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UPDATE 1-ABN Amro keeps aim at high capital buffer after surge in Q4 profit

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AMSTERDAM, Feb 7 (Reuters) - Dutch bank ABN Amro posted a market-beating profit on Wednesday and said it will maintain its focus on high capital buffers, as it expects new banking regulations to have a significant impact on its risk profile.

The bank clearly beat analyst expectations with a 63 percent jump in fourth-quarter net profit at 542 million euros ($671.4 million), helped by a strong Dutch economy.

Analysts polled by Reuters had on average expected a profit of 480 million euros, after the bank made 333 million euros in the same period a year earlier.

ABN Amro said it will maintain relatively high capital buffers, as new banking regulations look likely to ultimately shave off 4 to 5 percentage points of the bank’s capital requirement ratios in the coming years.

The new regulations, dubbed Basel IV, put a much larger risk weight on mortgage loans. This specifically hurts ABN and other Dutch banks as they typically have a large mortgage loan book.


ABN AMRO Group N.V. provides various banking services and products in the Netherlands and internationally. The company has market cap of $31.81 billion. It operates through three divisions: Retail Banking, Private Banking, and Corporate Banking. It has a 9.43 P/E ratio. The Retail Banking segment offers personal banking services and products, including savings accounts, retirement products, investment products, payments, consumer loans, mortgages, credit cards, and credit facilities; and travel, car, living, life, liability and legal, and valuables insurance products to individuals and small businesses through a network of 221 branches, and advice and service centers, as well as through Internet and mobile banking channels.

More notable recent ABN AMRO Group N.V. (OTCMKTS:ABMRF) news were published by: which released: “Buy ABN Amro For Its 5% Yield” on January 20, 2018, also with their article: “Dutch to Sell $1.7 Billion ABN Amro Stake After Share Rally” published on June 27, 2017, published: “ABN Amro Fires Some Mortgage Advisers in Signature Copying Probe” on June 08, 2017. More interesting news about ABN AMRO Group N.V. (OTCMKTS:ABMRF) were released by: and their article: “ABN Amro Profit Rises on Interest Income, Lower Provisions” published on February 15, 2017 as well as ‘s news article titled: “BRIEF-AFM fines ABN Amro Group for incomplete compliance with MiFID reporting …” with publication date: September 20, 2017.

What percentage of Mortgages does CitiMortgage sell?

My mortgage has been sold to CitiMortgage, along with basically all of ABN Amro's mortgage business.

I have had mortgages with ABN Amro for the past decade, I liked their service, and they never sold my mortgage.

CitiMortgage, like Country Wide disclose 0% - 25% turnover. Here's the kicker. If they sell your loan you will probably not even know as both Citi and CWBC are two of the biggest "Servicers" in the country. 99.