Nationwide UK (Ireland) opens Dublin premises

Savings provider Nationwide UK (Ireland), part of the Nationwide Building Society, today opened its first high street premises in Ireland at 13, Merrion Row in Dublin city centre.

The new premises on Merrion Row will provide savings and product information services to new and existing customers and will be open weekdays from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

Nationwide UK (Ireland) opened for business in March 2009 as a direct savings provider.

It employs 21 people at its Spencer Dock offices in Dublin’s IFSC where it operates a dedicated account opening and customer service centre.

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