SAO PAULO, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Watch TODAY (March 31st) the live webcast of Bradesco's INI Meeting in Sao Paulo. Bradesco (BM&FBovespa: BBDC3; BBDC4), (NYSE: BBD).
The meeting will be attended by Bradesco's Executive Board and will present the organization's main figures and outlook for individual investors.
The broadcast will start at 7:00 p.m* and events will be simultaneously translated into English.
Visit www.bradesco.com.br/ir and enjoy!
Bradesco is one of the largest private banks in Brazil and the largest insurance company in Latin America, with assets totaling R$637.485 billion in December 2010. The Bank reached a market capitalization of R$ 109.759(1) billion, with an annualized return on average equity(2) of 22.2% in 2010. Founded 67 years ago and a publicly-held company since 1946, listed on the Sao Paulo, New York and Madrid stock exchanges, Bradesco is internationally recognized for its financial solidity and excellent customer service. It is constantly engaged in the pursuit of value for all its stakeholders, continuously investing in technological and administrative advances and searching for new business opportunities, always backed by the highest standards of ethical conduct and respect for people and the environment.
Bradesco holds annual meetings in order to inform the capital markets of the main developments within the Organization, thereby underlining its commitment to transparency and the correct use of information.
INI (National Institute of Investors – NII) provides Investment Education and a fundamental approach to investing in stocks by stimulating their members to form investment clubs and learn about the market in these clubs, by studying and investing simultaneously. The Institute has the goal to help their members to achieve peace and prosperity through investment education, and to cooperate with each other to achieve this goal. By reinforcing the importance of investment clubs in the education of investors, INI tries to help as many people as possible to bear risk and share profits within the present social structure and organization of the Brazilian society.
(1) Number of shares (less treasury shares) multiplied by the closing price of the common and preferred shares on the period's last trading day;
(2) Excludes the effects of the mark to market of securities for sale on Shareholders' Equity.
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SOURCE Banco Bradesco S.A.