What is the difference between my Interest and Fees Advice Statement and my Statement of Fees?

Currently, if you are charged more than €12.70 in interest and fees in a quarter you receive an interest and fee advice statement approximately two weeks before the interest and fees are charged to your current account. If the interest and fees are under €12.70 in the quarter the advice statement is issued with your account statement.

Your Statement of Fees is a breakdown of all the fees and charges that have been charged to your account as set out in your Account Statements and your Interest and Fees Advice Statement. The statement of fees will also set out the interest you have paid and earned on the account, which is also reflected in the interest fees advice statement and account statement.

Last updated: October 29, 2019

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