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Moneta Money Bank signs deal for Wustenrot's Czech assets
Moneta says plans acquisiton of Wuestenrot Czech assets
Moneta Money Bank EGM approves dividend, share buyback
Moneta Money Bank as is a Czech Republic-based retail and expanding small and medium enterprises (SME) bank. The Company holds an universal banking licence and provides a range of retail and SME-focused financial products and services. The Company operates through a national distribution network of 229 branches and through alternative distribution channels, such as the internet, its call centre, auto dealers, brokers and approximately 4,700 leasing partners. The Company together with its controlled subsidiaries offers current accounts, savings accounts, term deposits and transactional banking products including payment services and debit cards, consumer loans, credit cards, overdrafts, mortgages and auto loans, auto leases and other complementary products such as bancassurance and sales of investment funds.
Vyskocilova 1422/1a, Praha 4 - Michle
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Carl Normann Voekt
Vice Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Risk Officer
Chief Financial Officer; Senior Manager Product Finance, Finance; Member of the Management Board
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Czech lender Moneta Money Bank will stay committed to its dividend guidance for 2019 and 2020 as it completes a planned acquisition of the Czech building savings and mortgage business from Germany's Wuestenrot & Wuerttembergische, Chief Executive Tomas Spurny said.
Czech lender MONETA Money Bank increased its planned dividend payout for the next three years on Thursday and said it would seek approval for a share buyback programme.
Shares in Czech lender MONETA Money Bank rose on Wednesday after Home Credit Group pulled out of a deal to sell its Czech and Slovak businesses to the bank after MONETA lowered its proposed offer price following shareholder pressure.
Consumer finance group Home Credit pulled out of a planned deal to sell its Czech and Slovak operations as well as lender Air Bank to Czech peer MONETA Money Bank, balking at a call for a price cut.
Consumer finance group Home Credit has pulled out of a planned deal to sell its Czech and Slovak operations as well as growing lender Air Bank to the Czech peer MONETA Money Bank, Home Credit said on Tuesday.
Czech lender MONETA Money Bank said on Thursday it was lowering its offer for rival Air Bank and other assets belonging to Home Credit Group, after seeking better terms following discussions with its own shareholders.
MONETA Money Bank aims to let its shareholders participate in a share issue to finance its takeover of Air Bank, its chief executive said, as the lender seeks investor backing for one of the biggest deals in Czech banking in years.
Czech lender MONETA Money Bank on Wednesday proposed a higher-than-expected 6.15 crown-per-share dividend after a rise in its 2018 net profit.
Moneta Money Bank expects the Czech mortgage market growth to be "more moderate" due to the Czech National Bank's recommendations on mortgages, CEO Tomas Spurny said on Wednesday.
Moneta Money Bank <MONET.PR> said on Monday it had provisionally agreed to buy tycoon Petr Kellner's Air Bank and other Czech-Slovak operations in a tie-up that would create the Czech Republic's third largest bank by network.
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