BNP Paribas has been active in Ireland since 1973, and in 2013, it celebrated its 40th anniversary. Replicating the diversity of the Group Model, BNP Paribas in Ireland offers the varied activities of Corporate and Institutional Banking, Fund Administration and Commercial Property Services, while also providing services to the BNP Paribas Group Globally.
Its client base includes most of the large corporate and financial institutions in the Irish market. One of the World's strongest banks and as one of the largest banks in the Eurozone,
BNP Paribas has international experience in the areas of project finance, fixed income, treasury, capital markets, corporate finance and trade finance as well as asset management and related securities services.
BNP Paribas in Ireland is a Leading Provider of Custody, Administration and Hedge Fund Services Globally to the Funds Management Industry through BNP Paribas Fund Administration Services Ireland Limited.
The Group has a total workforce of over 580 employees in Ireland, with the majority of staff based in and around Dublin.
A Responsible Business
BNP Paribas is committed to being a responsible bank. Driven by a strong tradition of service provided to individual customers and businesses, BNP Paribas has always regarded the relationship of trust with its clients as its number once assets. BNP Paribas Corporate Social Responsibility policy is rooted in four main areas.
- Economic responsibility: Financing the economy, in an ethical manner
BNP Paribas incorporates environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria into its investment products and offers a diversified range of socially responsible investment (SRI) funds. In 2004 the bank launched the first World Bank equity index-linked green bonds in response to market evolution and investors’ changing expectations.
-Social responsibility: Pursuing a committed and fair human resources policy
BNP Paribas’ Ireland Social Programme includes many health and wellbeing initiatives and is leading the way for the BNP Paribas Group in driving diversity and inclusion to ensure that employees are valued for their differences and are empowered to succeed.
-Civic responsibility: Combatting exclusion, promoting education and culture
BNP Paribas’ Ireland Civic Programme provides a range of educational and environmental schemes to support local disadvantaged neighbourhoods. As part of this Civic Programme, BNP Paribas supports CLOUDLANDS an inspiring arts and technology project, started in December 2012, for teenagers with chronic illnesses at Temple Street.
-Environmental responsibility: combatting climate change
In Ireland, BNP Paribas continues to focus on reducing its environmental footprint and pays particular attention to the environmental impact resulting from its banking activities.
Arts & Tennis Sponsorship
BNP Paribas continues to sponsor Tennis Ireland’s National Academy. BNP Paribas also sponsors Tennis Ireland to facilitate training programmes for residents of St Michael’s House, students of Trinity Comprehensive and St. Canice’s School, which offers them the opportunity to participate in tennis coaching courses.
In Ireland, BNP Paribas sponsored the restoration of a Monet painting at the National Gallery of Ireland and received an award for its partnership with IMMA in supporting The Moderns. It also partnered with IMMA for the unique exhibition of Trove which showcased Irish culture heritage.
BNP Paribas Group
With strong roots anchored in Europe’s economic history, BNP Paribas supports its customers and employees in today’s changing world and has positioned itself as a leading bank in the Eurozone and a prominent International banking institution. BNP Paribas delivers tailored services to retail clients, entrepreneurs, SMEs, corporations, institutional and non-profit organisations.
-Four domestic markets: France, Italy, Belgium and Luxemburg.
- 185,000 employees globally with Branches and offices in 75 countries.
- Two core business areas: Corporate and Institutional Banking and Retail Banking and Services.
No.1 European bank and No 7 bank worldwide in terms of brand value – Brand Finance. The Banker, 2014.
World’s Best Bank for Corporates – EuroMoney, 2017
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