Barclays H1 2022 Results
Barclays has announced its H1 2022 Results.
Conference call and webcast replay hosted by C.S. Venkatakrishnan, Group Chief Executive and Anna Cross, Group Finance Director
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3PM (UK time) - Fixed Income conference call and webcast hosted by Anna Cross, Group Finance Director and Dan Fairclough, Group Treasurer
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|H1 2022 Results Presentation (PDF 1MB)
Fixed Income H1 2022 Results Call Presentation (PDF 804KB)
Financial performance highlights
Group Chief Executive Officer’s review
Annual Report 2021
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Our 2022 Annual General Meeting
The Barclays PLC 2022 AGM was held on Wednesday 4 May 2022 at 11:00 am (UK time) at Manchester Central Convention Complex, Petersfield, Manchester, M2 3GX and electronically on an online platform as described in the Notice of Meeting available here (PDF 3.9MB).
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This has been a strong first half with Group income up 17%1 to £13.2bn and a RoTE of 10.1%.
The broad-based income growth that we achieved in the first quarter continued across all three operating businesses into the second quarter.
Our performance in the first half shows the resilience and advantage that diversification at all levels brings, both across the bank and within our businesses. It also underlines the value of investment into our three strategic priorities in next generation consumer finance, sustainable growth across the Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), and the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Profit before tax was £3.7bn, and attributable profit was £2.5bn, after absorbing charges net of tax of £0.6bn relating to the Over-issuance of Securities.
We are alert to the pressure that the rising cost of living will have on our customers and colleagues. We have a range of measures in place to help and are looking to do more. With our resilient income growth and balance sheet strength, we can provide that support while distributing excess capital, having announced a half year dividend of 2.25p per share and an intention to initiate a further share buyback of £500m.
1 Excluding the Q222 income benefit of £0.8bn from hedging arrangements related to the Over-issuance of Securities, Group income was up 10% to £12.4bn.