Thursday October 29, 2020

It’s all about the price for AIB now

Analysts believe that AIB can achieve a valuation of around €12 billion, writes Markets Editor Ian Guider

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
31st May, 2017
The government is selling 25% of the state's stake in AIB

First off the message is clear that the bank has changed since the crisis. It has long since been repaired and is now a market leader in Europe’s fastest growing economy. The bank has 36 per cent of new mortgage lending, 37 per cent of current accounts and 36 per cent of business lending. Its cost base will come down to 50 per cent of income by 2019 and and its interest margin will rise...

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