Significant upturns of operating result and net profit
BPL’s preliminary figures are clearly higher than those of the previous year, the operating result being increased tenfold by a much less pronounced impact from exchange rates and an upturn of some stock markets, accompanied by solid performances issued by bond trading.
Financial year close to break-even despite a significant foreign exchange loss attributable to the scrap of currency ceiling against euro. A 20% dividend will be proposed at the upcoming AGM.
The preliminary figures are lower than those of the previous year, mainly because of the results of currencies and forex, which were impacted by the scrap of currency ceiling against euro and the inopportune strengthening of our national currency.
The preliminary figures are roughly in line with those of the previous year. Increase of turnover within slightly lower margins. Stable performance of portfolios for own account. Solvency ratios largely respected.
Further to the ruling made today by SIX Exchange Regulation, the delisting of bearer shares (each having a nominal value of CHF 100,-) issued by Bondpartners SA, has been approved. The delisting will take place on July 8th, 2015 (last trading day on July 7th, 2015).
Bondpartners SA’s Board of directors held, today, an ordinary meeting and become aware of the decision of its chairman, Mr Henri Plomb, not to run for a new yearly term on the Board, after more than 40 years of service.
Bondpartners SA’s Board of directors decided, today, to submit to SIX Swiss Exchange an application for delisting of Bondpartners’ 50.000 bearer shares with a nominal value of CHF 100,- each (symbol BON, ISIN CH0006227414).