(l-r) Mick Ryan, Head of BoI Tipperary; Maeve Cotter, Manager, New Business Origination Munster, Corporate Banking, BoI Cork; Ger Lane, Chairman County Board, GAA County Board; William Madden, Head of Origination for Corporate Banking, BoI Munster; and Liam Sheedy, Director of Munster, BoI.
Bank of Ireland’s Liam Sheedy joined officers of Cork County Board to view the new Pairc Ui Chaoimh stadium in Cork. Head of Bank of Ireland Tipperary Mick Ryan completed the star line-up.
This weekend will see the new stadium open its doors as it hosts the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals. Clare will face Tipperary this Saturday July 22nd and Wexford will play Waterford on Sunday 23rd. Páirc Uí Chaoimh will now have a total capacity of 45,000 and is complemented by a full size all weather pitch.
William Madden, Head of Origination for Corporate Banking, Bank of Ireland Munster: “Bank of Ireland is delighted to be involved with the development of the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh which is a world-class stadium. It promises to be a superb venue for sports and concert goers from Cork and the wider Munster community. Bank of Ireland has proactively played a long-standing role in supporting the business community across Munster.”