We know that bank accounts are important to meet the short-term cash flow needs of your business. However, you may have noticed that the interest you’re earning isn’t very high right now. It’s not surprising that 68% of Irish companies are dissatisfied with the rate of interest on their bank deposits1. If this sounds like you it may be time to switch to Aviva.
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Aviva Life & Pensions UK Limited, trading as Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland, is also regulated in the UK: by the Prudential Regulation Authority for prudential rules and, to a limited extent, by the Financial Conduct Authority for applicable UK conduct rules. Registered Branch Office in Ireland (No 906464) at One Park Place, Hatch Street, Dublin 2. Tel (01) 898 7950. Registered in England (3253947) at Wellington Row, York, YO90 1WR.