Are First Trust Notes 20 pound notes?

Are First Trust Notes 20 pound notes?

These banknotes will cease to be legal currency from midnight on 30th June 2022. For more information see our Banknotes section.

Can you still use First Trust Bank notes?

First Trust Bank banknotes remain legal currency until midnight on the 30th June 2022. This means you will experience no change to how you can use First Trust Bank banknotes until after this date.

Is First Trust Bank now AIB?

In late 2019, First Trust Bank will change brand to AIB, and our trading name will become AIB (NI). Our registered company name, AIB Group (UK) p.l.c. will not change, nor will our status as a UK bank.

What Northern Ireland notes are going out of circulation?

Polymer banknotes in Northern Ireland

  • Ulster Bank and Bank of Ireland have issued new polymer £5, £10 and £20 notes.
  • Danske Bank has issued polymer £10 and £20 banknotes.
  • First Trust (AIB) banknotes will cease to be legal currency on 30 June 2022.

Is Danske Bank 20 pound note legal tender?

Danske Bank has announced that it will begin to introduce a polymer £20 note into local circulation on 20 July 2020. Consumers can still use the existing paper £20 note, but these will be gradually phased out of circulation.

How can you tell if Irish notes are real?


  1. Hold the note up to the light and look for watermarks (see-through areas of the note):
  2. Security thread down the centre of the note with perforations of denomination.
  3. Perforations in the holographic foil showing the denomination, euro symbol and Europa portrait (Euro Series 2 notes only).

How do I add a payee to my first trust?

Log in to Online Banking. Select ‘Pay & Transfer’ from the top of the screen. Select ‘To Another UK Account’ and follow the on screen instructions to complete the payment. You will need the sort code and account number of the person you wish to pay.

What bank did AIB take over?

A requirementwas imposed on AIB, among other credit institutions, to strengthen and increase its capital base to help restore confidence in the Irish banking sector; – 10 September 2010 – AIB announced the sale of its Polish interests to Banco Santander S.A. for a total cash consideration of € 3.1 billion.

Are shops still accepting paper 20 notes?

Old £20 notes will expire on Wednesday 30 September 2022. This is the same day as the old £50 note expiry date. And after September 2022, cafes, bars, shops and restaurants will no longer accept the paper £20 note. The Bank of England have to give up to six month’s notice to when an old bank will cease as legal tender.

Is there a First Trust Bank in Illinois?

First Trust Bank of Illinois strives to fulfill it’s motto “banking as it should be” by providing quality financial advice, great rates, and friendly, personal service from a strong, secure local bank.

Who are the people on the First Trust Bank Notes?

First Trust Bank’s current notes depict two generic people, one male, one female. They appear as children on the £1 and £5 notes, as middle-aged on the £10 and £20, and finally as elderly on the £50 and £100.

Where is the head office of First Trust Bank?

The First Trust Bank Head Office is located in Belfast, together with the Business Services Centre. A full service is offered to business and personal customers, across the range of customer segments, including personal customers, small and medium sized enterprises, and the corporate sector.

When did First Trust Bank change its name?

In common with the other Big Four banks of Northern Ireland, the First Trust Bank retains the right to issue its own banknotes. Until the name change in 1991, these banknotes bore the name Allied Irish Bank.