Ulster Bank’s One Week in June charity fundraising campaign took place between 20th and 24th June. One Week in June is an integral part of Ulster Bank’s community engagement programme and is a week dedicated to supporting charity fundraising with staff, customers, local businesses and communities all working together. This year €421, 413 was raised
Ulster Bank launched its new three year partnership with Young Social Innovators(YSI) in January. Through its support the bank will be helping to ensure the continued success of Ireland’s largest social innovation programme where young people tackle the social issues facing them locally, nationally and globally. As the programme gets underway, twenty teams of students from around Ireland
You don’t need us to tell you what great work you do in our local community; but we can tell you about how Ulster Bank is making a difference to communities across the island of Ireland.
On 20th January Ulster Bank announced its new three year partnership with Young Social Innovators (YSI). The lively event in Chq, Dublin featured a keynote address from An Taoiseach together with guest speakers Baroness Thornton of the Young Foundation and Sister Stanislaus Kennedy, co-founder of YSI. Young Social Innovators is the biggest civic and social
Winner of eleven CSR awards since 2010 and the only bank in Ireland to be accredited with the Business Working Responsibly Mark, Ulster Bank recently joined the top tier of responsible companies in Ireland.
3rd September: Ulster Bank has won the Outstanding Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award at the 2015 Chambers Ireland CSR Awards.
Please describe your role and responsibilities, how many years you have been in the company? I’m Sustainability & Community Affairs Manager at Ulster Bank – we’re an all-island bank employing around 5000 people. I work with colleagues across the business to help us achieve a positive impact on our society and communities – whether that’s
Ulster Bank is certified with the Business Working Responsibly Mark . Across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, Ulster Bank employs over 6,000 people. Ulster Bank meets the needs of around 1.9 million personal and business customers, through 236 outlets across the island of Ireland and a business banking presence in every county. Ulster Bank is formed of two distinct divisions: