News - credit union
Local credit unions stepping into space of banks leaving the region
It comes as both Ulster Bank and KBC are leaving the market, and their customers will need to find a new bank.Sep 16, 2022 15:02
Roscommon-Galway TD calls for more banking options in Ireland
AIB reversed its decision to move to cashless outlets after a public outcry, but has left people feeling like they need more options.Jul 23, 2022 09:31
'Credit Union only sector not affected by ECB interest rate increase'
Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Sean Fleming, says Credit Unions are immune from the ECB move.Jun 10, 2022 13:39
New Credit Union initiative could be rolled out to more local branches in coming months
The new scheme allows members to complete and manage all their day-to-day banking requirements with their credit union.Oct 15, 2021 13:54
Monaghan Credit Union launches new Debit Card and Current Account service
Members will be able to complete and manage all their day-to-day banking requirements with their credit union.Oct 15, 2021 07:16
Jury to resume deliberations into Aaron Brady murder trial
The jury in the Aaron Brady murder trial will resume its deliberations today after finding him guilty yesterday of taking part in an armed robberyAug 11, 2020 07:45
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