New appointment at Bank of Ireland

    Bank of Ireland in Roscommon recently made a new appointment, as Alan Mulligan was appointed as Bank of Ireland finance rep for the Roscommon area.              Welcoming the announcement, Micheál Curley, Commercial Branch Manager, Bank of Ireland, Roscommon said, ‘Over the past number of years, we have seen Roscommon become an increasingly attractive location for business and industry in Ireland. The recent economic boom, improvements in infrastructure and an enviable location have all contributed to increased activity in this town and county.             ‘At Bank of Ireland Roscommon, we are committed to helping all those involved in business in the community. Our professional team endeavours to make more possible for business, helping our customers to find the right financial solutions for their business needs. With this in mind, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Alan Mulligan as Bank of Ireland Finance rep for the Roscommon area. Graduating from NUIG with an honours degree in Commerce, Alan went on to qualify as a tax consultant in 2004. Since then he has developed a keen interest in Asset Finance and will be a key member of the team in terms of helping local businesses identify the right finance solutions.             ‘I am delighted to have someone of Alan’s calibre on the team, I’m confident that his experience and expertise will ensure we are recognised as the number one provider for asset and commercial finance in Roscommon.’             Commenting on his appointment, Alan Mulligan said, ‘Identifying suitable types of finance for the business you’re operating in can be tricky. I’m delighted to be joining Bank of Ireland as it has a wide range of funding solutions tailored for all types of businesses. I’m looking forward to getting out and about, meeting people in the community and helping them succeed in business.               ‘The finance solutions provided by Bank of Ireland are the most comprehensive available from any financial services company in Ireland. Not only do we have the local expertise, we also have back-up specialist support in key growth areas in the Irish economy such as franchising, convenience retail, professional practices and many more.             ‘We’d like to extend an invitation to the business community in Roscommon to feel free to drop into the branch and talk to a member of the team about their financial needs. We’d be delighted to meet them.’