BBVA earnings showed a positive evolution in the first nine months of 2023. The Group posted a net attributable profit of €5.96 billion, up 24.3 percent yoy (+37.9 percent at constant exchange rates). These results were driven by the strong performance in recurring revenues (NII and net fees and commissions). This trend continued in the third quarter, with a net attributable profit of €2.08 billion, up 13.4 percent yoy. Earnings per share grew even higher, up 17.8 percent, thanks to the share buyback programs already executed by the bank. BBVA has a solid capital position, with a fully-loaded CET1 ratio of 12.73 percent, and ROTE reaching 17 percent.
BBVA has celebrated its first ‘Values Day.’ A day to embrace and live the values of the Group: Customer comes first; We think big; We are one team. BBVA Executive chairman Francisco González and CEO Carlos Torres Vila reaffirmed these values as “the heart of a long process of transformation that the bank is spearheading at a global level.”
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