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Money: Landesbanken: NordLB will probably continue to keep evaluation losses in the loss zone

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Die norddeutsche Landesbank kommt nicht aus den roten Zahlen. Foto: dpahttp://img-s-msn-com.akamaized.net/tenant/amp/entityid/AA11iSGs.img?h=152&w=270&m=6&q=60&o=f&l=f © provided by Handelsblatt The Norddeutsche Landesbank does not come from the red. Photo: Dpadata portal copyright =

The input tax loss of the Landesbank is around 90 million euros. Above all, the current interest rate level and ongoing pension obligations burdened the result.

Despite the attractive business, the Norddeutsche Landesbank (NordLB) remains in the red in the first half of the year. From January to June, input tax loss was 90 million euros, the Hanoverian Bank said on Wednesday. The reason for this is negative evaluation effects related to pension obligations due to the rising interest rates on the capital market.

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NordLB boss Jörg Frischholz emphasized, however, it runs well with the bank. The manager referred to rising interest and commission surpluses and a plus for new loans from over 70 percent to around ten billion euros. "The good new business development gives us a tailwind for the coming months."

backing despite the loss, the CEO since January received from the majority owner of Lower Saxony, who sees the bank on course after the renovation. "The significant increase in new business shows that the realignment works and the business model is wearing," said State Finance Minister and NordLB supervisory board head Reinhold Hilbers.

When financing renewable energies, the NordLB makes an important contribution to the energy transition. Apart from the negative evaluation effects, the numbers showed "that the bank is on the right track".

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The evaluation effects had already revised an input tax loss of 99 million euros in the first quarter (after taxes 78). Between April and June alone, despite the weakening economy and uncertainty due to the Ukraine War and the gas crisis, the bank was able to earn a post-tax profit of 15 million euros.

For the year 2022, management maintains the goal of wanting to exceed the result from last year. Frischholz said that the bank's realignment was successful. "This will also be reflected more clearly in our future results."

The interest effect is particularly evident in the result of the so-called fair value rating. This had a negative impact on the profit and loss account, but at the same time relieved the bank's equity, the NordLB said. The balance sheet equity of 5.8 billion euros at the end of 2021 has now increased to 6.2 billion euros.

The NordLB is on a shrink course after it had to be saved by its owners with 3.6 billion euros at the end of 2019 due to lazy ship loans. The institute will become smaller in the future and separate from the ship's business. The number of employees is to be halved at around 3000.

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