BoI ends relationship with Davy

Bank of Ireland customers will no longer be able to avail of an in-branch share dealing service from this week, following a decision by the bank to discontinue its relationship with Davy Stockbrokers, the broking firm it sold in late 2006.

12th January, 2008

Bank of Ireland customers will no longer be able to avail of an in-branch share dealing service from this week, following a decision by the bank to discontinue its relationship with Davy Stockbrokers, the broking firm it sold in late 2006.

The bank said last week that it had decided to cease offering the service, following a review undertaken in the wake of the Davy sale.

A bank spokeswoman said demand for the service had fallen...

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