ACC (Agricultural Credit Corporation) Bank was established in 1927 and was a commercial bank initially focused on agriculture and SME lending. In 2002 ACC Bank joined Rabobank Group (Netherlands) and extended its products portfolio with commercial mortgage, working capital loans, asset financing and leasing as well as wealth management. In May 2014 ACC Bank decided to focus on debt recovery and returned its banking license to the Central Bank of Ireland and changed the company name to ACC Loan Management. Since that time ACC Loan Management stopped providing traditional banking products such as current and savings accounts and focused exclusively on managing its existing clients' lending facilities.
ACC Bank plc participates in the deposit guarantee scheme of Ireland. This deposit guarantee scheme applies to any credit balance on an account with a bank made by natural persons, small companies and covers up to up to 100,000 EUR per bank per depositor. ACC Bank plc is a member of Irish Deposit Protection Scheme and makes its contributions into it.
ACC Bank plc is a member of Rabobank (Netherlands).
ACC Bank plc was headquartered in Dublin.