Last month
June 2024
State to sell 5% of its stake in AIB, bringing share to 25.5%
This year
Why customer apathy will help AIB continue raking in billions in profits
AIB records €2 billion profit as income from rising interest rates jumped 83%
Former bank manager jailed for two years for stealing €2.7m from AIB
Last year
Irish banks urged to respond to claims that payments to Gaza have been 'blocked'
Jacinda Ardern on death threats, climate change and why social media is like alcohol
State intends to continue the reduction of its stake in AIB, dropping it to 40%
Savers with AIB, Avant Money and State Savings to get increased deposit rates
AIB apologises for letters to mortgage holders raising repayments
BOI and AIB have made €1 billion this year. Is it time to revisit the decision to privatise them?
AIB Group increases mortgage rates in response to ECB hikes
State sells 5% stake in AIB, bringing its share below 50% for the first time since 2008 crash
Double bills and incorrect discounts as energy suppliers apologise for payment errors
Over 80 people have received debt write-downs of more than €1 million from AIB since 2015
AIB insists 'no special deals' for nearly 2,000 customers who received 90% debt write-down
AIB execs agree to face TDs next week to answer questions about controversial debt write-downs
Fine Gael calls for AIB to appear before committee over writedown of DJ Carey debt
AIB says technical issue resolved after customers report difficulties accessing online banking
All time
Restoring bankers bonuses and removing pay caps an 'insult' to working families, Dáil hears
AIB welcomes Donohoe's decision to sell 8% of State shares
State to sell off further 8% stake in AIB, Donohoe announces
AIB announces 0.5% increase on new fixed mortgage rates
AIB says scrapped plan to turn 70 branches cashless was a 'genuine' future-proofing effort
'They were so convincing': RTÉ journalist details ‘very sophisticated’ scam that drained his savings
AIB apologises to customers over binned cashless branch strategy
Cash is crucial to victims of domestic abuse or coercive control, says Women's Aid
'We got it wrong, we made a mistake': AIB not planning to return to cashless branch strategy
TD calls for Oireachtas Committee to meet to 'establish who knew what and when' about AIB plans
Politicians declare victory for ‘people power’ after AIB u-turn on withdrawing cash services
AIB says it 'will not proceed' with plans to make 70 branches cashless in wake of massive backlash
AIB to appear before Finance Committee over decision to go cashless at 70 branches
AIB should 'reconsider' decision to make 70 branches cashless, says Taoiseach
Leitrim club call for GAA to drop AIB as sponsors unless 'attack on small town Ireland' is reversed
AIB set to remove cash and cheque services from 70 branches starting in September
AIB and EBS hit with fines totalling almost €100 million over tracker mortgage scandal
Ulster Bank to sell €6 billion mortgage portfolio to AIB
Competition authority launches full probe into Permanent TSB's €7.6 billion Ulster Bank deal
Flurry of announcements caps off noteworthy week for Irish banks and their customers
AIB cleared to acquire €4.2 billion Ulster Bank loan porfolio
Banks 'ill-prepared for the biggest logistical challenge in Irish banking since the euro'