Our Progress in 2020


 Supported customers through 66,000 COVID-19 payment breaks

Maintained branch support through COVID-19

Launched €5m COVID-19 community support programme

Extended our partnership with FoodCloud by a further 3 years

Supported SMEs with €1.6bn lending

Established a Socially Responsible Investment Bond Framework and related Bond Portfolio

Financial literacy focus - secondary schools, vulnerable customers, fraud prevention and alerts

Supported five local innovation hubs.

Our Progress in 2020

Material Topics


Our Partnerships

  • Climate Finance Week

    At AIB we believe it is important to support Ireland in its transition to a low-carbon economy. With this in mind we need to consider the impact of climate change in our decision making. This is why we are sponsors of the fourth Climate Finance Week Ireland 2021.

    To register your interest in attending the AIB Sustainability Conference, or Climate Finance Week 2021, click here.

  • Partners with FoodCloud Charity

    Climate change mitigation project, Project Drawdown, has pointed to food waste reduction as the number one solution to tackle climate change. Since 2018, AIB has partnered with FoodCloud, a non-profit social enterprise tackling the twin issues of food waste and food insecurity by redistributing surplus food from the food industry to their network of charity and community partners.  FoodCloud has helped ensure more than 100 million meals have gone to people and not to waste. During the first three years of the partnership 6,300 tonnes of surplus food were redistributed – the equivalent of 15.1 million meals and 20,353 tonnes of CO2-eq avoided. In Feb 2021 AIB committed a further €1.5m to support FoodCloud for another three years.

    Click here to find out more about FoodCloud.

  • GAA

    AIB has supported GAA in Ireland for over 30 years currently backing both Club and County championships. We are proud to continue to support the Club Championships across football, hurling and camogie. The AIB GAA Club Championships, provides an opportunity for the thousands of players, coaches and volunteers who enable the playing and development of GAA nationwide to shine, as they seek All-Ireland Champions status for their clubs and communities.

  • Grow it Yourself (GIY)

    AIB signed up to partner with GIY in the GROW Circle in 2020. GIY is a social enterprise that supports people around the world to live happier, healthier and more sustainable lives by growing some of their own food at home, school, work and in the community.

    Click here to find out more about GIY.

  • Think Tank for Action on Social Change (TASC)

    AIB are very proud to support TASC where two very different communities – Phibsborough on Dublin’s Northside and the village of Ardara in West Donegal – are the first to sign up to TASC’s pioneering new People’s Transition project.  It promotes a participative decision-making model that views climate action as an enabler for thriving local development, more jobs and better and healthier standards of living.

    Click here to see more about the project.

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Click here to find out more about our Economic and Social inclusion response from our 2020 Sustainability Report.

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ESG Ratings

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Related Codes & Policies

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Our Strategy

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Climate Action

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Regulatory Information

Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply.  

Credit facilities are subject to repayment capacity and financial status and are not available to persons under 18 years of age. Security may be required.

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is an authorised agent and servicer of AIB Mortgage Bank in relation to the origination and servicing of mortgage loans and mortgages. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. and AIB Mortgage Bank are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.