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Catherine Moroney, head of business banking, AIB; Paul Hennessy, family business leader, PwC; Dr Eric Clinton, director, DCU Centre for Family Business; Professor Brian MacCraith, president, Dublin City University

]AIB and PwC will extend an existing agreement to support the Centre for Family Business at Dublin City University (DCU) to 2021.

The agreement will see the centre launch Connectivity Project, a peer-to-peer mentoring programme designed to help family business owners share their experiences and learn from each other.

AIB and PwC have supported the DCU Centre for Family Business since 2015. Their continued support will allow the facility to continue conducting surveys in sector and...

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