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    Results
    2022-05-03

    Results as at 31 March 2022

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    Others
    2022-05-03

    GTS 2025 Strategic Plan: “Operational Efficiency and Technology” and “Sustainable Finance and CSR” components

  • Group of documents (5 documents)
    Results
    2022-02-08

    Results as at 31 December 2021

Audio replay of the analysts' conference call until 18 May 2022. The presentation of the results is accompanied by a presentation of the “Operational Efficiency and Technology” and “Sustainable Finance and CSR” components of the GTS 2025 Strategic Plan.
Replay

Results as at 31 March 2022

SOLID RESULTS

BNP Paribas achieved a robust performance on the back of its diversified and integrated model and its prudent risk management.
The Group’s diversification and ability to accompany clients and the economy in a comprehensive way continued to drive strong growth in activity and results in the first quarter 2022.
This was seen in the strong momentum achieved this quarter, which was sustained by strategic developments realised in 2021 and 2022 and initiatives backed by all business lines within the GTS 2025 plan. This momentum is already supporting a solid trajectory in 2022. BNP Paribas is benefiting more than ever from the strengths of its model in generating growth greater than the underlying economy and thus confirms the Group’s overall objectives for 2025.

The Group is mobilising more than ever all of its resources and business lines to support individuals, corporates and institutionals in all phases of the economic cycle.

Jean-Laurent Bonnafé, BNP PARIBAS CEO

                                               consult the press release  

The latest figures

  • REVENUES
    10.4 %
    vs. 1Q21
    at constant scope and exchange rates
  • OPERATING EXPENSES
    7.0 %
    vs. 1Q21
    at constant scope and exchange rates, excl. IFRIC 21
  • COST OF RISK
    20 bps
    (30 bps excluding BancWest)
  • NET INCOME
    2,108 M€
    +19.2% vs. 1Q21
  • CET1 RATIO
    12.4 %

The results in a few words

  • Solid results
    A good business drive at the start of the year consolidating 2022 trajectory
  • Very strong growth in revenues
  • Strong operational performance
    Positive jaws effect
  • Cost of risk at a very low level
  • Very strong increase in net income
  • Robust balance sheet

 

BNP Paribas key figures

 

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017
Total assets 2 634 444 2 488 491 2 164 713 2 040 836 1 960 252
Customer deposits 957 684 940 991 834 667 796 548 766 890
Customer loans gross 814 000 809 533 805 777 765 871 727 675
Common stockholders' equity 117 886 112 799 107 453 101 467 101 983
CET1 ratio 12.9% 12.8% 12.1% 11.8% 11.8%
Tier 1 capital ratio 14.1% 14.2% 13.5% 13.1% 13.2%
Total capital ratio 16.4% 16.4% 15.5% 15.0% 14.8%
  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017
Revenues 46 235 44 275 44 597 42 516 43 161
Gross operating income 15 124 14 081 13 260 11 933 13 217
Operating income 12 199 8 364 10 057 9 169 10 310
Pre-tax income 13 637 9 822 11 394 10 208 11 310
Net income Group share 9 488 7 067 8 173 7 526 7 759
  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017
Earnings per share (1) 7.26 5.31 6.21 5.73 6.05
Net book value per share (2) 88.0 82.3 79 74.7(*) 75.1
Net dividen per share 3.67(6) 2.66(4) 0.0(3) 3.02 3.02
Pay-out ration (in %) (7) 50.00(6) 50.00(5) 0.0(3) 52.72 50
  • SHARE PRICE
High (8) 62.55 54.22 53.81 68.66 68.89
Low (8) 39.71 24.51 38.14 38.18 54.68
Year-end 60.77 43.105 52.83 39.48 62.25
CAC 40 Index on 31st December 7 153 5 551.41 5 978.06 4 730.69 5 312.56

 

(1)   Based on the average number of shares outstanding during the fiscal yeaR.
(2)    Before distribution. Revalued net book value based on the number of shares outstanding at year-end.
(3)    Following ECB/2020/19 recommendation of the European Central Bank of 27 March 2020 on dividend distribution policies during the Covid-19 pandemic, the distribution of EUR 3.10 per share initially proposed to the Annual General Meeting of 19 May 2020, was appropriated to “Other reserves”.
(4)    EUR 1.11 distributed following the approval of the Shareholders’ Combined General Meeting of 18 May 2021, plus EUR 1.55 distributed following approval by the Ordinary Annual General Meeting of 24 September 2021; taking into account only the distribution of the 2020 dividend.
(5)   Taking into account only the distribution of the 2020 dividend.
(6)    Subject to approval at the Annual General Meeting of 17 May 2022, and not taking into account the EUR 900 million share buyback programme, executed between 1 November 2021 and 6 December 2021.
(7)    Dividend distribution recommended at the Annual General Meeting expressed as a percentage of net income attributable to shareholders
(8)   Recorded during the meeting.
(*)   Impact of the first application of IFRS 9 on shareholders’ equity at 1 January 2018: - EUR 2.5 billion, i.e. EUR 2 per share.