Ulster Bank is sponsoring the British Irish Chamber conference for the next 3 years. Eddie Cullen explains that Ulster Bank has deep roots with the UK, going back to 1917. Ulster Bank was started in 1836 as a bank for and by exporters and to promote trade between Ireland and the UK. Not much has changed since. Trade with the UK is vital for many of Ulster Bank customers and they are uniquely positioned, through their parent RBS to support customers in this area.
The partnership with BICC also gives us the opportunity to further-promote Ireland as a country in which to establish and grow operations. All working towards the same goal – supporting businesses as the drivers of economic growth, export and job creation.
Eddie Cullen, Managing Director of Corporate and Institutional Banking at Ulster Bank explains it much better here:
Tickets are sold out, but you can follow the conference via twitter #shouldertoshoulder. @smallBC will be tweeting from the conference.