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09. Nov 2006   

Commercial momentum sustained in third quarter: 7% underlying loan
growth and
EUR 5.9 billion net inflow in funds under management.

* Net profit before results on divestments in the first nine
months of 2006
* Fortis: + 19% to EUR 3,602 million, driven in particular by
the banking activities
* Banking: + 25% to EUR 2,644 million
- Total income +15% to EUR 7,878 million, almost entirely
thanks to strong growth of net interest and commission income

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'Fortis: Buoyant customer activity drives 19% growth of nine-month net profit before results on divestments to EUR 3.6 billion'

09. Nov 2006   

*Robust business performance in challenging interest rate environment
- 3rd-quarter underlying net profit declines 3.2% to EUR 1,654
million from EUR 1,708 million in 3Q2005
- Decline in interest rates leads to a net EUR 196 million negative
variance from revaluation of strategic derivatives
- Net profit 16.3% lower at EUR 1,571 million due to sale of DHB in
3Q2006, release of tax provision in 3Q2005
- Underlying net profit up 20.0% in first nine months to EUR 5,626

*Value creation continues to be good as ING balances growth and
- Risk-adjusted return on capital after tax for banking increases
slightly to 20.5% in 1st nine months
- Internal rate of return on new life business increases to 13.8%
from 12.8% in 1st nine months
- Value of new business from life insurance in developing markets up
22.0% to EUR 122 million in 3rd quarter
- U.S. retirement services value of new business up 33.5% in 1st nine
months despite lower sales in 3Q

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'ING posts solid 3rd-quarter earnings: underlying net profit EUR 1,654'

08. Nov 2006   

Munich, 8 November 2006: The Hypo Real Estate Group has again
continued its successful business development in the third quarter of 2006
and, after the first nine months of the current year, is fully on target to meet
the main profit ratios, and is ahead of budget in certain cases. The
international financier of large-volume commercial real estate has reported
strong growth in all three business segments, combined with increasing
profitability. New real estate financing business has achieved a positive
performance. For the business year 2006, the Management Board has fully
confirmed the forecasts which were specified on the occasion of the
announcement of the six-month figures.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'Hypo Real Estate Group has continued its successful business development'

06. Nov 2006   

ING announced today that it has reached a final agreement with
LogicaCMG on the outsourcing of application management, IT
maintenance and testing activities mainly related to ING's banking
operations in the Netherlands. More than 300 employees will be
transferred to LogicaCMG, as announced on 26 April 2006 at the
signing of the Memorandum of Understanding. The respective works
councils have given a positive advice. The six-year contract has a
value of over EUR 200 million and will take effect on the first of
January 2007.

ING attaches great importance to carefully managing the interests of
those affected by outsourcing and it is pleased that final agreement
on the social plan was reached with the labour unions on 2 November
2006. This social plan outlines the conditions of employment in the
event of restructuring and outsourcing.

The agreement is the first outsourcing contract to be finalised
within the Operations and IT efficiency programme that was announced
on November 2, 2005. The ING Group efficiency programme is on track
and is expected to generate annual cost savings of EUR 460 million,
including EUR 230 million for the streamlining and outsourcing of the
Operations & IT organisation as of 2008.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz


03. Nov 2006   

Bank Branch to Offer Smith Barney's Wealth Management Services

Boston, Masschusetts -- Citibank today celebrated the grand opening of its first Financial Center in Boston and broke new ground by introducing the wealth management services of Smith Barney's Financial Advisors within the bank branch, offering clients two of the strongest names in financial services in one location. To commemorate the event, Charles Prince, Citigroup Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and Mayor Thomas Menino hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new branch, located at 491 Boylston Street.

"Citigroup is thrilled to expand our services by opening our first Citibank Financial Center in Boston," said Mr. Prince. "By bringing Citibank and Smith Barney together under one roof, we can provide clients with both Citibank's industry-leading banking services and the wealth management expertise of Smith Barney. This is a great example of how Citigroup's businesses are working together to provide expanded access and a superior experience for our clients." Mr. Prince noted that in addition to serving new clients in the city, the new Financial Center brings a tremendous opportunity to better serve the one million-plus Citigroup clients already living in the Boston area.

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