Closure will not impact AvantCard

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AvantCard has moved to assure customers and employees tha the closure of MBNA will have no impact on its businessi n Carrick-on-Shannon.

AvantCard has moved to assure customers and employees tha the closure of MBNA will have no impact on its businessi n Carrick-on-Shannon.

Avantcard, who took over the Irish loan book from MBNA in 2012, will be completely unaffected by the proposed closure of MBNA in November.

A statement issued by the company noted: “AvantCard would like to confirm that the proposed closure will have no impact on the AvantCard operation in Carrick-on-Shannon.

“AvantCard remains committed to growing and developing the business in Ireland.

AvantCard Managing Director, Kevin Murphytold the Leitrim Observer: “We employ over 200 people in Carrick-on-Shannon and we remain very committed to the business.

“We have a very strong team and we look forward to growing and developing the business going forward,” he told our reporter late last week.

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