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Provident seeks redundancies following huge drop-off in trade

High-interest moneylender has lost more than a third of its Irish customers over last two years

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
2nd February, 2020

High-interest moneylender Provident Financial has lost more than a third of its Irish customers in the last two years and is seeking redundancies in its operation here.

A letter was sent to staff in Ireland recently which said that due to the lower number of customers and improvements in technology it was seeking the redundancies of two area managers, two development managers and two field investigation officers in its personal credit division. The group employs...

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