Allied Irish Banks PLC (ALBK.I)
9 Dec 2016
DUBLIN, Nov 24 The Irish central bank's revised mortgage deposit rules will help to remove blockages in the market and are likely to lead to some necessary short-term price rises for first-time buyers, Allied Irish Banks' chief executive said on Thursday.
DUBLIN, Nov 17 Ireland has begun the process of putting together a syndicate of investment banks in readiness for a possible offer of shares in state-owned lender Allied Irish Banks but the government said the move did not mean it had a specific timetable in mind.
DUBLIN, Nov 10 Ireland will hold open the possibility of selling a 25 percent stake in state-owned Allied Irish Banks next year with any sale depending on market conditions, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said on Thursday.
DUBLIN, Oct 11 Ireland never decided for certain it would offer a 25 percent stake in state-owned Allied Irish Banks next year and will sell when the time is right, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said on Tuesday.
DUBLIN, Sept 29 An initial public offering of a 25 percent stake in state-owned Allied Irish Banks is possible in 2017 if market conditions improve, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan said on Thursday.
DUBLIN, Aug 1 Surprisingly poor EU stress test results have been a reminder that Irish banks need a few more years of strong economic growth to complete their post-crisis rehabilitation, a prospect Brexit may complicate.
DUBLIN, July 28 Allied Irish Banks (AIB) said it is sticking to plans for its UK business despite Britain's vote to leave the European Union, after reporting a fall in first half profit due to fewer one-off gains.
* Irish fin min says AIB coco repayment underlines its commitment to fully returning capital invested by the state Further company coverage: (Reporting By Padraic Halpin)
* H1 profit before tax 1.017 billion eur versus 1.235 billion euros euro profit a year ago
DUBLIN, June 30 Ireland could review its plans to sell a 25 percent stake in Allied Irish Banks early next year if circumstances change, finance minister Michael Noonan said on Thursday.