New Ordinary Shares commenced trading on the Enterprise Securities Market (ESM) – Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c.

DUBLIN, 22-12-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Further to our announcement of 16 December 2015, the Company confirms that following the delisting of the Existing Ordinary Shares at 5.00pm on 18 December 2015 and the completion of the subsequent Ordinary Share Consolidation, the c. 2.714 billion New Ordinary Shares commenced trading on the Enterprise Securities Market (ESM) at 8.00am today, 21 December 2015

The New Ordinary Shares’ ISIN code is IE00BYSZ9G33 and the SEDOL code is BYSZ9G3, which are effective since trading commenced on the ESM on 21 December.

New share certificates in respect of the New Ordinary Shares held in certificate form will be issued to Shareholders within 14 business days of the completion of the Ordinary Share Consolidation.

For further information, please contact:

Mark Bourke
Chief Financial Officer
AIB Bankcentre
Tel: +353-1-6412195

Rose O’Donovan / Niamh Hore
Investor Relations
AIB Bankcentre
Tel: +353-1-6414191
email: rose.m.o’

Niamh Hennessy
Media Relations Manager
AIB Bankcentre
Tel: +353-1-7721382

Forward-looking Statement
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