Danske Bank is one of the leading retail banks in Northern Ireland. Customers benefit from being part of a leading European bank which is committed to innovation and technology, enabling customers to enjoy banking that fits in around their lifestyles and meets their business needs.
Danske Bank combines the efficiency of modern technology with the expertise of highly experienced relationship managers and business support teams – providing a range of channels through which to meet the needs of business customers across Northern Ireland.
A highly experienced team of Business Managers works closely with specialists in key areas such as Asset Finance, Invoice Finance, Merchant Acquiring, Markets, Trade Finance and Cash Management to help businesses of all sizes make the most of their balance sheet and ensure they have the right support for the specific needs of their business.
Danske Bank plays an integral role in the overseas expansion of some of Northern Ireland’s leading exporters, and also supports the export potential of many other innovative local companies for whom overseas markets may be the next step in the growth of the business. Danske Bank Export First – a partnership with the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce – is part of the Bank’s commitment to the importance of export in our local economy.
Official Airline Partner
The Danske Bank Export First programme is also supported by Etihad Airways.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has been operating out of Ireland since 2007 and currently flies double daily between Dublin and Abu Dhabi. This frequency provides 8,988 seats each week between the capital cities of the UAE and Ireland.
The schedule for the double daily flights ensures connectivity both ways with 800 weekly connections to 45 Etihad Airways destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia.
Since launching flights to Dublin in 2007 Etihad Airways has flown nearly 1.2 million passengers on the route.
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