Deutsche Bank provides preliminary update on second quarter 2012 results: Costs impacted by currency movements
Deutsche Bank AG (XETRA: DBKGn.DE / NYSE: DB) announced today, on a preliminary basis, key elements of its second quarter 2012 financial performance.
Deutsche Bank expects total net revenues of approximately EUR 8.0 billion for the second quarter (2Q2011: EUR 8.5 billion). Credit provisions were approximately EUR 400 million (2Q2011: EUR 464 million). Noninterest expenses were EUR 6.6 billion (2Q2011: EUR 6.3 billion). The increase in noninterest expenses is mainly a result of the bank’s U.S. dollar and pound sterling cost base being negatively affected by the weakening of the euro.
As a result, Deutsche Bank currently anticipates an income before income taxes for the second quarter 2012 of approximately EUR 1.0 billion (2Q2011: EUR 1.8 billion), and a net income of approximately EUR 700 million (2Q2011: EUR 1.2 billion).
The Bank’s Core Tier 1 capital ratio was 10.2% at the end of the second quarter (1Q2012: 10.0%), well ahead of regulatory requirements and demonstrating achievement of management action to reduce risk weighted assets. Deutsche Bank confirms its simulated, pro forma, Basel III fully phased-in Core Tier 1 capital ratio of 7.2% at the beginning of 2013, as previously published. Lower full year net income projections will be mitigated by additional de-risking measures.
Deutsche Bank will publish its full Interim Report on the second quarter and discuss the results as scheduled on 31 July 2012.
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