Tuesday October 20, 2020

Kuwaiti, Singaporean funds key investors in AIB listing

New filings reveal that GIC Private, which is run by the government of Singapore, owns 27.7 million shares in the Irish bank worth more than €140 million

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
29th October, 2017

The sovereign wealth funds of the Kuwaiti and Singaporean governments have emerged among the top five investors in AIB following its stock market listing in the summer.

New filings reveal that GIC Private, which is run by the government of Singapore, owns 27.7 million shares in the Irish bank worth more than €140 million. GIC is no stranger to investing in Ireland and the fund is one of the major shareholders in Eir for a...

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