AIB by far the least trusted
ALLIED Irish Bank (AIB) may be one of the two pillar banks announced by Michael Noonan, but it is by far the least trusted bank in Ireland.
Almost half of the entrepreneurs and bosses surveyed said AIB was the bank they trusted least. Indeed, AIB, which was Ireland's largest bank during the boom years, is less trusted than all of the other banks and building societies combined.
While 45 per cent of business leaders said AIB was the bank they trusted least, 9 per cent chose Permanent TSB, 9 per cent picked Ulster Bank, 8 per cent chose NIB, 6 per cent said Bank of Ireland, and 3 per cent chose ACC.
Sunday Indo Business