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What is your Business Type?
A company is a separate legal entity and, therefore, is separate and distinct from those who run it. It has to be registered with the CRO.
A Sole Trader is a person who is the exclusive owner of a business, entitled to keep all profits after tax has been paid but liable for all losses.
A Partnership is a single business where two or more people share ownership. Each partner contributes to all aspects of the business, including money and skill.
Once registered the Society constitutes a distinct legal entity which provides protection to members from debts, contracts etc.
Is set up through an agreement between a group of people who come together for a reason other than to make profit, e.g. a voluntary group or a sports club.
Are you already an existing AIB Business Customer?
Do you already have a business current account with AIB? If yes then click on the Yes button in next question.
Have any of your details changed?
If any of the details listed below have changed you will need to answer Yes to this question.
If you have not previously provided us with your FATCA/CRS information you will need to answer Yes to this question.
Country of Registration?
Then the user should be displayed with a pop up box as per screen shots.
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What are my next steps ?
Please select your chosen AIB Branch to Request an Appointment.
Financial institutions in Ireland are required under legislation which incorporates the United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Common Reporting Standard (CRS) into Irish law to seek answers to certain questions for the purposes of identifying accounts the details of which are reportable to Irish Revenue who may exchange these details with other tax authorities in relevant jurisdictions(s). If customers do not provide all of the information requested, AIB may not be able to proceed with opening the new account until the relevant information is provided.
Find out more about FATCA and CRS (including the Entity Classification Guide).