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bnp paribas (BNP) Snapshot

Open
€50.25
Previous Close
€49.90
Day High
€50.65
Day Low
€49.72
52 Week High
02/12/14 - €61.80
52 Week Low
07/10/14 - €46.55
Market Cap
62.1B
Average Volume 10 Days
8.9K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
1.2B
EX-Date
05/20/14
P/E TM
--
Dividend
€1.50
Dividend Yield
3.01%
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bnp paribas (BNP) Details

BNP Paribas SA provides banking and financial services worldwide. Its retail banking business offers current accounts and other solutions in the areas of corporate financing and asset management; financial investment advice and brokerage services; personal, consumer credit, and mortgage financing; cash management; and equipment finance. The company’s corporate and investment banking business provides financing, advisory, and capital markets services to corporations, financial institutions, and investment funds. It offers structured finance; factoring; specialized financing products, including energy and commodities, aircraft, shipping, real estate, export, leveraged financing, project, corporate acquisition financing, and media telecom; transaction banking products, such as cash management, international trade finance, and liquidity management products; services for mergers and acquisitions, primary equity capital market transactions, financial engineering and balance sheet restructuring, and listed transactions; equity and commodity derivative products, indices and funds, and financing solutions; and fixed income products in interest rates and inflation, foreign exchange, and credit markets. The company’s investment solutions business provides asset management services; wealth engineering, financial, and advisory services to private banking customers; independent financial advice and investment services to individual clients; securities services to financial institutions and issuers, and buy-side and sell-side players; real estate services to corporates, investors, local authorities, property developers, and individual customers; and personal and property insurance products. In addition, it manages the portfolio of listed and unlisted investments, and emerging market sovereign debt; operates as a tracking and analysis centre for disruptive innovations; and owns and manages shopping centers in Europe. The company was formerly known as Banque Nationale de Paris and changed its name to BNP Paribas SA in May 2000. The company was founded in 1848 and is based in Paris, France.

185,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/30/14
Founded in 1848

bnp paribas (BNP) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: €2.8M
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €1.4M
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €950.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

bnp paribas (BNP) Key Developments

The Department of Justice Enters $80 Million Judgment Against BNP Paribas for False Claims to the U.S. Department of Agriculture

The Department of Justice announced that an $80 million False Claims Act judgment was entered against BNP Paribas for submitting false claims for payment guarantees issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The United States filed a lawsuit against BNP Paribas in connection with its receipt of payment guarantees under USDAs Supplier Credit Guarantee (SCG) Program. The program provided payment guarantees to U.S.-based exporters for their sales of grain and other agricultural commodities to importers in foreign countries. The program encouraged American exporters to sell American agricultural commodities to foreign importers and covered part of the losses if the foreign importers failed to pay. The SCG Program regulations provided that U.S. exporters were ineligible to participate in the SCG Program if the exporter and foreign importer were under common ownership or control. The judgment entered by the court resolves the governments allegations that, from 1998 to 2005, BNP Paribas participated in a sustained scheme to defraud the SCG Program. In furtherance of the scheme, American exporters and Mexican importers who were under common control improperly obtained SCG Program export credit guarantees for transactions between the affiliated exporters and importers. In some cases, the underlying transactions were shams and did not involve any real shipment of grain. BNP Paribas accepted assignment of the credit guarantees from the American exporters, even though it knew that the affiliated exporters and importers were ineligible for SCG Program financing, and a BNP Paribas vice-president, Jerry Cruz, received bribes from the exporters. Beginning in April 2005, when the Mexican importers began defaulting on their payment obligations, BNP Paribas submitted claims to the USDA for the resulting losses. On Jan. 20, 2012, Cruz pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud, mail fraud and wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Lone Star Funds Reportedly Hires Rothschild And Merrill Lynch For Sale Of IKB

Lone Star Funds has hired Rothschild Inc. and Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. as advisors for the planned sale of IKB Deutsche Industriebank Aktiengesellschaft (DB:IKB), reported Global Data Point citing two people familiar with the transaction. The sale is likely to begin shortly, as upcoming IKB's health tests put pressure on Lone Star to find a financially robust home for the lender. It is likely to spark the interest of banks hoping to expand business with medium-sized German companies. The people said that potential suitors include BNP Paribas SA (ENXTPA:BNP), Societe Generale Group (ENXTPA:GLE), Banco Santander, S.A. (CATS:SAN) or HSBC Holdings plc (LSE:HSBA). One of the person close to the sale said, "Lone Star has shown that it is ready to exit German banking assets now." Lone Star, IKB, Rothschild, Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas, Societe Generale, Santander and HSBC declined to comment to Global Data Point.

BNP Paribas SA Launches Alternative Business

BNP Paribas has created BNP Paribas Capital Partners out of its old private equity unit. It will be led by Gilles Guerin and is to have EUR 5 billion in assets. BNP Paribas Investment Partners is a Europe-based asset manager and operates a multi-boutique structure.

 

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