Provision of Company Bank Accounts
Company Bureau can assist you with opening a corporate bank account for your new Irish company formation. We have an excellent working relationship with key contacts in some of Ireland and Europe’s biggest financial institutions. All bank accounts include the provision of internet banking as standard. Banking services we can assist with are as follows:
- Provision of Irish Bank Accounts for Irish-Registered Companies
- Provision of International Bank Accounts for Foreign-Registered Companies
- Provision of International Bank Accounts for Irish-Registered Companies
- Provision of Merchant Account Services also available
Ireland is one of the leading countries in Europe in Financial Services. The International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin is less than 1 mile from our offices. Ireland represents the perfect choice for US, Asian and International Companies who require an EU bank account to accept Euro payments. Ireland is currently the only english-speaking member of the Euro currency.
We can also assist with opening company bank accounts in other EU jurisdictions including Latvia, Cyprus, UK and Malta. For clients wishing to open a corporate bank account outside of the European Union we have arrangements in place for this also through a leading offshore bank where your money is 100% safe and secure.
Our banking relationships enable us to offer bank accounts to our clients with minimal fuss – in the quickest possible timeframe. This includes being able to offer our clients the convenience of Remote Account opening* – meaning that you may not have to travel to meet the bank to set up your business bank account through us.
For more information, about registering a company in Ireland with a bank account, or a corporate bank account for your company formation in general, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us at Company Bureau
*Remote Account opening is only possible with a minority of financial institutions in some countries. Most banks will require a face to face meeting as part of their KYC requirements. We can advise on this on a case by case basis.