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BOI opens branch to facilitate accounts move

Bank of Ireland will open its Ennis branch in Clare for four Saturdays in October to further support customers moving current accounts from Ulster...

Bank issues warning to be extra vigilant

Bank of Ireland is warning the public to be extra vigilant for fraud as the mass movement of bank accounts accelerates with Ulster Bank and KBC exiting the market.

LIVE UPDATES – Status Yellow snow and ice warning...

Met Éireann has issued Status Orange wind warning for Co Clare for Friday as well as a Status Yellow rain and snow alert and Status Red marine weather weather for coastal areas.

Bank closures blow for customers, staff and communities

Sinn Féin TD for Clare Violet-Anne Wynne has described today’s Bank of Ireland branch closures as the wrong decision which will have serious consequences for customers, staff and the wider community.

Kilkee ATM to be maintained after branch closure

Clare Independent T.D. Michael McNamara has received confirmation from the Bank of Ireland that it will continue to provide an ATM service in Kilkee after the local branch closes.

Bank of Ireland branch closures condemned

Clare Independent TD Michael McNamara says Bank of Ireland’s decision to close three branches in Clare and 85 others  throughout the Republic of Ireland underpins the financial sector’s push towards online banking at the expense of many people in rural Ireland.

Ennis wins Bank of Ireland Begin Together Award

Ennis has been announced as the winner of its population category in this year’s Bank of Ireland Begin Together Awards, taking home the trophy and a cash prize of €10,000.

Judging underway in National Enterprise Town Awards

The judging panel for the 2019 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards is visiting two Clare towns over the coming weeks, giving business and community groups an opportunity to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area.

Bank staff raised €35,824 for charitable causes in Clare

Bank of Ireland staff raised €35,824 for charitable causes in Clare in 2017 through the bank’s flagship charity and community initiative, Give Together.
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