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Farmers need to begin ground work now on CAP schemes – adviser
Barry Murphy
The Irish Farmers Journal held the first of its CAP information series events in Cork on Tuesday night. Tommy Moyles and Barry Murphy report.
19 October 2022 News
Farmer debt levels hit a 10-year low
Bank of Ireland has predicted that demand for lending at farm level will increase through the winter as bills for feed and fertiliser hit kitchen tables.
17 August 2022 News
Strong demand for credit across all sectors - AIB
Some farmers are talking about taking out loans to cover fertiliser prices, however farmers are not actually putting applications in yet.
Overdraft use by farmers at lowest level in five years
Farmer use of overdraft facilities is down with Bank of Ireland and AIB this year.
3 August 2022 News
Dempsey at Large: central Bank scrutiny
There has been - as far as I can see - no real examination of the regulatory framework applying to banking in Ireland.
27 July 2022 Viewpoints
AIB U-turn 'a good move' for farmers - Cahir Mart manager
Cahir Mart manager Jonathan Ryan said that 70% of its business involves the use of cheques.
23 July 2022 News
Weekly podcast: water quality, organics and Netherlands protests
On this week’s podcast, we discuss water quality, the new organics scheme, farmer protests in the Netherlands and cashless banks.
22 July 2022 News
AIB does U-turn on cashless branches
AIB said it decided not to go ahead with the changes due customer and public unease.
22 July 2022 News
Doing away with basic banking services a 'step too far' - ICSA
ICSA reacts scathingly to AIB's decision to turn 70 of its branches cashless by the end of the year.
21 July 2022 News
Caherciveen to Carndonagh: AIB's cashless branches revealed
A county breakdown of the 70 AIB bank branches that will go cashless in the coming months.
21 July 2022 News
AIB will 'never be forgiven' for cashless branches - Healy-Rae
Michael Healy-Rae said it was an abandonment of its customers.
20 July 2022 News
Changes to nitrates derogation will factor into lending, banks say
Both AIB and Bank of Ireland have their say on lending policies if the nitrates derogation is changed.
13 July 2022 News