Free, live webinar for business owners changing banks

With some banks leaving the Irish market, it is important that you are taking the necessary steps to switch your banking provider. To help ease some of the confusion and ease the administration of changing banks, we are hosting a free, live, Ask Me Anything session with Barry Gallagher, Head of Bank of Ireland - Donegal, Sligo & Leitrim. Barry will be on hand to expertly guide you through the requirements of changing banks and answer any questions you have about the process.

About Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland is one of the main pillar banks in Ireland. Sole Traders, Limited Companies, and Partnerships can avail of specialised business accounts and complete the application process online. Some of the account features and benefits of choosing Bank of Ireland are mobile payments enabled, simple pricing plan so you can control your transaction fees, online banking, overdrafts, and much more.

Why Watch?


Steps to switching

Switching your business current accounts to Bank of Ireland is simple. During this webinar, we will go through the general steps for switching.

Switching documentation

We'll prepare you for the documentation you will need to gather in order to change your bank.

Switching tips

We'll remind you of all the necessary actions you need to take once you change banks, for example, changing direct debits.

Meet the hosts

Barry Gallagher
Barry Gallagher
Head of Bank of Ireland for Donegal, Sligo & Leitrim
Barry has extensive experience across Business & Retail Banking, having worked in Bank of Ireland for more than 20 years. Barry looks 11 branches across the North West and also has a team of Business and Mortgage advisors supporting their customers.
Larissa Feeney
Larissa Feeney
Fellow Chartered Accountant and CEO of Accountant Online
Larissa is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA) and is the CEO of Accountant Online, Irelands leading online chartered accountancy firm offering financial, taxation, and company secretarial services to businesses mainly in the tech, software, and consulting sectors, in Ireland, Northern Ireland, and the UK.