Other Shareholder Information
Current constitutional documents
AIB Group plc, Memorandum and Articles of Association
Last updated 6 May 2021
Details of any other exchanges or trading platforms
The company's ordinary shares are traded on the primary listing segment of the official list of the Irish Stock Exchange and the premium listing segment of the Official List of the London Stock Exchange.
The company has debt securities admitted to trading on the Main Securities Market of the Irish Stock Exchange, details of which can be found at http://investorrelations.aib.ie/debt-investor/issuance-programmes
Last updated 27 June 2017
Securities in issue
1. Ordinary shares - of €0.625 each.
The number of Ordinary Shares in issue is 2,618,753,655
All ordinary shares carry equal voting rights.
The Ordinary Shares are, in general, freely transferable but the Directors may decline to register a transfer of Ordinary Shares upon notice to the transferee, within two months after the lodgement of a transfer with the Company, in the following cases: -
(i) a lien held by the Company;
(ii) in the case of a purported transfer to an infant or a person lawfully declared to be incapable for the time being of dealing with their affairs;
(iii) or in the case of a single transfer of shares which is in favour of more than four persons jointly.
Last updated 3 May 2023
Goodbody Stockbrokers UC
J.P. Morgan Cazenove
25 Bank Street
London E14 5JP
Last updated 26 November 2019
Regulation of mergers and takeovers
As an Irish incorporated company with Ordinary Shares admitted to trading on the regulated market of the Irish Stock Exchange, the Takeover Panel will monitor and supervise a takeover bid for the Company. The Takeover Rules promulgated by the Takeover Panel regulate acquisitions of the Company’s securities
Irish Takeover Rules defined as "the Irish Takeover Panel Act 1997, Takeover Rules, 2007 (as amended)".
Last updated: 27/06/2017
Warning against possible Investor Fraud (Boiler room Fraud)
Please be aware that companies, typically from overseas, sometimes make unsolicited contact with shareholders offering to buy their shares or to sell shares on their behalf at prices which can be significantly higher than the market price of the share.
- Remain vigilant
- Obtain the correct name of the person and organisation
- Check if the company is appropriately authorised (by a financial regulator
- Obtain independent advice from a qualified advisor
- Report any unsolicited approaches to the Company's Registrar
- Do not respond to high pressure tactics
To check if the company that contacts you is appropriately authorised to operate as an investment firm in Ireland, check with the Central Bank of Ireland on their website - www.centralbank.ie - or call +353 (0)1 224 4000. In the UK, check with the FSA on their website - www.fsa.gov.uk - or call +44 (0)845 606 1234.