The Supervisory Board of IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG (IKB) has appointed Dr. Ralph Müller and Dr. Patrick Trutwein to the Board of Managing Directors of IKB with effect from 1 February 2021 to help drive the further development of the bank.
IKB has been assigned investment grade ratings from rating agencies Moody’s and Fitch. Moody’s has given IKB a deposit and issuer rating of Baa1 with a stable out-look, while Fitch has announced a deposit and issuer rating of BBB with a negative outlook.
Net consolidated income € 8 million, excluding one-time effects income of € 80 million
Net consolidated income of € 80 million, adjusted for extraordinary expenses of € 48 million from the termination of the silent participations, € 21 million from restructuring expenses and € 2 million from transaction and consulting costs in relation to the capital reduction as well as the termination of the silent participations. Return on equity of approx. 6% assuming a common equity tier 1 ratio of 12% is calculated on risk-weighted assets of € 11.4 billion.
Administrative expenses reduced by 19% from € 192 million to € 156 million
Personnel expenses further reduced from € 99 million to € 81 million. Other administrative expens-es reduced in the Group from € 94 million to € 75 million. Administrative expenses will be further reduced to approx. € 140 million in the financial year 2020/21 and to below € 110 million in the medium-term.
IKB Funding Trust I yesterday announced an offer to the holders of the listed securities of IKB Funding Trust I (ISIN DE0008592759) to approve the amendment of the trust agreement with a view to a subsequent merger between IKB Funding Trust I and the newly formed IKB Funding Trust Merger I. IKB supports the offer.