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Banco Bradesco SA (BBDC4.SA)

BBDC4.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

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15 Jun 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Brazil's Banco Bradesco says provisions may end 2018 at the bottom of the estimated range
Thursday, 26 Apr 2018 

April 26 (Reuters) - Banco Bradesco SA ::BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO CEO SAYS LOAN DISBURSEMENTS GREW NEARLY 30 PERCENT IN MARCH.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO CEO SAYS BANK IS EAGER TO GROW ITS LOAN BOOK.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO SAYS DEFAULT RATIOS FOR CORPORATE LOANS LIKELY TO FALL IN SECOND SEMESTER.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO SAYS GROWTH OF RETAIL LOAN BOOK WILL ACCELERATE IN THE COMING QUARTERS.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO CEO SAYS THERE IS ROOM FOR REDUCTION IN DEFAULT RATIOS IN 2018.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO SAYS CORPORATE LOAN DEMAND LIKELY TO REBOUND AT THE END OF 2018.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO SEES RETURN ON EQUITY BETWEEN 18-20 PERCENT IN COMING YEARS.BRAZIL'S BANCO BRADESCO SAYS LOAN-LOSS PROVISIONS MAY END 2018 AT THE BOTTOM OF THE ESTIMATED RANGE.  Full Article

Brazilian Bank Bradesco Appoints Denise Pavarina As Investor Relations Director
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2018 

Banco Bradesco Sa ::BRAZILIAN BANK BRADESCO APPOINTS DENISE PAVARINA AS INVESTOR RELATIONS DIRECTOR.  Full Article

Banco Bradesco announces own capital interest payment for Sep. 2016
Thursday, 18 Aug 2016 

Banco Bradesco SA : Said on Wednesday that on Oct. 3 it would pay own capital interest for Sep. 2016 at gross value of 0.0172 Brazilian real ($0.0049) per ordinary share and 0.019 real per preference share, corresponding to net value of 0.0147 real per ordinary share and 0.0161 real per preference share . Record date is Sep. 1 .Ex-dividend date is Sep. 2.  Full Article

Cielo to expand partnerships with Brazilian banks and retailers

SAO PAULO Cielo SA , Brazil's largest payment processor, said on Thursday it will partner with banks and retailers to sell debit and credit card processing machines instead of renting them, in the face of increasing competition from newcomers.