For a economical and straightforward way to transfer euros to a Bank of Ireland account choose Xendpay. We are connected to the SWIFT banking network we are able to transfer money to any Bank of Ireland account you may require. We offer a competitive euro exchange rate and do not charge large transfer fees so we will make your money go further, ensuring that more EUR are sent in the transfer. You also have the added benefit of transferring Euros online 24/7 so you can make a transaction whenever it suits you.
The Bank of Ireland whose name is Banc na hÉireann in Irish is a commercial bank operation in Ireland. Until the 1970s the bank was headquartered from the impressive Bank of Ireland building on College Green, Dublin, which was originally designed in 1729 by Edward Lovett Pearce to play host to the Irish Parliament.
|Bank name:||Bank of Ireland|
|Address:||Lower Baggot St 2 Co. Dublin, City of Dublin|
A specialist money transfer provider like Xendpay is a cost effective way to transfer money as unlike international money transfer services such as banks and money sending bureaus are transfer fees are really low and will give you great exchange rates for the euro.
Whatever your reasons for transferring euros to Bank of Ireland may be, and however many euros you wish to transfer choosing Xendpay is an the ideal way to process your international money transfer.
We provide a effort and hassle free service which allows you to transfer money directly into the Bank of Ireland account. All you need is to tell us your own bank account details, the recipient’s bank account details and the SWIFT and IBAN code of their bank and we will transfer your funds online securely.
We operate with the latest security protocols and high level encryption to ensure that and senstivie information is safe.
Bank of Ireland, like all banks, may sometimes refuse to accept payments from some or all third parties. Under these circumstances we will return the money to the client once it has been returned to RationalFX, less any SWIFT and third-party transfer costs and foreign exchange losses incurred.