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Natixis: Capital Increase Following Ordinary Share Allocation To Some Beneficiaries Of Natixis
France's BPCE does not rule out a listing of asset management -CEO
French bank Natixis posts lower Q4 profits, set for new strategic plan
Natixis SA is a France-based company engaged in banking, financial and investment services. The Company's main business lines are: Corporate and Investment Banking, Investment Solutions, Specialized Financial Services and Financial Stake. Corporate and Investment Banking is comprised of advisory services for development projects, investment and risk management products, and financing of specific activities. The Investment Solutions line combines asset management, insurance, private banking and private equity services. The Specialized Financial Services line provides solutions for retail banks, such as consumer finance, factoring, guarantees and sureties, leasing and film industry financing services. Natixis SA operates through its numerous subsidiaries, such as Gateway Investment Advisers LLC, Hansberger Group, Inc., Harris Alternatives Holding Inc., AEW Luxembourg, Dalenys SA, among others.
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* Natixis asset management seen as disposal candidate -source
French investment bank Natixis said on Thursday it would seek to unwind its partnership with troubled H20 Asset Management and overhaul its equity derivatives business in a bid to ease investor concerns after posting losses earlier this year.
* Natixis: no financial impact from this move (Adds detail and background)
* Aim is to grow all group activities, including CIB - new CEO
The new Chief Executive of French investment bank Natixis , Nicolas Namias, on Tuesday said results of its ongoing business review will be announced in November, when it also expects to provide more clarity on next year's outlook.
* Natixis says CEO Riahi to depart due to strategic differences Nicolas Namias, CFO of parent BPCE to replace Riahi
French co-operative lender BPCE said on Friday it did not intend to file a tender offer for Natixis shares after a media report said it had explored buying the 30% of Natixis SA <CNAT.PA> it does not already own.
French co-operative lender BPCE said on Friday that it did not intend to file a tender offer for Natixis shares after a media report said that it had explored buying the 30% of Natixis SA it does not already own.
French co-operative lender BPCE has explored buying the 30% of Natixis SA <CNAT.PA> it does not already own, the Financial Times reported on Friday, citing people briefed on the situation.
French bank Natixis <CNAT.PA> will merge its commodities and infrastructure operations to focus on clean energy in a restructuring sources said was accelerated by a series of loss-making loans to oil traders.
French investment bank Natixis said on Tuesday it has appointed Barbara Riccardi as the regional head of its Middle East operations and Simon Eedle as the senior country manager for the UK branch.
French investment bank Natixis has opened a corporate and investment banking office in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh and appointed former JPMorgan banker Reema al-Asmari as its chief executive officer, the bank said on Sunday.
* NATIXIS OPENS CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANKING OFFICE IN SAUDI ARABIA AND NAMES REEMA AL-ASMARI AS COUNTRY HEAD - STATEMEN
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French investment bank Natixis <CNAT.PA> on Wednesday reported a 204 million euros loss in the first quarter and dropped its 2020 targets as the coronavirus crisis hit its equity trading revenue and caused it to raise provisions for credit losses sixfold.
French investment bank Natixis on Wednesday reported a 204 million euros loss in the first quarter and dropped its 2020 targets as the coronavirus crisis hit its equity trading revenue and caused it to raise provisions for credit losses sixfold.
French banks, Societe Generale and Natixis joined a cohort of European peers that announced plans to skip 2019 dividends following the European Central Bank's guidance to direct profits toward supporting the economy during the coronavirus crisis.
Shares in French bank Natixis slumped on Wednesday, missing a broader rebound on European stock markets as traders cited renewed concerns over Natixis' H20 Asset Management division.
French bank Natixis said on Tuesday it had agreed to sell a 29.5% stake in credit insurance company Coface to U.S. company Arch Capital Group, in a deal valued at around 480 million euros ($520 million).
* ANNOUNCES, IN LINE WITH ITS NEW DIMENSION PLAN, THAT IT HAS SOLD A STAKE OF 29.5% IN COFACE SHARE CAPITAL TO ARCH CAPITAL GROUP, A LEADING US SPECIALITY & MORTGAGE INSURANCE COMPANY, AT A PRICE OF 10.70 EUR PER SHARE
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