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Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. provides banking and financial products and services to personal, business, and corporate customers in the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. The company offers current accounts; savings and deposit accounts; loans, including car finance, home improvement loans, wedding loans, travel loans, education loans, personal loans, overdraft, and graduate finance, as well as AIB Masterplan to manage household budget; mortgages; credit cards; investment products; protection and retirement plans; and insurance products, such as home, car, travel, term life, income protection, life, inheritance tax insurance, health, and payment protection insurance products to individual customers. It also provides business current accounts; demand, notice, fixed, and currency deposit accounts; portfolio and regular investment products; life assurance, serious illness cover, income protection, and inheritance tax planning; and retirement and pension plans for businesses. In addition, the company offers finance and loan products, including asset finance, business loans, business overdrafts, energy efficiency finance, farmer credit line, farm development loans, forestry finance, invoice finance, PromptPay and insurance premium insurance, start-up loans, and venture capital funds. Further, it provides corporate finance services, such as mergers and acquisitions, disposals, equity raisings, public takeovers, debt restructuring, and financial advice; health, succession planning, and travel insurance for businesses; payment solutions; and credit cards. Additionally, the company offers wealth management services; and Internet, mobile, phone, and tablet banking services. It operates a network of 200 branches, 70 EBS outlets, and 16 business centers. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. was founded in 1825 and is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.

11,047 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/5/15
Founded in 1825

allied irish banks plc (AIBSF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director a...
Total Annual Compensation: €425.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Directo...
Total Annual Compensation: €266.0K
Director of Retail & Business Banking and Exe...
Total Annual Compensation: €450.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

allied irish banks plc (AIBSF) Key Developments

The Dawson Is To Be Sold

On the instructions of Declan McDonald of PwC who was appointed receiver by Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. (ISE:AIB), Morrissey’s and Savills are guiding €15 million for The Dawson Hotel & Spa. Tom Barrett, head of hotels and leisure at Savills, said they were expecting strong international interest as well as Irish inquiries about The Dawson because of the scope to turn it into a high-class boutique hotel as well as a strong food and beverage outlet. Tony Morrissey of Morrissey’s said the sale provided a “unique opportunity to acquire an unrivalled licensed premises with bedrooms and a spa”.

Ireland Not To Sell Stake In Allied Irish Banks

Ireland does not plan to reduce its stake in Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. (ISE:AIB) before the parliamentary elections scheduled for the beginning of next year. "This is not being dictated by any political agenda. It looks now like the earliest opportunity will be November, December, and I'm not going to rush it. I don’t need to sell any bit of AIB before the election," Noonan told Irish broadcaster RTE.

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. Reports Interim Management Statement for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2015

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. reported interim management statement for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015. The Group remained profitable in first quarter 2015 and has continued to deliver on its strategic objectives Net Interest Margin (NIM), excluding ELG, increased to 1.87%. NIM benefited in part due to lower funding costs and increased levels of new lending and restructuring of impaired loans at sustainable margins.


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