Brazil’s Bradesco Gets R$ 1.2 Billion Net

    Banco Bradesco  posted a net income of R$ 1,205 billion in the first quarter (equivalent to 2.45 reais per stock), compared to a net income of 609 million reais in last year’s first quarter, i.e., up by 97.9%.

    The net income posted for this period was 13.9% superior compared to the R$ 1,058 billion of the fourth quarter of 2004. This result represents a 34.7% annualized Return on the average Stockholders’ Equity for the quarter (31.7% in 4Q04).


    In the first quarter of 2005, 64% of Bradesco’s net income was originated from financial activities and 35% from Insurance, Private Pension Plans and Savings Bonds activities.


    The accounted gain related to the sale of the stake in Belgo-Mineira’s capital stock, as disclosed in RI Express on February 10, 2005, was fully absorbed by extraordinary provisions constituted in the quarter; therefore, not impacting the result.


    Financial margins reached R$ 3.999 billion in 1Q05, increasing by 20.1% in the last 12 months, and by 13.7% when compared to 4Q04. Fee Income grew by R$ 342 million between March 2004 and 2005, totaling R$ 1.661 billion.


    In the comparison between 4Q04 and 1Q05, fees evolved by R$ 33 million (adjusted by the additional month of fees from Visanet, which had impacted 4Q04 by R$ 47 million).


    Bradesco’s Efficiency Ratio for the accumulated 12 months keeps presenting a consistent improvement, reaching 59.0% in 1Q04, 55.5% in 4Q04 and, finally, 52.7% in 1Q05.


    In line with the policy of adding shareholders value, Bradesco paid, or accrued, R$ 366.2 million in Interest on Own Capital in 1Q05 (R$ 326.1 million in 1Q04 and R$ 340.5 million in 4Q04).


    On March 1st, Bradesco increased by 21.12% the monthly amount of Interest on Own Capital paid as from April/2005, as following: R$0.04706 to R$0.057 (net of Withholding Income Tax – R$ 0.04845), for the common stocks and R$0.051766 to R$0.0627 (net of Withholding Income Tax – R$ 0.053295), for the preferred stocks.


    Bradesco’s Market Capitalization surpassed the R$ 35.5 billion mark, increasing by 75% between March 2004 and March 2005, against the 20.2% evolution of the Ibovespa in the same period, and by 24.3% in the quarter, vis-í -vis the 1.6% of the Ibovespa.


    Bradesco
    www.bradesco.com.br


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