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Initial Public Offering in Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c

The Minister for Finance has announced his intention to proceed with an Initial Public Offering (the “IPO”) of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c (“AIB”) by selling certain AIB ordinary shares to institutional and retail investors in certain jurisdictions in the coming weeks. AIB has also announced its intention to seek re-admission of its ordinary shares to the Official Lists of the Irish Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange.
Following the publication of an approved prospectus in connection with the IPO, members of the public in Ireland and the United Kingdom may apply to purchase shares in the IPO through what is called an intermediary offer through participating intermediaries subject to certain conditions including:
Members of the public can only apply for shares in this IPO through one of the participating intermediaries set out below.
Applicants must be registered as a client of one of these intermediaries before the deadline of 5pm on 16th June 2017. Please leave sufficient time to complete the registration process.
The minimum subscription amount which members of the public may apply for is €10,000 per person.
The allocation of shares to applications from members of the public will be decided on the basis of demand received and may be less than the amount applied for.
The same allocation policy will apply to all applications from members of the public.
Investing in shares carries certain risks and anybody considering this matter is strongly recommended to obtain
appropriate independent financial advice and to read the prospectus, when published.
For further information or to register as a client, please contact one of the following participating intermediaries on the attached Intermediary Offer Document