Bank Of Ireland FDI landing space - techbuzzireland

Bank of Ireland has relaunched its Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)  Landing Space in Stephen’s Green, following refurbishment during the pandemic. The FDI Landing Space provides companies arriving into Ireland with co-working office space, meeting rooms and event space above the Stephens Green branch in Dublin city centre.

Bank of Ireland’s FDI team has supported over 600 international companies to set up in the Irish market over the past decade. The FDI Landing Space provides hot desks, meeting rooms and boardrooms, with companies from the US, UK, EU, China, Australia, Japan and Canada availing of the space in the past.

Speaking at the launch, Kevin Elliott, Head of Global FDI, Bank of Ireland said: “Today’s announcement further strengthens our support for international companies basing themselves in Ireland. As the leading bank in Ireland for international companies, Bank of Ireland is delighted to provide our FDI Landing Space to support companies who may be considering Ireland as a base or starting to develop operations here. It has been fantastic to see FDI companies who have directly benefited from our Stephen’s Green facility going from strength to strength and announcing significant growth plans within the Irish market over the years. Following refurbishment of the space, we are now reopening again and we look forward to supporting a new crop of international companies into the future.”

 Founded in 2011, Bluecrux is a value chain consulting and technology company which has used Bank of Ireland’s FDI Landing Space in the past. Aaron O’Brien, Managing Director UK & Ireland,  Bluecrux said: “Bank of Ireland’s FDI Landing Space in Stephen’s Green has been a great asset that helped us develop our business in Ireland. I am pleased to say that Bluecrux has expanded and we currently have a team of 14 in Ireland joining our 265 global colleagues helping us grow our business. Our plans are to grow our headcount in Ireland to 50 by 2025.  We appreciate the help and support from Bank of Ireland and I would encourage any company looking to base themselves in Ireland to utilise the FDI space as you start to establish your business here.”

Bank of Ireland’s dedicated FDI team provides access to a full service offering for international companies, including electronic banking, payments, foreign exchange and treasury facilities, private wealth management and employee benefits solutions.

By Jim O Brien/CEO

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