Thursday July 2, 2020

Shares woe for small AIB investors

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
18th June, 2017
The final price will be set on Friday by finance minister Paschal Donohoe

Small investors in AIB may not receive as many shares as they have applied for as demand to get involved in the bank’s privatisation has soared.

People familiar with the plans by the state to sell off part of its stake in AIB said the level of interest has exceeded expectations and some may only receive the minimum investment, which is €10,000, even if they have sought more.

Friday was the cut-off date...

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