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Banking on book

31 May 2017 By Carol Ryan

Ireland plans to float 25 pct of the nationalised bank. A good result for the government would be a valuation similar to UK lender Lloyds. Similarities include low costs and strong market share. But AIB also has some things Lloyds doesn’t, like a bad loan ratio of 14 percent.

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