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ACC Loan Management (formerly ACC Bank) was a commercial bank that focused on agriculture and SME lending. ACC Loan Management is the Irish subsidiary of Rabobank.
Allied Irish Banks (AIB) – One of the largest retail and commercial banks in Ireland with over 200 branches nationwide. As of June 30, 2016, it had a market capitalisation of EUR 15 billion.
Anglo Irish Bank was an Irish bank established in 1964. In July 2011, it merged with Irish Nationwide Building Society to form Irish Bank Resolution Corporation.
Bank of Ireland – One of the largest financial services groups in Ireland with assets of over EUR 131 billion. BOI is one of the pillars of the Irish banking system. In 2015, it was named Safest Bank in Ireland by Global Finance magazine. At June 30, 2016, the company had a market capitalization of EUR 6.0 billion.
Bank of Montreal Ireland – The Bank started its activities in 1996 and is involved in money market trading, equity and credit derivatives, fund administration services and lending to corporates.
Danske Bank (Ireland) is a branch of the Danske Bank Group, one of the strongest and best capitalized banking groups in Europe.
Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) was an asset recovery bank. Currently, Irish Bank Resolution Corporation is in liquidation.
Irish Life & Permanent Group was a leading provider of personal financial services in the Irish market with strong market positions in life and pensions, fund management and retail banking. The Group focused on the retail financial services. In 2012, Irish Life & Permanent Group Holdings changed its name to Permanent TSB Group Holdings.
KBC Bank Ireland has been operating in Ireland for over 35 years and has been a member of the KBC group since 1978. It has offices in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, and Galway and employs approximately 1,000 people.
LGT Bank (Ireland) was formed in 1993 in the International Financial Services Centre in Dublin. It operates as a subsidiary of LGT Group, the largest private banking and asset management group in the world.
Naspa Dublin – A fully licensed bank. It was founded in 1993 and operates as a subsidiary of Sparkassen- und Giroverband Hessen-Thuringen (SGVHT).
National Irish Bank (NIB) was one of the Big Four commercial banks in Ireland. In November 2012, National Irish Bank closed down the last of its 27 branches around the country and was rebranded as Danske Bank.
Permanent TSB Group (formerly Irish Life & Permanent Group) – The Irish retail bank offering current accounts, deposits, mortgages, loans, credit cards, overdrafts, insurance, online and phone banking and other services.
Postbank Ireland – Postbank was founded in 2006 and was a 50/50 venture between An Post and Fortis Bank. The closure of the Postbank was announced in February 2010. Postbank services are no longer available in post offices and all Postbank accounts have been closed.
Ulster Bank – One of the four largest commercial banks in Ireland. The Bank is a subsidiary of National Westminster Bank (NatWest), part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS). The company serves over 1.9 million customers across the Republic of Ireland and North Ireland.
UniCredit Bank Ireland – A subsidiary of UniCredit SpA, Italy. The company was incorporated in 1995 and is based in Dublin. The principal business areas are credit and structured finance, treasury activities, issue of certificates of deposit and structured notes. As of June 30, 2015, the Bank had total assets of €24.9 billion, deposits from banks of €13.7 billion and customer deposits of €1.9 billion.
WestLB Ireland is a subsidiary of Portigon AG, a commercial bank domiciled in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was formerly known as Westdeutsche Landesbank (Ireland).
WGZ-Bank Ireland was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Dublin. It provides short, medium and long term loans to banks and high quality borrowers worldwide. The company operates as a subsidiary of WGZ Bank AG, Germany.