International bank – NA Golovu http://nagolovu.com/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 11:08:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nagolovu.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png International bank – NA Golovu http://nagolovu.com/ 32 32 Commercial International Bank Egypt acquires 15% stake in El Sewedy Engineering Industries https://nagolovu.com/commercial-international-bank-egypt-acquires-15-stake-in-el-sewedy-engineering-industries/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 10:53:34 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/commercial-international-bank-egypt-acquires-15-stake-in-el-sewedy-engineering-industries/ Commercial International Bank Egypt (CIB) (COMI) has acquired a 15% stake in El Sewedy Engineering Industries (SEI), a subsidiary of the Zaki El Sewedy Group, CIB announced in a press release on September 8. The acquisition was executed through a capital increase by SEI, Egypt’s largest private sector bank said. SEI will use the proceeds […]]]>

Commercial International Bank Egypt (CIB) (COMI) has acquired a 15% stake in El Sewedy Engineering Industries (SEI), a subsidiary of the Zaki El Sewedy Group, CIB announced in a press release on September 8.

The acquisition was executed through a capital increase by SEI, Egypt’s largest private sector bank said.

SEI will use the proceeds of the transaction to fund future expansions in local and regional markets, CIB added.

Through the capital increase, SEI aims to increase its stake in Arab Industrial and International Trading Co to 68.14% and in Elsewedy Lighting to 66.67%.

At the same time, CIB aims to increase the bank’s return on equity (RoE) by investing in the capital of SEI.

This operation is part of CIB’s notable role in providing direct investment services to companies as one of the financing solutions to meet the needs of clients.

Ironwood Investments acted as financial advisor for the transaction with SEI, while Talaat Law Office acted as legal advisor.

In addition, Ernst & Young Egypt and Intercap Capital were financial advisers to CIB, and Matouk Bassiouny and Hennawy acted as legal advisers to the bank.

CIB is the leading private sector bank in Egypt, operating in corporate banking, investment banking, retail banking, treasury and capital market services, and others.

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Gulf International Bank continues its partnership with fintench provider, Beehive https://nagolovu.com/gulf-international-bank-continues-its-partnership-with-fintench-provider-beehive/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 16:15:18 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/gulf-international-bank-continues-its-partnership-with-fintench-provider-beehive/ Al-Khobar: Gulf International Bank – Saudi Arabia (GIB) today announced that it will continue its partnership with Beehive, a regional fintech pioneer, to provide financing capabilities to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in through the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The strategic partnership, which began in 2020, created and brought to market a new […]]]>

Al-Khobar: Gulf International Bank – Saudi Arabia (GIB) today announced that it will continue its partnership with Beehive, a regional fintech pioneer, to provide financing capabilities to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in through the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The strategic partnership, which began in 2020, created and brought to market a new digital finance platform GIB to ensure fast and efficient access to finance for this important and fast-growing business segment using Beehive.

The platform is fully digital and includes a sophisticated online decision-making and lending process to provide faster and more accessible financing. The platform provides working capital financing, a flexible short-term solution to quickly improve cash flow for up to four months, or term financing for creditworthy MSMEs looking to grow for a financing period of up to up to 36 months. Funding ranges from SAR 100,000 to SAR 3 million, with the platform having facilitated MSMEs in the Kingdom since its launch.

Commenting Khaled Abbas, Head of Wholesale Banking at GIB Group, said, “We are very pleased to announce the continuation of our partnership with Beehive and we plan to further strengthen our capabilities and financing facilities for MSME clients. . It turned out to be a great success. By streamlining access to finance, we have helped companies in this important segment of the market to accelerate their development and, in turn, to strengthen economic growth and the achievement of the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

Peter Tavener, Group CFO and COO of Beehive said, “We are delighted to continue working alongside GIB to provide MSMEs with better access to finance. And are convinced that we can continue to strengthen this essential part of the Saudi economy. We are pleased to see the momentum towards innovation and competition in FinTech created by the Financial Sector Development Program to achieve the 2030 goals.

To find out more or apply, MSMEs can visit: www.gib.com/en/msme.

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Saudi Export-Import Bank signs MoU with BOK International Bank (Bahrain) https://nagolovu.com/saudi-export-import-bank-signs-mou-with-bok-international-bank-bahrain/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 05:09:48 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/saudi-export-import-bank-signs-mou-with-bok-international-bank-bahrain/ Riyadh: Saudi Export-Import (EXIM) Bank has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the foreign branch of BOK International Bank (Bahrain branch), aimed at exploring aspects of cooperation to enter into the provision of credit that support Saudi non-oil exporting countries, and according to the bank’s orientation to establish local and international partnerships. The […]]]>

Riyadh: Saudi Export-Import (EXIM) Bank has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the foreign branch of BOK International Bank (Bahrain branch), aimed at exploring aspects of cooperation to enter into the provision of credit that support Saudi non-oil exporting countries, and according to the bank’s orientation to establish local and international partnerships.

The MoU was signed by the CEO of EXIM Bank, Eng. Saad bin Abdulaziz Al-Khalb and CEO of BOK International Bank (Bahrain Branch) Ahmed Darwish at the EXIM Bank headquarters in Riyadh, in the presence of senior leaders from both sides.

Eng. Al-Khalb said the signing of the MoU with BOK International Bank (Bahrain Branch) is part of EXIM Bank’s continued efforts to increase support for the export of services and products. non-oil Saudi Arabia and to enhance cross-border trade, adding that EXIM Bank is seeking to establish more effective partnerships with national and international financial institutions, with which the Bank works to provide credit solutions in line with the objectives and aspirations of the Vision 2030 of the Kingdom to develop non-oil exports and build a sustainable and dynamic environment and diversified economy.

For his part, Darwish explained that this agreement opens cooperation prospects that increase investment opportunities and contribute to strengthening international trade between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, in addition to opening channels of cooperation with the banking sector. of the region that contribute to enhancing the efficiency of export activities to and from Saudi Arabia, as it is a meeting point for international trade.

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Arab African International Bank’s own-source profits exceed $90 million in H1-22 https://nagolovu.com/arab-african-international-banks-own-source-profits-exceed-90-million-in-h1-22/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 07:37:42 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/arab-african-international-banks-own-source-profits-exceed-90-million-in-h1-22/ Cairo – The Arab African International Bank (AAIB) recorded an increase in its autonomous net profit after tax to $90.49 million in the first half (H1) 2022, compared to $70.66 million in H1-21. Earnings per share (EPS) were $0.82 in the Jan-June 2022 period, up from $0.64 in the same period a year earlier, according […]]]>

Cairo – The Arab African International Bank (AAIB) recorded an increase in its autonomous net profit after tax to $90.49 million in the first half (H1) 2022, compared to $70.66 million in H1-21.

Earnings per share (EPS) were $0.82 in the Jan-June 2022 period, up from $0.64 in the same period a year earlier, according to financial results.

Additionally, net interest income reached $192.56 million in H1-22 from $163.51 million in H1-21.

In the first six months (6M) of 2022, the lender recorded net income from fees and commissions worth $28.80 million, compared to $30.95 million in H1-21.

During the second quarter (Q2) of 2022, the bank’s self-sustaining net profit after tax was $35.86 million, down from $38.43 million in Q2-21.

Meanwhile, standalone EPS declined to $0.33 in April-June 2022 from $0.35 in Q2-21.

Net interest income jumped to $90.74 million in Q2-22 from $82.07 million in Q2-21, while net fee and commission income fell to $12.71 million from $14.53 million.

In January-March 2022, AAIB’s consolidated after-tax net profit increased to $54.63 million from $32.22 million a year ago.

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CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank ceases operations in Dominica https://nagolovu.com/cibc-firstcaribbean-international-bank-ceases-operations-in-dominica/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 09:57:15 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/cibc-firstcaribbean-international-bank-ceases-operations-in-dominica/ CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited announced on Friday that it is ending operations in Dominica on January 31 next year, recognizing “the impact on our employees and customers. “Decisions like this are never easy and are never taken lightly,” Barbados and Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Bank Manager Donna Wellington said, adding “we […]]]>

CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited announced on Friday that it is ending operations in Dominica on January 31 next year, recognizing “the impact on our employees and customers.

“Decisions like this are never easy and are never taken lightly,” Barbados and Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Bank Manager Donna Wellington said, adding “we We made this decision in light of our stated strategy to simplify our structure and following the sale of two of our businesses in St. Kitts and St. Vincent, in addition to the sale of our business in Aruba earlier in 2022. »

Wellington noted that the bank is aware of its continued obligations to its team in Dominica and to their customers during the transition period.

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She said customers and customers will be contacted over the next few weeks to ensure they are aware of the need to transfer their deposits to another financial services institution, as well as to recover any outstanding property that has was used as collateral, but was not recovered after the loan was paid off or in vaults.

Additionally, CIBC FirstCaribbean said it would set up arrangements for customers with loan facilities and credit card services.

“Until we can put the necessary arrangements in place, we will continue to do what we have always done: help our customers make the right decision to maintain their financial health. Our goal is also to support our employees during this transition period. We will continue to keep all of our stakeholders informed of developments as they unfold.

CIBC FirstCaribbean, which describes itself as “a relationship bank offering a full range of leading financial services” operates in 15 locations around the capital.

“We are one of the largest regionally listed financial services institutions in the English and Dutch-speaking Caribbean, with assets of $13 billion and a market capitalization of $0.13 billion,” the bank said in a statement. a statement.

The bank, which has approximately 2,800 employees in 64 branches and offices, said “the face of banking is changing around the world and CIBC FirstCaribbean intends to lead these changes with the expertise, integrity and knowledge acquired in banking in the Caribbean since 1836”.

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North International Bank Partners with Temenos to Launch BaaS Platform https://nagolovu.com/north-international-bank-partners-with-temenos-to-launch-baas-platform/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 23:10:32 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/north-international-bank-partners-with-temenos-to-launch-baas-platform/ By Leandra Monteiro September 01, 2022 Antigua and Barbuda Banking API Composable banking Temenos, a leading open platform for composable banking, announced that North International Bank (NIBank) has commissioned Temenos to digitally transform its retail banking and private banking businesses. Temenos Banking Cloud supports daily transactions, wealth management and loans. Based in Antigua and Barbuda, […]]]>

By Leandra Monteiro

September 01, 2022

  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Banking API
  • Composable banking

Temenos, a leading open platform for composable banking, announced that North International Bank (NIBank) has commissioned Temenos to digitally transform its retail banking and private banking businesses. Temenos Banking Cloud supports daily transactions, wealth management and loans.

Based in Antigua and Barbuda, NIBank serves clients in the Caribbean, Latin America and Europe. For its modernization project, the bank needed a technology partner with global expertise, multi-currency capabilities, cutting-edge technology and proven reliability. The TEMENOS banking platform will provide NIBank with the flexibility, agility and the latest cloud-agnostic technology to adapt to new and developing trends such as banking as a service (BaaS). Leveraging a forward-looking strategy and TEMENOS’ expertise in working with BaaS providers such as Green Dot, Vodeno, and Mbanq, NIBank can create new revenue streams through banking partnerships and non-banks.

As part of its mission to drive economic growth and provide innovative financial services, NIBank has built a strong customer base around prepaid and credit cards. NIBank’s investment in technology, including the TEMENOS platform, has seen it grow to 25,000 active cards today, with plans to expand its relationships with global card giants MasterCard and UnionPay International. In the digital age, it is essential that these experiences are fast, easy and simple.

TEMENOS has been developing and investing in modern technology for almost 30 years. TEMENOS Banking Cloud enables financial institutions to easily assemble TEMENOS banking services and third-party solutions with composable banking capabilities. The openness of the platform and the integrated APIs will enable NIBank to create a fully integrated ecosystem of technology and financial services partners.

Jordán Silva Tugues, CEO of Northern International Bank said, “Investing in technology has been one of our top priorities over the past few years. We selected TEMENOS for its global leadership and expertise in serving more than 3,000 financial institutions, as well as the flexibility to operate the platform according to the size and needs of the bank. Modernizing our technology with TEMENOS Banking Cloud will improve our digital customer experience, increase efficiency and propel us to the forefront of banking in the digital age. We are very pleased with the success of the project so far and the direction we will take next. »

Enrique Ramos O’Reilly, Managing Director – Latin America and the Caribbean, Temenos said, “Disruptive technologies and changing customer demands have led to an unbundling of the banking value chain. The rise of integrated finance means that banking no longer needs to take place within a bank. With TEMENOS, NIBank can offer banking services through retailers and other businesses while continuing to build on its direct customer relationships. We are excited to work with NIBank to modernize its technology and launch it into a new phase of growth and innovation.

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Commercial International Bank – Egypt launches instant payment network to support digital transformation plans https://nagolovu.com/commercial-international-bank-egypt-launches-instant-payment-network-to-support-digital-transformation-plans/ Sun, 21 Aug 2022 07:01:17 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/commercial-international-bank-egypt-launches-instant-payment-network-to-support-digital-transformation-plans/ Commercial International Bank – Egypt (CIB) has launched the Instant Payments Network (IPN) through its digital channels, including internet and mobile banking, as well as the Egyptian Society of Banks’ InstaPay application, in accordance with the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) advice on supporting digital transformation and facilitating digital payments. In June 2022, the total […]]]>

Commercial International Bank – Egypt (CIB) has launched the Instant Payments Network (IPN) through its digital channels, including internet and mobile banking, as well as the Egyptian Society of Banks’ InstaPay application, in accordance with the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) advice on supporting digital transformation and facilitating digital payments.

In June 2022, the total value of in-app payments reached almost EGP 2.6 billion and the number of transactions increased by 500%. The number of subscribers to the service also increased by 286%.

The IPN is seen as a new payment network with the ability to instantly send and receive funds between member banks throughout the day using an enhanced experience and transfer funds between different types of accounts, cards Meeza and mobile wallets.

“IPN is a unique model that will strongly support CIB’s efforts to accelerate digital transformation and change consumer behavior to be more responsive to change, which is an overarching goal,” said Mohamed Farag, deputy director of operations of the CIB. “IPN seeks not only to provide a payment network, but also to offer a new experience that meets customer needs and opens the door to creativity and innovation, aimed at maximizing customer benefits”, he added.

CIB also launched the latest generation of ATMs, offering customers a whole new banking experience, in line with the Bank’s strategy of bringing innovative solutions to the market that elevate the customer experience to new levels of convenience. Excellency.

Improved ATMs feature a touch screen displaying icon-like menus that allow users to view and navigate each icon on the screen. With this new feature, ATMs provide a seamless banking experience with easy-to-use features and options, similar to smartphones, and help reduce the time it takes to complete transactions. ATMs can be easily integrated into bank systems due to their fast programmable nature.

The Bank has also launched the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) on CIB’s enhanced ATMs, allowing customers to obtain and print the IBAN through ATMs.

This initiative reflects CIB’s firm commitment to investing in modern technologies that help improve the customer experience and allow customers to carry out their banking transactions 24/7 with ease.

“This development is in line with the Bank’s desire to offer innovative technologies on all digital channels. It reaffirms our commitment to introduce the latest solutions and technologies in banking services to support customers and provide them with a high-quality, fast experience, in line with the CBE’s vision to achieve financial inclusion,” said Farag.

CIB is an early promoter of the migration of banking services to digital channels through the digital transformation program, “Bank of the Future”, which has achieved outstanding results in the first half of 2022. This is in line with Egyptian government’s efforts to drive digital transformation, aimed at improving customer experience and service quality as well as boosting efficiency and effectiveness.

The Bank has seen a huge 72% increase in the number of digital banking transactions conducted via Mobile Banking by June 2022. Transaction value reached EGP 100 billion, an increase of 83%. In June 2022, the value of transactions conducted through digital channels reached EGP 537 billion, 48% more than in the first half of 2021.

In June 2022, the number of retail customers subscribing to Internet Banking also increased by 26% compared to the first half of the previous year. The value of ATM transactions made also increased by 24%.

CIB’s Business Online services have also seen a major breakthrough, with customers relying entirely on these channels as alternatives to cash transactions and paperwork. The percentage of transactions conducted via CIB Business Online and EG-ACH increased by 36% to reach EGP 317 billion, 51% more than in the first half of 2021. In June 2022, the number of subscribers also increased 60% compared to the first half of the previous year.

In line with the National Government Payments Automation Strategy, the Bank successfully expanded its customer base for government electronic payments for businesses through its Corporate Payment System (CPS), achieving a 30% increase in the number of transactions by June 2022. The value of transactions exceeded EGP 15.7 billion, 47% more than in the first half of 2021. Recent EPC decisions are key to the digital transformation of banking services, reducing pressure on bank branches and reducing dependence on cash. These decisions include exempting individuals from bank transfer fees and commissions that are made in EGP through digital channels.

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Temenos to Guide Northern Caribbean International Bank to Banking as a Service https://nagolovu.com/temenos-to-guide-northern-caribbean-international-bank-to-banking-as-a-service/ Wed, 17 Aug 2022 19:01:04 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/temenos-to-guide-northern-caribbean-international-bank-to-banking-as-a-service/ Northern International Bank (NIBank) is to take advantage of the Temenos banking cloud in the development of its own banking-as-a-service (BaaS) platform. Seeking to digitally overhaul its retail banking and private banking business, Caribbean Bank, which is based in Antigua and Barbuda but also serves clients in Europe and Latin America, this week went live […]]]>

Northern International Bank (NIBank) is to take advantage of the Temenos banking cloud in the development of its own banking-as-a-service (BaaS) platform.

Seeking to digitally overhaul its retail banking and private banking business, Caribbean Bank, which is based in Antigua and Barbuda but also serves clients in Europe and Latin America, this week went live with its new Temenos technology partner.

Geneva-headquartered Temenos, which supports day-to-day transactions, wealth management and lending capabilities, will provide NIBank with cloud-agnostic technology to adapt to the latest financial trends, including BaaS.

The Temenos banking cloud enables financial institutions to assemble Temenos banking services and third-party solutions with composable banking capabilities. The openness of the platform and the integrated APIs will allow NIBank to create a fully integrated ecosystem of technology and financial services partners.

NIBank has cultivated a customer base around providing prepaid and credit cards, but its investment in the Temenos platform has seen it grow to 25,000 active cards today. The company confirmed plans to expand relationships with card giants MasterCard and Union Pay International; citing it as an essential step in the digital age.

Describing technology investments as one of the Bank’s “top priorities”, NIBank CEO, Jordan Silva Tugues reveals that Temenos was selected “for its global leadership and expertise in serving more than 3,000 financial institutions, as well as the flexibility to leverage the platform based on the size and needs of the bank.”

Adding to this, Tugues comments, “Modernizing our technology with Temenos Banking Cloud will improve our digital customer experience, increase efficiency and propel us to the forefront of banking in the digital age. We are very pleased with the success of the project so far and the direction we will take next. »

Enrique Ramos O’Reilly, Managing Director – Latin America and the Caribbean, Temenos

Enrique Ramos O’Reilly, Temenos Managing Director for Latin America and the Caribbean, comments: “Disruptive technologies and changing customer demands have led to an unbundling of the banking value chain. The rise of integrated finance means that banking no longer needs to be done within a bank.

“With Temenos, NIBank can offer banking services through retailers and other businesses while continuing to build on its direct customer relationships.”

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Israel’s First International Bank net profit drops 15% in second quarter https://nagolovu.com/israels-first-international-bank-net-profit-drops-15-in-second-quarter/ Tue, 16 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/israels-first-international-bank-net-profit-drops-15-in-second-quarter/ A man talks on his mobile phone as he walks past a branch of the First International Bank of Israel in Jerusalem January 27, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register JERUSALEM, Aug 16 (Reuters) – First International Bank of Israel (FIBI) (FIBI.TA) reported a 15% drop in second-quarter net […]]]>

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JERUSALEM, Aug 16 (Reuters) – First International Bank of Israel (FIBI) (FIBI.TA) reported a 15% drop in second-quarter net profit on Tuesday after posting a large one-time post-COVID gain the year last, and said he would distribute 50% as a dividend.

Quarterly net profit was 342 million shekels ($104 million), down from 404 million a year earlier when it had “exceptional credit loss income” as it unwound a provision made during the pandemic.

The bank’s board approved a dividend payout of NIS 170 million, or NIS 1.69 per share.

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FIBI said it had NIS 31 million in credit losses for the quarter, following credit loss income of NIS 128 million last year.

The total value of problem credits fell about 21% from the same period last year, and 15% from the end of 2021, he said.

Net interest income rose 21% to 859 million shekels.

The bank’s Tier 1 capital ratio fell to 10.15% from 11.46% at the end of 2021.

Earlier Tuesday, Leumi (LUMI.TA), one of Israel’s two largest lenders, reported quarterly net profit of NIS 1.99 billion, up from NIS 1.67 billion a year earlier. Read more

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Far Eastern International Bank: The consolidated financial report of FEIB for 1H/2022. https://nagolovu.com/far-eastern-international-bank-the-consolidated-financial-report-of-feib-for-1h-2022/ Fri, 12 Aug 2022 10:35:26 +0000 https://nagolovu.com/far-eastern-international-bank-the-consolidated-financial-report-of-feib-for-1h-2022/ Statement 1.Date of submission to the board of directors or approval by the board of directors:2022/08/12 2.Date of approval by the audit committee:2022/08/11 3.Start and end dates of financial reports or annual self-assessed financial of the reporting period (XXXX/XX/XX~XXXX/XX/XX):2022/01/01~2022/06/30 4.Net interest revenue (expense) accumulated from 1/1 to end of the period (thousand NTD):3,421,230 5.Net revenue […]]]>

Statement

1.Date of submission to the board of directors or approval by the board of
 directors:2022/08/12
2.Date of approval by the audit committee:2022/08/11
3.Start and end dates of financial reports or annual self-assessed financial
 of the reporting period (XXXX/XX/XX~XXXX/XX/XX):2022/01/01~2022/06/30
4.Net interest revenue (expense) accumulated from 1/1 to end of the period
(thousand NTD):3,421,230
5.Net revenue accumulated from 1/1 to end of the period (thousand NTD):
5,491,747
6.Profit (loss) before tax accumulated from 1/1 to end of
the period (thousand NTD):1,926,018
7.Profit (loss) accumulated from 1/1 to end of the period
 (thousand NTD):1,649,401
8.Profit (loss) during the period attributable to owners of parent
 accumulated from 1/1 to end of the period (thousand NTD):1,649,401
9.Basic earnings (loss) per share accumulated from 1/1 to
end of the period (NTD):0.47
10.Total assets end of the reporting period (thousand NTD):758,858,797
11.Total liabilities end of the reporting period (thousand NTD):710,580,593
12.Equity attributable to owners of parent end of the
reporting period (thousand NTD):48,278,204
13.Any other matters that need to be specified:None
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