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Irish Nationwide

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Money Maker Demand Deposit Account

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0.01 % Gross: 0.01% Learn more
  • Type, Money Maker Demand Deposit Account
  • Rate type, variable
  • Notice period, No Withdrawals
  • Min balance to open, €
  • Max investment, €

Classic Quarterly (< €9999.99)

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0.05 % Gross: 0.05% Learn more
  • Type, Classic Quarterly (< €9999.99)
  • Rate type, fixed
  • Notice period, No Withdrawals
  • Min balance to open, €20000
  • Max investment, €10000000

Premium Access Account (< €9999.99

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0.05 % Gross: 0.05% Learn more
  • Type, Premium Access Account (< €9999.99
  • Rate type, fixed
  • Notice period, No Withdrawals
  • Min balance to open, €20000
  • Max investment, €1999999
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About Irish Nationwide

The Irish Industrial Benefit Building Society, forerunner of Irish Nationwide, began in October, 1873, when it was set up in a small room at 4 Harmony Row, off Fenian Street, Dublin 2, by a small group of far-sighted working-class men.

It now operates from Grand Parade, Dublin 6.

Currently the society has a network of 50 branch offices and over 40 branch agents nationwide.

The society's current credit rating status from Moody's is ''Baa3/P3'' deposit rating and a" E+" financial strength rating.


The society's current credit rating status from Fitch is long term ''BBB-'' and short term ''F1+''.

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