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Laurentian Bank Q3 Adjusted Earnings Per Share C$1.02
Laurentian Bank Of Canada Says François Desjardins Stepping Down As CEO
Laurentian Bank Of Canada - Approved Reduction Of Quarterly Dividend On Its Common Shares By $0.27 Or 40%
Laurentian Bank of Canada (the Bank) is a Canada-based diversified financial services provider. The Bank is a chartered bank. Its segments include Personal segment, Business Services segment and Institutional segment. The Personal segment caters to the financial needs of retail clients. Clients can access the Bank's offering of financial advice, products and services through a network of branches in Quebec referred to as Financial Clinics; an advisors and brokers channel targeting independent financial intermediaries across Canada; and a digital direct-to-customer platform. The Business Services segment caters to the financial needs of business clients across Canada and in the United States and provides commercial banking; real estate financing; and equipment and inventory financing. The Institutional segment provides a range of services, including research, market analysis and advisory services; corporate underwriting for debt and equity; and administrative services.
1420-1981 McGill College Ave
Michael P. Mueller
Independent Chairman of the Board
Interim President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance, Treasury
Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Officer
Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
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* Shares hit lowest level since Jan. 2016 (Adds shares, analyst comment)
Laurentian Bank of Canada said on Tuesday it had repurchased mortgages worth C$135 million ($103 million) after a review found they had been incorrectly sold to Canada's federal housing agency.
Canadian lender Laurentian Bank <LB.TO> said an audit had found "documentation issues and client misrepresentations" on some mortgages it had sold to another company, triggering the worst one-day selloff in its shares since 2009.
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