Standard Bank - Banking & Finance in Afrika (Seite 2)

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ISIN: ZAE000109815 | WKN: A0NEF6 | Symbol: 2RL
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03.04.17 11:07:50
Standard Bank profits increase 3% to N$540 million…
07.10.17 14:14:26
Ergebnisse zum ersten Halbjahr:…

"Standard Bank Group’s (SBG or the group) results for the period ended 30 June 2017 were robust, underpinned by our universal client offering, geographic diversity and increasingly digital capabilities. Headline earnings per share grew by 11% to 756 cents supporting an interim dividend per share of 400 cents, up 18% period on period."
20.03.18 23:27:38
Group results

Standard Bank Group’s financial performance for the year ended 31 December 2017 was strong. The group delivered a 14% growth in headline earnings to R26.3 billion and ROE improved to 17.1% from 15.3% in 2016. The group’s capital position remained robust, with a common equity tier 1 (CET1) ratio of 13.5%. Accordingly, a final dividend of 510 cents per share has been declared, resulting in a total dividend of 910 cents per share, an increase of 17% on the prior year.

Banking revenue growth remained subdued, credit impairment charges were broadly flat and costs were well managed to deliver positive jaws of 1.0%. Banking activities headline earnings grew 10% to R24.3 billion and ROE improved to 18.0% from 16.8% in 2016. Group headline earnings growth was boosted by an improved contribution from ICBC Standard Bank Plc (ICBCS) and Liberty.

Although less marked than in the first half of the year, currency movements continued to adversely impact the group’s reported results, reducing group and banking headline earnings growth by four percentage points year on year. On a constant currency basis, group headline earnings grew by 18%. Despite the dilution impact from a strengthening Rand, Africa Regions still increased its contribution to banking headline earnings to 28% from 26% in 2016, and contributed positively to group headline earnings per share growth and ROE. The top five contributors to Africa Regions’ headline earnings were Angola, Ghana, Mozambique, Nigeria and Uganda.…
17.04.18 00:31:55
Dividende ist da - 5,10 ZAR (ca. 0,34 EUR)
16.04.19 22:21:40
Dividende: 5,40 ZAR
26.09.19 23:35:28
Dividende: 4,54 ZAR
Standard Bank Group | 11,03 €
29.04.20 22:17:57
Dividende 5,40 ZAR, Valuta 28.04.
Standard Bank Group | 5,035 €

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