Ulster Bank current accounts

Ulster Bank is closing in the Republic of Ireland Ireland so it's time to switch to another bank.

Ulster Bank is set to close in the Republic of Ireland in the next few years. Existing customers are being contacted and requested to close their accounts and switch to another bank within 6 months.

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Must read: Ulster Bank is closing in the Republic of Ireland

Ulster Bank has started shutting down its business in the Republic of Ireland. The withdrawal of Ulster Bank will take place over the next few years.

No new customers are being accepted. And existing customers are being contacted requesting that they close their Ulster Bank accounts and switch to another bank within 6 months.

If you have a current account with Ulster Bank, don’t delay in researching your options and switching to another bank.

Ulster Bank services will still be available in Northern Ireland.

Looking to switch? Compare a range of current bank accounts in Ireland

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Revolut Standard
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    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €1 + 2% per withdrawal
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Monthly
€1 + 2% per withdrawal

Sign up to Revolut through Finder and receive a free trial of Revolut Premium for 3 months.

Enjoy no monthly fee, no currency conversion fees up to €1,000 per month and hold an array of currencies in your account.
Wise Multicurrency Account
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €0.50 + 1.75% per withdrawal
€0
Monthly
€0.50 + 1.75% per withdrawal
Wise (formerly TransferWise) is an international account with over 50 currencies, instant and very convenient money transfers, a card to spend in any currency, bank details to be paid in 30 different countries and multi-currency direct debits.
N26 Bank Account
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €2 per withdrawal
€0
Monthly
€2 per withdrawal
Benefit from no monthly fee, no currency conversion fees and a raft of in-app budgeting features to help you save.
Revolut 18
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    2% per withdrawal
€0
Monthly
2% per withdrawal
Revolut 18 (formally Revolut Junior) has a separate app, account, and prepaid debit card that lets children manage money with the help of their parents. Plus fee-free ATM withdrawals up to €40 each month.
SWIRL Prepaid Mastercard
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €1.50 per withdrawal
€0
Monthly
€1.50 per withdrawal
A secure, prepaid card that lets you manage and spend your money globally. Use in-store and online at over 30 million locations worldwide.
Monese Starter
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €1.50 + 2% per withdrawal
€0
Monthly
€1.50 + 2% per withdrawal
A dual currency account with no foreign currency fees up to €2,000 per month. Features include budgeting tools and multilingual support.
Nuri
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €0
€0
Monthly
€0
Invest in cryptocurrencies and enjoy up to 3% interest per year on Bitcoin deposits with this digital bank account
AIB Student Account for 2nd Level Students
  • Maintenance fee

    €0

  • Fee period

    Monthly

  • ATM transaction fee

    €0
€0
Monthly
€0
A current account for students aged between 12 and 18 years, who are in part time or full-time second level education. If you apply for a debit card, AIB will cover the annual Government Stamp Duty.
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A bit about Ulster Bank

Ulster Bank was first founded back in 1836 and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group.

It is withdrawing its financial services in the Republic of Ireland so it’s time to switch if you’re an exisiting customer. Find out what your current account options are.

Verdict

Ulster Bank has begun the withdrawal of its banking services from the Republic of Ireland. If you’re an existing customer, it’s time to switch banks. Ulster Bank has started contacting customers requesting that they close their accounts and look elsewhere within 6 months.

With this in mind, it’s definitely a good idea to see what other current accounts are out there.

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