Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland, headquartered in Dublin Ireland, was established by Royal Charter in 1783 and has traditionally been regarded as one of Ireland’s Big Four banks alongside the Allied Irish Banks, Danske Bank, and Ulster Bank (which is now part of the RBS Group).

Contact Details

As the Bank of Ireland carries a huge presence in our neighbouring country Ireland, it naturally boasts many customers in the UK due to their Irish family roots. Therefore, it’s easy to get in touch with the Bank of Ireland from the UK – there is a physical branch in Birmingham and plenty of UK phone numbers to call – all featured below.

UK address

Bank Of Ireland,
169 Edmund Street,
West Midlands,
B3 2TA,
United Kingdom.

UK phone numbers

This is probably the most comprehensive list of UK phone numbers for the Bank of Ireland’s customers.

We compiled this list by collating phone numbers from various sources including the Bank of Ireland’s official websites and their comments on social network profiles.

0121 234 1200 (Birmingham branch)
0345 736 5555 (general enquiries)
0345 309 8099 (credit card services)
0289 031 0303 (lost & stolen cards)
0345 603 8050 (existing accounts – personal customers)
0345 719 0190 (existing accounts – direct personal customers)
0345 850 1234 (existing accounts – business customers)
0345 300 8000 (mortgages – existing customers)
0800 707 6206 (mortgages – post office mortgages)