Northern Bank is the biggest retail bank in Northern Ireland with 95 branches and was established in 1824. The Northern Bank is the oldest member of the National Australia Bank (NAB) group.
Originally named the Northern Banking Partnership it started trading in Belfast and in 1840 opened its first branch in Ireland, but it wasn't until the 1970s that it made major expansions into Southern Ireland. In the late 80s Northern bank was taken over by NAB and it was at this time that the banks were rebranded National Irish Bank in Eire.
Today, the bank provides both personal and business banking services offering a full range of financial products. Its parent National Australia Bank's operates across the world in 15 countries and within the group includes the Bank of New Zealand, National Australia Bank (Australia and Asia) and Homeside (Australia). In Europe, it operates with sister companies National Irish Bank in Dublin, Clydesdale Bank in Glasgow and Yorkshire Bank in Leeds.
Northern Bank is now an integrated part of an international organisation. The Group has an asset base of A $344 billion, and over 12 million customers.
The bank offers:
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