Allied Irish Banks

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Ballsbridge, IE
Allied Irish Banks was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in Ballsbridge, IE

Allied Irish Banks Office Locations

Allied Irish Banks has an office in Ballsbridge
Ballsbridge, IE (HQ)
4 Pembroke Gardens

Allied Irish Banks Financials and Metrics

Allied Irish Banks Financials


Market capitalization (05-May-2017)

15 t

Closing share price (05-May-2017)

Allied Irish Banks's current market capitalization is €15 t.
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Allied Irish Banks News and Updates

Allied Irish Banks ties up IPO with €12bn valuation

The Irish government has floated Allied Irish Banks (AIB), raising at least €3bn in the IPO, which valued the group at €12bn. The offering was priced at €4.40 a share, and the offer comprises 679m existing ordinary shares. The €12bn valuation is in the middle of the previously announced range. …

Allied Irish Banks float could see Irish taxpayer paid back in full

Allied Irish Banks' (AIB) float will raise up to €3.8bn (£3.4bn) for the Irish taxpayer and values the state-owned lender at €13.3bn, according to a stock market circular released today. The dual listing, in London and Dublin, will see the Irish government's 25 per stake priced between €3.90 and …

Irish government confirms plans to float €12bn Allied Irish Banks in London

The Irish government has confirmed it will be floating state-owned Allied Irish Banks (AIB) in London and Dublin. The initial public offering (IPO) will see the government dispose of a 25 per cent stake in the lender. It is thought the float deal could value the bank at €12bn, which would make…

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