Thursday September 24, 2020

Postbank plans to enter Irish credit card market

Postbank, the financial services joint venture between An Post and Fortis, plans to enter the Irish credit card market in late October.

16th August, 2008

Postbank, the financial services joint venture between An Post and Fortis, plans to enter the Irish credit card market in late October.

The bank launched in May of last year and has already brought a range of financial products to the market, including two different savings accounts and a current account.

The launch of its credit card in October will mark its second credit product, following the introduction of an overdraft facility to its current...

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