Ethical bank Triodos to expand its Irish business with Dublin office

Ethical bank Triodos plans to increase its business lending in Ireland, and is currently considering opening a small office in Dublin.

6th June, 2009

Ethical bank Triodos plans to increase its business lending in Ireland, and is currently considering opening a small office in Dublin.

The bank does not have a dedicated Irish operation at present, but lends to about 30 customers here, mainly in the organic sector, via its British office.

Triodos was founded in the Netherlands in 1980 and today operates in five European countries, including Britain, where it was launched in 1995.

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