Skip Navigation

Office Locations

  • Dublin

    40 Mespil Road, Dublin 4
    Telephone: +353 1 637 8600
    Fax: +353 1 637 8631

  • Cork

    32 South Mall, Cork
    Telephone: +353 21 425 1527
    Fax: +353 21 425 1539

  • Galway

    Dockgate House, Dockgate, Galway
    Telephone: +353 91 566 301
    Fax: +353 91 565 437


If you do not have a connection with Bank of Ireland Private Banking, please register your interest here.

Please tick the box below that applies to you:

In order to proceed with your registration, please tick the following statements:

In order to proceed with your registration, please tick the following statements:


  • Markets & OpinionsExpand/Contract

    • Pulled Health Care Act means bruised egos but little else!

      President Trumpís decision to pull his American Health Care Act bill late on Friday was seen by some as an early referendum on his policy agenda. However we wouldnít agree with such a blunt assessment. In reality Trump was unlikely to ever get much (if any) Democratic support to overturn a healthcare policy that more than anything else symbolised the Obama administration.

      Read more

    • No surprises from the Fed, Rutte victory a Ďshot in the armí for European investors

      As expected the US Federal Reserve last night voted to increase US interest rates by 0.25%. In truth little emerged that would cause investors to alter their views on the trajectory for interest rate moves in 2017 and 2018.

      Read more

    • Draghi sticks to the script, but some crumbs of hope for the hawks

      This afternoon the European Central Bank kept all its key interest rates unchanged. In his statement President Draghi reaffirmed the ECBís forward guidance, saying that interest rates will stay at present or lower levels for an extended period and well past the end of its Quantitative Easing program. On the inflation outlook he again reiterated his previous comment that there was no convincing upward trend in underlying inflation.

      Read more

    • Strong performance from the Irish economy in 2016 but 'once offs' cloud the picture again

      This morning the Central Statistics Office (CSO) released the National Accounts for Q4 2016

      Read more

    • Trumpís Congress speech Ė long on aspiration, short on detail

      Investors eagerly awaited President Trumpís speech to Congress last night for any detail on his tax, trade and healthcare reform plans in particular. Unfortunately there was nothing for them to chew on with the speech largely just reiterating Trumpís broad vision on all these issues.

      Read more