Online Savings Accounts - Link layer
Online Savings Accounts
If you already use internet banking, you will know how convenient it can be. Now you can get the same convenience with one of our online savings accounts.
Regular Savings Accounts - Link layer
Regular Savings Accounts
Regular savers accounts are savings accounts that allow you to set aside a specific amount each month. Typically you can save to these types of accounts by setting up a direct debit from your current account each month.
Fixed Term Savings Accounts - Link layer
Fixed Term Savings Accounts
At particular times in your life you may find that you have a sum of money you can put away. It could be a lump sum received through inheritance, retirement or even from savings built up over the years. One option for such a lump sum deposit is a Fixed Term Deposit Account.
Demand and Notice Accounts - Link layer
Demand and Notice Accounts
Demand deposit accounts are Bank of Ireland's most convenient savings accounts. they earn a variable interest rate, have no minimum or maximum savings limits and have no limits on cash access to the account.
Save for Kids Accounts - Link layer
Save for Kids Accounts
Planning for the future financial independence of the young ones in your life today is probably the best gift you can give them. Find out what options are available to you.
Currency Deposit Account - Link layer
Currency Deposit Account
- Make a foreign currency payment
- Send or receive regular payments
Deposit Guarantee Scheme - Link layer
Deposit Guarantee Scheme
The Deposit Guarantee Scheme (DGS) protects depositors in the event of a bank, building society or credit union authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland being unable to repay deposits.
Deposit Rates - Link layer
Please visit this page for our customer deposit rate sheet.
Long Term Savings & Investments - Link layer
Long Term Savings & Investments
Putting money aside for your longer term financial goals such as saving for your children’s education costs or just looking to get a better return on your savings?