ABN AMRO reports first-quarter 2012 underlying profit of EUR 486 million

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2012-05-16   15:06
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Underlying net profit, which excludes integration and separation-related expenses, was EUR 486 million in Q1 2012, compared with a profit of EUR 583 million in Q1 2011

- This decline was mainly the result of an increase in loan impairments and a slight decrease in revenues

- Reported net profit amounted to EUR 454 million for Q1 2012 compared with a profit of EUR 539 million in Q1 2011. In Q4 2011, the underlying net loss was EUR 23 million and the reported net loss was EUR 121 million

- The underlying cost/income ratio in Q1 2012 and Q1 2011 was 58%. Excluding one-off items the cost/income ratio would have been 60% in both quarters

- The remaining integration activities are on track and are expected to be finalised by year-end

- The Core Tier 1 ratio was 10.6%, the Tier 1 ratio was 12.9%, and the total capital ratio was 16.5% on 31 March 2012