Bank of Scotland Ireland

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Bank of Scotland Ireland

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Contacts

Web: http://www.bankofscotland.ie
Email:
Phone: 01 408 3500 +35 01 408 3500
Fax: +35 01 671 7797
Address: Canada House, 65-68 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
Geocode:
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Info

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Type: services
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Founding: 1965
Employees:
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Relations

Parents: HBOS
Subsidiaries: ICC Bank, ShopElectic
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Web

Links: alexa
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Bank of Scotland Ireland is an Irish bank owned by HBOS plc.

The company does not have a widespread high street retail banking operation, but instead specialises in business and corporate banking. It also operates a direct mortgages sales business.

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History

The company was founded in 1965 as Equity Bank Limited.

In the early 1990s, it was purchased by the Bank of Scotland. Later, the parent company established its own brand in the Irish market through the direct sales of mortgages from Edinburgh. Following this, it was decided to rebrand the existing Irish operation as Bank of Scotland (Ireland) in 2000.

In 2001, the bank purchased ICC Bank plc from the State. This company, originally established as the Industrial Credit Company, and later known as Industrial Credit Corporation plc, was set up in 1933 by Sean Lemass in the Irish Free State to encourage investment in industry, the company was modelled on the Agricultural Credit Corporation (now called ACCBank).

In 2004, the company took over the direct mortgage sales business from its parent company, and moved it to Dublin. Major new offices were also opened in a brand new building in Limerick, named "Bank of Scotland House" (formerly the site of the Carlton Cinema).

In '2005, the company announced that it is to take over the ESB's ShopElectic chain of retail outlets, and turn them into high street banks. This will make the company the fourth-largest bank in the Republic of Ireland, with 52 branches.

News

  • Maurice Pratt appointed chairman of Bank of Scotland Ireland - FinFacts Ireland
  • Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has reported a 20% rise in pre-tax ... - FinFacts Ireland
  • Bank of Scotland (Ireland) profits up 20% - RTE.ie
  • Pratt replaces Flynn at Bank of Scotland - RTE.ie
  • Should I stir SSIA into my pension pot? - Unison.ie
  • Ireland: BofA to enter €21bn home loans market - The Sunday Times
  • Pratt replaces Flynn on board of BoSI - Unison.ie
  • News In Brief - Unison.ie
  • The business week - The Sunday Times
  • Gleeson named Leinster Player of the Month - Ireland Online
  • ... more news

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Bank of Scotland Ireland  has parent  HBOS (+)
Bank of Scotland Ireland  has subsidiary  ICC Bank (+), and ShopElectic (+)
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of type: services (+)
founding year: 1,965 (+)

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