Year-end report 2005

Fourth quarter 2005: • Operating profit rose by 12 percent or SEK 357 M to SEK 3,279 M (2,922) • Profit for the period rose by 25 percent to SEK 2,570 M (2,063) • Earnings per share rose to SEK 4.99 (4.02) • Net interest income amounted to SEK 3,712 M (4,039) • Net commission income rose by 22 percent to SEK 1,896 M (1,554) • Expenses rose by 10 percent to SEK 3,717 M (3,376) • Hansabank’s reported operating profit rose by 26 percent to SEK 596 M (473) • FöreningsSparbanken was named Bank of the Year. Full-year 2005: • Operating profit rose by 42 percent to SEK 15,010 M (10,578) • Excluding capital gains, operating profit rose by 21 percent to SEK 12,789 M (10,578) • Profit for the period rose by 30 percent to SEK 11,879 M (9,157) • The return on equity rose to 24.6 percent (21.8). Excluding capital gains, ROE rose to 20.4 percent (19.1) • Earnings per share rose to SEK 23.14 (17.50) • Hansabank’s reported operating profit rose by 31 percent to SEK 2,388 M (1,819) • The proposed dividend is raised by 15 percent to SEK 7.50 (6.50). Link to full report

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