Evidence is mounting that the practise of AIB overcharging its foreign exchange (FX) customers during the 1980s and 1990s was widespread, and not confined to a small number of branches as the bank has maintained.
The Sunday Business Post has established that AIB was bound by sections of the Central Bank Act 1989 to inform the Central Bank - the regulator at the time - of the spread it was charging on its FX rates.
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