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22. Mai 2007   

On May 2, 2007, after obtaining all regulatory authorizations required, BNP
Paribas proceeded with the acquisition of Dexia Banque Privee France.

The new subsidiary of BNP Paribas Private Banking has been named Banque
Privee Anjou to reflect its core business in private management and to its
head office based rue d'Anjou in Paris.
With this decision, BNP Paribas is demonstrating its desire to preserve the
characteristics of the subsidiary while broadening the scope of solutions
offered to customers. This approach is consistent with the continuing
efforts to improve customer satisfaction which BNP Paribas Private Banking
has made one of its top priorities.

Marie-Claire Capobianco, Director of BNP Paribas Private Banking in France,
has been appointed Chairman of Banque Privee Anjou. The Board of Directors
has appointed Thierry Girard as Chief Executive. Thierry Girard was
previously a private banker (family shareholding) in the Ile de France
region for BNP Paribas Private Banking.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'BNP Paribas finalises the acquisition of Dexia Banque Privee France, which becomes Banque Privee Anjou, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas Private Banking'

16. Mai 2007   

* Underlying net profit EUR 1,894 million, down 3.2% but flat excluding currency effects
- All business lines grew pre-tax profit with the exception of Retail Banking, which had a record 1Q2006
- Strong volume growth in savings, mortgages and current accounts largely offset pressure from yield curves
- Decline of most currencies against the euro had a negative impact of EUR 61 million on net results

* Commercial momentum continues, particularly at ING's growth engines
- ING Direct adds EUR 5.8 billion in own-originated mortgages, 707,000 new customers in the first quarter
- Life insurance sales up 27.9% in Central Europe, 19.8% in Asia/Pacific excluding Japan
- Net inflow of EUR 14.0 billion lifts total assets under management to EUR 619.4 billion

* ING continues to invest to support growth in mature and developing markets
- Postbank and ING Bank to join forces under a single ING brand in the Netherlands from 2009
- ING Direct has initiated process to obtain license in Japan and expects to launch later this year
- Investment continues in greenfield operations in Russia, Romania, India, variable annuities in Europe

* ING plans EUR 5 billion share buyback to optimise capital structure after funding growth

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz


14. Mai 2007   

Transaction Expands Regional Distribution Network and Adds More Than One Million Clients

New York -- Citi announced today that it successfully completed the acquisition of substantially all of the subsidiaries of Grupo Cuscatlán from Corporación UBC Internacional S.A., the subsidiaries' holding company. Under the terms of their agreement announced on December 13, 2006, Citi acquired Grupo Cuscatlán's banking operations, some of its insurance operations, and other financial activities for $1.51 billion in cash and Citigroup stock.

Grupo Cuscatlán is one of the leading financial groups in Central America with operations in El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras and Panama. It serves more than 45,000 corporate banking customers and 1.2 million consumer banking customers through a distribution network of 202 branches and 263 ATM's throughout

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'Citi Finalizes Acquisition of Grupo Cuscatlán in Central America'

11. Mai 2007   

Robust first quarter result at EUR 1.2 billion

# Sustained strong commercial momentum across banking and insurance
# Underlying loan growth up 13%, or EUR 28 billion, compared to end of first quarter 2006, driven by commercial loans and mortgages
# Net inflow in funds under management since end of first quarter 2006 at EUR 14.5 billion; total FUM climbs 14% to EUR 197 billion
# Life gross inflow rises 40% to EUR 3.9 billion, thanks to strong sales in Belgium and the Netherlands
# Non-Life gross written premiums up 12% to EUR 1.8 billion, driven by all regions and product classes
# Improved customer satisfaction at Retail Banking Belgium in the first quarter of 2007
# Retail Banking adds 211 points of sale in the first quarter of 2007, 186 of which are Dominet sales points in Poland

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'First Quarter Results 2007: Sustained commercial momentum across Banking and Insurance sees strong start to 2007'

11. Mai 2007   

On 4 May 2007, in a meeting chaired by Michel Pebereau, the BNP Paribas
Board of Directors examined the Group's results for the first quarter of
the year.


BNP Paribas once again showed substantial growth, booking quarterly
revenues of ¤8,213 million, up 20.5% compared to the first quarter of 2006.
This performance is due to the successful integration of BNL, with the
first resulting synergies, to sustained organic growth at the Group's core
businesses (+ 7.1% at constant scope and exchange rates) and to significant
capital gains.

The trend in operating expenses

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'BNP Paribas Group: First Quarter 2007 Results'

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