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If you want to continue to use your business card to shop online you will need to download the AIB Authenticator App. See aibgb.co.uk/confirmbyauthapp 

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iBusiness Banking Bank Holiday Message

Monday 2nd May 2022 is a Bank Holiday in the UKFind out more.

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To Log in simply click the iBB Log In button.

If you have trouble logging in using the button, please use this iBB Log in link.

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New iBusiness Banking has arrived

Customers will automatically be upgraded throughout the year.

Responding to Crisis

Our thoughts are with the people of Ukraine and everyone who has been impacted by the current humanitarian crisis in the region. We are refunding AIB International Payment charges to customers who send money to family, friends and charities in Ukraine.

We will apply this refund, and customers do not need to take action. (However, charges may be applied by other banks when making such payments, which we cannot refund.)

As part of the global banking community, we recognise the role of banks in the implementation of financial sanctions and we will comply with all obligations in this regard.

To that end, we are currently applying extra due diligence to payments made from and to Russia. And, as a result, some of these payments may take longer than usual.

This is a rapidly evolving situation. Relevant updates will be posted here.

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For detailed information on iBB, visit our Help Centre where you will also find a range of demo videos.

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iBB Forms

For all iBB related forms, please visit the Online Forms section of our Help Centre.

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Security or Fraud

Please note that Allied Irish Bank (GB) NEVER request any login or personal details via email. If you have received an email asking for your Online Banking / iBusiness Banking details please forward the email you received to alert@aib.ie and then immediately delete the email. DO NOT click on any links in the email. 

This email address (alert@aib.ie) is a collection point for notifications of potential ONLINE FRAUD (for example if you receive an email that appears to be from Allied Irish Bank (GB) or AIB, which you believe to be bogus).


For further information regarding security and iBusiness Banking please visit our Security Centre.

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Take Five to Stop Fraud

Find out more about the Take Five campaign – led by Financial Fraud Action UK Ltd