Since January 2001, the UCIT Loan Fund has assisted over 300 community organisations, charities and social enterprises in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland through providing loans totalling in excess of €50m.
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Diageo is one of the world’s leading beverage companies. Trading in approximately 180 countries, Diageo employ over 28,000 people around the world.
Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in personal banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth and investment management.
Coillte is a commercial company operating in forestry, land based businesses, renewable energy and panel products.
State Street is a U.S based financial services holding company. Founded in 1792, State Street has offices in major financial centres throughout the world.
Ulster Bank is one of Ireland’s leading banks. It meets the needs of around 1.9 million personal and business customers through 214 outlets across the island of Ireland.
AA Ireland is one of Ireland’s leading consumer services businesses – providing emergency rescue for people in their home and on the road, as well as providing insurance for over 200,000 Irish customers.
Aer Lingus is the national airline of Ireland. Founded by the Irish Government in 1936, the airline now operates 43 aircraft and carries on average 10 million passengers per annum.
The Central bank is the unitary body responsible for both central banking and financial regulation.
EBS has helped generations of families in Ireland to buy their own homes, as well as to save for many of life’s milestones. Today, EBS offers a wide range of financial products, including savings, mortgages, investments, pensions, insurance and credit card.
Arthur Cox is a leading Irish commercial Law firm whose reputation is based on proven professional skills, a thorough understanding of client requirements, sound judgment and a practical approach to resolving commercial problems.
Grant Thornton is one of the world’s leading organisations of independently owned and managed accounting and consulting firms. More than 2,600 partners provide clients with distinctive, high quality and personalised service in over 100 countries.
IPB is a mutual general insurance company, which has been in operation since 1926 and has grown to become one of the largest liability insurers in the Irish market. IPB successfully insures some of the largest organisations in the State, both in the public and private sector.
IRUPA is the official Player’s Union for professional rugby players in Ireland which aims to promote and protect the welfare of its members by endeavouring to safeguard their futures on and off the pitch.
In 2012, Boardmatch teamed up with IRUPA to place some of Ireland’s leading rugby stars onto the Boards of charities across Ireland.
IBM is one of Ireland’s leading providers of advanced information technology, products, services and business consulting expertise. They are dedicated to helping clients innovate and succeed through the end-to-end transformation of their business models and the application of innovative technology and business solutions.
BHP Insurances Ltd was founded in 1998 and is a leading provider of insurance and financial planning services to individual and commercial clients nationwide.
BHP came together with Boardmatch Ireland in 2010 to host the first annual National Federations Lunch in the Aviva Stadium.
KPMG is a leading provider of professional services in Ireland. They work with all clients in all sectors of Irish business, providing a range of Audit, Tax and Advisory Services. KPMG combines a multi-disciplinary approach with deep, practical industry knowledge to help clients meet challenges and respond to opportunity.
Civil Society’s Governance magazine, a valuable resource in the UK not-for-profit sector is read by thousands of chairs, trustees and chief executives from all sorts of charities. Each edition provides those in the sector with insightful case studies, best practice advice and carefully constructed model documents.
Boardmatch Ireland has partnered with the UK based magazine to bring our users a free introductory subscription.