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ENBD Q4 net profit up 8pc to $183m

Dubai, January 27, 2014

Emirates NBD (ENBD), Dubai's largest lender, on Monday said its fourth-quarter net profit rose 8 per cent, missing analysts' forecasts as the amount set aside by the lender to meet loan losses soared.

The lender, 55.6-percent owned by state fund Investment Corp of Dubai, made a net profit of 673 million dirhams ($183.2 million) in the three months to December 31, a statement from the bank said, compared with 626 million dirhams in the same period last year.

An average of five analysts polled by Reuters forecast a net profit of 705.9 million dirhams for the fourth quarter.

The net profit came despite a 40 percent year-on-year jump in impairment allowances, which rose to 1.31 billion dirhams in the fourth quarter.

Full-year net profit for 2013 was 3.26 billion dirhams, up 27 percent from the 2.55 billion dirhams recorded in the previous year.

ENBD said it would pay a cash dividend of 0.25 dirhams per share for 2013. This is the same as the 2012 dividend. - Reuters




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