Anglo Irish Bank Appoints Terence Baydala to Senior Vice

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--December 15, 2006
Anglo Irish Bank today announced the appointment of Terence
Baydala to senior vice president of commercial real estate lending for
the company's New York office. He will be responsible for originating
loans in New York and throughout the Northeast and will report to
Executive Vice President Paul Brophy. 
"Terry brings 25 years of experience and strong client
relationships to our New York operations and will be a great addition
to our organization," said Tony Campbell, president and chief
executive officer of Anglo Irish Bank Group - North America. "The bank
has had another outstanding year with loan growth of over 80 percent
and the outlook for our business is very strong. We are currently
looking to fill several additional key positions to support our
company's continued growth." 
Baydala comes to Anglo Irish Bank from the New York office of
Arbor Realty Trust where he held numerous senior management positions
over the past 10 years including senior vice president/senior
investment officer and chief underwriter. Prior to Arbor Realty Trust,
he held leadership positions at Banque Indosuez, Chemical Bank and
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York. He holds a bachelor's
degree in finance and accounting from St. Bonaventure University in
Olean, New York. 
Anglo Irish Bank is Ireland's third largest bank and the fourth
largest company listed on the Irish Stock Exchange. The bank operates
in three core areas - business lending, treasury and wealth
management. The Bank's long established reputation is built on
successful long-term relationships, service quality and certainty of
deal execution, a business model which has been the foundation for
their sustained market leading performance. 
In North America, the group has representative offices in Boston,
New York and Chicago offering a variety of financing options in the
acquisition, construction or refinancing of all types of commercial
real estate. The group's North American business is approaching its
10th year in operation and at their last reporting date of Sept. 30,
2006, had outstanding commitments of $7.8 billion. 
For more information about Anglo Irish Bank, visit the company's
Web site at 
Anglo Irish Bank
Gwen Cook, 617-330-4727
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