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Ulster Bank operates both in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland helping personal, small business, private and commercial customers with their banking needs.

Understanding and delivering help for what matters to its customers is what Ulster Bank seeks to do every day. Helping them have a positive and encouraging experience is the root of the bank’s ambition to be the best it can be for all its customers and the communities it does business in.

Ulster Bank has been recognised as Ireland’s most responsible business at Chambers Ireland Awards for Corporate Social Responsibility. Ulster Bank’s people continue to demonstrate their passion for local causes with community programmes like Give A Day and One Week in June.

Did you know?

Ulster Bank was established in Belfast in 1836. After 24 years of growth in Ulster, it began its expansion across the rest of Ireland in 1860.

Innovation has always been at the heart of how the bank delivers for its customers – it was the first bank to introduce a drive-in bank in 1961 and the first ATM in 1968.

As customer behaviours changed, the bank has changed with them, introducing Saturday Openings and a mobile app in recent years.

Supporting enterprise and fostering SME confidence is served by the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards Programme, The Ulster Bank Skills and Opportunity Fund and the bank's Business Women Can programmes.


  • Ulster Bank is an Official Community Partner to the Irish Rugby Football Union, a partnership which includes title sponsorship of the All-Ireland Club League. The bank is also involved in RugbyForce, a programme designed to help unite club members and local volunteers to improve their club and community rugby facilities.

  • Ulster Bank launched a new partnership with Young Social Innovators (YSI) in January 2016. Through its programmes, training and events, YSI enables young people to grapple with difficult social issues by advocating reform and advancing change. Since its launch in 2002, over 100,000 students have participated in the programme tackling a wide range of social issues.

  • In Northern Ireland, Ulster Bank has a long-standing partnership with The Prince's Trust, which has so far helped 10,000 young people overcome personal challenges.

  • The Balmoral Show is Northern Ireland’s largest agricultural and food show. Ulster Bank became the Balmoral Show’s first ever principal sponsor in 2009 and continues to provide meaningful help for Northern Ireland’s important agriculture, food & drink sector.


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