, equity from other sources, government...

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