- Net income: $4.9B (+40% from Q2, -15% YOY), net revenue: $20.3B (-9% from Q2, -11% YOY)
- Actual earnings/share: $0.51 (beats analysts est. $0.44)
- Interest-driven income is down (-17%), as is non-interest income (-4%)
Report says non-interest income is a mixed bag from contributing revenue streams. Consumer fees are down, but results of trading and investment banking are up.
Business loan and lease balances are up (+3%), as are deposits (+23%). Business/loans leases balances are at $950B, while consumer balances are at $1.7T.
CET1 value is at $173.2B (ratio of 11.9% vs. required 9.5%).
- BoA derives less nominal income from all sectors that I was interested in (consumer and commercial banking, investment banking and wealth management). I suppose this would be expected from a ‘smaller’ bank.
- Marginally less of BoA’s total revenue comes from consumer banking (40%) compared to JPM (42%). This was actually contrary to the heuristic I had previously used.
I want to do some more reading before commenting on the state of commercial and investment banking, wealth management, and other revenue streams beyond their self-provided highlights. They use some slightly different terminology (e.g. I think BoA’s “global banking” is synonymous with JPM’s “commercial banking”, but I want to do some more research to make sure).
The bank seems okay, but not as well positioned as JPM. They seem to have a healthy balance sheet, maintain diversified revenue streams, and deposits seem to show continued consumer confidence in them.
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