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Seit letztem Jahr im Depot als Ersatz für einen Emerging Markets Fond. 

Wichtigster Aktionär ist der Staatsfond Singapurs Temasek (Temasek und Maja Holdings). Shareholding Staristics  DBS

 

Name: DBS Bank Limited
ISIN/WKN: SG1L01001701/880105

Webseite:  https://www.dbs.com/investors/default.page 

 

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About DBS
DBS is a leading financial services group in Asia with a presence in 19 markets. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, DBS is in the three key Asian axes of growth: Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The bank's "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings are among the highest in the world.

Recognised for its global leadership, DBS has been named “World’s Best Bank” by Global Finance, “World’s Best Bank” by Euromoney and “Global Bank of the Year” by The Banker. The bank is at the forefront of leveraging digital technology to shape the future of banking, having been named “World’s Best Digital Bank” by Euromoney and the world’s “Most Innovative in Digital Banking” by The Banker. In addition, DBS has been accorded the “Safest Bank in Asia“ award by Global Finance for 15 consecutive years from 2009 to 2023.

 

 

Geschäftsbereiche:

- Consumer Banking/Wealth Management

- Institutional Banking

- Treasury Markets

 

Durch einige Übernahmen in den letzten Jahren sind die verstärkt in Taiwan (Übernahme der lokalen Geschäfte der Citigroup) und Indien (Lakshmi Vilas Bank) vertreten. 

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DBS Group CEO explains its raised stake in Shenzhen bank and why it’s ‘constructive’ on China

CNBC Interview über das China Geschäft mit dem CEO Piyush Gupta (07.02.2024)

 

DBS to raise stake in China's Shenzhen Bank

 

 

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DBS full-year net profit rises 26% to record SGD 10.3 billion, return on equity rises to 18.0%

Board proposes final dividend of 54 cents per share and 1-for-10 bonus issue

Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, China, Taiwan, 07 Feb 2024 - DBS Group achieved a record performance in 2023 as net profit rose 26% to SGD 10.3 billion. Return on equity climbed from 15.0% to a new high of 18.0%. Total income grew 22%, exceeding SGD 20 billion for the first time, driven by a higher net interest margin, a rebound in fee income and record treasury customer sales. Asset quality was resilient with specific allowances remaining low at 11 basis points of loans.

For the fourth quarter, net profit grew 2% from a year ago to SGD 2.39 billion. A 9% rise in total income to SGD 5.01 billion from higher net interest income and non-interest income resulted in a 7% increase in profit before allowances to SGD 2.80 billion. Total allowances of SGD 142 million were higher than a year ago when there had been a general allowance write-back. Compared to the previous quarter, net profit fell 9% due to a lower net interest margin and seasonally lower non-interest income.

Dividends and bonus issue

The Board proposed a final dividend of 54 cents per share for the fourth quarter, an increase of six cents from the previous payout. This brings the ordinary dividend for the financial full year to SGD 1.92 per share, an increase of 42 cents from the previous year.

In addition, the Board proposed a bonus issue on the basis of one bonus share for every existing 10 ordinary shares held. The bonus shares will qualify for dividends starting with the first-quarter 2024 interim dividend and will increase the pace of capital returns to shareholders. Barring unforeseen circumstances, the annualised ordinary dividend going forward will be SGD 2.16 per share over the enlarged share base, which represents a 24% increase from the SGD 1.92 per share for financial year 2023. Based on the closing share price on 6 February 2024, the post-bonus annualised dividend yield would be 7.5%.

The stepped-up capital returns reflect the Group’s strong capital position and are in line with the policy of paying sustainable dividends that rise progressively with earnings.

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitment

As part of a recently announced CSR commitment of up to SGD 1 billion over 10 years to support vulnerable communities, an inaugural contribution of SGD 100 million was set aside from the year's profits. The commitment aims to improve the lives of the underprivileged in DBS' key markets. The first initiative under this pledge was announced in December 2023 – a SGD 30 million partnership with Singapore’s Ministry of Social and Family Development to help underprivileged families with children living in rental flats.

One-time bonus for junior employees

In line with the latest guidelines issued by Singapore’s National Wages Council to help lower-income employees cope with higher costs of living, junior employees across the group, which make up half of total headcount, will each receive a one-time bonus. The aggregate payment of SGD 15 million was set aside in expenses for 2023.

Accountability for digital disruptions

The Board determined that the variable compensation for the CEO and other members of the Group Management Committee should be cut to hold them accountable for the series of digital disruptions during the year. Their 2023 variable compensation was collectively reduced by 21% from the previous year despite record 2023 profits. The CEO took a deeper cut of 30%, which amounted to SGD 4.14 million.

DBS has made a whole-of-bank effort and committed SGD 80 million to implementing its technology uplift and resilience roadmap. These efforts will enable the bank to better pre-empt disruptions to its services, provide customers with alternate channels for payments and account enquiries during disruptions, and shorten incident recovery time. Going forward, the bank will continue with its investments to sustain efforts to provide reliable services to customers.

Full-year performance

Commercial book net interest income rose 33% to a record SGD 14.3 billion as net interest margin expanded 65 basis points to 2.76% from higher interest rates. The improvement in net interest margin resulted from the repricing of assets with higher interest rates. Although deposit costs also increased, the pace was slower compared to asset yields.

Loans rose 1% or SGD 6 billion in constant-currency terms to SGD 416 billion. Excluding Citi Taiwan, which contributed SGD 10 billion, underlying loans fell 1% or SGD 4 billion. Trade loans accounted for most of the decline, falling 8% or SGD 3 billion due to lower activity and unattractive pricing. Non-trade corporate loans were stable at SGD 246 billion. Despite a healthy loan pipeline, rising interest rates led to higher repayments. In addition, there was a shift in China corporate borrowing to cheaper options onshore in the first half. Housing loans were little changed, with a 1% or SGD 1 billion growth in the fourth quarter offsetting a decline in the first nine months. Other consumer loans fell 2% or SGD 1 billion as wealth management customers repaid loans in a high interest rate environment.

Deposits rose 3% or SGD 13 billion to SGD 535 billion. Citi Taiwan contributed SGD 12 billion, while underlying deposits were stable. Casa outflows decelerated compared to the previous year and were replaced by fixed deposits.

Commercial book net fee income rose 9% to SGD 3.38 billion. Card fees grew 22% to a record SGD 1.04 billion from higher spending as well as the integration of Citi Taiwan. Wealth management fees increased 13% to SGD 1.51 billion, reflecting strong net new money inflows, a shift from deposits into investments and bancassurance, and contribution from Citi Taiwan. Fee income from other activities rose 4% as higher loan-related fees were partially offset by weaker transaction service fees as trade finance slowed.

Commercial book other non-interest income increased 18% to SGD 1.79 billion as treasury customer sales reached a record.

Treasury Markets total income declined 38% to SGD 725 million due to higher funding costs.

Expenses rose 14% to SGD 8.06 billion led by an increase in staff costs from salary increments and a higher headcount. Excluding Citi Taiwan and non-recurring technology and other costs, expenses rose 10% and the underlying cost-income ratio was 39%.

Profit before allowances grew 29% to a new high of SGD 12.1 billion.

 

DBS full-year net profit rises 26% to record SGD 10.3 billion, return on equity rises to 18.0%

 

Es gibt dazu keine Quellensteuer in Singapur. Durch die sinkenden Zinsen in diesem Jahr sollte man aber mit deutlich weniger Wachstum rechnen. 

 

 

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Wuppi
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vor 8 Stunden von Mithrandir77:

Durch die sinkenden Zinsen in diesem Jahr sollte man aber mit deutlich weniger Wachstum rechnen. 

Auf sinkende Zinsen würde ich nicht unbedingt setzen, zumindest nicht in dem Umfang wie noch vor 1-2 Quartalen vermutet wurde. Der DBS ist starkes Wachstum in Phasen ohne Zinsen gelungen, worin siehst du die besonderen Stärken dieser Bank? Habe mich zu wenig damit beschäftigt aber der Standort Singapur ist sicherlich interessant, auch für reiche Chinesen die ihr Geld vlt. nicht bei heimischen Banken liegen haben wollen.

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Mithrandir77
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Am 10.2.2024 um 21:10 von Wuppi:

Auf sinkende Zinsen würde ich nicht unbedingt setzen, zumindest nicht in dem Umfang wie noch vor 1-2 Quartalen vermutet wurde. Der DBS ist starkes Wachstum in Phasen ohne Zinsen gelungen, worin siehst du die besonderen Stärken dieser Bank? Habe mich zu wenig damit beschäftigt aber der Standort Singapur ist sicherlich interessant, auch für reiche Chinesen die ihr Geld vlt. nicht bei heimischen Banken liegen haben wollen.

Aus Hongkong ist schon viel Geld nach Singapur geflossen. Schwer abzuschätzen ob da noch mehr kommt.

 

Hatte mich von den drei Großbanken erstmal für DBS entschieden wegen dem Indiengeschäft  und der höheren Marktkapitalisierung. UOB schaue ich mir aber auch nochmal an.

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das Thema Digitalisierung ist natürlich heute auch sehr wichtig

 

 

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