SOURCE: Eurobank EFG

April 20, 2012 15:04 ET

Eurobank EFG Full Year 2011 Financial Results

ATHENS, GREECE--(Marketwire - Apr 20, 2012) - Eurobank EFG (ATHEX: EUROB), Full Year 2011 Financial Results.


  • Operating Net result (-EUR 29m) in 2011, satisfactory despite Greek economy's deep recession

  • Total Net Loss of EUR 5.5bn, of which EUR 4.6bn comes from PSI and EUR 856m from one-off valuation and goodwill impairment losses, which had already affected regulatory capital

  • Total Equity at EUR 875m after the full PSI impact

  • Full completion of Polbank EFG and Eurobank Tekfen transactions improves liquidity by cEUR 3.5bn and increases Core Tier I Capital by EUR 1bn, after the buyback of hybrids and lower Tier II securities completed in the first quarter of 2012

  • Stable Core Pre Provision Income at EUR 1.2bn, despite the crisis

  • Bad debt provisions rise by 4.7% in 2011, while the formation of new past due loans deteriorates in the last quarter of the year

  • Operating Expenses decline by 6.4% in 2011 and 15.5% in the last three years

  • Southeast Europe Net Profit at EUR 60m, with Core Profit rising notably

Eurobank EFG Full Year 2011 Financial Results Press Release:
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Eurobank EFG Full Year 2011 Financial Results Presentation:
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About Eurobank EFG
Eurobank EFG group is a European banking organization with total assets of EUR 81.6 bn, employing over 20,000 people and offering products and services through a network of 1,600 branches, business centres and points of sale, as well as through alternative distribution channels.

Eurobank EFG group has a systemic presence in 10 countries: Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Turkey, Poland, Ukraine, the UK, Luxembourg and Cyprus. It is a member of the EFG Group, an international banking group present in 40 countries.

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