Corporate Social Responsibility

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Established in 2010, is committed to providing clarity and transparency to consumers in Ireland in the areas of energy, banking, telecommunications and insurance.

We see it as our social responsibility to ensure that we are consistently accurate, impartial and up to date. On top of that, we are regulated by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities and the Central Bank of Ireland to guarantee our reliability. We strive to always be on hand to help members of society make the best personal finance decisions for their homes.

In addition to our core offering, we have hosted a number of events to extend the reach of our corporate social responsibility to consumers in Ireland. In 2017, we partnered with the Peter McVerry Trust for the inaugural Awards. We felt it was important to highlight the ongoing issue of homelessness in Ireland on an occasion that celebrated excellence among utility providers who supply essential services to the home. We were delighted to help the trust to raise over €7,000 on the night.

Also in 2017, we launched a free-to-consumer mortgage workshop series in order to share our institutional knowledge about the mortgage process with first-time buyers, switchers and movers. The purpose of the series is to provide easy-to-understand information to prospective home buyers in Ireland, and to support them in making one of the most important financial decisions they will ever make.

At, our entire company ethos is about helping people in Ireland to make informed decisions about their day-to-day spending. It is our ongoing commitment to providing this service in a manner that is reliable, impartial and socially responsible throughout.
Compare, Switch, Save is a trading style of Bonkers Money Ltd. registered office Nutley Building, Nutley Lane, Dublin 4. Registered in Ireland, company number 477742.

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Bonkers Money Limited, trading as, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

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