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Bank of Ireland launches new Brexit Portal

Written by Robert McHugh, on 10th Oct 2017. Posted in General

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It was announced today that Bank of Ireland has launched a new Brexit Portal which will provide guidance and expertise for domestic and international businesses while supporting a series of free “Prepare for Brexit” events across the country. 

Bringing together insights, practical information and useful tools from Bank of Ireland and other partners, the Portal is aimed both at Irish businesses requiring support on how Brexit may affect them and FDI companies who may be considering Ireland as a potential base for their business. 
 
Furthermore, visitors to the Brexit Portal can register for one of Bank of Ireland’s 35 “Prepare for Brexit” events across the country before the end of the year. Featuring speakers from leading Irish companies sharing their stories on how they are preparing their business for Brexit, the events also provide insights, practical information and useful tools from Bank of Ireland and industry experts.
 
Industry organisations and firms addressing the Brexit events are Enterprise Ireland, Bord Bia, IBEC, British Irish Chamber of Commerce, Thinkbusiness.ie, KPMG, Deloitte, EY, PWC, Grant Thornton, BDO and Mazars. 
 
Speaking this week, Head of Brexit Group at Bank of Ireland, Barry McLoughlin said, "Bank of Ireland is the number one corporate and SME bank in Ireland, and more than 60% of FDI businesses have chosen to work with us. We are also the number one bank for Irish businesses trading internationally. We have the largest branch network in Ireland and our sector specialists, business banking advisors and nationwide team of treasury managers have been supporting domestic businesses to understand and manage the risks to their businesses."

He added, "The launch of our new Brexit Portal underlines our commitment to supporting businesses throughout this period of uncertainty, and I would encourage everybody with an interest to attend our Brexit seminars taking place over the next few weeks."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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