KELER shareholders decide to put 2012 profit into reserves
Shareholders of clearing house and depository KELER decided at an annual general meeting on Wednesday to place the company's 2012 after-tax profit of HUF 2.0 billion into profit reserves, paying no dividend, KELER said. The shareholders approved KELER's report showing total assets of HUF 135.3 billion at the end of 2012. KELER is owned by the National Bank of Hungary and the Budapest Stock Exchange.
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