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Last 5,341
Change Today +25.00 / 0.47%
Volume 1.1K
FTIN On Other Exchanges
Symbol
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Tel Aviv
OTC US
As of 2:57 AM 03/29/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

first intl bank israel (FTIN) Snapshot

Open
$5,369
Previous Close
$5,316
Day High
$5,369
Day Low
$5,341
52 Week High
04/8/14 - $5,906
52 Week Low
02/10/15 - $4,791
Market Cap
5.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
367.4K
EPS TTM
$4.76
Shares Outstanding
100.3M
EX-Date
11/27/14
P/E TM
11.2x
Dividend
$54.82
Dividend Yield
3.40%
Current Stock Chart for FIRST INTL BANK ISRAEL (FTIN)

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first intl bank israel (FTIN) Details

First International Bank of Israel Ltd. provides various financial and banking services to households, private, and large and mid-sized business customers in Israel and Western Europe. Its Corporate Segment offers corporate credit, guarantees, borrowing and lending, foreign trade, foreign-currency, derivative instruments, securities, trust services for mutual funds, and factoring services; and account management services and credit to the capital markets. The company’s Private Banking segment offers deposits and saving plans, investment and pension advice, Israeli and foreign securities, foreign currency, derivative financial instruments, structured products, and mutual and provident fund distribution, as well as investment portfolio management services. Its Commercial Banking segment provides business credit, guarantees, lending and borrowings, deposits, foreign trading, foreign currency, derivative financial instruments, securities, and trust and factoring services; and account management services and credit for capital market activity. The company’s Household segment offers credit and current account, saving plans, and structured products, as well as account management services; investment advice, securities, and derivative instruments; and credit cards, mortgages, and pension advice services, as well as investments and offers products in the area of capital market and deposits. Its Small Business segment provides account management services, credit extension, deposits, structured products, investment advice, and securities; and foreign-currency, credit cards, and capital market services. The company’s Financial Management segment offers market and liquidity risk management, and investment in the securities portfolio and derivative financial instruments. As of December 31, 2012, it had 179 branches and offices. The company was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. The First International Bank of Israel Ltd. is a subsidiary of FIBI Holding Ltd.

Founded in 1972

first intl bank israel (FTIN) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Head of ALCO Committ...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.8M
Chief Executive Officer of FIBI Bank (Switzer...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.2M
Chairman of Regulatory Oversight/Compliance C...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.4M
Head of Corporate Division and Deputy Chief E...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.7M
Head of Resources Division and Executive Vice...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.7M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

first intl bank israel (FTIN) Key Developments

First International Bank of Israel Reports Financial Results for the Fourth Quarter and Full Year of 2014

First International Bank of Israel reported financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2014. For the year, the bank posted a net profit of ILS 478 million, which compares with a profit of ILS 555 million for 2013, and represents a decline of 13.9%. Revenue from interest and non-interest financing revenue totaled ILS 2.33 billion in 2014, 2.3% less than in 2013, mainly because of the decline in Bank of Israel interest rates. For the fourth quarter, the company posted a profit of ILS 61 million. The bank said that its profit for the fourth quarter was affected by several one-time regulatory and accounting directives imposed on it, among them a directive from the Supervisor of Banks on the general provision against consumer credit which led to a ILS 45 million rise in the credit loss provision and a ILS 28 million reduction in net profit.

First International Bank of Israel Reports Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended Sep. 30, 2014

First International Bank of Israel reported unaudited consolidated earnings results for the third quarter and nine months ended Sep. 30, 2014. For the period, net profit was ILS 146 million or ILS 1.45 per share in the third quarter of 2014, compared to ILS 144 million or ILS 1.44 per share, up 1.4% from the corresponding quarter. Return on equity for the quarter reached 8.6%. In the third quarter, net interest income and non-interest financing income totaled ILS 564 million compared with ILS 560 million in the third quarter of 2013. Interest income was ILS 690 million compared to ILS 940 million a year ago. Net interest income was ILS 519 million compared to ILS 558 million a year ago. Profit before taxes was ILS 243 million compared to ILS 241 million a year ago. For the first nine months of the year, net earnings reached ILS 426 million or ILS 4.24 per share, compared to ILS 429 million or ILS 4.28 per share a year ago. Return on equity was 8.3% compared to 8.7% a year ago. Net interest income and non-interest financing income (exclusive of the effect of the initial application of the accounting standard governing the measurement of interest income) totaled ILS 1,694 million in the first nine months of 2014, compared with ILS 1,793 million in the same period last year. Interest income was ILS 2,073 million compared to ILS 2,612 million a year ago. Net interest income was ILS 1,603 million compared to ILS 1,653 million a year ago. Profit before taxes was ILS 712 million compared to ILS 716 million a year ago.

First International Bank of Israel Reports Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and First Half of 2014

First International Bank of Israel reported earnings results for the second quarter and first half of 2014. For the quarter, the company reported net profit of NIS 160 million, up 7.4%, compared with the corresponding quarter last year. Total revenue net of credit losses was NIS 971 million, 1.6% higher than in the corresponding quarter last year. For the first half, the company posted net profit of NIS 280 million. Total revenue net of credit losses was NIS 1.9 billion, about the same as in the first half of 2013.

 

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