AIB staff banned from share dealing
AIB has banned its staff from buying and selling shares, unless they obtain permission first, writes Dick O’Brien.
A memo sent to all staff at the bank announced that any dealing in shares or other financial instruments of any quoted and publicly-traded company had to be approved in advance by line management or the executive team. A spokesman for AIB said that share-dealing policies were standard practice for all listed companies.
‘‘AIB’s policy was recently updated and it was decided that it was prudent to extend the ‘permission to deal’ requirement to all...
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