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January 6, 2006 - ,

BNP Paribas number 1 in French M & A

BNP Paribas is ranked number 1 in French M&A by Thomson Financial and confirms its position as leader not only for announced deals, but also for completed transactions in the 2005 mergers and acquisitions league tables. The bank is also…

December 20, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – December 20, 2005

This being the last edition of Turkish News Letter for 2005 we wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year. In 2005 Turkey witnessed some major developments in its economy, the following items making the headlines: The…

December 6, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – December 6, 2005

During the past two weeks, the Turkish economic news was highlighted by the following items: PM Erdogan announced sizeable tax-cuts for 2006 with a drop of the Corporate tax to 20% from 30% in line with the government’s drive to…

November 24, 2005 -

BNP Paribas Group : Results as at 30 September 2005

POWERFUL GROWTH DRIVE Group’s Net Banking Income: Euros 5,458mn (+16.8%) NBI excluding BNP Paribas Capital +19.5% Strong Growth in all the Core Businesses: Retail Banking: NBI +11.0%Asset Management and Services: NBI +15.5%Corporate and Investment Banking: NBI +30.4% EXCELLENT OPERATING PERFORMANCES…

November 22, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – November 22, 2005

During the last two weeks the Turkish economic news was highlighted by the following items: The Central Bank reduced the O/N rates by 25 bps to 13.75%. The Current Account posted a USD 540 mn deficit in September 2005 and…

November 8, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – November 8, 2005

The main headlines of the Turkish news in the last two weeks were the positive developments in the different privatization processes. In the Tupras sale the Competition Council approved the Koc-Shell consortium winning bid. In the Turk Telekom sale the…

November 3, 2005 - ,

BNP Paribas continues the steady development of its network of Trade Centers, with a new opening in Moscow

BNP Paribas is nominated “World’s Best Trade Finance Bank” for 2005BNP Paribas is continuing the steady development of its network of Trade Centers. On October 24, a new center opened its doors in Moscow, taking the number of Trade Centers…

October 20, 2005 - ,

SG Corporate & Investment Banking and BNP Paribas announce the successful closing of limited recourse financing for two LNG tankers in the sultanate of Oman

SG Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) and BNP Paribas (BNPP) have arranged a landmark limited recourse financing for a USD 320 million project related to the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. This shipping project is sponsored…

October 18, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 18, 2005

The last two weeks of Turkish news were highlighted by the following items: the decision of the CBT to cut its policy rate by 25bp to 14%, the privatisation/assets sale drive of the government is continued as the cement factories,…

October 5, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 5, 2005

The major headlines of the last two weeks in Turkey included: the Accession Negotiations between Turkey and the EU have officially started at midnight October 3rd following a series of political manoeuvring between Turkey, Austria and the rest of the…

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January 6, 2006 - ,

BNP Paribas number 1 in French M & A

BNP Paribas is ranked number 1 in French M&A by Thomson Financial and confirms its position as leader not only for announced deals, but also for completed transactions in the 2005 mergers and acquisitions league tables. The bank is also…

December 20, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – December 20, 2005

This being the last edition of Turkish News Letter for 2005 we wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year. In 2005 Turkey witnessed some major developments in its economy, the following items making the headlines: The…

December 6, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – December 6, 2005

During the past two weeks, the Turkish economic news was highlighted by the following items: PM Erdogan announced sizeable tax-cuts for 2006 with a drop of the Corporate tax to 20% from 30% in line with the government’s drive to…

November 24, 2005 -

BNP Paribas Group : Results as at 30 September 2005

POWERFUL GROWTH DRIVE Group’s Net Banking Income: Euros 5,458mn (+16.8%) NBI excluding BNP Paribas Capital +19.5% Strong Growth in all the Core Businesses: Retail Banking: NBI +11.0%Asset Management and Services: NBI +15.5%Corporate and Investment Banking: NBI +30.4% EXCELLENT OPERATING PERFORMANCES…

November 22, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – November 22, 2005

During the last two weeks the Turkish economic news was highlighted by the following items: The Central Bank reduced the O/N rates by 25 bps to 13.75%. The Current Account posted a USD 540 mn deficit in September 2005 and…

November 8, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – November 8, 2005

The main headlines of the Turkish news in the last two weeks were the positive developments in the different privatization processes. In the Tupras sale the Competition Council approved the Koc-Shell consortium winning bid. In the Turk Telekom sale the…

November 3, 2005 - ,

BNP Paribas continues the steady development of its network of Trade Centers, with a new opening in Moscow

BNP Paribas is nominated “World’s Best Trade Finance Bank” for 2005BNP Paribas is continuing the steady development of its network of Trade Centers. On October 24, a new center opened its doors in Moscow, taking the number of Trade Centers…

October 20, 2005 - ,

SG Corporate & Investment Banking and BNP Paribas announce the successful closing of limited recourse financing for two LNG tankers in the sultanate of Oman

SG Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) and BNP Paribas (BNPP) have arranged a landmark limited recourse financing for a USD 320 million project related to the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. This shipping project is sponsored…

October 18, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 18, 2005

The last two weeks of Turkish news were highlighted by the following items: the decision of the CBT to cut its policy rate by 25bp to 14%, the privatisation/assets sale drive of the government is continued as the cement factories,…

October 5, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 5, 2005

The major headlines of the last two weeks in Turkey included: the Accession Negotiations between Turkey and the EU have officially started at midnight October 3rd following a series of political manoeuvring between Turkey, Austria and the rest of the…