Michael Noonan - Eurogroup


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The time is right to move to the next stage in A.I.B.'s I.P.O. process as market conditions remain favorable, and I am encouraged by the strong level of interest shown by investors in the offering to date.feedback
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Jun 12 2017
Michael Noonan has been quoted 40 times. The two most recent articles where Michael Noonan has been quoted are AIB could take a decade to fully reprivatise, Irish finance minister warns and Ireland launches long-awaited AIB listing with 25 percent stake sale. Most recently, Michael Noonan was quoted as having said, “I would foresee that under the management of the next finance minister and indeed his successor, that the taxpayer would be in profit by the time it's fully in private hands.”.
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Jan 17 2017

There's a window some time from late May through June and then there's another window in the autumn. So one or the other.feedback

Jan 17 2017

Certainly there's an indication that we might get the kind of values we would require but there are a number of events that would be necessary before we proceed, the issue of a dividend, obviously that would probably enhance value somewhat and then there's the annual returns of AIB which are due out in March.feedback

Dec 19 2016

Apple paid all the taxes that was due for their activities in Ireland.feedback

Dec 16 2016

There remains no fixed timetable for any sale at this time as it will depend on market conditions amongst other things.feedback

Dec 09 2016

At the moment we're constrained unduly by the necessity to fit within a set of fiscal rules where the same rules apply to every country in Europe regardless of his state of development or whether its population is increasing or decreasing.feedback

Dec 09 2016

This country needs a huge investment in infrastructure (because) we've one big problem. By 2050, a generation away, the estimate is that the Irish population will be 6.7 million people as against 4.6 (million) now.feedback

Nov 10 2016

On AIB, I'm asking them to continue the preparatory work. There'll be no IPO in 2016, but I'm holding open the possibility of an IPO sometime in 2017 but that will depend on the advice I receive and on market condition.feedback

Nov 08 2016

The government fundamentally disagrees with the European Commission's analysis and the decision left no choice but to take an appeal to the European Courts and this will be submitted tomorrow.feedback

Oct 11 2016

We never decided we would have (an initial public offering) in 2017, the only consideration is the amount of money we can recover for the taxpayer and we'll sell when we think we're at the best position to get the maximum amount.feedback

Oct 11 2016

The UK's decision to exit the European Union represents a real risk to our economy. The best and most immediate policy under our own control to mitigate this risk is to control the public finances. We must also put in place economic shock absorbers to reduce or eliminate the impact of future economic shocks.feedback

Sep 02 2016

How could any foreign direct investor come into Europe if they thought the valid arrangements they made under law could be overturned a generation later and they be liable to pay back money.feedback

Aug 31 2016

This is necessary to defend the integrity of our tax system, to provide tax certainty to business and to challenge the encroachment of EU state aid rules into the sovereign member state competence of taxation.feedback

Aug 30 2016

As far as I am concerned there is no economic basis for this decision. It's bizarre and it's an exercise in politics by the Competition Commission.feedback

Feb 24 2016

I've seen governments on an overall majority at 41, 42 percent. We're very close to that.feedback

Jan 27 2016 - Credit Suisse

I welcome the decision by Credit Suisse to become the first 'third country' bank to seek to branch into Ireland.feedback

Oct 14 2014

I am abolishing the ability of companies to use the 'Double Irish' by changing our residency rules to require all companies registered in Ireland to also be tax resident in Ireland.feedback

Jul 30 2014

A profitable bank is a more valuable bank, which will, over time allow the state to maximise the return on its investment.feedback

Dec 13 2013

This isn't the end of the road. This is a very significant milestone on the road. But we must continue with the same types of policies.feedback

Dec 13 2013

The real heroes and heroines of the story are the Irish people. They've had their taxes increased, they've had their services cut drastically.feedback

Nov 07 2013

The interest rate reduction and the suggestion that the currency level might go down a little would both help our exports and help our economy to grow.feedback

Sep 06 2013

If we had a credit line equivalent to a full year's deficit, in other words about 10 billion euros, then if something happens … then we have a year's funding of the deficit to allow the thing to work through.feedback

Mar 04 2013 - Portugal

If Portugal takes the lead, will certainly be supporting the position as outlined, but it has been signaled to me already that there will be a discussion at both meetings. There isn't an expectation at this stage of an offer being made to Ireland and Portugal.feedback

Dec 05 2012

When I stood before the house last year, the Irish government was locked out of bond markets. Our 2-year bond yields were almost 10 percent. Now they are less than 2 percent. We have seen a total transformation in only 12 months … We are now well on the road to recovery so let's look to the future with confidence.feedback

Jul 25 2011

It has been recited far and wide that it is impossible for Ireland to get money on the markets. Now we have significant private sector investors prepared to put money into Bank of Ireland and that's a strong signal internationally.feedback

Jun 20 2011

The agreements that were reached have to be ratified by the Greek parliament. So its a normal process, but there shouldn't be any undue delay, so I would like to see this resolved early in July.feedback

Jan 24 2011

What we want is an early election because we have a cabinet now at the constitutional minimum of seven ministers. With a Taoiseach who's lost the confidence of the Dail [lower house of parliament] and of his own party, we just can't have that.feedback

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