AIB Bank, in association with Waterford Chamber, would like to invite you to a Corporate Evening on Tuesday, 21st February to mark the official opening of the new Self Service Lobby by the Mayor of Waterford City & County Cllr. Adam Wyse.
AIB Bank 72/74 The Quay Waterford are delighted to announce the opening of the new Self Service Lobby as it marks another important milestone in the bank's customer-led strategy.
Over the past number of years, AIB Bank has transformed its business to be more focussed on customer needs, with flexible banking hours, the latest in in-branch technologies and significant improvements in mobile and online banking.
AIB Bank exclusively offer this service to the city – helping our customers to bank quickly and securely.
The Self Service lobby at AIB Bank 72/74 The Quay Waterford is now open 7 days a week from 8am–9pm.
Date: Tuesday, 21st February
Venue: AIB Bank, The Quay
Cost: Free of charge
BOOKINGS: Contact Lynda at 051 311130 or
Today (14th February 2017) on the eve of the European Parliament’s crucial vote on the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada, Chambers Ireland and national Chambers from across Europe call on EU leaders and governments to stand firmly in favour of an inclusive and forward-looking EU trade agenda, while also warning that recent complications around the deal have highlighted that the effectiveness of the EU’s common commercial policy is at stake.
Speaking today, Waterford Chamber CEO, Nick Donnelly said, “The world trading order is under enormous strain, with growing public opposition to free trade and moves by some governments towards increasingly protectionist policies. It is now more important than ever that the EU supports an ambitious, inclusive and forward-looking common commercial policy. The adoption of CETA by the European Parliament would send a positive message to the world that Europe stands for free, fair and inclusive trade.”
“CETA has added importance given the unprecedented levels of uncertainty about global trade and the even the future of the rules-based international trading system. Today, Chambers of Commerce from across Europe come together to call on MEPs to ratify CETA but also to revive long delayed negotiations with partners in key emerging markets that will protect European businesses and citizens from the consequences of unfair trade.”