Finance Minister publishes Credit Initiative Suggestions
Finance Minister Michael Noonan today published some of the suggestions sent in by members of the public in response to his call for suggestions on how to improve the number of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) applying for credit.
The suggestions published were selected on the basis of being the most frequently made suggestions, appearing to be the most relevant to the issue of getting viable businesses to seek credit and those that were considered the most significant.
A total of well over 100 suggestions were received and the Minister thanks everyone who put forward suggestions:
Speaking today the Minister said...
I would like to thank all those who took the time to make suggestions on how to get viable businesses seeking credit. The level and quality of the responses within such a short time frame showed how important this initiative is to Irish businesses. My Department now has a list of suggestions that we can work with to encourage SMEs to apply for credit.
The Minister took this opportunity to invite the public to comment on the published list with a view to improving and refining them. He stressed that his Department will be working on the assessment of the suggestions at the same time.
Any comments should be sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org
mailbox before 31 July.Read the report here