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Company Overview of Unicredit Bank Ireland plc

Company Overview

UniCredit Bank Ireland p.l.c. provides various banking and financial services. It primarily provides various loan products to credit institutions, multinational companies, and sovereigns. The company offers credit and structured finance, including loans, bonds, securitization, and other forms of asset financing; and treasury products, such as money market, repos, eonia and other interest rate swaps, foreign exchange, and futures. It also issues certificates of deposits, structured notes, and commercial papers. The company was formerly known as Credito Italiano Bank (Ireland) p.l.c. and changed its name to UniCredit Bank Ireland p.l.c. in 2007. The company was incorporated in 1995 and is base...

La Touche House

International Financial Services Centre

Dublin,  1

Ireland

Founded in 1995

33 Employees

Phone:

353 1 670 2000

Key Executives for Unicredit Bank Ireland plc

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