At Bank of Ireland, your personal information is
important to us. To find out more about how we
manage your information, click here.
Can we get in touch with you?
We would like to let you know from time to time about services and products from Bank of Ireland and other companies in the Bank of Ireland Group* as well as from suppliers selected by the Bank of Ireland Group that we believe are relevant to you, that may make your life easier or offer you value. Please let us know how you would prefer us to do so. You can let us know at any time and free of charge if you would like us to stop using your data in the ways set out above by calling us on 01 688 3674.
* Members of the Bank of Ireland Group include Bank of Ireland, Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank, Bank of Ireland Insurance Services Limited, Bank of Ireland Leasing Limited and New Ireland Assurance Company plc.
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Can we analyse your transactions for the purpose
of identifying relevant products and services that
may interest you?
The more you allow us to know about you, the better
we can make your experience with the Bank of Ireland
Group. By giving us your consent to analyse your individual
transactional data, we can identify products or offers that
are of interest or value to you or your business.
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Having your permission to analyse your transactions can help us to enhance the service we provide. It allows us to tailor the offers and information you receive from Bank of Ireland, ensuring that they match your current financial and lifestyle requirements.
Read our Data Protection Notice which describes how we process personal information, and why.
Certain transactions indicate specific moments in life. For instance, regular monthly deposits may identify you as someone who could be interested in a particular savings product with preferential rates. Similarly, when you draw down your Bank of Ireland mortgage, home insurance is an important consideration.
NOTICE: Under the Credit Reporting Act 2013 lenders are required to provide personal and credit information for credit applications and credit agreements of €500 and above to the Central Credit Register. This information will be held on the Central Credit Register and may be used by other lenders when making decisions on your credit applications and credit agreements.
When the Central Credit Register goes live in 2018, you will be entitled to;
To learn more about the register, and your rights and duties under the Credit Reporting Act 2013, please see www.centralcreditregister.ie