Shareholder Value Added


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Shareholder Value Added

The value of a company to its stockholders. That is, the SVA measures whether or not it is worth the expense for an investor to buy stock in a company. It is calculated by taking the net operating profit after taxes and subtracting the cost of capital. See also: Market Value Added, Economic Value Added.
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Table 2 supplies information of shareholder value added each year by CHL.
Why home equity lending, a fraction of the size of first mortgage lending, produces substantial Shareholder Value Added (SVA) dollars
Shareholder value added in the 1999 fourth quarter was $766 million, compared with shareholder value added of $265 million in the 1998 fourth quarter.
17 Shareholder Value Added 185 39 Cash Return on Common Equity RVICES Third Quarter
Adding significantly to the overall profit of the bank, the Shareholder Value Added (SVA) in the Women's Financial Group grew 61 percent from June 2004 to June 2005.
58 Other Data Full-time equivalent employees 177,795 179,971 Number of banking centers - domestic 5,880 5,774 Number of ATMs - domestic 16,687 16,672 * Preliminary data BUSINESS SEGMENT RESULTS Global Global Global Consumer and Business and Capital Markets Small Business Financial and Investment Banking Services Banking Three Months Ended June 30, 2005 Total revenue (FTE) (2) $ 7,062 $ 2,691 $ 2,121 Net income 1,595 1,217 461 Shareholder value added 828 458 195 Return on average equity 19.
This decision expands the number of customers served by John Deere Landscapes and allows the business to accelerate its potential growth in shareholder value added -- an important measure for our investors.
BUSINESS SEGMENT RESULTS Global Global Global Business Capital Consumer and and Markets and Small Business Financial Investment Banking Services Banking Three Months Ended March 31, 2005 Total revenue (FTE) (2) $6,961 $2,734 $2,632 Net income 1,899 1,120 721 Shareholder value added 1,154 350 449 Return on average equity 23.
BUSINESS SEGMENT RESULTS Global Corporate Consumer and and Small Business Commercial Investment Banking Banking Banking Three Months Ended December 31, 2004 Total revenue (FTE) (2) $7,589 $1,946 $2,203 Net income 1,763 887 596 Shareholder value added 802 282 308 Return on average equity 17.
BUSINESS SEGMENT RESULTS Global Corporate Consumer and and Small Business Commercial Investment Banking Banking Banking Three Months Ended September 30, 2004 Total revenue (FTE) (2) $7,025 $1,821 $2,064 Net income 1,682 824 475 Shareholder value added 754 222 185 Return on average equity 17.
16 Other Data Full-time equivalent employees 177,986 132,796 Number of banking centers 5,790 4,200 Number of ATMs 16,696 13,250 BUSINESS SEGMENT RESULTS Global Consumer Corporate and and Small Business Commercial Investment Banking Banking Banking Three Months Ended June 30, 2004 Total revenue (FTE) (1) $7,149 $1,741 $2,630 Net income 1,910 642 429 Shareholder value added 1,036 59 145 Return on average equity 20.
40 Other Data Full-time equivalent employees 134,374 132,583 Number of banking centers 4,272 4,202 Number of ATMs 13,168 13,266 BUSINESS SEGMENT RESULTS Global Consumer Corporate and and Equity Commercial Investment Asset Invest Corporate Banking Banking Management -ments Other Three Months Ended March 31, 2004 Total revenue (FTE)(1) $6,629 $2,270 $669 $(18) $137 Net income 1,854 463 53 (30) 341 Shareholder value added 1,269 225 (27) (86) 24 Return on average equity 32.