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Bank of Ireland is to relocate about 80 jobs in its NIIB Finance subsidiary from Bangor to Belfast this autumn.
Bank of Ireland is planning to double its 30-strong workforce in Scotland over the next three years, in order to expand its business banking and mortgage operations.
Bank of Ireland is to set up a £10m hedge fund administration centre at Donegall Square South in Belfast, with the creation of 149 jobs.
Bank of Ireland has sold its Chase de Vere independent financial advice business to AWD of Germany for £21m.
Bank of Ireland is to acquire Burdale Financial Holdings, the London-based corporate lender with 30 staff, for £49m.
Bank of Ireland has acquired Iridian, the US investment manager, for £121m, which will double the size of its asset management business.
Bank of Ireland is planning to set up a factoring and invoice discounting business in the UK and Germany called Enterprise Finance Europe, which will involve opening new offices in Manchester, London and Frankfurt.
Bank of Ireland is to set up a new £6m flagship branch with 60 staff at the Middleton Building in Belfast city centre in June, and three existing branches will close.
Bank of Ireland has launched a new leasing and hire purchase business and expects to recruit 150 staff over the next three years.
Bank of Ireland is to acquire Willis Financial, the independent financial adviser, for £40m, which will provide its Bristol & West division with a network of 18 offices and 100 consultants.
Bank of Ireland is looking to acquire firms of independent financial advisers to expand its moneyeXtra financial website in the UK.
Bank of Ireland is to open a new business centre in Edinburgh next month, employing five staff, and is now considering other locations around the UK.
Bank of Ireland is to invest £8m in a customer contact centre in Newry, which will begin operations in July 2002 and create 300 jobs.
Bank of Ireland is seeking acquisitions to expand its Bristol & West operation in the UK, and wants to diversify the business into higher-margin areas.
Bank of Ireland is to acquire Chase de Vere, the Bath-based independent financial adviser, for £110m, and will combine the business with its Bristol & West division.
Bank of Ireland is looking to acquire fund management and independent financial advice businesses in the UK, and has also announced plans to close some of its Irish branches and to relocate its administration centre outside Dublin.