J&E Davy – Customer FAQ

Bank of Ireland has completed the acquisition of J&E Davy, Ireland’s leading provider of wealth management and capital markets services.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Why has Bank of Ireland acquired Davy?

    Davy is Ireland's leading provider of wealth management and capital markets services. It's an excellent fit for Bank of Ireland’s existing Wealth and capital market capabilities.

    The acquisition of Davy will strengthen the range of services available to Group customers including in the high net worth and mass affluent categories. The acquisition also enhances the combined service offering to corporate clients of both companies and provides further opportunities for growth.

  • Do I need to take any action at this time?

    No. There is no need to take any action. Please continue to engage with your usual Bank of Ireland / Davy representative.

  • Is there any change to my Bank of Ireland / Davy product(s) or service(s) at this time?

    No. There is no change to any product(s) or service(s) you hold with Bank of Ireland / Davy at this time.

  • Will my contact person change at this time?

    No. Please continue to engage with your usual Bank of Ireland / Davy representative.

  • Will I be able to access new services now that Davy is part of the Bank of Ireland Group?

    The acquisition of Davy by Bank of Ireland will strengthen the range of services available to customers of the Group over time. We will keep customers fully up to date on all future product and service developments. However, if you have any specific queries, please contact your usual Bank of Ireland or Davy representative.

  • What will happen in the future?

    There is no change to your product(s) or service(s), or usual representative at this time. If there are to be any changes in the future which are relevant to your product(s) or service(s), we will be in contact with you well in advance to give you all of the information you need.

  • How will Davy operate within the Group?

    Davy will operate as a subsidiary within the Bank of Ireland Group, retaining its brand and existing structures.

You can read the announcement about the completion of the Bank of Ireland / Davy transaction here: