Headquartered in Dublin, Bank of Ireland Group PLC is one of the big four Irish banks, which provides financial and banking services across Ireland and UK. It was established in 1783 as per the Royal Charter. The Bank of Ireland corporate banking operates in rest of the world, including France, Germany, Spain and US. It provides banking and financial services to personal, commercial, industrial, and agricultural sectors across its area of operation.
Bank of Ireland UK provides flexible financial service to UK customers. It aids the small customers directly and it also comes into partnerships with widely known brands in UK which serve as big customers. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange. The products and services of the bank include exclusive financial services including long term financial services partnership with AA, mortgages, retail and commercial banking services, asset financing and joint venture with post office covering foreign exchange. It also provides private and investment banking services, credit cards etc. The money deposited with the bank by customers is protected by the UK’s deposit guarantee scheme called the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
The bank tries to make its services more accessible and convenient for its customers by creating platforms for digital and phone banking. This 24x7 quick service helps in overall reduction of costs, reduces paperwork, and increases transaction speed. The services include viewing and paying bills while getting eStatements, sending money within and/or outside UK, checking transaction statements and account balance, and so on. Mobile banking option is also available for getting the same services via app of the bank. This makes the customer service much better by giving them options to manage their money their way and prevent frauds by helping them track their spending. The bank also focuses on business owners and tries to provide them insights about financial products and services suitable for them so that they can innovate and grow in a sustainable manner. Business advisors of the bank help in providing financial wellbeing to business owners which is vital for their success.
The bank follows high standards of corporate governance and aligns with international best practices. Bank of Ireland follows the sustainable business strategy, and it has signed the United Nations principles for responsible banking. It tries to reduce social inequality, fight climate change, increase green and sustainable investments etc. and strives to make the world more sustainable.
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