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Hyakujushi Bank Ltd (8386.T)

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Hyakujushi Bank announces change of chairman and president
Thursday, 23 Feb 2017 12:05am EST 

Hyakujushi Bank Ltd <8386.T> : Says co appoints current president Tomoki Watanabe as new chairman . Appoints Yujiro Ayada as new president .Changes will be effective on April 1.  Full Article

Hyakujushi Bank raises consolidated mid-year and full-year outlook for FY 2016; raises mid-year and year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Monday, 3 Aug 2015 02:00am EDT 

Hyakujushi Bank Ltd:Says the bank raised the consolidated mid-year outlook for ordinary revenue to 39,800 million yen from 37,300 million yen for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016.Sees an increase of mid-year ordinary profit forecast to 11,300 million yen from 7,700 million yen.Sees an increase of mid-year net profit forecast to 7,600 million yen from 4,700 million yen.Sees an increase of mid-year earnings per share to 25.49 yen from 15.72 yen.Says the bank raised the consolidated full-year outlook for ordinary revenue to 76,900 million yen from 74,600 million yen for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016.Sees an increase of full-year ordinary profit forecast to 18,800 million yen from 15,200 million yen.Sees an increase of full-year net profit forecast to 11,900 million yen from 9,000 million yen.Sees an increase of full-year earnings per share to 39.91 yen from 30.10 yen.Comments that increased investment income and decreased credit costs are the main reasons for the forecast.Sees mid-year and year-end dividend forecast of 4.00 yen per share, raised from 3.50 yen per share, respectively, for the same fiscal year.  Full Article

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BRIEF-Hyakujushi Bank announces change of chairman and president

* Says co appoints current president Tomoki Watanabe as new chairman