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KBC and WellFest to Bring Europe’s Largest Outdoor Health & Wellness Festival to Cork on the WellFest Summer Tour

10 June 2019

KBC Bank Ireland and WellFest announced today that the next wellness pop-up event on the 2019 WellFest Summer Tour will take place on July 6th in the Cork Showgrounds, Curraheen. continue reading

KBC Dublin Marathon unveils 40th anniversary medal

27 May 2019

KBC Dublin Marathon, today, unveiled the 2019 finishers medal. continue reading

Service will be unavailable between 3am & 7am on Sat 11th May and between 4.40am and 8.30 am on Sun 12th May.

09 May 2019

Between 3am & 7am on Sat 11th May and between 4.40am and 8.30 am on Sun 12th May online and mobile banking will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance. continue reading

Euro Payments Processing 1st May 2019

30 April 2019

The 1st May 2019, although a normal working day in Ireland, is a bank holiday throughout most of Europe and consequently the official Euro settlement mechanisms will be closed on that day. continue reading

Service will be unavailable between midnight on Mon 29th to 7am on Tues 30th April.

29 April 2019

From midnight on Mon 29th to 7am on Tues 30th April, online and mobile banking will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance. continue reading

KBC Bank launches Socially Responsible Investment Funds in Ireland

25 April 2019

KBC Bank, Ireland’s digital-first bank, has today announced the launch of two new socially responsible investment funds designed to offer more investment opportunities to socially conscious consumers in Ireland. continue reading

KBC Bank Ireland welcomes the establishment of the Irish Banking Culture Board

15 April 2019

KBC Bank, Ireland’s digital-first bank, welcomes the establishment of the Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB) and its appointed Board members. continue reading

KBC Bank Ireland sells legacy corporate loan portfolio to Bank of Ireland

12 April 2019

Yesterday, KBC Bank Ireland reached agreement to sell its legacy performing corporate loan portfolio of roughly 260 million euros to Bank of Ireland. continue reading

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