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Business Description

Industry: Banks » Banks - Regional - Europe
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Allied Irish Banks PLC was incorporated in Ireland in September 1966.The Company is engaged in retail and commercial banking business in Ireland. The Company operates in four business segments: Domestic Core Bank, AIB UK, Financial Solutions Group, and Group. The Domestic Core Bank is made up of two business areas - Personal, Business & Corporate Banking and Products. The Products area is responsible for portfolio and balance sheet management. It provides a portfolio of banking products for distribution across the bank. Personal, Business and Corporate Banking services the personal, business and corporate customers of AIB in the Republic of Ireland including wealth management services. The AIB UK segment operates in two markets, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with different economies and operating environments. The segment's activities are carried out primarily through AIB Group (UK) p.l.c. The Financial Solutions Group (FSG) is a segment dedicated to supporting business and personal customers in financial difficulties, including BTL mortgages. It also provides a service to DCB to manage its PDH arrears cases.
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