BNP Paribas has been active in Ireland since 1973. Replicating the diversity of the Group model, it offers the varied activities of corporate and institutional banking, fund administration and commercial property services while also providing IFSC (International Financial Services Centre) – based services to the wider Group internationally.
In Ireland, more than 200 professionals work to offer our customers a wide range of services and products, providing innovative, customised solutions.
Corporate and Institutional Banking in Ireland is offered through BNP Paribas Dublin Branch, a full branch of BNP Paribas S.A. The service offering in Ireland is directed primarily at large companies, multinationals, financial institutions, and institutional and private investors.
The Dublin Branch is also a direct member of the Irish clearing system (for both paper and electronic) and a direct participant in EBA for Pan-European clearing. The Branch also provides full cash management services to a wide range of clients. It also hosts a number of Group subsidiaries servicing the BNP Paribas network in respect of Global Trade Solutions, Captive Insurance and Re-Insurance activities.
In addition to its Corporate and Institutional Banking business, BNP Paribas Dublin is a leading provider of custody and administration services to the European funds management industry, via BNP Paribas Securities Services Dublin Branch and BNP Paribas Fund Services Dublin Limited. Commercial property services are provided by BNP Paribas Real Estate.
BNP Paribas’ teams are committed to ensuring that the bank contributes every day to the success of everyone who places their trust in us, and to the progress of society as a whole.
In Ireland, BNP Paribas sponsors the BNP Paribas National Tennis Academy, the Irish Davis and Fed Cup teams and Goodwill Tennis initiatives in the community. As tennis embodies many of our Group’s values, BNP Paribas extends its global association to partner with Tennis Ireland.
BNP Paribas is committed to promoting the integration of socially excluded young people through the practice of an art. In Ireland, starting in December 2012, teenagers in Temple Street Hospital will have an opportunity to participate in CLOUDLANDS, an inspiring new arts and technology project.