Tuesday June 2, 2020

Future of smes Nash sets out his stall

Ged Nash, Minister of State for Business and Employment, opens up about the SME debt crisis, access to credit, job creation, wages and more

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

25th January, 2015
Ged Nash, Minister of State for Business and Employment Picture: Feargal Ward

Michael Brennan: It’s been nearly a year and a half since UCD Professor Morgan Kelly said there was going to be an SME debt crisis. What are you hearing from businesses about the debt problem?

Ged Nash: We are hearing increasingly that the debt resolution issues are being addressed in a practical and pragmatic way by the banks. I think it’s in everyone’s interest to make sure that the SME community, banks and...

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