Finans

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23.04.2019 kl 11:43 1330

fra DnB Markets:

"Meaningful capital relief with softer requirements
We see potential financial synergies by moving business outside Norway and away from
Norwegian regulation. Norwegian consumer lenders need to hold meaningfully more capital
than similar Swedish banks. The largest Swedish banks focused on unsecured credit have a
targeted CET1 ratio below 12% (Resurs Holding, Avida Bank, and TF Bank), significantly
below NOFI’s 18.9% requirement. At Q4 2018, NOFI held CET1 capital per share equivalent
to NOK36.1: applying an 11.4% CET1 requirement, which is the average targeted CET ratio
for the Swedish consumer banks mentioned above, would (all else equal) result in a potential total capital relief of NOK2.8bn (NOK14.9 per share), which could be distributed as dividends
to shareholders.."

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