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Bibby Financial Services Ireland opens Cork office

Written by Robert McHugh, on 18th Jun 2019. Posted in General

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Bibby Financial Services Ireland (BFSI) has announced the opening of its new Cork office.

The new office, located at Unit 10, South Bank, Crosse’s Green in Cork city centre will be led by recently-appointed Head of Sales for Munster Stephen McCarthy and offer bespoke financial assistance and a range of products tailored to support small and medium-sized businesses. 

BFSI is already working with leading Munster businesses such as specialist recruitment agency Hamilton French, and the new office will drive further expansion in its client base across the region.

Bibby Financial Services Ireland is part of Bibby Financial Services Group, an independent financial services partner to over 10,000 businesses across 14 countries. The Irish operation was established in 2006 and has an expert team of 30 employees headquartered in Sandyford, Dublin.

Speaking this week, Managing Director at Bibby Financial Services Ireland, Mark O’Rourke said, "We’re focused on building out our regional teams to support Irish SMEs responding to the challenges posed by Brexit – many of whom will be adversely affected by any disruption to existing supply chains or further fluctuations in the value of Sterling. The new Cork office will provide a convenient point of contact for SMEs looking to make the most of their business by speaking to a member of our expert team."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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