Ulster Bank is a large commercial bank, and one of the traditional Big Four Irish banks. The Ulster Bank Group is subdivided into two separate legal entities, Ulster Bank Limited (UBL – registered in Northern Ireland) and Ulster Bank Ireland Limited (UBIL – registered in the Republic of Ireland). The Group’s headquarters (and UBIL’s) is located in George’s Quay, Dublin in the Republic of Ireland whilst the official headquarters of UBL is in Donegal Square East, Belfast, in Northern Ireland, and it maintains a large sector of the financial services in both the UK and Ireland.
Established in 1836, Ulster Bank was acquired by the Westminster Bank in 1917. As a subsidiary of National Westminster Bank, it became part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group in 2000. It has 146 branches in the Republic of Ireland and 90 in Northern Ireland. The Group has over 3,000 employees and over 1.9 million clients
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Ulster Bank agree to meet Raphoe & Ardara communities
ULSTER Bank has agreed to meet community groups from Raphoe and Ardara to discuss the proposed closure of two bank branches there, Donegal Deputy Joe McHugh said today. Minister McHugh met senior bank officials in Dublin earlier today to protest ...
Major protest planned to oppose plans to close Ulster Bank in Raphoe
Dismay as Ulster Bank to axe two of its branches in Limerick
However, a spokeswoman for Ulster Bank insisted that any redundancies would be “volunteer led” and across the company, not just in the retail end. Putting the Limerick closures in context, she said, an average of 150 customers had used those branches ...