Bank of Ireland will open four branches in Mayo for four Saturdays next month, (10am – 2pm, October 1st to October 22nd) to further support customers moving current accounts from Ulster Bank and KBC.
The branches in Ballina, Castlebar , Claremorris and Westport are the locations selected.
Bank of Ireland advisors will be on hand in 61 branches nationally that will open to provide support to customers in the account opening process. Customers who are ready to move their account can do so on the day and will need to provide at least one form of photo ID and one form of proof of address.
In Galway, three branches will open on Saturdays in October – Eyre Square, Loughrea and Tuam.
Roscommon town and Sligo town and Mohill branches will also provide a service for four Saturdays.
Susan Russell, Director, Retail Ireland, Bank of Ireland says in the first six months of 2022 the bank opened more current accounts than it did for the whole of 2021, and it expects that trend to continue.
Now, as many Ulster Bank customers reach the end of their six month notice period to close their account, Bank of Ireland is further ramping up supports for customers who wish to open a current account – saying it appreciates some people may want face to face support and may not have the chance to visit a branch during the week