Webinar with Ed Sibley, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland

Our economy is experiencing a profound shock. The ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are tragic and seismic. The necessary actions taken to contain the health emergency have affected all of our lives and livelihoods. The effect on the incomes of many households and businesses have been profound, with many experiencing the stress and hardships of this pandemic. The Central Bank is focused on doing all that it can, across all of its mandate, to minimise the effects of this economic shock.

In our webinar Deputy Governor of the Central Bank Ed Sibley will talk about the importance of SME access to finance, engaging with the banks in relation to distressed debt and if the system wide support for small business borrowers is sufficient. After his opening remarks Ed will be joined by a panel of small business finance experts including the SFA Chair Graham Byrne.

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