Bank of montreal says announced a domestic public offering of $1.25 billion of subordinated notes. * Notes bear interest at a fixed rate of 3.32 per cent per annum (paid semi-annually) until june 1, 2021.
Bank of Montreal, Canada's fourth-largest lender by assets, is cutting about 4 percent of its workforce in a shift toward digital banking, Chief Financial Officer Thomas Flynn said.
As profits fall, Bank of Montreal has cut more than 600 jobs, or 1.3% of employees, over the past quarter and is planning further cuts.
BMO Bank of Montreal is hosting a Fundraiser BBQ on Friday June 17th from 11:00AM to 3:00PM. All proceeds go to JDRF (Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation).
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TORONTO - The Bank of Montreal says it is cutting its workforce by about 1,850 positions as consumers shift more of their banking online and technological advancements allow it to digitize some of its processes.
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(Fixes date to May 25 from 24.) TORONTO May 25 Bank of Montreal l, Canada's fourth-biggest bank, on Wednesday set aside more funds to cover losses on bad loans and reported a decline in second-quarter profit.
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Bank of Montreal said bad loans to oil and gas companies more than doubled in the latest quarter of 2016, and it set aside more funds to cover losses, setting the scene for expected increases in provisions by other Canadian lenders.