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Laurentian Bank Of Canada - Declared A Regular Quarterly Dividend Of 67 Cents Per Share On Common Shares Payable On February 1, 2020
Laurentian Bank Financial Group Q4 Earnings Per Share C$0.90
Laurentian Bank Of Canada Q3 Adjusted Earnings Per Share C$1.15
Laurentian Bank of Canada is a Canada-based Chartered bank. The Bank and its subsidiaries provide banking services to individuals, and small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as to independent advisors across Canada. It also operates as a full-service brokerage firm. The Bank's loan portfolio consists of personal loans, residential mortgage loans, commercial mortgage loans and commercial loans, including acceptances and finance lease receivables. The Bank offers financing products, such as Visa credit cards, Personal line of credit, Personal loan and Student loan. Its mortgage products include Homeowner's Kit, Equity line of credit, Mortgage with cashback, Variable-rate mortgage and Fixed-rate mortgage. Its investment products include, Fixed-rate investments, Indexed investments, Mutual funds, Registered plans and Bank securities. It also offers various personal banking services under categories, such as My Family, My Career, My Dream, My First Home, My Renovations and My Savings.
1420-1981 McGill College Ave
Michael P. Mueller
Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Non-independent Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice-President - Finance, Treasury, Capital Markets
Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Officer
Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
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Laurentian Bank of Canada's <LB.TO> third-quarter earnings missed market expectations, hurt by costs related to restructuring, lower margins and a fall in residential mortgage sales, sending its shares to the lowest level since January 2016.
Laurentian Bank of Canada said on Tuesday it had repurchased mortgages worth C$135 million ($103 million) after a review found they had been incorrectly sold to Canada's federal housing agency.
Canadian lender Laurentian Bank <LB.TO> said an audit had found "documentation issues and client misrepresentations" on some mortgages it had sold to another company, triggering the worst one-day selloff in its shares since 2009.
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