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We are committed to making our site more accessible and support the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). Our product directory has been designed to meet the WAI recommendations.

Browser compatibility

You can view the Isle of Man Bank website on a wide range of browsers. We have tested the pages of the site with the following browsers:

PC requirements

Windows 2000 or later - including XP, Vista and Windows 7.

  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer version 7 and 8
  • AOL 8.0, AOL 9.0, AOL 9.1 and AOL 10.1
  • FireFox 3.0 and 3.6
  • Opera 9.2x, Opera 9.5, Opera 9.6 and Opera 10
  • Safari 3.x to Safari 4.x
  • Google Chrome 3.0, 4.0, 4.1 and 5.0

Macintosh Computers

OS 10.4 or later.

  • Safari 3.x to 4.x
  • FireFox 3.0 to FireFox 3.6
  • Opera 9.2X, Opera 9.5, Opera 9.6 and Opera 10
  • Google Chrome 5.0

Our Online banking service requires specific configurations. Please visit our Online banking page for more information.

Keyboard shortcuts


  • Microsoft Internet Explorer - press 'Alt' and the access key letter, then press enter
  • Mozilla - press 'Alt' and the access key letter at the same time

Macintosh Computers

  • Mozilla - hold down 'Control' key and then press the access key letter
Access key letter Action
H Load home page
A Load accessibility page
N Skip to the main navigation of a page
S Skip to the main content of a page

In branches

We are improving our branches to make access easier for everyone. For example, we are improving lighting levels and fitting handrails to steps.

Where possible all of our new and refurbished branches have been designed with the following features:

  • A permanent or temporary ramp
  • Automatic or power assisted doors
  • Audio Induction loops installed on some counter positions and a portable induction loop that can be used during meetings and interviews
  • Interview rooms at ground level with access suitable for wheelchair users
  • Counter positions at lower levels for customers who use wheelchairs and, in branches where this isn't possible, a writing table at a lower level
  • Layout and signage designed with suitable colour contrast to assist our partially sighted customers

Using cash machines

All of our cash machines have audible tone prompts after each key depression.

The keyboards on our new cash machines also have the following features:

  • Raised dot on the number 5
  • Coloured keys for 'entry' and 'error'
  • A depression in the middle of the keys making the keys easier to press

Where possible, our newer cash machines have been installed at a height suitable for wheelchair access.

A guide to using our cash machines is available in Braille, large print or on audiotape.

Customers with visual impairments

  • Statements and general correspondence produced in Braille, large print or on audiotape
  • Brochures produced in Braille, large print or on audiotape
  • PIN numbers provided in Braille