Key Figures Primary Capital Certificates



Nøkkeltall
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Market price 31 December, NOK
230,0
144,0
107,7
60,0
82,2
Taxable price as of 1 January following year, NOK
149,18
93,60
69,66
59,67
81,50
Dividend per
ceritificate,
NOK
14,0
9,2
6,7
3,3
6,3
Direct return 1)
6,1 %
6,4 %
6,2 %
5,6 %
7,7 %
Effective return 2)
66,1 %
40,0 %
85,0 %
19,3 %
8,1 %
Book value per certificate, NOK 3)
80,5
82,0
72,8
68,8
72,8
Earnings per
certificate,
NOK 4)
21,0
15,0
10,9
0,9
8,2
Allocated to
equalization
reserve per
certificate, NOK
6,9
5,8
4,2
0,9
3,5
Payout ratio, net 5)
67 %
61 %
61 %
357 %
77 %
Primary capital
certificate
percentage 6)
53,0 %
56,3 %
58,4 %
60,2 %
61,2 %
RISK amount as of 1 january following
year, NOK
1,79
6,06
4,31
0,97
3,15
Number of issued primary capital certificates
31 December
22.614.585
22.614.585
22.614.585
22.614.585
22.614.585
Own primary capital certificates
31 December
58.976
1.435
115.985
206.670
168.000
Number of primary capital certificates outstanding
31 December
22.555.609
22.613.150
22.498.600
22.407.910
22.446.580
Primary capital certificates traded per
year (in of issued certificates)
36 %
27 %
31 %
27 %
20 %
 
     1)  Dividend  as a percentage of the Stock Exchange price at the end of
    the year
    2)  Price rise during the year, plus paid dividends, as a percentage of
    the Stock Exchange price at the beginning of the year.
    3)   Book   equity   multiplied  by  the  primary  capital  certificate
    percentage, divided by the number of outstanding certificates.
    4)The  share  of  profit  after  tax  attributable  to  primary capital
    certificates.
    5) Dividend per certificate as a percentage of profit per certificate.
    6) The primary capital, the equalization reserve and the share premium
    account as a percentage of the parent bank's equity at the end of the
    year (excluding the revaluation reserve).
   
On 1 April 2005, the primary capital certificates were split in two and this was followed by a capitalisation issue whereby four certificates entitled owners to one new (free) certificate. All figures are justed.

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SpareBank 1 SR-Bank is Norway’s second largest savings bank and operates in the Rogaland, Agder and Hordaland markets. We provide financial products and services, including loans and deposits, mutual funds and asset management, insurance and pension savings, payment and financing services, real estate brokerage and services related to the money and capital market. The head office is in Stavanger.

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