National Bank of Canada


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National Bank of Canada Annual Shareholders Meeting

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National Bank Of Canada Announces Nvcc At1 Limited Recourse Capital Notes Offering

National Bank Reports Its Results For The First Quarter of 2021

National Bank Of Canada Has Made Its Pessimistic Economic Scenario More Pessimistic, Increased Its Weight To Account For 'Dark Potential Path' Of Recovery -Conf Call


About National Bank of Canada

National Bank of Canada (the Bank) offers financial services to individuals, businesses, institutional clients and governments across Canada. The Company operates through four segments: Personal and Commercial, Wealth Management, Financial Markets and U.S. Specialty Finance and International (USSF&I). The Personal and Commercial segment includes the banking, financing, and investing services offered to individuals, advisors and businesses, as well as insurance operations. The Wealth Management segment comprises investment solutions, banking services, lending services and other wealth management solutions. The Financial Markets segment includes corporate banking and investment banking and financial solutions for large and mid-size corporations, public sector organizations, and institutional investors. TheUSSF&I segment includes the specialty finance services provided by the Credigy subsidiary and the activities of the ABA Bank subsidiary.


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Contact Info

600 De la Gauchetiere St W 7th Floor


H3B 4L2



Executive Leadership

Jean Houde

Independent Chairman of the Board

Louis Vachon

President and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank, Non-Independent Director

Ghislain Parent

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance

Stephane Achard

Executive Vice President - Commercial Banking and Insurance

Lucie Blanchet

Executive Vice President - Personal Banking and Client Experience

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2.45 mean rating - 11 analysts
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Canadian banks shrink workforces as they invest heavily in technology

Canada's top banks are shedding workers for the second straight year, moving toward leaner operations to satisfy investors demanding returns on tens of billions of dollars that lenders have poured into new technologies.

Higher mortgage rates bring cheer to Canadian banks, but rapid rise could end housing party

Canadian banks' profit margins are expected to get a boost from an earlier-than-expected increase in mortgage rates but a sustained rise could dent home loan demand, which has been the only driver of lending growth during the coronavirus pandemic.

Canada's mortgage rates edging higher in first rise since before COVID crisis

Canadian mortgage rates are beginning to inch higher for the first time since before the COVID-19 crisis, reflecting the spike in long-term bond yields, but with home loans still languishing around historically low levels the modest hike is unlikely to slow the red-hot housing...

Canadian banks' provisions-led earnings beats mask operational challenges

Canadian banks are likely to see slower growth from their core retail and business banking divisions in the next few quarters due to an uncertain economic recovery, but overall earnings could get a boost as lenders claw back some of the C$20 billion ($15.9 billion) of provisions...

RBC warns of credit performance dependence on government aid after profit beat

Royal Bank of Canada executives cautioned on Wednesday that the company's 2021 credit performance hinges on the outlook for government support after its quarterly profit beat estimates on much lower than expected provisions for loan losses.

CANADA STOCKS-Material stocks drag TSX lower

Canada's main stock index fell on Wednesday as weakness in materials stocks overshadowed upbeat earnings from National Bank of Canada and Royal Bank of Canada.

WRAPUP -RBC, National Bank beat profit estimates on capital markets strength

Royal Bank of Canada and National Bank of Canada beat profit estimates on Wednesday, as lower provisions for credit losses and record earnings from their capital markets units helped them surpass their pre-pandemic performance.

National Bank of Canada beats profit estimates on financial markets strength

National Bank of Canada beat analysts' estimates for first-quarter profit on Wednesday, as it set aside less capital to cover its loan losses and as earnings from its financial markets unit surpassed pre-pandemic levels.

PREVIEW-Canadian banks set for earnings decline but investors optimistic about recovery

Canadian banks are set to post their fourth straight year-on-year quarterly profit drop when they report results next week, the longest decline streak since the financial crisis, on margin compression and declining commercial lending, but flattening loan loss provisions...

Canadian banks set for earnings decline but investors optimistic about recovery

Canadian banks are set to post their fourth straight year-on-year quarterly profit drop when they report results next week, the longest decline streak since the financial crisis, on margin compression and declining commercial lending, but flattening loan loss provisions...

Investors prefer Canadian banks to put record excess capital into M&A over share buybacks

Investors are urging Canadian banks to deploy their record levels of excess cash on acquisitions that will aid long-term growth before buying back shares.

CANADA STOCKS-TSX flat as energy drag offsets gains in materials, tech

Canada's main stock index treaded waters on Wednesday as investors weighed weakness in energy shares against gains in the materials and technology sectors and hopes of fresh U.S. stimulus.

UPDATE 1-Canadian regulator keeps banks' capital buffer at 1%, says will lower if needed

Canada's financial regulator will keep the amount of capital the country's six biggest lenders must hold to guard against risks at a record low 1% of risk-weighted assets, but said on Tuesday it stands ready to lower the buffer further if needed.

Canadian banks face revenue growth challenges as focus shifts from managing loan losses

Canada's top banks warned of a challenging year ahead with uneven economic recovery and a slowing housing market seen weighing on loan growth, as they wrapped up 2020 with a surprise quarterly profit beat due to lower-than-expected bad debt provisions.

Canadian banks diverge on FY2021 views after better-than-expected quarter

Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce wrapped up a forecast-beating fourth quarter by Canadian lenders on Thursday, but diverged on their expectations for next year amid uncertainty about the economic outlook.

CIBC profit beats estimates on lower bad loan provisions

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) joined its rivals in reporting a better-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter on Thursday, as it set aside less money to cover potential bad loans arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

CANADA STOCKS-TSX flat as losses in metal miners offset vaccine cheer

Canada's main stock index traded flat on Wednesday, as losses in heavyweight mining and utilities stocks outweighed optimism over a quick economic recovery after Britain approved a COVID-19 vaccine.

Royal Bank, National Bank of Canada profit beat estimates on lower than expected provisions

Royal Bank of Canada and National Bank of Canada beat expectations for fourth-quarter profit on Wednesday, as they set aside less capital than analysts had anticipated to cover potential loan losses.

PREVIEW-Canadian banks' record deposits, sluggish lending to drive 3rd straight profit drop

Canadian banks are set to post a drop in fourth-quarter profits as margin pressures are exacerbated by a surge in deposits to a record and sluggish loan growth.

Canadian regulator says it will not renew special treatment of deferred loans

Canada's financial regulator said on Friday it has no plans to reinstate the treatment of loans deferred by banks as performing assets, even as the number of COVID-19 cases spike and some provinces shut down businesses again.

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