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Press Releases | May 23, 2017

Helaba sees decline in Q1 earnings

mpact of volatile income from hedge accounting and derivatives negative - Net interest income below previous year due to negative interest environment - Renewed rise in net fee and commission income - New business on a high level - Risk situation eases- Profit before taxes of EUR 75 million considerably below last year - CET1 ratio (“fully loaded”) improves - Board of Managing Directors reiterates earnings target for 2017


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Real Estate Finance | Mar 7, 2017

Awards for Helaba Real Estate Finance

Helaba's Real Estate Finance has received two awards from "Real Estate Capital": "Lender of the Year in Germany" and "Lender of the Year in Central and Eastern Europe". "Real Estate Capital" is a leading specialist magazine for lenders and capital investors in the real estate financing sector.

Ratings | Jan 10, 2017

Fitch affirms ratings of Helaba and S-Finanzgruppe Hessen-Thueringen

The rating agency Fitch reviewed and affirmed the ratings of Helaba and S-Finanzgruppe Hessen-Thueringen on 5. January 2017. Fitch assigned A+ for the long-term Issuer Default Rating and F1+ for the short-term IDR. The outlook is stable.

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Press Releases | Dec 12, 2016

Personnel changes for the Helaba Board of Managing Directors

Thomas Groß (51) is confirmed to serve a further term of office as Member and Vice-Chairman of Helaba's Board of Managing Directors. Hans-Dieter Kemler (48) is appointed to the Board of Managing Directors and intended to take the place of Rainer Krick. Jürgen Fenk (50), who has special responsibility for the Real Estate Lending and Real Estate Management divisions, will leave the Board of Managing Directors at his own request and with the full support of his fellow Board members when his mandate expires on 30 September 2017.


Press Releases | Nov 30, 2016

Markets & Trends 2017

Next year will see grow of around 3 percent in the global economy, and approximately 1.5 percent in the euro area and Germany. “Both the United States as well as the euro area will grow above their potential”, explains Dr. Gertrud Traud, Helaba’s Chief Economist.