AIB factors derogation loss into loan decisions
Noel Bardon
The uncertainty around the future of the derogation is hitting farmer confidence, according to one of the pillar banks.
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Bank of Ireland launches new Enviroflex partnership with Aurivo Co-op
The loan amount can range from a minimum of €10,000 to a maximum of €500,000.
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Farmers urged to engage early with banks - ICMSA
With many farmers finding themselves in difficult financial situations after a challenging winter, the ICMSA has advised anyone worried about their farm finances to engage early with their bank.
Farmers squeezed on cashflow should engage urgently with banks – BOI
Overdraft extensions and flexible-term loans are among the options the bank offers to farmers.
8 April 2024 News
BOI now offering Dairygold suppliers sustainability loans of up to €500,000
Amounts of up to €120,000 can typically be drawn down unsecured and a standard loan term of seven years applies.
12 March 2024 News
Bank of Ireland lays out risks facing farmers
Bank reports huge profits, but warns on income and costs for 2024.
28 February 2024 News
AIB not stress testing loans at 170kg N/ha
AIB said greater clarity on the derogation was urgently needed both by farmers and the banks.
14 February 2024 News
When 1t of wheat could buy 50 barrels of oil
The Dairygold tillage conference had facts, figures and innovative farming and a large crowd turned up to hear the latest on tillage in the south of Ireland.
17 January 2024 Dealer
Less than 50% of tillage farmers carrying debt
Tillage farmers are in a good position when it comes to lending. This helps to reduce risk on farms.
14 January 2024 News
AIB changes lending policy in light of derogation cut
AIB said it has been factoring in a potential reduction to the nitrates derogation since its midterm review was announced in 2022.
27 December 2023 News