KELER group books HUF 1.8 bln net profit in 2015
Clearing house and central depository group KELER had net profit of HUF 1.78 bln last year, the company said today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
Profits of the central counter-party business came to HUF 1.49 bln and the central depository business brought in HUF 282 mln, the company said, adding that all of the profits will be placed into profit reserves.
CEO György Dudás said KELER expects strong earnings this year, based on results in the last few months and the planned introduction of new services.
KELER is owned by the National Bank of Hungary and the Budapest Stock Exchange.
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