Bank of Ireland has opened its Manhattan offices to its business customers. The NYC Hub is being targeted at banking customers looking to expand into the United States, offering a location for meetings with customers and potential investors.
Based at the Irish lender’s offices at 2 Grand Central Tower in Manhattan, it was previously restricted to start-up and scale-up companies.
But Bank of Ireland said it will now open it up to all business banking customers and customers with established US operations.
The NYC hub includes flexible workspace, meeting rooms, a conference room and can be used as an event space accommodating up to 120 people.
The bank’s group chief executive, Francesca McDonagh said, “as we move beyond the last two years, we know that some businesses are again considering expansion plans including into the United States.”
“The Bank of Ireland NYC Hub – right in the heart of Manhattan – will support our business banking clients with a place to work, or meet customers, suppliers, and investors. NYC Hub speaks to where we see ourselves as a bank – strongly supporting our customers to achieve their ambitions.”
Source: Irish News