BNP Paribas SA (EPA:BNP)

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The Economic Times  Apr 4  Comment 
But at the same time, domestic institutions have been meeting up with the buy figures from the FII side. So it is a quid pro quo kind of situation.
The Economic Times  Apr 1  Comment 
The governor has been extremely realistic and pragmatic about both the actions and the words that he used in the monetary policy.
newratings.com  Mar 31  Comment 
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The Economic Times  Mar 31  Comment 
It is only by the virtue of revival in two sectors which are largest consumer or cement, one is infrastructure and other is real estate.
Bloomberg  Mar 27  Comment 
Distribuidora Internacional de Alimentacion SA, a Spanish discounter, is working with BNP Paribas SA on a potential sale of its French business as the company struggles to grow in the country, according to people familiar ...
Banking Business Review  Mar 27  Comment 
BNP Paribas, France-based global bank, is reportedly planning to eliminate approximately 1,600 positions at Ukrsibbank in Ukraine by 2015, as part of its strategy to overhaul the local banking operations amid sluggish economic condition.
guardian.co.uk  Mar 26  Comment 
Leading shares lose early enthusiasm as Lloyds shares slide after government stake sale After all the gloom surrounding Tesco and its outlook in the light of the continued growth of discounters such as Aldi and Lidl, there was some positive news...
newratings.com  Mar 26  Comment 
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newratings.com  Mar 25  Comment 
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Key figures

BNP Paribas is the largest bank in the Eurozone

by total assets and
second largest by market capitalization.
5th in the banking industry worldwide

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It employs 171,200 people, of which
131,000 in Europe
15,000 in North America
10,000 in Asia
maintains a presence in 87 countries.

BNP Paribas is a member of the Global ATM Alliance.

Ratings of BNP Paribas

Standard & Poor's : AA+ (negative outlook) / A-1+ (short term)
Moody's : Aa1 (stable outlook) / Prime-1 (short term)
Fitch : AA (stable outlook) / F1+ (short term)

In United States

BNP Paribas owns Bank of the West. It has investment banking capabilities via its BancWest subsidiary. it is strong in equity derivatives, structured products and project finance.

On 10 June 2008, BNP Paribas formally signed the final terms of an agreement to purchase the Prime Brokerage Services division of Banc of America Securities.

The deal brings more than 500 clients and over 300 employees to BNP Paribas corporate and investment banking. The transaction also involves the transfer of client relationships, employees and technology systems.

In China

In 2006 Nanjing City Commercial Bank (NCCB) and BNP Paribas have concluded their partnership under which the latter has acquired from several shareholders a 19.2% shareholding in NCCB and becomes the second largest shareholder in the Chinese bank.

BNP Paribas and NCCB are to establish a close cooperation in certain operational areas, including retail banking, fixed-income transactions, consumer finance, wealth management, risk management and information technology.

Capital Stock

BNP Paribas (SA)’s capital thus amounts at present to €1,823,540,634 divided into 911,770,317 shares with a par value of €2.

The shares are all fully paid-up and are held in registered or bearer form at the choice of their holders, subject to compliance with the relevant legal provisions. None of the Bank's shares carry double voting rights.

Share ownership of BNP Paribas as at 30 June, 2008

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Core Businesses

Retail Banking

   French Retail Banking
   International Retail Services
       Branch Banking : BNL
       Branch Banking : BancWest
       Branch Banking : Emerging Markets (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia)
       Personal Finance
       Equipment Solutions
   BNL Banca Commerciale

Corporate and Investment Banking

   Equities and derivatives
   Fixed Income
   Corporate Finance
   Structured Finance
   Cash Management

Asset Management et Services

   Private Banking
   Asset Management
   Online Savings & Trading
   Securities Services
   Real Estate Services 
   Insurance

Other activities

   Klépierre
   Principal Investments
   L'Atelier
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