Adjusting to the new normal
The economy might be growing, but investment by Irish companies is still 30 per cent below what it should be, Bank of Ireland’s Michael Lauhoff tells Ian Guider
Trinity College is a hive of activity on Tuesday afternoon. The college’s Bank of Ireland branch, though, is not what many people might expect for a campus in the city centre. Instead of a traditional branch, it resembles a start-up office with hot desks, couches and meeting rooms for would-be entrepreneurs who sit focused on laptop screens.
Michael Lauhoff, director of business banking, tells me this is what the branch presence is there...
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