Central Bank of Ireland

Established in 1943, Central Bank of Ireland defines its mission as 'safeguarding stability, protecting consumers'. The Central Bank is responsible for contributing to defining of Eurosystem monetary policy and helping to ensure that the Euro area inflation objective is achieved. The Central Bank of Ireland contributes to financial stability in Ireland and in the euro area.

Bank Category

Central Banks

Business Focus

central banking

Currency

EUR (Euro)

Member Of

Eurosystem (since 1999)
European System of Central Banks

Contacts

New Wapping Street, North Wall Quay, 1, Dublin, Ireland
559
+353 (0)1 224 6000
+ 353 (0) 1 671 5550

Bank Identifiers

LEI
635400OAUSKT6BT5UZ19
MFI ID
IENCB

Banking Products in Ireland