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Source: Survey commissioned by Danske Bank of Agri, Business Centre and Corporate business customers in Northern Ireland, run by the market research agency Ipsos MORI. Based on interviews undertaken during the period April to June 2019.
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Big offer for Small Businesses: £500 Cashback
Offer available to Start Ups and Switchers who open and maintain:
- Small Business Current Account
- District - our online banking platform
- Mastercard Business Debit card
To qualify for the cashback, you must be either a new to bank Start Up trading less than 6 months or complete a full switch of your business banking from another financial provider using the Current Account Switch Service.
Small Business borrowing
Find out more about unsecured borrowing costs for amounts up to £25,000
Alternative Finance Options & Comparison Sites
Danske Bank may not be the only source of finance available to support your business growth.
We’re changing some of our foreign transaction fees
Good news! From 15 December 2019 we are reducing some of our foreign transaction fees.
Depending on the outcome of the UK/EU trade negotiations during the Brexit transition period, there could be implications for some of our customers.
Keep an eye on this page to see details as they emerge.
Independent service quality survey results
As part of a regulatory requirement, an independent survey was conducted to ask customers of the 5 largest business current account providers if they would recommend their provider to other small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The results represent the view of customers who took part in the survey.
Further information and full results are available on the link below.
Information about business current account services
We’re required by the Financial Conduct Authority to publish some information about our business current account services.
This includes, amongst other things:
- how to open a current account with us, and what you’ll need to do;
- how and when you can contact us if you have a question or concern.