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Financial Health Check

Make the most of your money

Get more direction with a Financial Health Check

We have a range of tools and products to help you organise your finances, as well as your Premier Banking team. Whether you want to set up a savings goal, work out a debt consolidation plan, or make the most of the mobile app, we're here to help.

Plan for your future

You have big plans, but aren't sure how to set them in motion. Our Premier Banking team are on hand to support you with your long term financial goals

Protect what matters most

Being able to protect your loved ones after you've gone is important to all of us. Our Premier Banking team could help you find the right cover to suit your needs. 

Make the most of your money

Consolidating your borrowing could help make money worries more manageable. Book an appointment with your Premier Banking Manager today to discuss your options.

Book your free Financial Health Check today.

Premier Banking team

To qualify for Premier, you will normally need a sole annual income of at least £75,000 paid into your Ulster Bank account (£100,000 in the case of a joint application), or savings and investments of at least £100,000 held with us or another financial institution (proof of savings required).

Call 0345 301 5105

 
Quicker, simpler, more secure banking over the phone
With our new Voice ID security feature for Telephone Banking it will authenticate you using your voice, so you don’t have to use your password. Register for Telephone Banking to get started.

 
Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week excluding Bank Holidays. Calls may be recorded. Voice ID is available to telephone banking customers aged 18+.

Your Premier Banking team

Your Premier Banking Manager is your primary point of contact who you can speak to for professional financial support and assistance.

They will get to you and your plans to gain a deeper understanding of your particular needs. They're available at your convenience, at your home or place of business.

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Manage your money

Manage your money

Rising property prices could mean that more families are potentially liable for inheritance tax. Taking the time to review and organise your financial affairs in the right way could help your loved ones minimise this extra burden. A fee and terms may apply for this advice.

Save or investing

Saving or investing

The cost of higher education has soared in recent years because of increased tuition fees. But by putting a savings plan in place at an early age, parents can help their children cover the expense.

Property plans

Property plans

For many, becoming a landlord has proven to be a solid investment option as the UK property market has boomed. But there are a number of potential pitfalls you need to be aware of when making a start in buy to let.

Going on holiday

Going on holiday

From ordering foreign currency to information on using your cards abroad, we've got you covered. Check out our handy hints and tips for planning (and enjoying) your holiday.

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