Bank of Ireland has announced plans to invest €11.5 million across its nationwide branch network in 2023, with the branch in Roscommon part of the upgrade plans.
The planned network investments include refurbishments and enhancements to the branch network, upgrading of branch services including ATMs in a number of locations, and ongoing maintenance works.
Additional works as part of the investment will include the installation of new external and internal ATMs in a range of branches.
As part of this investment, Bank of Ireland also plans to install energy-efficient LED lighting in each of its 169 branches in 2023, including all four of its County Roscommon branches.
Commenting on the planned investment in its Roscommon branch network, Susan Russell, Director, Retail Ireland said: “Our branch network of 169 locations across Ireland, including the four branches we operate in Roscommon, is a very important part of how we serve our customers – whether that be for routine cash, cheque and coin transactions or more detailed conversations about loans, mortgages and pensions.
“That’s why we continually invest in this network, and 2023 will be no exception. I’m especially pleased that our location in Roscommon town will be upgraded during this year, and that we are also making further investments in ATM technology in our branches nationwide”.