We want to build a bank that everyone can believe in; a bank that is useful to our customers, focusing on meeting their needs and delivering the services they expect. This, we believe, will result in a sustainable bank, one where all stakeholders can have enduring confidence in our operations, our culture and our strategy.
In the immediate years following the financial crash, we have focused on bringing the bank’s finances to a stable position. The completion of the IPO process in which AIB was listed on the Irish and London Stock Exchanges in June this year and the announcement of a full-year dividend in 2017 – our first since 2008 – is evidence of the financial progress that we have made.
We also need to recover and build our social licence to operate. To do this, we must engage, listen, understand and respond to our stakeholders, incorporating the key economic and social issues that matter into our business strategy in a way that adds value, both to our business and to society – shared value. This is sustainability for AIB.
We are at the start of our sustainability journey. We recognise the value that doing this well can bring - for everyone who interacts and relies on us.
If you've any comments or observations please get in touch with us through the channels below
Office of Sustainable Business
Allied Irish Banks
Please click below links for our Sustainability report, our Health & Safety report, our 2016 Carbon Disclosure Project report and our Code of Conduct report.
Please click here for the Annual Financial report 2016