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Thursday 21 September 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# branch closures

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Certain businesses and sectors should be legislated to accept cash
A review into retail banking states that there will be a decline in bank branches and ATMs in the coming years.
Government advised to preemptively legislate to ensure that cash continues to be accepted by certain sectors and businesses, reports Political Correspondent Christina Finn
Risks could arise should retailers such as large supermarket chains and other services such as GPs or hospitals decide to not accept cash, the banking report finds.
The Irish bank branch network has reduced from 617 branches in June 2020 to 438 branches in September 2022.
'We got it wrong, we made a mistake': AIB not planning to return to cashless branch strategy
Politicians declare victory for ‘people power’ after AIB u-turn on withdrawing cash services
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88 Bank of Ireland branches are closing down today
The move will see banking services move to hundreds of Post Offices around the country.
Financial Services Union calling on Bank of Ireland to reconsider branch closures
Bank of Ireland is to appear before an Oireachtas Finance Committee this afternoon.
Ulster Bank the latest to announce branch closures
The bank looks set to close 20 branches across the island of Ireland in the coming weeks.
AIB to permanently close 44 branches across country today
A total of 67 branches will be closed or amalgamated by next year in a bid to save €350 million.
AIB confirms branch closures as operating loss cut by 64 per cent
Bank also announced a 0.5 per cent increase in its Standard Variable mortgage rate.
Permanent TSB names the 16 branches to close
Dublin and Cork to lose four branches each and three to go in Tipperary.
AIB: reports of 90 branch closures is 'total speculation'
An internal document issued to AIB staff yesterday stated that “unviable” branches would be closed.