How do I make a Domestic Transfer?
iBusiness Banking (iBB)
A Domestic Transfer is a transfer completed between accounts that are held in the Republic of Ireland.
NB: Make sure you have the IBAN / Account information for the beneficiary account, as it will be required to set up a beneficiary before you can make a payment. To create a beneficiary using these details, please refer to 'Getting Started' - 'How do I set up a Beneficiary?'.
Go to the Payments tab and select the type of payment you wish to make.
- To pay to your own accounts on IBB, use the Account Transfer payment screen
- To pay to the account of a Third Party use the Third Party (IBAN) payment screen
Log into iBB.
Enter the requested information on screen.
You will need to confirm your request with your Digipass.
To check the status of your payment, click on Payment Logs then Outgoing Payment Log.
For payment cut off times, go to the Payment Information menu in iBB and click on Domestic Payments
When creating a Beneficiary to make a payment within the SEPA zone, the BIC will be added automatically based on the Beneficiary IBAN entered. If a BIC cannot be found for the IBAN entered, you will then be prompted to enter the corresponding BIC.
When creating a Beneficiary to make a payment outside the SEPA zone, the required account details are specific to the country you are paying.
More information on country specific requirements can be found here.
AIB Internet Banking
1. Log in to AIB Internet Banking
2. Click on Pay & Transfer and select Another Irish Account
3. Follow the instructions on screen to complete your transfer request.
It's important to have the IBAN, or NSC & Account Number for the receiving account.
You will also need your AIB Card Reader to complete transfers to 3rd party accounts.
If you would like to save account details for future payments, click on Payees to save the details for use again.
In Your Branch
Visit the Quick Banking Area where you can use the Kiosk, the In-branch courtesy phone, or get assistance at the Customer Service Desk to complete your request.
You will need your AIB Card Reader for requests over the phone.
Proof of identification may be required for Customer Service assistance.