A guide to closing or switching your business current and deposit accounts
Ready to Close Your Current Account right now?
To continue through this process, you should:
· Have your existing sort code and account number or IBAN available
· Have details of the new account you want the balance transferred to
You can request to close your account by completing our account closure form which is available to download from the link below, or make the request in writing, signed in line with your account mandate, at FREEPOST Ulster Bank, PO Box 13432, Dublin 18
How do I close my deposit account?
If we have written to you about closing your current account and deposit account, its important that you act to close your account before the date in your letter. If you are ready to act before we write to you, you can still do that.
When you are closing your current account, you may also have a deposit account that you need to close.
Find your deposit account in three easy steps:
If you don’t already have a deposit account elsewhere, you should look for an alternative provider before closing your account.
We have a number of different types of deposit that you may have, and how to go about moving your deposit is explained further down this page.
You should make sure you have any documents you might need before you close your account (e.g. statements, certificates of interest) as you may not have access to these after the account is closed.
We will apply any credit interest accrued up until the date of closure and all returns are subject to Deposit Interest Retention Tax (DIRT). Under current legislation the effective DIRT rate is 33%.
We have several different types of deposit account, and how you close those differs in some ways. We have explained how you can close these accounts below.
Need additional support?
- Call our dedicated helpline on 1800 818375 or +35315317171 from outside the Republic of Ireland. Line opening hours are Monday to Friday, from 09:00 am until 17:00 pm. Call costs may vary and calls from mobile phones may not be free.
- Visit your local branch