Rapport annuel aareal

Disponible uniquement sur Etudier
  • Pages : 13 (3153 mots )
  • Téléchargement(s) : 0
  • Publié le : 11 août 2010
Lire le document complet
Aperçu du document
LOCAL EXPERTISE MEETS GLOBAL EXCELLENCE

German & Austrian Corporate Conference
Frankfurt am Main, 20th – 21st May 2010

Business segments of Aareal Bank
Major activities Aareal Bank
The international property specialist
Consulting / Services to the institutional housing sector
Market-leading European IT-systems for the management of residential and commercial property Market-leadingintegrated payment transaction systems Key market: Germany > 2,200 Customers ~ 7 mn units under management (in Germany)

Structured Property Financing

International presence in 16 European countries, the US, China and Singapore – International real estate financing in more than 25 countries Additional industry experts in hotel, shopping centre and logistics Typical deal size: > € 25 mn Totalback book under management: ~ € 22 bn

1

Structured Property Financing

The Aareal Bank Network

in 16 European countries, the US, China and Singapore – International Property Financing in more than 25 countries

3

The specialist for specialists
Typical deal size: > € 25 mn Typical products, for example: single asset investment finance portfolio finance (local or cross-boarder)construction finance International presence in 16 European countries, the US, China and Singapore Additional industry experts in hotel, shopping centre and logistics In-depth know-how in local markets and special properties International experience with employees from 31 nations Network of regional market experts and sector specialists

4

Consulting / Services

Services provided to theinstitutional housing sector
Strategic Management of residential portfolios Planning, Controlling, Steering Portfolio Management Administrative Management of residential portfolios Tenant Management Flat Management Maintenance Market leading IT-system house for the institutional housing sector Highly automated ERP systems (e.g.: Blue Eagle based on SAP®, GES, Wodis Sigma) for the management ofproperty portfolios Comprehensive range of integrated Services and Consulting ~75 – 80% customer overlap: substantial cross-selling effects with highly integrated IT solutions

Our Customers: The Institutional Housing Industry

Repair Refurbishments New Developments Construction Management of residential portfolios

Mass payments Cash Management Creditor and Debtor Management Financial Managementof residential portfolios

Market-leading integrated payment transaction systems House bank for the institutional housing sector Integrated mass payment transaction systems Accounts of the integrated payment transaction system

6

Q1 2010 results at a glance

Q1 2010 results at a glance:
In line with 2010-guidance
Q1 2010 Euro mn Net interest income Allowance for credit losses Netcommission income Net trading result Administrative expenses Operating profit 117 32 30 6 91 30 115 35 39 3 83 23 11.02) 112 36 28 18 92 21 10.72) 116 42 30 5 92 19 10.42) 117 37 36 18 94 24 10.22) Back on Q1 2009 level In line with guided range Solid Aareon development Burdened by costs for the SoFFin guarantee Reflects volatile markets High cost discipline Solid performance Tier 1 ratio furtherstrengthened Q4 2009 Q3 20091) Q2 20091) Q1 20091) Comments

Tier 1 ratio (%) (according to German 11.22) Banking Act - CRSA)
1) Figures adapted 2) Post SoFFin capital measure in 2009

8

Structured property financing:
Growing new business – LLP in line
New business by region 3M 2010
North America
10%

New business origination
1,500 1,250
€ mn

Asia / Pacific
5%

1,314 + 158 %1,221

Europe West

Europe 36% North

1,000 0,750 750 0,500 500 0,250 250

15%

510
410 100 93

16%

Europe South

18%

0,000 0

Europe East

3M 2009

3M 2010

German

International

P&L SPF Segment Q1 ‘10 Q4 ‘09 Q3 ‘091) Q2 ‘091) Q1 ‘091)
€ mn

Cautiously restarting new business origination Focussing on existing client base Preferably loans eligible for Pfandbrief...
tracking img