Allied Irish Banks (AIB) is the commercial bank in Ireland. AIB offers a full range of personal and corporate banking services. Its Capital Markets is the division of the company that offers international banking and treasury operations. The Bank also offers a range of general insurance products such as home, travel, and health insurance. It offers life assurance and pensions through its tied agency with Irish Life Assurance.

Ballsbridge, IE
Size (employees)
10,500 (est)
Allied Irish Banks was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in Ballsbridge, IE
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Key People/Management at Allied Irish Banks

Catherine Woods BA

Catherine Woods BA

Mod (Econ) – Senior Independent Non-Executive Director & Deputy Chairman
Simon Ball

Simon Ball

B.Sc (Econ), FCA - Non-Executive Director
Tom Foley B.Comm

Tom Foley B.Comm

FCA– Non-Executive Director
Peter Hagan

Peter Hagan

Dip BA– Non-Executive Director
Carolan Lennon

Carolan Lennon

B.Sc, MBA – Non-Executive Director
Helen Normoyle

Helen Normoyle

BBS – Non-Executive Director
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Allied Irish Banks Office Locations

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

Allied Irish Banks Operating Metrics

Allied Irish Banks's Customers was reported to be 2.4 m in FY, 2017. Allied Irish Banks's Registered Users was reported to be 700 k in FY, 2017.
FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017


2.30 m2.30 m2.40 m

Online and Mobile Customers

1 m1.10 m1.30 m

Registered Users

530 k651 k700 k
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Allied Irish Banks Online and Social Media Presence

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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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Allied Irish Banks Company Life and Culture

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