Allied Irish Banks

We're here to keep you updated on AIB Group news, financial services industry insights, expert business reports and all the latest AIB career opportunities. We are one of Ireland’s major retail banks serving personal, business and corporate customers. We offer a range of banking products and services such as mortgages, savings and business banking. We have a customer centric view, always putting the customer first and supporting our customers at every stage. We have over 1.8m million customers using our multifaceted service. We provide our customers with a diverse range of contact channels; through our branches, commercial centres and our direct channels, such as AIB internet and telephone banking, self-service banking and our award-winning mobile banking app. AIB has a presence in Northern Ireland through its community-based full service bank First Trust Bank and in Britain where AIB GB serves its target audience of SMEs, owner-managed businesses and professional firms. EBS is also now part of the AIB Group and offers mortgage and deposit products and services from its own branch network. This is a public channel so never post your personal or account details. AIB provides banking related services in Ireland and all AIB content is intended for use in Ireland. Information is correct at time of posting and may be subject to change. 

Type
Public
HQ
Ballsbridge, IE
Founded
1966
Website
aib.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 Data and Metrics

Allied Irish Banks Financial Metrics

EUR

Market capitalization (05-May-2017)

15 t

Closing share price (05-May-2017)

5.4
Allied Irish Banks's current market capitalization is €15 t.

Allied Irish Banks Market Value History

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Allied Irish Banks News and Updates

How London Stock Exchange has kept international allure after Brexit vote

The past 11 months have been a tumultuous period for many British businesses. But the London Stock Exchange Group has probably had a rockier ride than most. In addition to the uncertainty around Brexit that all firms have had to deal with, the LSE has also endured UK businesses being frightened o…

Another big overseas firm is eyeing a London listing

Another big, international company could be on its way to the London Stock Exchange. The head of Israeli energy firm Delek Group has revealed his firm is seeking a UK listing. Read more: Ithaca beats production expectations ahead of a potential takeover “If Delek Group wants to be internati…

Irish government set to float €12bn state-owned AIB in London within months

The Irish government is set to float state-owned Allied Irish Banks (AIB) in London in the coming months after pausing plans ahead of the French presidential election. The initial public offering (IPO), of a 25 per cent stake, could value AIB at up to €12bn (£10bn), meaning it would be one of Lon…

Dublin and London-based Frontline Ventures closes new €60M fund to invest in B2B startups

 Frontline Ventures, an early-stage VC firm with offices in Dublin and London, has closed a new €60 million fund — capital it will deploy by investing in B2B software companies at the pre-seed and seed stages. Read More

Top 100 influential leaders in fintech - 2016 part 1

It is no secret that the financial services industry continues to be transformed by the digital revolution. According to PWC, roughly 20% of financial services business is at risk of disruption to fintech companies by 2020. It follows that investment into the sector continues to rise. In 2015,…
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