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TitleMax Opens 13th Car Title Loan Store in New Mexico

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Getting a title loan with TitleMax means you can get the cash you need while maintaining the use of your vehicle.

Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) January 20, 2015

TitleMax, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing car title loan companies, continues to expand westward. It recently opened its 12th location in the Greater Albuquerque – Santa Fe Area and its 13th location in the state of New Mexico. The new store, which opened Friday, January 16, 2015, is located at 1205 N. Riverside Drive, Espanola, NM and can be contacted at (505) 395-2495.

Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Residents in this area can now visit this new store for all of their short-term cash needs.

“The team at our new TitleMax location is excited and ready to help the residents of Espanola obtain the short-term cash loans they need,” said Otto Bielss, Senior Vice President of Operations for TMX Finance. “Getting a title loan with TitleMax means you can get the cash you need while maintaining the use of your vehicle.”

About New Mexico Car Title Loans

A title loan is a fast way for credit-challenged individuals to secure the short-term cash they need. To get a TitleMax car title loan in the state of New Mexico, an individual must have a clear, or lien-free, car title, and a government-issued ID. With these items an individual can obtain a title loan up to $10,000 while still maintaining the use of their vehicle. No insurance is required, there are no credit checks and most loans can be completed in as little as 30 minutes.

There are more than 1,450 convenient TitleMax locations throughout the Southeast, Southwest, Midwest, and West Coast. For more information, or to find a TitleMax near you, visit TitleMax Locations.

About TitleMax

TitleMax, a subsidiary of TMX Finance, provides financial products to people without access to traditional credit alternatives. TitleMax has been a trusted consumer lender for over 17 years, helping hundreds of thousands of people in getting cash when they need it. Since its inception in 1998, TitleMax has grown to over 1,450 stores, spanning 18 states and provides car title loans to over 3,000 people each day.

Please visit http://www.titlemax.com/ for more information on car title loans and how TitleMax can be of service.


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ACE Cash Express Joins the Green Dot Reload Network, Adding 1,500 Locations

PASADENA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

ACE Cash Express, Inc. (ACE) and Green Dot Corporation (GDOT) have signed a distribution agreement, making ACE an authorized retailer for the Green Dot Reload Network. Beginning this month, any cardholder with a Green Dot Network-enabled prepaid card can now reload cash to their card at any of ACE’s 1,500 locations in 35 states and the District of Columbia. Additionally, in 2015, Green Dot will begin selling other Green Dot-branded products at ACE locations.

Green Dot owns and operates the nation’s largest reload network. More than 200 programs representing millions of cardholders utilize Green Dot’s network for reload services through approximately 100,000 retail locations nationwide. Green Dot’s recent expansion into leading financial services center (FSC) retailers throughout the U.S. has met with strong retailer and consumer demand. In just the past twelve months, Green Dot has gone from no distribution in this important customer channel to now, with the addition of ACE, nearly 3,000 FSC locations coast to coast selling its products and services.

About ACE Cash Express

ACE Cash Express, Inc. is a leading retailer of financial services, including payday loans, installment loans, title loans, check cashing, bill payment, wire transfer, money orders and prepaid debit card services. ACE is the largest owner and operator of check cashing stores in the United States and the second largest owner and operator of short-term consumer loan stores in the United States. ACE focuses on serving consumers, many of whom seek alternatives to traditional banking relationships in order to gain convenient and immediate access to financial services. For additional information about ACE Cash Express, visit www.acecashexpress.com.

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About Green Dot Corporation

Green Dot Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiary bank, Green Dot Bank, are focused exclusively on serving Low and Moderate Income American families with modern, fair and feature-rich financial products and services, including prepaid cards, checking accounts and cash processing services distributed through a network of some 100,000 retail stores, neighborhood financial service centers and via digital channels. The Company is headquartered in Pasadena, California with Green Dot Bank located in Provo, Utah.

Green Dot Corporation Contact:

Investor Relations

Green Dot Corporation

Christopher Mammone, 626-765-2427

IR@greendot.com

or

Media Relations

ICR for Green Dot Corporation

Brian Ruby, 203-682-8268

PR@greendot.com

or

ACE Cash Express

Victoria Daugherty, 972-550-5161

Communication Manager

vdaugherty@acecashexpress.com […]

TitleMax Opens Additional Car Title Loan Store in Houston, TX

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The team at our new TitleMax location is excited and ready to help the residents of Houston obtain the short-term cash loans they need.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 06, 2014

TitleMax, the nation’s largest and most reputable car title loan company, recently opened its 267th location in Texas making this store its 66th in the Greater Houston Area. This new store opened Wednesday, October 1, 2014. Residents can now visit this store for all of their short-term cash needs.

The new store is located 8197 Antoine Drive, Houston, TX 77088. Store hours are Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The store can be reached by calling (281) 931-4910.

“The team at our new TitleMax location is excited and ready to help the residents of Houston obtain the short-term cash loans they need,” said Otto Bielss, Senior Vice President of Operations for TMX Finance. “We pride ourselves on providing an exceptional level of customer service in our stores and our newest branch is no different.”

About Car Title Loans

A car title loan is a fast way for credit-challenged individuals to obtain the short-term cash they need. To secure a car title loan with TitleMax in the state of Texas an individual must have a clear, or lien-free, car title and a government-issued ID. With these items an individual can obtain a loan up to $5,000 while still maintaining the use of their vehicle. No insurance is required, there are no credit checks and most loans can be processed in as little as 30 minutes.

There are more than 265 TitleMax locations throughout the state of Texas. To find a TitleMax near you click Title Loan Stores.

About TitleMax

TitleMax, a subsidiary of TMX Finance, provides financial products to people without access to traditional credit alternatives. TitleMax has been a trusted consumer lender for over 16 years, helping hundreds of thousands of people in getting cash when they need it. Since its inception in 1998, TitleMax has grown to over 1,450 stores, spanning 17 states and provides car title loans to over 3,000 people each day. In some instances, TitleMax acts as a Credit Access Business and assists customers in obtaining loans through a third party.

Please visit http://www.titlemax.com for more information on car title loans and how TitleMax can be of service.


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Freddie Mac 2014 Second Quarter Refinance Report

MCLEAN, VA–(Marketwired – Jul 29, 2014) – Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) today released the results of its second quarter 2014 quarterly refinance analysis, showing that borrowers will save in aggregate more than $1 billion in interest payments over the coming year, as borrowers continued to shorten their payment terms and build equity in their homes.

News Facts

Of borrowers who refinanced during the second quarter of 2014, 40 percent shortened their loan term, approximately the same as the previous quarter and the highest since 1992. In the second quarter, an estimated $7.8 billion in net home equity was cashed out during a refinance of conventional prime-credit home mortgages, up from the revised $5 billion last quarter. Adjusted for inflation, annual cash-out volumes during 2010 through 2013 have been the smallest since 1997. In aggregate, U.S. home equity grew by an estimated $4.1 trillion during the two-year period through March 31, 2014. Much of this gain was attributable to home value gains. The average mortgage interest rate reduction in the second quarter was about 1.4 percentage points — or a savings of about 24 percent. On a $200,000 loan, that translates into interest savings of about $2,800 during the next 12 months. Homeowners who refinanced through HARP during the second quarter of 2014 benefited from an average mortgage interest rate reduction of 1.6 percentage points and will save an average of $3,200 in interest payments during the first 12 months, or about $260 every month. About 79 percent of those who refinanced their first-lien home mortgage maintained approximately the same loan amount or lowered their principal balance by paying in additional money at the closing table, down 4 percent from the previous quarter. The peak was 88 percent during the second quarter of 2012. The median age of the original loan outstanding before refinance increased to 7.3 years during the first quarter, the most since the analysis began in 1985 and unchanged from the previous quarter.

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Attributed to Frank Nothaft, Freddie Mac vice president and chief economist:

“The housing market realized a significant shift in the second quarter of this year as refinance activity fell below 50 percent marking the onset of the first purchase-dominated market the industry has seen since 2000 and an end to the refinance boom that started in late 2008. In this time we saw fixed mortgage rates hit all-time lows, with the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage falling well below 4 percent. We also estimate over 25 million American borrowers refinanced their loans to the tune of over $70 billion in total interest payment savings. However, since 2008 homeowners cashed-out approximately $215 billion in home equity, adjusted for inflation. The low level of cash-out refinance volume in the second quarter, despite the estimated $2.8 billion increase over last quarter, reflects how much home equity was lost during the Great Recession. Even with recent home price gains and rock-bottom interest rates, American households are not cashing out equity at rates we’ve seen historically. Regardless of the minimal level of cash-out refinance activity, when we couple it with lower mortgage rates and shorter terms homeowners have taken out through refinance over the past couple years, they have accelerated principal pay down and contributed to the rebound in home-equity accumulation.”

About the Quarterly Refinance Report
These estimates come from a sample of properties on which Freddie Mac has funded two successive conventional, first-mortgage loans, and the latest loan is for refinance rather than for purchase. The analysis does not track the use of funds made available from these refinances. The analysis also does not track loans paid off in entirety, with no new loan placed. Some loan products, such as 1-year ARMs and balloons, are based on a small number of transactions.

With the report for the first quarter of 2013, the calculation of the principal balance at payoff of the previous loan has been modified. Previously, the payoff balance was calculated as the amount due based on the loan’s amortization schedule, and “cash-in” was defined as a new loan amount that was less than the scheduled amortization amount. Data for 1994 to current have been recalculated using the actual payoff amount of the old loan, with an allowance for rounding down the principal at refinance; thus, from 1994 to present, “cash-in” is defined as a new loan amount that is at least $1,000 less than the payoff principal balance of the old loan. Data are presented under both methods for 1994 for comparison purposes.

Second Quarter 2014 Refinance Statistics

Freddie Mac was established by Congress in 1970 to provide liquidity, stability and affordability to the nation’s residential mortgage markets. Freddie Mac supports communities across the nation by providing mortgage capital to lenders. Today Freddie Mac is making home possible for one in four home borrowers and is one of the largest sources of financing for multifamily housing. Additional information is available at FreddieMac.com, Twitter @FreddieMac and Freddie Mac’s blog FreddieMac.com/blog.

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China Commercial Credit Issues Update on Recovery of Loan Guarantee Payments

WUJIANG, CHINA–(Marketwired – Jul 25, 2014) – China Commercial Credit, Inc. (NASDAQ: CCCR), a microfinance company providing financial services to small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), farmers and individuals in Jiangsu Province, today said it has made progress toward recovering a significant portion of the $5.4 million it paid in the first quarter of 2014 to lenders on behalf of 11 loan guarantee service customers who had borrowed funds from these lenders but defaulted on their loan repayments.

After determining that the majority of these defaulting borrowers had subsequently acquired the capability of repaying these funds, CCCR recovered approximately $0.7 million in cash from these borrowers and converted an additional $2.1 million of their debt into one-year loan notes payable by the borrowers directly to the company. All funds reclaimed via the above measures will be applied to CCCR’s total capital available for use on its microfinance lending and loan guarantee businesses.

The company expects to announce that its second quarter payments to lenders on behalf of loan guarantee customers, although less than in the first quarter, will still amount to about $3.7 million. Of this total, CCCR has thus far recovered $1.1 million and converted an additional $1.6 million of their debt into one-year loan notes payable by the borrowers directly to the company. The financial adjustments related to these events will be included in the company’s upcoming Q2 report.

About China Commercial Credit

China Commercial Credit (http://www.chinacommercialcredit.com), founded in 2008, provides business loans and loan guarantee services to more than 260 small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), farmers and individuals in China’s Jiangsu Province. Due to recent legislation and banking reform in China, these SMEs, farmers and individuals — which historically had been excluded from borrowing funds from State-owned and commercial banks — are now able to borrow money at competitive rates from microfinance lenders. According to 2012 data, SMEs account for eight of ten jobs in China and comprise nearly 60 percent of the nation’s GDP.Utilizing proceeds of the recently completed secondary public offering, the company intends to commence its financial leasing business. It also recently launched a peer-to-peer online lending platform designed to pair SME borrowers with willing lenders.

Investors seeking additional information on CCCR or wishing to register for company Email Alerts may go to http://www.ir-site.com/china-commercial-credit/default.asp or the Asia IR/PR client page at http://asia-irpr.com/clients/cccr/ .

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of United States securities laws. You should not rely upon forward-looking statements as predictions of future events. These forward-looking statements involve a number of risks, uncertainties (some of which are beyond our control) or other assumptions that may cause actual results or performance to be materially different from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. Although we believe that the expectations reflected in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, we cannot guarantee future results, levels of activity, performance or achievements. Except as required by law, we undertake no obligation to update publicly any forward-looking statements for any reason after the date of this release to conform these statements to actual results or to changes in our expectations. You should review the factors described in the section entitled “Risk Factors” in our registration statement on Form S-1 filed with the SEC on May 7, 2014 and other documents we file from time to time with the SEC. We qualify all of our forward-looking statements by these cautionary statements.

FinanceChina Contact:

Investors
Jimmy Caplan
512-329-9505
jimmy@asia-irpr.com

Media
Rick Eisenberg
212-496-6828
rick@asia-irpr.com

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Car Title Loan Company Expands Footprint in Utah

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Getting a title loan with TitleMax means you can get the cash you need while maintaining the use of your vehicle.

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) June 13, 2014

TitleMax, one of the nation’s largest and most reputable car title loan companies, recently opened its 17th store location in the state of Utah. This new store opened Monday, June 2, 2014 and is located at 935 W. North Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84116. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and the store can be reached by calling (801) 355-0288.

TitleMax offers individuals with little, no, or even bad credit the opportunity to get a cash loan up to $10,000 based on collateral, not credit history. Since opening its first Utah location in December 2013, TitleMax has committed to expand its footprint throughout the state offering short-term cash in cities including Bountiful, Clearfield, Kearns, Ogden, Provo, and West Jordan, among others. Residents throughout these areas can visit any of these locations for all of their car title loan needs. To find a TitleMax closest to you, click Title Loans Stores.

“Getting a title loan with TitleMax means you can get the cash you need while maintaining the use of your vehicle,” said Otto Bielss, Senior Vice President of Operations for TMX Finance. “Individuals with bad credit can still qualify for a cash title loan with TitleMax.”

About Car Title Loans

A car title loan is a fast way for credit-challenged individuals to secure the short-term cash they need. To get a TitleMax car title loan in Utah, an individual must have a clear, or lien-free, car title and a government-issued ID. With these items an individual can obtain a loan up to $10,000, while still maintaining the use of their vehicle. No insurance is required, there are no credit checks and most loans can be completed in as little as 30 minutes.

About TitleMax

TitleMax, a subsidiary of TMX Finance, provides financial products to people without access to traditional credit alternatives. TitleMax has been a trusted consumer lender for over 14 years, helping hundreds of thousands of people in getting cash when they need it. Since its inception in 1998, TitleMax has grown to over 1,350 stores, spanning 16 states and provides car title loans to over 2,500 people each day.

Please visit http://www.titlemax.com for more information on car title loans and how TitleMax can be of service.


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Car Title Loan Company Tops 80th Store Location in Illinois

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Getting a title loan with TitleMax means you can get the cash you need while maintaining the use of your vehicle.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

TitleMax, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing car title loan companies, recently topped 80 store locations, opening two additional stores. These new TitleMax locations both opened Tuesday, May 20, 2014 and are located at the following addresses:

-398 Mannheim Road, Bellwood, IL 60104 | (708) 384-6107
-1002 W. Main St., Benton, IL 62812 | (618) 435-4390

Since opening its first Illinois location in May 2007, TitleMax has continued to expand its footprint and services throughout the state offering short-term cash in cities including Chicago, East Alton, Peoria, Plainfield, Springfield, and Waukegan, among others. Residents throughout these areas can visit any of these locations for all of their car title loan needs. To find a TitleMax closest to you, click here.

TitleMax offers individuals with little, no, or even bad credit the opportunity to get a cash loan up to $4,000 based on collateral, not credit history. Store hours are Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

“Getting a title loan with TitleMax means you can get the cash you need while maintaining the use of your vehicle,” said Otto Bielss, Senior Vice President of Operations for TMX Finance. “Individuals with bad credit can still qualify for a cash title loan with TitleMax.”

About Car Title Loans

A car title loan is a fast way for credit-challenged individuals to secure the short-term cash they need. To get a TitleMax car title loan in Illinois, an individual must have a clear, or lien-free, car title and a government-issued ID. With these items an individual can obtain a loan up to $4,000, while still maintaining the use of their vehicle. No insurance is required, there are no credit checks and most loans can be completed in as little as 30 minutes.

About TitleMax

TitleMax, a subsidiary of TMX Finance, provides financial products to people without access to traditional credit alternatives. TitleMax has been a trusted consumer lender for over 14 years, helping hundreds of thousands of people in getting cash when they need it. Since its inception in 1998, TitleMax has grown to over 1,350 stores, spanning 16 states and provides car title loans to over 2,500 people each day.

Please visit http://www.titlemax.com for more information on car title loans and how TitleMax can be of service.


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Title Loan Company Continues to Grow Throughout New Mexico

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TitleMax does not check your credit so it doesn’t matter if you have good, bad, or no credit. You can still be approved for a title loan as long as you have a clear car title.

Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) May 24, 2014

TitleMax, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing car title loan companies, is continuing to grow throughout the Western region of the United States including new store locations in Albuquerque, NM. Since opening its first store in New Mexico, July 2013, TitleMax has opened seven additional locations throughout the Greater Albuquerque-Santa Fe Area including the following cities: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Clovis, and Los Lunas. Residents throughout these areas can visit these locations for all of their car title loan needs. To find a TitleMax closest to you, click Title Loans Stores.

TitleMax offers individuals with little, no, or even bad credit the opportunity to get a cash loan up to $10,000 based on collateral, not credit history. Store hours are Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

“TitleMax offers quick, cash title loans while providing superior customer service,” said Otto Bielss, Senior Vice President of Operations for TMX Finance. “TitleMax does not check your credit so it doesn’t matter if you have good, bad, or no credit. You can still be approved for a title loan as long as you have a clear car title.”

About Car Title Loans

A car title loan is a fast way for credit-challenged individuals to secure the short-term cash they need. To get a TitleMax car title loan in New Mexico, an individual must have a clear, or lien-free, car title and a government-issued ID. With these items, an individual can obtain a loan up to $10,000, while still maintaining the use of their vehicle. No insurance is required, there are no credit checks, and most loans can be completed in as little as 30 minutes.

About TitleMax

TitleMax, a subsidiary of TMX Finance, provides financial products to people without access to traditional credit alternatives. TitleMax has been a trusted consumer lender for over 14 years, helping hundreds of thousands of people in getting cash when they need it. Since its inception in 1998, TitleMax has grown to over 1,350 stores, spanning 16 states and provides car title loans to over 2,500 people each day.

Please visit http://www.titlemax.com for more information on car title loans and how TitleMax can be of service.


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Record profit for ANZ

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ANZ New Zealand posted a 27 percent gain in first-half cash profit, recording the biggest gain among the four operating divisions of Australia’s third-largest lender after growing its home loan book and cutting costs.

Cash profit, which excludes non-core items, rose to $887 million in the six months ended March 31, from $697 million a year earlier, the Auckland-based lender said in a statement. Statutory profit rose 31 percent to $853 million. Operating income rose 8 percent to $1.9 billion and operating expenses fell 5 percent to $725 million.

ANZ New Zealand is the nation’s biggest lender, having merged its operations with National Bank last year and phased out that brand. Its commercial operations were the biggest contributor to statutory profit, rising 14 percent to $377 million, while retail banking profit rose 25 percent to $222 million.

Its ANZ Wealth unit, which accounts for 25.8 percent of New Zealand KiwiSavers, lifted earnings to $121 million from $38 million, while earnings from its institutional arm slipped 2 percent to $163 million.

Cash profit for Melbourne-based parent Australia & New Zealand Banking Group rose 11 percent to A$3.52 billion, beating estimates in a Bloomberg survey. Net income climbed 15 percent to A$3.38 billion.

The parent’s results record a 38 percent gain to A$546 million in cash profit from New Zealand, the biggest quarterly growth among its divisions. That was driven by “above system growth in mortgages, a reduction in credit impairment charges (reflecting strong improvements in credit quality across the lending book), a 6 percent decrease in operating expenses and favourable foreign exchange translation.”

Cash profit from Australia rose 5 percent to A$1.48 billion and earnings from international and institutional banking rose 14 percent to A$1.37 billion. Global wealth earnings climbed 11 percent to $226 million.

The company will pay a first-half dividend of 83 Australian cents, or a total of A$2.3 billion, up 14 percent from a year earlier.

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ANZ New Zealand records biggest first-half profit gain among units of Australian lender


ANZ New Zealand records biggest first-half profit gain among units of Australian lender

Thursday 1st May 2014

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ANZ New Zealand posted a 27 percent gain in first-half cash profit, recording the biggest gain among the four operating divisions of Australia’s third-largest lender after growing its home loan book and cutting costs.

Cash profit, which excludes non-core items, rose to $887 million in the six months ended March 31, from $697 million a year earlier, the Auckland-based lender said in a statement. Statutory profit rose 31 percent to $853 million. Operating income rose 8 percent to $1.9 billion and operating expenses fell 5 percent to $725 million.

ANZ New Zealand is the nation’s biggest lender, having merged its operations with National Bank last year and phased out that brand. Its commercial operations were the biggest contributor to statutory profit, rising 14 percent to $377 million, while retail banking profit rose 25 percent to $222 million.

Its ANZ Wealth unit, which accounts for 25.8 percent of New Zealand KiwiSavers, lifted earnings to $121 million from $38 million, while earnings from its institutional arm slipped 2 percent to $163 million.

Cash profit for Melbourne-based parent Australia & New Zealand Banking Group rose 11 percent to A$3.52 billion, beating estimates in a Bloomberg survey. Net income climbed 15 percent to A$3.38 billion.

The parent’s results record a 38 percent gain to A$546 million in cash profit from New Zealand, the biggest quarterly growth among its divisions. That was driven by “above system growth in mortgages, a reduction in credit impairment charges (reflecting strong improvements in credit quality across the lending book), a 6 percent decrease in operating expenses and favourable foreign exchange translation.”

Cash profit from Australia rose 5 percent to A$1.48 billion and earnings from international and institutional banking rose 14 percent to A$1.37 billion. Global wealth earnings climbed 11 percent to $226 million.

The company will pay a first-half dividend of 83 Australian cents, or a total of A$2.3 billion, up 14 percent from a year earlier.

(BusinessDesk)

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