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  • F-Prot is one of our competitors based in Iceland.

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  • BNP Paribas Chief Executive Baudouin Prot told reporters that the bank has enough capital to be significantly above that 7% threshold all the time, including through the transition period, without raising any fresh capital.

    BNP Paribas Profit Rises 46%

  • However, this summer is different; something unique will be starting called The Protégés.

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  • The ability to create security ontologies exists today with tools such as Protégé from Stanford University.

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  • BNP Paribas is the largest private holder of Greek debt outside of Greece, and in May CEO Baudouin Prot said that a 30% write-down of its Greek holdings would reduce its earnings per share by only 3%.

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  • However, BNP Chief Executive Baudouin Prot said he isn't seeing evidence of big European companies lining up alternative financing.

    Europe Lending Woes Deepen

  • "Things are clear, we have doubled our shareholder equity over the past three years to 57 billion euros," Mr. Prot said.

    French Bankers Reject Solvency Fears

  • Baudoin Prot , the Chief Executive of BNP Paribas SA, France's largest bank by market value, told Radio Classique his bank is solid.

    French Bankers Reject Solvency Fears

  • "Again this quarter, in a challenging market environment, all the operating divisions improved their performance compared to last year, thereby contributing to maintaining a high level of income despite the negative impact of the Greek assistance programme," Chief Executive Baudouin Prot said in a statement.

    BNP Paribas Net Profit Edges Up

  • In an interview Wednesday with BFM Radio, Chief Executive Baudouin Prot said the impact from an eventual restructuring of Greece's sovereign debt would have a limited effect on BNP Paribas's operations.

    BNP Paribas's Profit Rises 15%

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