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Banco Bpm SpA (BAMI.MI)

BAMI.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Banco BPM aims to pay dividend despite worse-than-expected economic conditions-CEO
Monday, 18 Feb 2019 

Feb 18 (Reuters) - Banco BPM Giuseppe Castagna says::BANK AIMS TO PAY A DIVIDEND OVER 2019 RESULTS DESPITE WORSE-THAN-EXPECTED ECONOMIC CONDITIONS.  Full Article

Banco BPM is not looking at tie-up with Carige at the moment - CEO
Friday, 1 Feb 2019 

Feb 1 (Reuters) - Banco BPM Chief Executive Giuseppe Castagna says::LENDER IS NOT LOOKING AT A TIE-UP WITH CARIGE AT THE MOMENT, TOO FEW SYNERGIES, HAS OTHER PRIORITIES.  Full Article

Banco BPM Sees No Impact From ECB Guidelines On Derisking
Tuesday, 15 Jan 2019 

Jan 15 (Reuters) - Banco Bpm SpA ::SAYS IT SURPASSES ECB GUIDELINES CONCERNING DERISKING AND SEES NO IMPACT FROM THEM.  Full Article

DBRS ups Banco BPM's deposit ratings on depositor preference
Friday, 14 Dec 2018 

Dec 14 (Reuters) - Banco BPM says::DBRS HAS UPGRADED BOTH LONG AND SHORT-TERM DEPOSIT RATINGS OF BANCO BPM BY ONE NOTCH.DBRS DECISION STEMS FROM INTRODUCTION OF FULL DEPOSITOR PREFERENCE IN ITALY FROM JAN 1.  Full Article

Banco BPM says lower staff costs to offset higher debt servicing costs-CEO
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Dec 3 (Reuters) - Banco BPM Giuseppe Castagna tells analyst call::NO P&L EFFECT FROM DEBT COLLECTION UNIT DEAL AS STAFF COST REDUCTION OFFSETS HIGHER DEBT SERVICING COSTS.  Full Article

Banco BPM says situation worse than business plan assumes
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Dec 3 (Reuters) - Banco BPM CEO Giuseppe Castagna tells analyst call::DEVELOPMENTS OF LAST FEW MONTHS LEAD BANK TO BE CAUTIOUS OVER BUSINESS PLAN ASSUMPTIONS ON GDP GROWTH, LEVEL OF PERFORMING LOANS .ASSUMPTIONS "MUCH HIGHER THAN WE'RE EXPERIENCING".  Full Article

Banco BPM studying best combination of consumer finance, bad loan sales-CEO
Wednesday, 7 Nov 2018 

Nov 7 (Reuters) - Banco BPM CEO Giuseppe Castagna tells analyst call::EXPECTS SOME LOAN REPRICING FROM 2019 BUT HIGH-QUALITY FINANCING ALWAYS WELCOME AND BANK WANTS TO GROW MARKET SHARE.STUDYING HOW BEST TO COMBINE RATIONALISATION OF CONSUMER FINANCE ACTIVITIES WITH BAD LOAN SALE, NEEDS "COUPLE OF WEEKS" TO BE MORE PRECISE.CONSUMER BUSINESS AGOS CONTRIBUTES AROUND 80-90 MILLION EUROS TO GROUP'S NET PROFIT PER YEAR.  Full Article

Banco BPM Completes Sale Of The Depositary Bank Business Line
Friday, 28 Sep 2018 

Sept 28 (Reuters) - Banco Bpm SpA ::COMPLETES TRANSFER TO BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES OF DEPOSITORY BANK AND FUND ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS UNIT.TRANSACTION VALUE COMES IN AT 200 MILLION EURO, WITH A FULLY-LOADED CET1 BENEFIT OF 34 BPS.TRANSACTION GENERATES RECOGNITION IN Q3 OF PRE-TAX INCOME FOR THE SAME AMOUNT AS TRANSACTION VALUE.  Full Article

Banco BPM Completes EUR 500 Mln Covered Bond Issue
Wednesday, 18 Jul 2018 

July 19 (Reuters) - Banco BPM SpA ::SAID ON WEDNESDAY THAT PLACED A COVERED BOND 5-YEARS AND TWO.MONTHS LONG ("OBBLIGAZIONI BANCARIE GARANTITE") FOR EUR 500 MLN TO INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS .THE PLACEMENT IS PART OF THE COMPANY'S EUR 10 BLN OBG PROGRAMME (BPM COVERED BOND 2).THE COVERED BOND ISSUANCE HAS A YIELD EQUAL TO REFERENCE MID-SWAP RATE + 95 BASIS POINTS, A FIXED RATE COUPON OF 1.125 PCT AND A MATURITY DATE ON THE SEPT. 25, 2023.THE TRANSACTION WAS OVER-SUBSCRIBED, WITH ORDERS FOR MORE THAN EUR 600 MLN.  Full Article

Cerberus working on offer for Banco BPM bad loans, debt recovery unit
Thursday, 5 Jul 2018 

July 5 (Reuters) - Cerberus senior advisor for Europe Roberto Nicastro says::WORKING ON A POSSIBLE OFFER FOR BAD LOANS AND DEBT RECOVERY BUSINESS PUT UNDER DISPOSAL BY BANCO BPM.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-Italian payment services group SIA may list on stock market -CEO

MILAN, Feb 20 Italian payment services group SIA is considering an initial public offering which could value the company at 3.5 billion euros ($4 billion), Chief Executive Nicola Cordone said on Wednesday.