Allied Irish Banks is a major commercial bank based in Ireland not to be mistaken for Anglo Irish Bank. AIB is one of the so called Big Four commercial banks in Ireland. The bank has one of the largest branch networks in Ireland; only Bank of Ireland fully rivals it.
Allied Irish Banks, together with its subsidiaries, is involved in retail and corporate banking, investment banking and the provision of asset management services.
The business of the Group is operated through four major operating divisions:
The AIB Bank ROI division encompasses the Group’s retail and commercial banking operations in Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man; AIB Finance & Leasing; the Card Acquiring and Card Issuing businesses, and AIB’s life and pensions joint venture with Aviva. The Capital Markets division consists of corporate banking, global treasury and investment banking, which includes asset management and stockbroking activities. The AIB Bank UK division operates in two distinct markets, Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Poland Division comprises the activities of the Bank Zachodni WBK (BZWBK).
The AIB Corporate Banking Values have been part of their business since 2001. The Values are the cornerstone of our culture and behaviours and form the foundation to the success of their business.