Finance Minister Alexander De Croo (Open Vld) of the BNP Paribas this year, however, that no dividend will be paid out. He did so at a rapid pace, the Chamber said. The lawyer, Michael Modrikamen wants the attachment of the € 1.9 billion dividend, of which BNP Paribas Fortis is said to be willing to pay out to the French parent bank.

right now, the banks are asked for is for the economy to support them, the French BNP Paribas intends to be 1.9 billion dividend to its Belgian subsidiary BNP Paribas Fortis. Prime Minister Alexander De Croo was that the banks are called on not to pay dividends.

In the Room and asked that He Vanbesien (Green), John Crombez (sp.a) Raoul Hedebouw (the LABOUR party) or a minister De Croo call “the system” was able to make it. “You are requested not to do so, they are putting their finger on it,” said Crombez.

prime Minister De Croo is the peace of mind knowing that the call is not on deaf ears, it is in some cases. “With the support of the real sector of the economy has, for me, an absolute priority to the payment of dividends or the repurchase of shares. The ECB, for my French colleagues to have the same point of view, translated to a set of banks, the reality sunk in,” said De Croo. “KBC and ING are going to not make any dividend payment, at this time, there is a board of directors, in the Work”.

According to De Croo, BNP Paribas has already said the situation needs to be re-examined. “It’s a Belgian point of view, the past few days very clearly and I know from diplomatic sources that that Paris has been heard and understood,” said the minister. “I’m going to assume that the re-evaluation means that there will be no dividend distribution will be.”


the Lawyer, Michael Modrikamen moves to the right, as was announced today, and ask them to take on the € 1.9 billion dividend, of which BNP Paribas Fortis is said to be willing to pay out to the French parent bank.

The financial institution also announced that the dividend on the 13th of march. Modrikamen has a claim for damages at the French parent bank, because of the way they were in 2008, the cheap, hand-laid on the former Fortis Bank.

Modrikamen notes that the European Central Bank and the banks, recommending not to pay dividends for the sake of the coronacrisis. BNP Paribas Fortis wanted to be 1.9 billion was paid out to BNP Paribas, while the claim against the bank amounts to € 7 billion.

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