Cork Vaults is part of a larger group of safe deposit box facilities with vaults in Scotland and England as well as here in Ireland. We were the first independently owned safe deposit box centre in Ireland and we are 100% Irish owned and operated. We provide custodial services to private individuals and businesses, allowing them to safeguard their most valued possessions in a secure state-of-the-art purpose-built vault.
As a member of the Safe Deposit Federation (SDF), Cork Vaults meet the highest standards in both security and privacy. We offer rental of safe deposit boxes in a variety of sizes and rental periods to meet all requirements.
Irish Banks such as Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank, Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB are no longer offering a ‘safe deposit box’ service to their customers, yet now more than ever companies and individuals need to secure valued possession safely.
Our facility offers various box sizes to suit all client requirements. The smaller boxes are ideal for the storage of jewellery, cash, valuable coins and computer back-up discs. The mid-range boxes are designed to keep papers, house deeds and other important documents. The larger boxes are ideal for stamp dealers and to hold larger amounts of paperwork and artwork which need to be stored securely. We are also the only safe deposit box facility in Ireland to offer high security private walk-in vaults for the storage of fine Art and valuable furniture.
We are situated in the city centre of Cork, near main shopping and business areas. Our aim is to provide a unique and first class service to our clients, ensuring the safety and security of their most valued possessions, documents and jewellery.
Cork Vaults was founded by Séamus Fahy and David Walsh.
Séamus Fahy studied business at the University of Limerick before becoming an oil and equity trader. In 2008, he set up Voltaire Diamonds, a leading provider of engagement rings and diamond rings. He spotted an opportunity for Safe Deposit Boxes in Dublin.
David Walsh studied Finance at University College Cork. In 1999, he set up City Box, which has grown to become the UK and Ireland’s largest mall media company.