Bank of Ireland is one of Ireland's leading financial institutions with a capital of more than 2,000 million Irish pounds.
One of the four largest commercial banks in Ireland, located in a quaint palace-style building, its symbolic meaning is greater than its actual meaning.
BANK OF IRELAND is famous for being the former site of the Irish Parliament. The Bank of Ireland is housed in an ancient building and is now a commercial bank, which is still open for business. No photos can be taken inside. Going inside the Bank of Ireland, there is an old parliamentary office, small, long table covered with green velvet, and a podium in front of it with the words HOUSE OF LARDS and BANK OF IRELAND. Now open to the outside world. Inside are displayed photos of the meeting that year, as well as some notes and objects issued in the early years. If the Bank of Ireland is closed on weekends, the old parliament site is free to visit. It is very common to see the face of the Bank of Ireland and the bank’s ATM on Dublin Street.
It is a very old building and can be reached by tram. It feels like old Europe.
Bank of Ireland is one of Ireland's leading financial institutions with a capital of more than 2,000 million Irish pounds. At the end of 1998, it foresaw a rapidly changing environment that would push the bank to rebuild its business processes and services, and information technology would become its key factor.