Getting back to business

You may have heard we plan to begin a phased withdrawal from Ulster Bank’s Republic of Ireland business over the coming years. There will be no immediate changes for customers and we anticipate that our withdrawal will take a number of years to allow a smooth transition. There are no changes for Ulster Bank Northern Ireland customers.

Online banking built for your business

Our online banking is for businesses of all sizes. Anytime Internet Banking is flexible for smaller companies. Larger enterprises could benefit by registering for Bankline.

More about Anytime Internet Banking

Find out more about Bankline

Not sure which online banking service is right for you? Get in touch and we'll walk you through your options.

Anytime Banking and Bankline is available to business customers with an eligible account and some services may not be available on all account types. Ulster Bank Business Banking is available to eligible customers over 18, who have the right to be self-employed in the UK. Bankline fees may apply.

Got a new business idea?

New business, new bank account

Our start-up account could help you take the first step to becoming your own boss. To get you started, we provide transaction fee free business banking for the first 18 months.

Championing your business

Support to help you grow your business

Our Business Growth Enablers (BGEs) are here to help you take your business to the next level.

Talk to an expert in your sector

Get in touch with our sector specialists and tap into their local knowledge and expertise.

See your cashflow more clearly

Monitor your cashflow with FreeAgent accounting software for businesses.

If you’re an Ulster Bank NI business current account customer, you can get the full version of FreeAgent for free, as long as you retain your bank account.

Helping business bounce back

Super-deduction tax incentive

If you pay corporation tax, you could claim capital allowances on qualifying plant and machinery investments. 

Economics Weekly data update

Updates from the bank's chief economist. Each week we take a look at some of the latest economic data and its impact on business.

The future of beef and lamb

We all know the UK’s relationship with the EU has changed, but where do we stand in terms of our beef and lamb markets?

Independent service quality survey results – Business current accounts

Published February 2021.

As part of a regulatory requirement, an independent survey was conducted to ask customers of the five largest business current account providers, whether they would recommend their provider to other small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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