ABN Amro

Q1: CET1 ratio miss plunders earnings beat, affecting buyback potential

15/05/24 -"ABN’s Q1 was an earnings beat but the quarter was plundered by the group’s 50bp miss on its CET1 ratio, which was caused by RWA add-ons and capital deductions linked to the bank’s ongoing model ..."

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