Flagstone kicks off 2022 by welcoming Allied Irish Bank (GB) to the platform

Allied Irish Bank (GB) became the first bank to join the Flagstone platform in 2022 and 53rd overall. Tracing their lineage to 1825, AIB has a strong presence in Ireland and is focussed on growing its Corporate Banking business in Great Britain in the renewable, infrastructure, real estate, healthcare and manufacturing sectors.

 

With a view to increasing their share of the market, Allied Irish Bank (GB) have opted to partner with Flagstone, giving them access to our breadth of investors and market leading insights, while diversifying their source of deposits.

 

Having placed over £10bn of client deposits, the Flagstone platform has unparalleled data in the savings market. As a result, we can provide accurate intelligence analysis of savings consumer trends and estimated inflow of products, based on their rate, duration, and target audience.

 

Allied Irish Bank (GB) have also opted for access to our exclusive Bank Portal, allowing them to examine real time data on their deposits placed by Flagstone clients. The bank can now download several reports and metrics including FSCS data, maturity profiles of their products, and geographical data on their underlying customers.

 

If you are interested in partnering with Flagstone and would like further information on how we can assist you with your funding requirements, please contact a member of our Banks Team on the details provided below.

 

Mark Hicks, Bank Relationship Director

mark.hicks@flagstoneim.com

 

Zach Brookmier, Bank Relationship Director

zach.brookmier@flagstoneim.com

 

Aman Rai, Bank Relationship Manager

aman.rai@flagstoneim.com

 

 


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