Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.AX)
20 Feb 2017
* Announced offer, and lodged a prospectus, for a new Tier 1 Hybrid, commbank Perls IX capital notes
* New capital requirements weigh on growth (Recasts, updates with CFO interview)
SYDNEY, Feb 15 Commonwealth Bank of Australia , the country's top mortgage lender, on Wednesday posted a 2 percent rise in first-half cash profit, above expectations, as income growth rose faster than costs.
* HY statutory net profit after tax (NPAT) of $4,895 million, up 6%
* Carla Collingwood has resigned as a secretary of Commonwealth Bank Of Australia with effect from today Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SYDNEY, January 18 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA, AA-/Stable/F1+) Series 61 GBP350m mortgage covered bonds ratings of 'AAA'. The Outlook is Stable. This brings the total outstanding issuance of covered bonds to AUD27.8bn. Series 61 is a fixed-rate bond due in December 2021 and benefits from a 12-month extendable maturity. KEY RATING DRIVERS The rating is based on CBA's Long-Term Issuer Def
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SYDNEY, November 17 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA, AA-/Stable/F1+) Series 58 AUD700m, Series 59 AUD1.4bn and Series 60 AUD200m mortgage covered bonds ratings of 'AAA'. The Outlook is Stable. This brings the total outstanding issuance of covered bonds to AUD29.1bn. Series 58 and 60 are fixed-rate bonds and Series 59 is a floating-rate bond. Series 58 and 59 are due in November 2021 and Se
(Corrects date in dateline to Nov 8) By Jamie Freed SYDNEY, Nov 8 Commonwealth Bank of Australia , the country's biggest bank by market value, on Tuesday reported flat first-quarter unaudited cash earnings of A$2.4 billion ($1.85 billion) as margins tightened because of higher funding costs. Australian bank returns have been under pressure from higher wholesale funding and deposit costs, as well as regulatory changes requiring them to hold more capital against their mo
SYDNEY, Nov 7 Commonwealth Bank of Australia , the country's biggest bank by market value, on Tuesday posted flat first quarter unaudited cash earnings of A$2.4 billion ($1.85 billion) while bad debts fell slightly as a proportion of loans.
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