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Bank of Ireland to extend partnership with SCSI

Written by Robert McHugh, on 17th Jan 2018. Posted in General

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It was announced this week that Bank of Ireland and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) have renewed their partnership for a further three years, continuing a long-standing relationship between the Bank and SCSI.

In addition to sponsoring the Society’s upcoming annual dinner, a landmark event in the Property Industry calendar, the Bank will also expand its support to include the Cork Regional Dinner in 2018. 

Speaking on the announcement, Head of Property Finance at Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking, Paul McDonnell said, "We share many of the same values and responsibilities – to our customers, our communities and the economy as a whole. Through our expanded partnership, we will use our pooled resources for the benefit of the industry, in broader areas such as research, education and thought leadership."

Director General of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, Aine Myler added, "Bank of Ireland’s sponsorship renewal until 2020 comes at an exciting time for the property and construction sector. The SCSI Annual Dinner is the major event for property and construction professionals and is a sell-out event this year. We particularly welcome the extension of the Bank’s support to the Southern Regional Dinner in Cork. We look forward to working with the Bank on developing both events in the coming years."

Source: www.businessworld.ie  

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