Tuesday September 22, 2020

News roundup: top stories at lunchtime

The top local and international news on Wednesday including the government's sale of Bank of Ireland notes, Huawei to create new Irish jobs and mortgage approvals rise.

9th January, 2013
The Government is to dispose of a minimum of €500 million of its €1 billion holding of contingent capital notes in Bank of Ireland.

**Government** to sell its Bank of Ireland "coco" instruments.

**NPRF** launches three new SME-focused funds.

**NTMA** to sell short term debt next week.

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