Thursday October 22, 2020

AIB commits to its shareholder dividend policy

AIB has confirmed that it remains committed to its policy of steadily increasing shareholder dividends, despite the uncertainty created by the current funding environment.

8th December, 2007

AIB has confirmed that it remains committed to its policy of steadily increasing shareholder dividends, despite the uncertainty created by the current funding environment.

The bank, which released an upbeat trading statement last week that predicted its earnings per share for the year to December would grow by 13 per cent, said it planned to continue a progressive dividend policy and ruled out a dividend freeze.

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