I have always viewed A I B as the Irish equivalent of Barclays - A bit flashy and prone to accidents over the years. I have always used Bank of Ireland, but on my last visit when I had arranged for funds to be available to me and confirmed my request in writing - they lost my letter. I wanted cash on this occasion which I got in the end, but imagine my dismay when they couldn't provide me with any 100 Euro notes.
I got them in the end - exchanged for 50's from the A I B branch higher up the… Read More
Hi All, could I get opinions please if one person (that wd be me) had to decide between AIB or BoI in order to purchase shares. In favor of BoI I see is a more solid , robust bank (or that´s what i think not being an expert) ,against is the fact that I believe is more exposed to the UK market. With AIB the opposite , less exposed to the UK but less solid as well. My question is , that " redemption of shares" (???, as i said i am no expert) by the Government (if it happens)… Read More
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