- Relationship extended from 2023 to at least 2026
- Renewed partnership will focus on retail savings, residential mortgages and loans
- New arrangement enables Post Office to engage with new partners and expand its financial services offer
The Post Office has announced that it has refreshed its long term financial services partnership with Bank of Ireland (through Bank of Ireland (UK) plc).
The renewed partnership, which currently serves over 2 million customers in the UK, will focus on providing an exclusive Post Office branded range of retail savings, residential mortgages and personal loans. The relationship has also been extended from 2023 to at least 2026.
Chrysanthy Pispinis, Post Office Money Director said: “Together with Bank of Ireland, we’ve been delivering accessible and relevant financial services products for 15 years. Going forward our relationship will focus on our key strengths in Savings, Mortgages and Loans.
“We’ve got a strong track record for providing financial services products that meet the needs of people at every stage in their life – be that buying their first home or getting ready to enjoy retirement.
“In addition to our partnership with Bank of Ireland, we intend to continue to strengthen our presence in the UK financial services market through new partnerships which expand our financial services offer and deliver relevant products and services to meet the changing needs of our large customer base and local communities.”