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BoI criticised for spending €2m on Killarney branch overhaul

Bank of Ireland has come in for criticism for spending €2 million revamping its bank branch building in Killarney at a time when the bank is relying on financial assistance from the state.

16th July, 2011

Bank of Ireland has come in for criticism for spending €2 million revamping its bank branch building in Killarney at a time when the bank is relying on financial assistance from the state. The overhaul includes an extension to the building, which is on New Street.

‘‘I am not aware of the situation completely, but at this time, if they are spending a large amount of money on refurbishments, I think it would be grossly...

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