Goldman Sachs To Advise On Options For Allied Irish BanksMani
The Irish government announced Monday the appointment of Goldman Sachs Group to advise on potential capital restructuring at Allied Irish Banks, once the country’s largest High Street lender.
Allied Irish Banks was nationalized in 2010 as numerous Irish financial institutions collapsed after the bursting of a property bubble, and its failure cost taxpayers €21 billion.
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