“Adopt the Zero Trust Principle – Never Trust, Always Verify”

Bank of Ireland research reveals that fraudsters are contributing to the stress of the nation with over 68% of those surveyed worried about being targeted by online fraudsters. Increase in people receiving a fraudulent email, text or call – from 55% to 61%, 2020 to 2021. Cybercrime expert Professor Mary Aiken advises: “We need to adopt the ‘Zero […]

Bank of Ireland warns of ‘unprecedented spike’ in fraud

‘Phishing’ sites, double in one month – up to 20 new fraudulent sites appearing per day Highest ever number of new ‘phishing’ sites recorded this week 184% increase in number of customers targeted by fraudsters to date in 2021 Bank of Ireland has issued a warning to the public advising extra caution around fraudulent text […]

Calling artists and community arts organisations to apply for funding

The second round of the Bank of Ireland Begin Together Arts Fund, in partnership with Business to Arts, has been launched with a call for artists and arts organisations to apply for funding. The all-island Begin Together Arts Fund will make a total of €1 million in arts funding available over three years, awarded to projects that […]

Bank of Ireland Closure of Branches a Slap in the Face for Rural Ireland – IFA

IFA President Tim Cullinan said today’s announcement from Bank of Ireland is very disappointing news for farming and rural communities.   “This comes as a slap in the face to farmers and rural communities who rely on local branches for banking services. We estimate that over 80% of the branches identified for closure are in […]

Bank of Ireland launches Green Bond Framework

“Today’s launch of our Green Bond Framework is a significant step on the Bank’s sustainability journey. We will continue to support more customers with their sustainability ambitions, reduce our own carbon footprint and make further progress on this critical agenda”   €600m in green loans – supporting home owners and businesses Bank of Ireland’s progress recognised […]

Cahir named National Category Winner at 2019 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards – Nenagh named Regional Runner Up

Cahir was announced as the National Category Winner for towns of its size at this year’s Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards, taking home a trophy and a cash prize of €13,000. In addition, Nenagh was announced as a Regional Runner Up in its size category, receiving a cash prize fund of €2,000.   The annual […]

Almost €35,000 raised for Tipperary charities through Bank of Ireland Give Together initiative

Bank of Ireland staff raised €34,860 for charitable causes in Tipperary in 2018 through the bank’s flagship charity and community initiative, Give Together. The charity programme gives Bank of Ireland colleagues throughout Ireland the chance to lend support to their chosen charities or causes through fundraising and volunteering. In total, just over €1.45 million was […]

Top Companies Contribute To Tipperary Charities And Community Groups

21 companies contributed €745,513 to support community groups and organisations in Tipperary in addressing key social issues and causes in 2017 249 community partnerships have been established Employees volunteered over 2060 hours to Tipperary groups and projects Statistics are now available on an online interactive map entitled the ‘Business Impact Map’   This data was captured by […]

AIB’s Profit Built On Sweat Of Taxpayers – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on AIB and Bank of Ireland to offer greater assurances to distressed mortgage holders that they will not be abandoned to vulture funds as part of the bank’s efforts to address challenges within their loan book portfolios. Deputy McGrath was speaking as AIB reported profits of €1.6 billion while […]

Women@SIMI Encourages Women To Seize Opportunities

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) hosted its 4th annual Women@SIMI event in conjunction with its sponsor Bank of Ireland Finance recently in the InterContinental Dublin. Women@SIMI saw an attendance of over 140 professional women from a variety of counties, representing different sectors within the Motor Industry in Ireland. Recognizing the dynamic role […]

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