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AIB Capital Markets Structured Finance

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Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c., incorporated in September 1966, together with its subsidiaries (collectively referred to as the AIB Group or the Group), conducts retail and commercial banking business in Ireland. It also provides corporate lending and capital markets activities from its head office at Bankcentre and from Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre. The Group also has overseas branches in the United States, Germany, France and Australia, among other locations. The business of AIB Group is conducted through four operating divisions: AIB Bank Republic of Ireland division, Capital Markets division, AIB Bank UK ...
of these loans is €77 billion (comprising €68bn for the original loans and €9bn rolled up interest) and the original asset values to which the loans related was €88bn with there being an average Loan To Value of 77% and the current market value is estimated at €47 billion. 1 NAMA is controversial, with opposition politicians 2 and some economists criticising the approach. 3 including Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz who has said that the Irish government is "squandering" public money with its plan to bail out the banks. Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a
Friday Newspaper Review - Irish Business News and International ...
See Search Box lower down this column for searches of Finfacts news pages. Where there may be the odd special character missing from an older page, it's a problem that developed when Interactive Tools upgraded to a new content management system. The Irish Independent reports that former Anglo Irish chief Sean FitzPatrick has told the bank he is effectively broke and cannot repay the €70m he owes in unpaid loans. As a result, the bank is now entitled to pursue all assets owned by Mr FitzPatrick, including his family home in Greystones, Co Wicklow.  The bank yesterday began legal action against Mr FitzPatrick as it ... market research, surveys and trends
S&P to Step Up CLO Manager Monitoring
 plans to supplement its process for gathering information about the systems, personnel, and other resources available to managers of S&P-rated CLO deals, the rating agency said Tuesday.  S&P updates this information annually, as well as when it rates a new deal, and said in a release that it believes supplementing the information is appropriate at this time. S&P cites as the reasons behind this decision: the current loan market dislocation, increasing corporate defaults, and growing stress on overcollateralization ratio tests because of a rise in the proportion of loans from ... market research, surveys and trends

AIB CAPITAL MARKETS STRUCTURED FINANCE - Ireland's unique securitisation industry
Fiona Reddan looks back over the key developments in the Irish securitisation sector over the past 12 months, highlighting important events such as: two issuance firsts – the first commercial mortgage backed securitisation (CMBS) and the first residential mortgage backed securitisation (RMBS) of non-conforming loans; the implementation of the Prospectus Directive and the resulting growth of corporate deals listing on the Irish Stock Exchange; the growth in investment in asset-backed securities (ABS) by Irish based investors to €100 billion; the creation of the Irish Securitisation Forum; and the strong deal ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FT Alphaville » Allied Irish Apocalypse
the government not to raise haircuts on the loans they want to send to its bad bank — enough to leave AIB requiring government recapitalisation. The fun must have continued on Monday’s opening, when they were able to watch AIB shares promptly implode. See the chart below (click to enlarge): Ouch. Pre-haircut nerves also damaged Bank of Ireland trading. The grisly numbers from Monday morning, courtesy of Bloomberg: Dublin-based Allied Irish dropped 33 cents, or 19 percent, to 1.37 euros as of 7:34 a.m. local time. The shares earlier sank 22 percent, the biggest intraday fall since Oct. 28. Cross- town rival Bank of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Commercial Real Estate Debt - Not Just an Irish Problem
Following the acres of newsprint that have materialised following the establishment in Ireland of the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA), one would be forgiven for assuming that Ireland is the only country in Europe to experience an economic or property market downturn or have issues with problem debt and levels of impairment.  In fact, despite the very significant downturn experienced in the Irish market, it is facing similar problems to many other countries. With NAMA dominating the headlines, there has been considerable focus in the Irish market over the last 12 months on property debt or more particularly on the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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AIB Capital Markets PLC. 96. 375. N. 0.00. Ecureuil Credit Plus CDO B.V. ... CDOs of Leveraged Loans Review European Structured Finance Report ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Are Revolving Loan Funds a Better Way to Finance Rural Development?
Issues in Agricultural and Rural Finance / AIB-724-05. Economic Research Service /USDA .... nonprofit entities structured to make loans. ... and are used to purchase fixed capital. Many RLF's lend in rural areas. .... market rates and graduate more easily and quickly to private financing. Also, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Managing Political Risk 2009—The Fletcher School
Professor Louis T. Wells is the Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management at the Harvard Business School. He has served as consultant to governments of a number of developing countries, as well as to international organizations and private firms. His principal consulting activities have been concerned with foreign investment policy and with negotiations between foreign investors and host governments. His research interests include multinational enterprises; international business-government relations; foreign investment in developing countries; and foreign investment by firms from developing countries. He was the ...
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