3 June 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

 The Beech Hill College/Bank of Ireland school bank has been in operation in the school for almost 3 years now. Since its formation it has gone from strength to strength.
  The current student management team is made up of Ruan Dos Santas (Branch Manager), Michael Misiakiewicz (Audit and Compliance Manager), Migle Simkute (Marketing Manager), Aoife McElvaney (Customer Services Official), Martin Smyth (Customer Services Official), Chloe McElmeel (Customer Services Official) and Raluca Andronic (Customer Services Official). They took over in May 2015 following the retirement of the previous management team. Since then more and more students have opened up school bank accounts that bring with them many benefits;
No fees for up to 9 years up to and including the first year of employment after college
Access to a debit card for anytime withdrawals of their savings
Access for older students to a laser card to use in shops or internet shopping.
A contribution of over €1,000 to our school part of which was used to restock our school library last year
Spot prizes raffled among our banking customers worth in excess of €2,000
Free access to our “cinema experience” with free sweets, popcorn and drinks for our First Year students
It is at this time of year that the management team stop and reflect on the success they had in this school year of 2015/16 and celebtrate by sharing this success with their school and their customers. As such this has resulted in a contribution of €500 from the Monaghan branch of Bank of Ireland presented to the students by Monaghan Bank of Ireland Branch Manager Ms. Marian Mullen assisted by the School Bank Initiative Co-ordinators Ms. Bronagh Connaughton (Monaghan) and Ms. Bernie Corrigan (Castleblayney). Representing the school at the presentation was Ms. Williamson (Principal) who indicated that the money would be put to good use within the school.
The management team also raffled a new ipad among the student account customers within the school at a recent …


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