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Ulster Bank, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is a large Irish bank, and one of the Big Four in Ireland.
- About 800,000 personal and business customers.
- A network of about 267 branches throughout Ireland.
- About 790 ATMs throughout Ireland.
Whilst its main base is in Belfast, in Northern Ireland, the bank also maintains a large sector of the financial services throughout the island of Ireland, i.e. including the Republic of Ireland. The bank also has operations in the Isle of Man. The Bank is currently owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland whilst it retains the logo of its former owner NatWest, the three chevrons. The bank is one of the four banks that issues Pound Sterling banknotes in Northern Ireland.
Ulster Bank offers the Switch and Laser debit cards to Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland customers respectively, in addition to other financial services.
The company was established in 1836 in Belfast, as Ulster Banking Co.
(See: Ulster Bank history)