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About Us

Our Partnership With You

At Bank of Ireland Private Banking, we provide the very best in service, personal attention and initiative.

We listen carefully to our clients and discuss with them in detail what the most appropriate assets to invest in are, and why. This enables us to build a portfolio that reflects your individual needs and your long term financial objectives. 

We assist you in the decision-making process, helping you to understand the likely path of your portfolio’s performance over time. We will also make you fully aware of all the risks of investing, both financial and emotional.  

Our expertise in sourcing and selecting the best investment opportunities allows us to advise on, select, implement and regularly review a customised portfolio which remains in line with your unique objectives.

Our Heritage

Bank of Ireland established Ireland’s first modern-day private bank in 1989 based at 35 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin.

The business developed during the 1990s providing bespoke and exclusive banking services to a small number of private clients.

In 2000, Private Banking merged with Bank of Ireland Asset Management’s private client business and the Bank's trust company to provide a more holistic wealth management proposition to Ireland’s private clients. This included the development of bespoke investment solutions as well as banking and lending services.

In 2004, we moved from 35 Fitzwilliam Square to modern offices at 40 Mespil Road in Dublin as the business grew with Ireland’s growing wealth.

At the beginning of the financial crisis, in 2008, we made commitments to our clients on the return of capital and return on capital which remain to today.

Today, we manage investments, pensions, protection, banking and lending for private clients across Ireland. We are headquartered in Dublin, with offices in Cork and Galway and our Private Banking Managers are located across the country.

In many of our communications, you will see the seal of Hibernia which was the identity used by Bank of Ireland in 1800s, and represents the heritage of the Bank of Ireland.

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