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03. Mai 2007   

Service in move to consolidate credit ratings



Deutsche Börse AG announced today that it terminated its contract with
Moody’s Investors Services to provide long and short term credit rating
coverage. Moody’s Investors Service currently rates Deutsche Börse AG Aa1
(stable outlook) (long term) and P1 (short term).

The step comes as Deutsche Börse consolidates its outstanding credit
ratings. Deutsche Börse AG will continue to be rated by Standard & Poor’s,
which also rates Deutsche Börse’s subsidiary Clearstream Banking S.A.

Deutsche Börse AG is currently rated AA (stable) (long term) and A1+ (short
term) by Standard & Poor’s. Clearstream Banking S.A. is currently rated AA
(stable) (long term) and F1+ (short term) by Fitch Ratings.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    

26. Apr 2007   

Dublin/Frankfurt, 25 April 2007.

DEPFA BANK plc is pleased to announce the appointment of Cyril Dunne (47) as Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Executive Committee. His appointment, which takes effect from 14 May 2007, completes the Executive Committee of DEPFA BANK.

Cyril Dunne´s wealth of experience will further strengthen DEPFA BANK’s ability to realise its growth potential. His key responsibility will be to ensure that DEPFA has a world class operational infrastructure that will enable the company to continue its global expansion in a highly competitive marketplace.

Cyril Dunne joins DEPFA from Bank of Ireland Group where he was Group Transformation Director, and Member of the Group Executive Committee.

Previously, Cyril Dunne was Strategic Development Director and IT Director for Tesco plc in the U.K. and for Tesco Ireland respectively. He also has held senior positions with Irish Permanent Building Society and Allied Irish Banks plc.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    

25. Apr 2007   

The Annual General Shareholders Meeting (AGM) of ING Groep N.V. today adopted the 2006 Annual Accounts and declared a total dividend for 2005 of EUR 1.32 per (depositary receipt for an) ordinary share. The dividend, as announced on 16 February 2006, represents an increase of 12% from EUR 1.18 for 2005. Taking into account the interim dividend of EUR 0.59 made payable in August 2006, the final dividend amounts to EUR 0.73 per (depositary receipt for an) ordinary share to be paid fully in cash. ING's shares will be quoted ex-dividend as of 26 April 2007 and the final dividend will be made payable on 3 May 2007.

In addition, the AGM appointed

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'ING Group AGM adopts 2006 Annual Accounts'

20. Apr 2007   

Fortis is pleased to announce that, following the announcement made on 8 January 2007, it has completed the acquisition of Captive Finance Limited. This transaction gives Fortis Lease Group a foothold in seven new countries in Europe and Asia.

Captive Finance is an independent finance company specialised in vendor lease financing with strong positions in the IT, telecom and high technology sectors. Founded in 2000 in Hong Kong where it is headquartered, Captive Finance is active in Asia (Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore) and in Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark).

Philippe Delva, CEO of Fortis Lease Group, commented: "The closing of this acquisition marks an important milestone for Fortis Lease Group in its efforts to build a truly international network in the leasing sector. Besides giving Fortis Lease access to seven new countries - each with tremendous growth potential - Captive has developed some unique skills, among which strong remarketing capabilities for the leased equipment.''

The total value of Captive's Asian portfolio has grown strongly over the past year, rising to a contract value of USD 64.4 million (EUR 47.9 million), or up 19.8% from a year ago. Singapore and Malaysia were the two key drivers of growth in new leases in Asia.

This acquisition is in line with Fortis's strategy to grow in Europe and selectively in Asia and North America. Fortis recently strengthened its presence in Asia through its joint venture agreement for bancassurance in India, and in March 2007 with the acquisition of a majority stake in PCI, a Hong Kong-based major life insurer.

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    

16. Apr 2007   

New York, NY -- Citigroup Inc. today reported net income for the 2007 first quarter of $5.01 billion, or $1.01 per share. Results include a previously disclosed charge of $1.38 billion, or $871 million after-tax, related to a structural expense review conducted during the quarter. Excluding the charge, net income was $5.88 billion, or $1.18 per share. Return on common equity was 17.1%.

"We generated strong momentum this quarter, with revenues increasing 15% to a record, driven by growing customer business volumes. Global consumer deposits were up 12% and global consumer loans grew 11%. In our international franchises, revenues grew 18%, led by international markets & banking revenue up 20%. Our revenue growth combined with improving expense management and, after adjusting for certain non-recurring items, we generated positive operating leverage. Offsetting our improved revenue and expense performance were higher credit costs and a lower level of tax benefits

Verfasst von  A.Schuetz

    weiterlesen... 'Citi Reports First Quarter 2007 Earnings'

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