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Allied Irish Banks (AIB or “the group”) is engaged in the provision of banking, financial and other related services. AIB offers commercial banking, investment banking, asset management, insurance advisory and other related services. It has some 276 branches and outlets in the Republic of Ireland. The group primarily operates in Ireland, the UK, Poland and the US. It is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland and employed about 14,501 people as on 31st December, 2011. The group recorded revenues of E4,340 million ($5,619.6 million) during the financial year ended December 2011 (FY2011), as compared to a loss of E3,357 million ($4,346.8 million) in FY2010. The operating loss of the group was E5,108 million ($6,614.1 million) in FY2011, as compared to an operating loss of E12,071 million ($15,630.1 million) in FY2010. The net loss was E2,312 million ($2,993.7 million) in FY2011, as compared to a net loss of E10,232 million ($13,248.9 million) in FY2010.
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