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For help With finances, to find your local branch and their opening hours, for more information on using contactless payments, to open an account, to report a lost or stolen card, to notify the bank before travelling abroad, or for any other customer enquiry - please call the phone number shown above to get in touch with the Bank of Ireland customer services team.

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The Bank of Ireland is one of the traditional "Big Four" Irish banks and over the years has been the premier banking organisation in Ireland. The Bank of Ireland occupies a unique position in Irish banking history, an ancient institution established by Royal Charter back in 1783. The bank headquarters for many years was originally designed by Edward Lovett Pearce in 1729 to host the Irish Parliament, this impressive Bank of Ireland building on College Green, Dublin was the world's first purpose-built two-chamber parliament building. Today the Bank of Ireland Group provides a broad range of financial services to the personal, commercial, industrial and agricultural sectors in Ireland. The product range includes checking and deposit services, overdrafts, loans, mortgages, instalment credit, debt financing, asset financing, leasing, foreign exchange, interest and exchange rate hedging instruments, executor and trustee services. The bank remains based in Dublin but has operations throughout the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland, where they still print their own banknotes in Pounds Sterling. In the British mainland, the bank expanded through the takeover of the Bristol and West Building Society in 1996 and also provides financial services for the British Post Office throughout their UK branches. Although the Bank of Ireland is not a central bank, it does have Sterling note-issuing rights in the UK dating from before the partition of Ireland. Bank of Ireland pound sterling notes are equal in value to Bank of England notes, not be confused with banknotes of the former Irish pound.

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