Applying online for a Business Bank Account
Business Bank Accounts
Choose Ulster Bank business banking
We're currently prioritising account applications for existing Ulster Bank customers. Unfortunately this means we are not able to accept new applications for customers of other Banks.
You may be able to access support more quickly by contacting your current bank.
We’re open for UK businesses
We're helping so many businesses across Northern Ireland. Why not be part of the success?
We’re experts in most fields
We have customers in most sectors, so you can be confident with our expertise and support.
We offer a support network
You'll receive your own Relationship Manager (turnover and eligibility criteria apply).
Our app makes it easier for you
With fantastic features, our app can do the heavy lifting, so you can focus on your business. (eligibility criteria applies).
FreeAgent accounting software gives you a clear, real-time view of your business finances.
As an Ulster Bank business current account holder, you can access FreeAgent for free as long as you retain your bank account. You’ll get the complete package, including:
- Multi-currency invoices, expenses and bank accounts in one place
- Real-time cashflow overview
- Tax returns you can submit directly to HMRC at the click of a button
Participating providers of UK business bank accounts have agreed to a basic set of information that they will need from you to set up your UK business current account.
Find out what you’ll need to provide using the simple business banking checklist from UK Finance, the UK’s leading trade association for financial services.
If you're wanting to see how our business overdraft, loans and business bank account products compare against others in the market, you can compare them at the following websites, as suggested by the UK Government's Competition and Markets Authority:
If you want to see how we have performed in key service areas, you can get a detailed view here.
Confirmation of Payee is a way of giving you greater confidence that you are sending your payment to the intended recipient.
It is, in essence, an ‘account name checking service’ that can help avoid payments being misdirected due to errors or fraud.