'Investing in AIB is like betting on a horse' - Newstalk 106-108 fm

The four-week countdown to the stockmarket listing of up to 25% of AIB, began last night when Finance Minister Michael Noonan, confirmed the bank's 'Intention to Float.' While these shares will be aimed at institutional investors such as large banks ...

Stake in nationalised Anglo Irish Bank to be sold on Irish and London stock exchanges - insider.co.uk

Ireland's Department of Finance is to sell a 25 per cent stake in the nationalised Anglo Irish Bank on the Irish and London stock exchanges through an initial public offering. Anglo Irish Bank (AIB) collapsed along with other Irish lenders at the ...

AIB sees 'significant' investor IPO appetite - RTE.ie

The chief executive of AIB has said the impending listing of part of the State's stake in the bank puts in place the final steps enabling the taxpayer to recover its investment in the bank. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan announced his intention ...

Irish government confirms Allied Irish Bank IPO - The Investment Observer

The Irish government has confirmed its intention to float their stake in the Allied Irish Bank (AIB) on both the London and Dublin markets. The Irish state currently owns around 99.9 percent of AIB, and plans to float a quarter of this stake. The bank ...

Ireland to sell a quarter of its stake in bailed-out bank AIB - International Business Times UK

AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne says their is 'very significant investor appetite' for the lender's shares. Roger Baird. By Roger Baird. May 31, 2017 11:55 BST. A branch of Allied Irish Bank is seen in London Ireland is set to float a quarter of its ...

Ireland set to sell 25% of Allied Irish Banks - BBC News

Ireland is to sell 25% of Allied Irish Banks back to the public, eight years after it was rescued during the financial crisis. Last year AIB was valued at 11.3bn euros, so a share sale may yield 3bn euros or more. The bailout cost Irish taxpayers 21bn ...