Forbes also factored in nonperforming assets
as a percent of assets, CET1 ratio, risk-based capital ratio and reserves as a percent of nonperforming assets
These metrics included 12-month operating revenue growth, return on average tangible equity, return on average assets, net interest margin, efficiency ratio, net charge-offs as a percent of total loans, nonperforming assets
as a percent of assets, risk-based capital ratio, reserves as a percent of nonperforming assets
, and the CET1 ratio.
a special purpose vehicle, to acquire nonperforming assets
from Philippine banks and other financial institutions.
During the rating review, Moody's will consider the asset quality challenges and costs which the company may face as a result of its above-average level of nonperforming assets
The company reported diminished loan demand coupled with an increase in nonperforming assets
, but the end result was better than analysts' estimate of 48 cents a share.
For customers who want details, there are three sets of financial ratios that can be used to evaluate fiscal soundness: capital ratios, return on assets, and nonperforming assets
5 trillion yen in nonperforming assets
at the end of fiscal 2001, members said Sunday.
The Reserve Bank had previously suggested that entry would be restricted to banks with 1% less in nonperforming assets
, or bad debts, than the industry average.
HSBC said certain assets, including nonperforming assets
and liabilities will be separated and transferred to a separate asset management company on or prior to the closing of the takeover deal.
The moves helped the Dime fend off the worried regulators, and helped reduce the thrift's total nonperforming assets
to $335 million.
Progress in the Boston District was due to widening interest margins, which in 1991 increased 35 basis points--twice the national average--as the proportion of nonperforming assets