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Bank of Ireland to close over half of NI branches – Belfast Live

Bank of Ireland has announced that it will close 15 of its branches in Northern Ireland

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Bank of Ireland has announced that it will be closing over half of its branches in Northern Ireland.
The bank currently has 28 branches in the country and the move is part of a wider cost cut effort that will see it close over 100 across Ireland.
Its UK office is also set to move soon from London to Belfast.
Bank of Ireland said the majority of the branches that are closing are self-service locations which do not offer a counter service.
The closures come after Ulster Bank’s parent company, NatWest,…

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