Finance is the lifeblood of many businesses, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The main business lending banks are well placed to support viable businesses – providing funding for start-ups or expanding businesses and ensuring cash flow for day-to-day operations. Financial institutions also provide services to businesses that are crucial to their success such as payment services, insurance, deposit accounts and investment products, as well as services supporting international trade.
In the following section you will find a range of information and guidance on a variety of topics which may be relevant to you and your business.
In addition to the information we have provided here, BPFI and Chambers Ireland have jointly developed the Small Business Finance website to give small businesses easy access to information on the range of financing options available to businesses, as well as tools to help manage their finances. Access the Small Business finance website.
If you are looking for information on specific banking products and services you will find this on the website of each individual bank. Access a full list of BPFI members. For queries and complaints in relation to financial services, you should contact your financial services provider directly. As a representative body BPFI is not in a position to respond to individual customer queries about their financial affairs.