Thursday February 20, 2020

Market Talk with Ian Guider

New investors in AIB are buying into its growth story, but they will also have to live with the high level of non-performing loans

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
25th June, 2017

The flotation of AIB on the Dublin and London stock markets is almost complete, which means that the self-imposed purdah by the rest of the Irish banking sector can now end. It has been noticeable that there has been very little activity from the other banks over the last four or so weeks while the government and its advisers went about selling AIB to global investors.

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