Belfast Telegraph

Bank of Ireland opens Belfast city centre branch

The Bank of Ireland has opened a branch in Belfast city centre.

Known as City Hall Branch, the 400 square meters premises is located at 1 Donegall Square South

Leigh Curran, manager of the City Hall Branch, said: “We’ve made a considerable investment in creating a branch that uses the latest in technology, simplified processes and modern design to meet the demands of customers looking for faster delivery of day-to -day banking services alongside access to expertise and knowledge.”

The branch, which employs six full time staff including dedicated mortgage, commercial banking and financial advisers, brings to 44 the total of Bank of Ireland UK branches in Northern Ireland.

Mr Curran said: “While we offer a range of convenient channels through which customers can do business with us, including online banking, the bank branch remains the cornerstone of Bank of Ireland UK’s relationships with its customers. Our doors are open and anyone, whether they are a customer or not, is welcome to come in and take a look at what we offer.”

Belfast Telegraph