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Bankia's CEO Says In Favour of Banking Mergers, Nothing On The Table
Bankia's CEO Says Will See If Bankia Will Participate In Consolidation
Bankia Expects Cost Of Risk To Hover Around 70-80 BP Throughout 2020
Bankia SA is a Spain-based bank. It represents a universal banking business model based on multi-brand and multi-channel management, offering its products and services to individuals, small and medium enterprises, corporations, as well as public and private institutions. The Bank's activities are divided into six business areas: Retail banking, which provides financial services to individual consumers, small and medium enterprises and the self-employed; Private banking, which provides personalized services for high-wealth customers; Business banking, which provides advice and services to large corporations; Bancassurance, which offers retail customers savings, health, life, vehicle and home insurance, and provides companies with business, public liability, transport and credit insurance; Asset management, which provides investment products, and Real estate assets, which is responsible for disposing of the Bank's real estate assets. It is a subsidiary of BFA Tenedora de Acciones SAU.
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Jose Ignacio Goirigolzarri Tellaeche
Executive Chairman of the Board
Jose Sevilla Alvarez
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Gonzalo Alcubilla Povedano
Deputy General Manager of Business Banking
Miguel Crespo Rodriguez
Deputy General Manager of General Secretary
Antonio Ortega Parra
Executive Director and General Manager of People, Resources and Technology
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Bankia <BKIA.MC> said on Tuesday it expects income from lending to rise in the second half thanks to cheap European Central Bank funding after the Spanish bank reported a 76% fall in second-quarter profit because of coronavirus crisis fallout.
Spain's Bankia <BKIA.MC> on Wednesday forecast a gradual recovery in lending income over the coming quarters after it reported a 54% drop in first-quarter net profit because of higher provisions for the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Spain's Bankia on Wednesday said its first quarter net profit fell 54% to 94 million euros ($102 million) from the same period a year ago on higher provisions to offset a potential impact on its business from the coronavirus crisis.
* Bankia may not meet target to return excess capital to shareholders
Spain's Bankia on Friday said it will revise its dividend distribution target to return 2.5 billion euros of excess capital to shareholders that was part of its three-year strategic plan to deal with the economic impact of the coronavirus.
* SAID ON TUESDAY IN VIEW OF THE UNPREDICTABLE EVOLUTION OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE, BANKIA RECOMMENDS ITS SHAREHOLDERS TO USE ELECTRONIC MEANS AND TO VOTE REMOTELY, AVOIDING PHYSICAL ATTENDANCE AT THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING
Spain's state-owned Bankia <BKIA.MC> on Tuesday said it expected lending income to fall further in 2020 from 2019 as rock-bottom interest rates will keep eroding the bank's margins.
Spain's state-owned lender Bankia on Tuesday reported a loss of 34 million euros ($37.7 million) in the fourth quarter of 2019 as lending income remained under pressure.
* SIGNS CONTRACT OF SALE WITH HELVETIA FOR ITS SHAREHOLDING IN CAJA DE SEGUROS REUNIDOS, COMPANIA DE SEGUROS Y REASEGUROS (CASER), WHICH REPRESENTS APPROXIMATELY 15% OF THE SHARE CAPITAL OF THIS COMPANY
Spain's state-owned Bankia <BKIA.MC> signalled on Monday that lending income could fall slightly in 2019 compared to 2018, hurt by ultra-low interest rates which are expected to erode margins further.
Spain's state-owned lender Bankia on Monday posted a 23% fall in the third quarter net profit from a year earlier due higher loan loss provisions.
Spain's state-owned lender Bankia <BKIA.MC> will be unable to meet its 1.3 billion euros (£1.17 billion) net profit target in 2020 due to euro zone interest rates that are projected to be low for longer than expected, its CEO said on Monday.
Spain's state-owned lender Bankia on Monday posted a 31.6% fall in the second quarter net profit from a year earlier due to lower trading income.
The head of Spain's bank bailout fund (FROB) on Thursday said the fund could at a later date consider potential offers from other lenders to sell its stake in lender Bankia but added that the option was not currently on the table.
The head of Spain's state bank bailout fund (FROB), Jaime Ponce, on Thursday said the fund could consider potential offers from other lenders to sell its stake in lender Bankia but said that the option was not currently on the table.
European Central Bank Vice President Luis de Guindos said on Thursday that the Spanish government was still within its deadline to sell any further stakes in state-owned Bankia.
Spain's state-owned Bankia said on Wednesday it expects significant core profit growth this year, as it stuck to a net profit target of 1.3 billion euros ($1.46 billion) for 2020 despite ultra-low interest rates.
Spain's Bankia, majority owned by the state, posted a drop in first-quarter net profit on Monday due to lower trading income as attention turned to privatisation prospects after an election made a left-wing coalition likely.
Spain's state-owned lender Bankia on Monday posted a 10.8 percent fall in first quarter net profit from a year earlier due to lower trading income and ongoing pressure on lending income.
State-owned Spanish lender Bankia will meet its net profit target of 1.3 billion euros ($1.48 billion) in 2020 despite low interest rates, its chairman said on Thursday.
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