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UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549
FORM 8-K
CURRENT REPORT
Pursuant to Section 13 OR 15(d) of The Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported) September 10, 2019
ZIONS BANCORPORATION, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)


United States of America001-1230787-0189025
(State or other jurisdiction of incorporation)(Commission File Number)(I.R.S. Employer Identification No.)

One South Main,Salt Lake City,Utah84133
        (Address of principal executive offices)(Zip Code)
Registrant's telephone number, including area code (801) 844-7637

(Former name or former address, if changed since last report.)
Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Act:
Title of Each ClassTrading SymbolName of Each Exchange on Which Registered
Common Stock, par value $0.001
ZIONThe NASDAQ Stock Market, LLC
Warrants to Purchase Common Stock (expiring May 22, 2020)
ZIONW
The NASDAQ Stock Market, LLC
Depositary Shares each representing a 1/40th ownership interest in a share of:
Series A Floating-Rate Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock
ZB/A
New York Stock Exchange
Series G Fixed/Floating-Rate Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock
ZB/G
New York Stock Exchange
Series H 5.75% Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock
ZB/H
New York Stock Exchange
6.95% Fixed-to-Floating Rate Subordinated Notes due September 15, 2028
ZBK
New York Stock Exchange

Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions:
¨Written communications pursuant to Rule 425 under the Securities Act (17 CFR 230.425)
¨Soliciting material pursuant to Rule 14a-12 under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.14a-12)
¨Pre-commencement communications pursuant to Rule 14d-2(b) under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.14d-2(b))
¨Pre-commencement communications pursuant to Rule 13e-4(c) under the Exchange Act (17 CFR 240.13e-4(c))
Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (§230.405 of this chapter) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (§240.12b-2 of this chapter).
Emerging growth company ¨

If an emerging growth company, indicate by check mark if the registrant has elected not to use the extended transition period for complying with any new or revised financial accounting standards provided pursuant to Section 13(a) of the Exchange act. ¨




Item 7.01 Regulation FD Disclosure

Zions Bancorporation, N.A. (“Bank”) previously announced that Harris Simmons, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank, will make a presentation at the Barclays Global Financial Services Conference on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. ET. A live webcast of the presentation may be accessed on the Zions Bancorporation website, www.zionsbancorporation.com. The webcast will also be archived and available on the website for 30 days following the conference.

A copy of the presentation slides to be presented at the conference is attached hereto as Exhibit 99.1. The Bank may also use this presentation in conversations with investors and analysts. The information in Items 7.01 and 9.01 of this report (including Exhibit 99.1 hereto) is being “furnished” and shall not be deemed “filed” for purposes of Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, is not subject to the liabilities of that section, and is not deemed incorporated by reference in any filing under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, except as shall be expressly set forth by specific reference in such a filing.


Item 9.01 Financial Statements and Exhibits

(d) Exhibits

99.1 Barclays Global Financial Services Conference Presentation Slides

SIGNATURES

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.


ZIONS BANCORPORATION, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
By:/s/ THOMAS E. LAURSEN
Name:Thomas E. Laursen
Title:Executive Vice President and General Counsel


Date: September 10, 2019


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Section 2: EX-99.1 (EXHIBIT 99.1)

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Investor Update Third Quarter 2019


 
Forward-Looking Statements; Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures Forward Looking Information These materials include “forward-looking statements” as that term is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on management’s current expectations regarding future events or determinations, all of which are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, market trends, industry results or regulatory outcomes to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Without limiting the foregoing, the words “anticipates,” “believes,” “can,” “continue,” “could,” “estimates,” “expects,” “intends,” “may,” “might,” “plans,” “projects,” “should,” “would,” “targets,” “will” and the negative thereof and similar words and expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements by their nature address matters that are, to different degrees, uncertain, such as statements about future financial and operating results. Actual results and outcomes may differ materially from those presented, either expressed or implied, in the presentation. Important risk factors that may cause such material differences include, but are not limited to, the Bank’s ability to meet operating leverage goals; the rate of change of interest sensitive assets and liabilities relative to changes in benchmark interest rates; the ability of the Bank to upgrade its core deposit system and implement new digital product in order to remain competitive; risks associated with information security, such as systems breaches and failures; and legislative, regulatory and economic developments. These risks, as well as other factors, are discussed in the Bank’s most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q, filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and available at the SEC’s Internet site (https://www.sec.gov/). In addition, you may obtain documents filed with the SEC by the Bank free of charge by contacting: Investor Relations, Zions Bancorporation, N.A., One South Main Street, 11th Floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84133, (801) 844-7637. Except as required by law, Zions Bancorporation, N.A. specifically disclaims any obligation to update any factors or to publicly announce the result of revisions to any of the forward-looking statements included herein to reflect future events or developments. Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures: This document contains several references to non-GAAP measures, including pre-provision net revenue and the “efficiency ratio,” which are common industry terms used by investors and financial services analysts. Certain of these non-GAAP measures are key inputs into Zions’ management compensation and are used in Zions’ strategic goals that have been and may continue to be articulated to investors. Therefore, the use of such non-GAAP measures are believed by management to be of substantial interest to the consumers of these financial disclosures and are used prominently throughout the disclosures. A full reconciliation of the difference between such measures and GAAP financials is provided within the document, and users of this document are encouraged to carefully review this reconciliation. 2


 
The Big Picture: Zions Is A Collection of Community Banks Local decision-making and top-notch service separates Zions from peers ▪ Strategic local “ownership” of Zions Markets market opportunities and Bank Headquarters Deposits % of Total Zions Bank Salt Lake City $15B 28% challenges Amegy Houston $11B 21% CB&T San Diego $11B 21% ▪ Superior local customer access to NB│AZ Phoenix $5B 9% NSB Las Vegas $4B 8% bank decision makers relative to big Vectra Denver $3B 5% national banks Commerce Seattle $1B 2% Other1 Salt Lake City $2B 5% ▪ Footprint (by deposit market share) Zions Bancorporation Salt Lake City $54B 100% is located in high growth markets Financial Highlights Key Metrics 2Q19A3 Listing NASDAQ: ZION Market Capitalization (as of 9/6/19) $7.0B Total Assets $70.1B Total Loans $48.1B Total Deposits $54.3B Common Equity Tier 1 Capital $6.0B Common Equity Tier 1 Capital Ratio 10.8% Zions Bancorp. Rating (S&P/Fitch/Kroll)2 BBB+/BBB/A- Rating Outlook (S&P/Fitch/Kroll)2 Stable/+/Stable Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global. Totals may not sum due to rounding. 3 1 Represents primarily brokered deposits. 2 Represents long-term debt / senior debt issuer rating. 3 Financial data as of 30-Jun-2019, except market cap, which is adjusted for 3Q19 share repurchases.


 
The Big Picture: Zions Receives National and Local Recognition for Excellence Affiliates have strong brands in their markets ▪ One of only six banks to have averaged 15 Greenwich Excellence Awards since 2009 (survey inception) ▪ Top team of women bankers (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)1 ▪ California Bank & Trust consistently voted Best Bank in San Diego and Orange Counties2 ▪ National Bank of Arizona consistently voted #1 Bank in Arizona3 ▪ Nevada State Bank voted #1 Bank in Nevada4 ▪ Zions Bank voted Best of State 2019: Business Services – Banking and Community Development – Large Business ▪ Zions Bancorporation Ranked #35 on Forbes 2019 America’s Best Banks 4 1 www.americanbanker.com/news/women-in-banking-top-teams-2018-zions-bancorp; 2 The San Diego Union-Tribune 4 1. One of five winning teams, 2015, Zions Bank; 2. exim.gov, April 24, 2014; 3.Readers of the San Diego Union-Tribune, (annually #1 from 2011-2018) and Orange County Register (annually #1 from 2014-2018); 3 Fifteen annual occurrences, August 2015, for 5 years; Orange County Register, for two years in a row; 4.Ranking Arizona, 2015 Ranking Arizona Magazine; 4 Las Vegas Review-Journal, Reno Magazine, Elko Daily Free Press


 
The Big Picture: Zions is a Leader in Small Business Lending Zions punches above its weight Commercial Loans sized $100k - $1M Commercial Loans sized $100k - $1M ($ billion) as a percent of total commercial loans $30 30% $25 25% $20 20% $15 15% $10 10% $5 5% $0 0% C C RF RF STI STI KEY KEY FRC FRC BBT BBT ASB ASB CFG CFG USB USB FNB FNB BAC BAC SNV SNV JPM JPM PNC PNC FHN FHN FITB FITB IBKC IBKC WFC WFC MTB MTB ALLY ALLY CMA CMA ZION ZION HWC HWC PBCT PBCT BOKF BOKF WTFC WTFC HBAN HBAN EWBC EWBC BMO-US BMO-US MUFG-US MUFG-US Five largest U.S. banks Note: Call report data via SNL Financial/S&P Global, as of 1Q18; peer group shown different than typical peer group in order to show the 5 position of the largest U.S. banks


 
Loan Growth Moderate to strong loan growth achieved in certain targeted growth categories Year-over-Year Loan Balance Growth Year over year: Total Loans: +7% ▪ Note: circle size indicates Loan growth predominantly in 60% relative proportion of loan Municipal, Residential Mortgage portfolio as of 2Q19 (1-4 Family), Term CRE, Owner Other, 50% Municipal, Occupied and C&I 45% 48% 40% Over the next four quarters, we expect moderate total loan growth, driven 30% C&D, by: 18% 1-4 Family, Term CRE C&I (ex-O&G), ▪ Owner 8% Moderate to strong growth in 1-4 20% (ex-NRE), 4% Family, Municipal, C&I and O&G, Occupied, 7% 8% Owner-Occupied loans 10% 12% ▪ Stable to moderate growth in oil Home 0% and gas and CRE Equity, 4% -10% National Real Estate, Growth Growth Year Rate:over Year -20% -7% -30% $0 $5 $10 $15 Size of the Portfolio, in billions of dollars Note: National Real Estate (NRE) is a line of business of Zions Bank (a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A.) 6 with a focus on small business loans with low LTV ratios, which generally are consistent with SBA 504 program parameters. “Other” loans includes certain consumer loans such as credit cards and homeowner construction.


 
Risk Total Global, Financial/S&P as of data SNL 2Q19. Source: capital III Regulatory Baselfor2Q19. Note: ratios are Capital: Operating From a Position of Strength slightly median peer above Capitalratiosare strong relativeto activelypeers;capitalmanaging ratioslower to - Based Capital for Zions at 2Q19 was 13.0% Based Capital forZions at 2Q19 EWBC 12.5% ZION - 2Q18 12.2% Common Equity Tier 1 Capital Ratio BOKF 10.8% ZION 10.8% As of 2Q19: As Peer of 2Q19: Median 10.0% CFG 10.5% IBKC 10.4% BBT 10.3% CMA 10.2% FRC 10.2% ASB 10.1% PBCT 10.0% RF 9.9% HBAN 9.9% MTB 9.8% KEY 9.6% SNV 9.6% FITB 9.6% FHN 9.3% WTFC 9.2% STI 9.2% Capital 1 Risk Tier 1 CapitalTier Equity Common Ratio ▪ ▪ ▪ Capital Ratios Compared to Peers applicable applicable shareholdersto common in 2Q19 distributed percentagea as net of earnings More than 175%: dividend for thirdthe quarter 2019 of $0.34: quarter 2019 of approved share common repurchase for thirdthe Up to $275million: - Based Zions’ per shareZions’ approved quarterly 11.8% 10.8% ZION Zions’ common capital commonZions’ Zions’ board board Zions’ Rank 3 3 rd rd 7


 
Decade-Long Risk Profile Improvement Since the recession, Zions has addressed the following: Concern Mitigation Negative/Low ✓ Improved ROA to levels approximately in line with peers Profitability ✓ Efficiency Ratio improved to 59.6% (2018) from 73.5% (2014) Energy Losses and ✓ Healthy credit metrics due to (1) improved concentration limits and (2) less exposure to oilfield services Cloudy Credit Outlook More Recent More “Seasoning” of ✓ Consolidation of risk and credit functions across the enterprise Risk Management ✓ Risk Management best practices have permeated the culture for several years Infrastructure Regulatory CCAR ✓ No qualitative fails in the CCAR process, ever Pass/Fail Compliance ✓ Post-stress CET1 ratio stronger than CCAR median 1 ✓ Eliminated CDOs, reduced construction loans, added mortgage loans, government agency MBS On-Balance ✓ Reduced loan to deposit ratio from more than 100% (pro forma for the Lockhart off-balance sheet vehicle) Sheet Liquidity to the mid-80s percent range ✓ Reduced risk through simplified business model and structure, charter consolidation, merger of holding co. ✓ Improved mortgage, retail loan and business banking loan processes Simplify Processes ✓ Strengthened management information capabilities with enhanced management information systems (e.g. dashboards) Board ✓ Five new board members since 2014 Engagement ✓ Robust banking and risk management experience Low Capital ✓ Increased CET1 ratio to >10% from <6% ✓ Reduced credit losses by more than 90% since 2008 recession, sustainable at levels lower than peers High Loan Losses ✓ Individual loan underwriting not the issue: enhanced concentration risk management High Concentration ✓ Reduced total concentration in CRE relative to capital by more than 50% since 2007 Older in CRE, C&D & CDOs ✓ Constr. & Land Dev. reduced to less than 0.5x CET1 from 2.7x in 2007; Eliminated CDO exposure. 1 Beginning in 2018, Zions was no longer included in CCAR results as published by the Federal Reserve. However, Zions 8 continues to conduct full-scope annual stress testing using scenarios that are generally consistent with the macro stresses experienced in 2008-2010, and the results are published at zionsbancorporation.com


 
Credit Quality Exceptional and solid credit quality ▪ Key Credit Metrics: Credit Quality Ratios ▪ Classified loans (1.6% of loans) 4.00% ▪ Declined 19% from the prior year ▪ Increased 6% from the prior qtr 3.50% (1) ▪ NPAs+90 (0.5% of loans + OREO) 3.00% ▪ Declined 29% from the prior year ▪ Increased 7% from prior qtr 2.50% ▪ Annualized net loan losses of: 2.00% ▪ 0.12% in 2Q19 1.50% ▪ 0.01% net charge-offs over the last 12 months 1.00% 0.50% ▪ Allowance for credit losses Trailing 12 month net loan charge-offs/loans: 0.01% ▪ 116 basis points of total loans and leases 0.00% ▪ 2.3x coverage of NPAs up from 1.6x coverage a year ago -0.50% 4Q14 4Q15 4Q16 4Q17 2Q18 3Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 ▪ 0.7x of classified loans compared with 0.6x a year ago NCOs / Loans (ann.) Classified / Loans NPAs +90/ Loans + OREO ACL / Loans (1) Nonperforming assets plus loans that were ≥ 90 days past due. 9 Note: Net Charge-offs/Loans ratio is annualized for all periods shown


 
Credit Quality Continue to be a positive outlier in the future due to benefits of upgraded risk management practices NPAs+90DPD / Loans+OREO NCOs / Average Loans 2.00% 2.00% Last 12 Months Average Last 12 Months Average 2.13% 1.50% 1.50% Zions at 1.00% 2Q19: 1.00% 0.64% 0.50% 0.50% 0.00% RF STI 0.00% KEY FRC BBT ASB CFG FNB SNV FHN FITB IBKC MTB CMA ZION HWC PBCT BOKF RF WTFC HBAN STI EWBC KEY FRC BBT ASB CFG FNB SNV FHN FITB IBKC MTB CMA ZION HWC PBCT BOKF WTFC HBAN EWBC 2.00% Average Annual NCOs / Loans Approximately one half of Zions’ historical 1990 - 2018 losses were attributable to construction and 1.50% land development loans, which concentration has been greatly reduced 1.00% 0.50% 0.00% FRC PBCT IBKC BOKF MTB WTFC FNB HWC EWBC ASB ZION CMA BBT CFG STI RF HBAN FITB KEY FHN SNV Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global, data as of 2Q19. Average NCOs/Loans calculated averaging the NCOs/Loans 10 each year through 2018. Note: Survivorship bias: some banks that may have been included in Zions’ peer group have been excluded due to their failed or merged status.


 
their failed or merged status. failed their merged or to due excluded havebeen in included group Zions’ Survivorshipbanks peer may bias: have been that some Note: ofresults. annualized averagequarterly Global. Financial/S&P Calculated the using SNL Source: Annualized NCOs / Nonaccrual Loans Credit Quality: Loan LossSeverity BOKF 7% peers loansgenerallyhave substantialZions’ collateral conservativeunderwriting.and Relative to ZION 12% FHN 13% Year Five (2014 ASB 17% problemsariseZionswhen , MTB 17% CMA 19% IBKC 20% - HWC 21% Average2018) WTFC 27% SNV 32% KEY 35% HBAN 38% RF 40% STI 53% FITB 73% BBT 79% Annualized NCOs / Nonaccrual Loans BOKF 26% generallyexperiences severelesslosses. loan ASB 27% Fifteen Year(2004 MTB 32% IBKC 32% ZION 35% CMA 38% WTFC 42% FHN 48% - RF 52% Average2018) SNV 56% STI 59% KEY 63% HWC 69% HBAN 75% BBT 81% FITB 86% IBKC 3.44% Risk Adjusted Net Interest Margin WTFC 3.32% Five Year Five (2014 SNV 3.22% MTB 3.22% ZION 3.21% HWC 3.16% BBT 3.04% HBAN 3.00% - 2018) Average2018) RF 2.93% FHN 2.90% CMA 2.80% KEY 2.71% STI 2.71% ASB 2.68% FITB 2.66% BOKF 2.66% 11


 
Credit Quality Trend Zions has reached the best quartile for NPAs and ranks the best of peers for NCOs NPAs+90 DPD / NCOs/Loans Loans + OREO (Trailing 12-month Average) Oil and gas recession 1.70% 1.70% 1.50% 1.50% 1.30% 1.30% 1.10% 1.10% 0.90% 0.90% 0.70% 0.70% Bump in charge offs related to 0.50% oil and gas recession 0.50% 0.30% 0.30% 0.10% 0.10% -0.10% -0.10% 2Q16 4Q14 2Q15 4Q15 4Q16 2Q17 4Q17 2Q18 4Q18 2Q19 2Q15 4Q17 4Q14 4Q15 2Q16 4Q16 2Q17 2Q18 4Q18 2Q19 ZION Peer Top Quartile Peer Bottom Quartile ZION Peer Top Quartile Peer Bottom Quartile Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global, data as of 2Q19. NPAs + 90 DPD = nonperforming assets (nonaccrual loans 12 plus other real estate owned) plus loans 90 days past due and still accruing interest.


 
Our Digital Strategic Objectives Build on our Strength as a Business Banking Leader Reinforcing the value proposition to our customers, with particular focus on deposit products Revamp the “front door” digital customer experience for: 1 ▪ Treasury management ▪ Small business ▪ Residential mortgage ▪ Retail, small business, online and mobile Make the new account on-boarding process faster for our 2 customers, particularly for businesses Enhance relationship manager mobile enablement with 3 enhanced access to customer 360 degree view and all tools Continue core and enabling technology investments to 4 support the faster and more agile delivery of customer value 13


 
Investments seek to improve the customer experience whilesimplifyingourimproveexperienceInvestments processes thecustomer seekto Tech Initiatives On the Horizon: Digital and Simplification Investments FUTURECORE & ENABLING CLIENT EXPERIENCE & ENGAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES P P Treasury Internet Banking 2.0 Consumer, C&I, and commercial real estate lending core system replacement L A I C R E M M O C $10B demand deposits L A I C R E M M O C $100MM fee income FutureCore Digital Business Loan Application 2018 - 2019 Release 1 & 2 4,000 applications $2B loan balances S S E N I S U B L L A M S S S E N I S U B L L A M S Relationship Manager Mobile Enablement Deposit Product Simplification 2017 Public Website Relaunch Automation Center of Excellence Small Business and Consumer Digital Account Opening - 2019 3 3 million visits per month 1.5 million accounts 2019 Online and Mobile Banking Replacement P 2018 T N E U L F F A ~750,000 accounts T N E U L F F A 2016 $35B deposits - 2019 - 2017 2020 Digital Mortgage Loan Application - 2020 10,000 applications $2.5B funding FutureCore 2020 2016 Deposits R E M U S N O C - 2020 Release 3 2019 2022 14


 
FutureCore Replacing our core loan and deposit systems with one new modern core platform Loans Deposits (Phase 1 and 2) (Phase 3) ▪ All consumer, commercial and commercial real estate ▪ FutureCore Phase 3 is currently underway loans that were within the scope of the project are on with a planned rollout by 2022 one core platform ▪ Applies all of the loan system benefits to the ▪ Uses a single sign-on for nearly all loan information deposits ▪ Provides employees with intuitive Windows-based navigation ▪ FutureCore Phase 3 will also replace the ▪ Allows front office and occasional users to easily teller and branch platform research basic loan information ▪ Will complete installation of the Customer ▪ Automates a substantial number of processes that were Data Information hub; stores all customer- previously done manually on spreadsheets specific information to feed FutureCore and ▪ Allows for real-time processing 25+ internal systems ▪ Provides Zions with a modern architecture that will enable faster adoption of future technology advancements ▪ Utilizes knowledge-based prompt technology that assists colleagues in interpreting the data entry or inquiry process ▪ Promotes standardized and more consistent data 15


 
Deliver a “Simple, Easy, Fast, Safe" Experience for Customers and Employees Simplify, Strengthen, Improve Simplify the business Strengthen management model and structure information capabilities and ▪ Elimination of holding company usage ▪ Charter consolidation Simple Easy ▪ Data governance ▪ Enterprise retail banking, ▪ Business intelligence mortgage, international, ▪ General ledger project foreign exchange, wealth ▪ FutureCore management Safe Fast ▪ Credit LEAD ▪ Greater visibility for our 17 product groups ▪ Enterprise loan operations and Simple, Easy, Fast middle office ▪ Town Hall Meetings and Listening Sessions: CEO and President Improve the banking experience ▪ “SWAT” Sessions ▪ Credit process simplification ▪ Direct employee feedback ▪ Employee ambassador banking benefits ▪ Employee Survey ▪ Mortgage ▪ Retail Loan Center ▪ Business Banking Loan Center ▪ Deposit product simplification ▪ Customer Care Center 16


 
Results of Simple, Easy, Fast, Safe Initiative – Growth Metrics Strong performance and momentum across all key financial metrics Indexed Net Revenue Indexed Noninterest Expense Indexed Adjusted Pre-Provision Net Revenue 150 150 230 ZION 210 140 Peer Top Quartile 140 190 130 Peer Bottom Quartile 130 170 120 120 150 110 110 130 100 100 110 90 90 90 1Q16 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 3Q17 4Q17 1Q18 2Q18 3Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 1Q18 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 3Q17 4Q17 2Q18 3Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 3Q17 4Q17 1Q18 2Q18 3Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 Indexed Adjusted Pre-Provision Net Revenue less NCOs Per Share Indexed EPS Growth 250 310 290 230 270 210 250 190 230 210 170 190 150 170 150 130 130 110 110 90 90 70 3Q18 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 3Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 3Q17 4Q17 1Q18 2Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 3Q16 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 4Q15 1Q16 2Q16 4Q16 1Q17 2Q17 3Q17 4Q17 1Q18 2Q18 3Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global. Data adjusted to account for major acquisitions. Zions results adjusted in 3Q18, 2Q18, 1Q18 and 2Q17 17 to exclude interest income from loan recoveries which were greater than $1 million, a $4 million adjustment in 3Q18 for FDIC true-up and a charitable foundation contribution of $12 million in 4Q17. Results also adjusted for items such as severance, provision for unfunded lending commitments, securities gains and losses and debt extinguishment costs.


 
Results of Simple, Easy, Fast, Safe Initiative – Profitability Metrics Strong performance and momentum across all key financial metrics Efficiency Ratio Return on Assets % 80 1.6% 1.4% 75 1.2% 70 1.0% 65 0.8% 0.6% 60 0.4% 55 0.2% 50 0.0% 1H18 1H14 2H14 1H15 2H15 1H16 2H16 1H17 2H17 2H18 1H19 1H15 2H18 1H14 2H14 2H15 1H16 2H16 1H17 2H17 1H18 1H19 ZION Peer Top Quartile ZION Peer Top Quartile Peer Bottom Quartile Peer Bottom Quartile Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global. Data adjusted to account for major acquisitions. Zions results adjusted in 3Q18, 2Q18, 1Q18 and 2Q17 18 to exclude interest income from loan recoveries which were greater than $1 million, a $4 million adjustment in 3Q18 for FDIC true-up and a charitable foundation contribution of $12 million in 4Q17. Results also adjusted for items such as severance, provision for unfunded lending commitments, securities gains and losses and debt extinguishment costs.


 
Key Objectives Growth through simplification and focus ▪ Demonstrate long-term positive operating leverage: ▪ Achieve broad based loan and fee income growth through small business, middle market and capital markets ▪ Manage noninterest expense growth linked to revenue growth and technology projects ▪ Further strengthen the Return on Capital ▪ Demonstrate peer group leading stability in overall financial performance ▪ Implement technology upgrade and digital strategies ▪ Increase automation and simplification ▪ Maintain a strong yet safe Return of Capital ▪ Maintain top quartile credit risk profile and superior risk management posture that supports strong returns of capital ▪ Execute on our Community Bank Model – doing “We want to ensure that our branches are business on a “Local” basis staffed with real bankers, with much longer- ▪ Invest in our people and branches than-average tenure, who can solve problems and build and maintain the kinds of ▪ Studies consistently show that small businesses relationships customers value.” continue to rank a conveniently located branch and -Chairman Harris H. Simmons, 2018 Year In Review access to an account officer as the top two features for which they look when considering a bank 19


 
Next 12-Month Financial Outlook (2Q20E vs. 2Q19A) Outlook Comments Loan Balances Moderately • Efforts to reduce payoffs have been and are expected to be Increasing incrementally beneficial to loan growth rates Slightly • Continued modest net interest margin pressure Net Interest Income • Assumes rate cuts generally consistent with the forward curve Decreasing • Assumes moderately declining securities portfolio balances • Expect loan loss provisions to be modest Loan Loss Provision Modest • Assumes generally stable (benign) credit environment Customer-Related Slightly • Customer-related fees excludes securities gains, dividends Fees Increasing Adjusted Stable to Slightly • Actively manage noninterest expense to reflect revenue growth Noninterest Expense Decreasing • The effective tax rate is expected to be approximately 23%, including Stable Tax Rate the effects of stock-based compensation(1) (1) ASU 2016-09 went into effect January 1, 2017 and now requires the difference between income tax 20 accounting and U.S. GAAP accounting for stock compensation to be recognized in the income statement instead of as a direct adjustment to equity.


 
Appendix ▪ Company Abbreviation Key ▪ 2Q19 Financial Results ▪ Financial Summary ▪ Deposit Profile ▪ Deposit Growth Versus Cost ▪ Loan Growth by Affiliate and Category ▪ Net Interest Income Drivers: Yields and Costs ▪ Interest Rate Sensitivity and Historical Deposit Beta ▪ Middle Market and Small Business Research Feedback ▪ Leveraged Lending ▪ GAAP to Non-GAAP Reconciliation 21


 
Company Abbreviation (Ticker Symbol) Key ASB: Associated Banc-Corp HWC: Hancock Whitney Corp BAC: Bank of America IBKC: Iberiabank Corp BBT: BB&T Corporation JPM: JPMorgan Chase & Co. BOKF: BOK Financial Corporation KEY: KeyCorp C: Citigroup, Inc. MTB: M&T Bank Corporation CFG: Citizens Financial Group, Inc. PBCT: People’s United Financial, Inc. CMA: Comerica Incorporated PNC: PNC Financial Services Group EWBC: East West Bancorp, Inc. RF: Regions Financial Corporation FHN: First Horizon National Corporation SNV: Synovus Financial Corp. FITB: Fifth Third Bancorp STI: SunTrust Banks, Inc. FNB: FNB Corp UB: Union Bank FRC: First Republic Bank USB: US Bank HBAN: Huntington Bancshares Incorporated WFC: Wells Fargo & Co. WTFC: Wintrust Financial Corp. ZION: Zions Bancorporation, N.A. GREEN TEXT: Included in Zions’ 2019 peer group as listed in BLUE TEXT: Not included in Zions’ 2019 peer group as listed in the annual proxy statement; this group is used by Zions’ the annual proxy statement, but may be particularly relevant board in determining management compensation to the topic discussed within these slides 22


 
Financial Results Summary Solid and improving fundamental performance Three Months Ended (Dollar amounts in millions, except per share data) June 30, March 31, December 31, 2019 2019 2018 Earnings Results: Diluted Earnings Per Share $ 0.99 $ 1.04 $ 1.08 Net Earnings Applicable to Common Shareholders 189 205 217 Net Interest Income 569 576 576 Noninterest Income 132 132 140 Noninterest Expense 424 430 420 Pre-Provision Net Revenue (1) 294 285 305 Provision for Credit Losses 21 4 6 Ratios: Return on Assets(2) 1.14 % 1.26 % 1.34 % Return on Common Equity(3) 10.8 % 11.9 % 12.4 % Return on Tangible Common Equity(3) 12.7 % 13.9 % 14.5 % Net Interest Margin 3.54 % 3.68 % 3.67 % Yield on Loans 4.85 % 4.93 % 4.79 % Yield on Securities 2.51 % 2.57 % 2.46 % Average Cost of Total Deposits(4) 0.49 % 0.43 % 0.35 % Efficiency Ratio (1) 59.0 % 60.2 % 57.8 % Effective Tax Rate 22.7 % 22.3 % 22.1 % Ratio of Nonperforming Assets to Loans, Leases and OREO 0.52 % 0.50 % 0.55 % Annualized Ratio of Net Loan and Lease Charge-offs to Average Loans 0.12 % - % (0.07) % Common Equity Tier 1 Capital Ratio 10.8 % 11.3 % 11.7 % (1) Adjusted for items such as severance, provision for unfunded lending commitments, securities gains and losses and debt extinguishment costs. See Appendix for GAAP to non-GAAP reconciliation tables. 23 (2) Net Income before Preferred Dividends or redemption costs used in the numerator (3) Net Income Applicable to Common used in the numerator (4) Includes noninterest-bearing deposits


 
Deposit Profile: “Some of our greatest assets are our very small liabilities” Strong loan-to-deposit ratio, high concentration of granular retail and small business deposits. Noninterest bearing deposit concentration is consistently stronger than most peers; 2/3 of such deposits are tied to award-winning treasury management services. Loans/Deposits 100% Noninterest-Bearing Deposits / Total Deposits 90% Percent 3.5 50% 80% 70% 3.0 40% 60% 2.5 50% RF STI KEY FRC 30% BBT ASB CFG FNB SNV FHN FITB IBKC MTB CMA ZION HWC PBCT 2.0 BOKF WTFC HBAN EWBC Deposit Composition(1) 40% 1.5 35% 20% 30% 25% 1.0 20% 10% 15% 0.5 10% 5% 0% 0.0 0% 2012 2013 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 1Q19 2Q19 Corporate Consumer Estate Commercial ZION Peer Top Quartile Small Business CommericalReal Peer Bottom Quartile Fed Funds Rate (LHS) BrokeredDeposits Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global, data as of 2Q19. 24 1) Defined by businesses gross annual revenues (GAR): Micro Businesses: < $1 million; Business Banking: $1-9.9 million; Commercial: $10- 99.9 million; Corporate: $100 million+


 
Deposit Growth Versus Cost (3Q15-2Q19) Zions has achieved healthy deposit growth while keeping deposit costs in check 90 ▪ Deposit growth is unsurprisingly FHN correlated to deposit pricing EWBC 80 Growth achieved with a higher CFG ▪ Zions’ deposit growth rate: In interest cost line with the median 70 FNB KEY 2Q19 HWC - SNV ▪ Zions’ deposit cost increase: Best FITB PBCT 60 HBAN decile STI 50 BBT CMA Growth achieved RF with a lower interest 40 MTB cost (in basis points) 3Q15 points) basis (in ZION 30 Total Cost of Deposit Increase Deposit of Cost Total Denotes peer median 20 -10.0% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% Average Total Deposit Growth 3Q15-2Q19 Source: SNL Financial/S&P Global, data as of 2Q19; data adjusted for merger activity to more accurately reflect “organic” 25 growth rates (i.e. growth unaided by merger activity). IBKC and WTFC removed from peer set due to various target banks acquired where financial information could not be used to adjust growth rates. R(2) =0.5 (excludes outlier FRC)


 
Loan Growth by Bank Brand and Loan Type Year-over-year moderate loan growth of 7%; Linked quarter growth of 2% Year over Year Loan Growth (2Q19 vs. 2Q18) Zions (in millions) Amegy CB&T NBAZ NSB Vectra CBW Other Total Bank C&I (ex-Oil & Gas) 254 (115) 308 (30) 54 1 (8) - 464 Owner occupied (ex-NRE) 140 131 63 92 44 (10) 26 - 486 Energy (Oil & Gas) (46) 303 - 3 - 5 (1) - 264 Municipal 121 95 100 6 100 70 118 61 671 CRE C&D 114 52 28 1 81 119 11 - 406 CRE Term (ex-NRE) 55 130 315 102 (6) (19) (41) - 536 National Real Estate (NRE) (112) - - - - - - - (112) 1-4 Family 117 370 7 19 (1) 43 13 11 579 Home Equity (3) 37 36 (1) 22 10 3 - 104 Other 7 (21) 13 - (10) (2) - 2 (11) Total net loans 647 982 870 192 284 217 121 74 3,387 Linked Quarter Loan Growth (2Q19 vs. 1Q19) Zions (in millions) Amegy CB&T NBAZ NSB Vectra CBW Other Total Bank C&I (ex-Oil & Gas) 180 (74) 49 (97) 7 27 (1) 2 93 Owner occupied (ex-NRE) (6) 35 (25) 18 31 (8) 12 - 57 Energy (Oil & Gas) (3) 57 - 5 - (2) - - 57 Municipal 50 24 29 (4) 82 5 78 21 285 CRE C&D 43 82 46 39 19 34 3 - 266 CRE Term (ex-NRE) (38) (9) 90 27 (13) (12) - - 45 National Real Estate (NRE) 2 - - - - - - - 2 1-4 Family 19 101 2 7 12 7 4 (6) 146 Home Equity 18 13 10 - 2 6 (4) - 45 Other 25 (9) - (7) 1 (1) 4 2 15 Total net loans 290 220 201 (12) 141 56 96 19 1,011 Note: National Real Estate (NRE) is a division of Zions Bank with a focus on small business loans with low LTV 26 ratios, which generally are in line with SBA 504 program parameters. “Other” loans includes municipal and other consumer loan categories. Totals shown above may not foot due to rounding.


 
Net Interest Income Drivers: Yields and Costs NIM compression reflects the effect of the lower rate environment Net Interest Margin (NIM) Relative to the prior quarter, the net 5.0% interest margin was down 14 bps to Loan Yield 3.54% ▪ ~6 bps related to lower loan yields 4.0% 3.63% 3.67% 3.68% ▪ 3.56% 3.54% ~4 bps related to higher cost of deposits Net Interest Margin ▪ ~4 bps related to funding mix 3.0% Cash and Securities Yield 2.0% 1.0% Cost of Funds 0.0% 2Q18 3Q18 4Q18 1Q19 2Q19 27


 
Interest Rate Sensitivity Zions is actively managing balance sheet sensitivity Net Interest Income Sensitivity Modeled Annual Change in a Zions has been actively reducing interest rate sensitivity: (1) Interest Rate Environment ▪ $3.5 billion of interest rate floors as of 2Q19 ▪ $1.7 billion of interest rate swaps as of 2Q19 +200 bps -200 bps ∆ in Net Int. Inc. 6% -8% Zions may add additional floors and swaps to hedge interest rate risk in preparation for further declines in benchmark interest rates Assumed Beta of 31% 21% Total Deposits Short Term Resets or Percent Hedges Net Historical Deposit Betas 2Q19 vs 2Q19 vs Maturities of Loans (swaps, Percentage (loans only) floors) of 2Q18 3Q15 Portfolio Prime and 1M Libor 47% -3.4% 44% Interest Bearing Deposit Beta 65% 30% 2-3M Libor 4% -- 4% Total Deposit Beta 39% 17% 4-12M Libor 4% -- 4% Total Funding Beta 50% 22% Other Lns <12 months 7% 0.3% 7% Longer-term Resets or Maturities (1) This 12-month simulated impact using a static-sized balance sheet and a parallel shift 1-5 years 26% 2.2% 28% in the yield curve, does not contemplate changes in fee income that is amortized in interest income (e.g. premiums, discounts, origination points and costs) and is based on 5+ years 13% -- 13% statistical analysis relating pricing and deposit migration to benchmark rates (e.g. LIBOR, U.S. Treasuries). Source: Company filings and S&P Global Market Intelligence; Zions and the peer median experienced a cumulative 42% and 45% deposit beta during the 2004- 2005 rising interest rate period, respectively; for the first 200 bps the beta for Zions and Peers was 19% and 24%, respectively 28


 
Middle Market and Small Business Research Feedback Zions compares favorably to global competitors (JPMorgan, Bank of America, US Bank, Wells Fargo) Closest Zions Key Peers* Our Rank Competitor's Greenwich Associates Customer Satisfaction Categories Bancorporation (Average Score %) (2018) Score % Client Score % Middle Market (Revenues of $10-$500 million) % of "Excellent" Customer Citations** Overall Satisfaction Overall Satisfaction - Customers 56 42 49 1st Bank You Can Trust 73 56 63 1st Values Long-Term Relationships 69 56 64 1st Ease of Doing Business 61 53 60 1st Digital Product Capabilities 53 46 52 1st Satisfaction with our Bankers Overall Customer Satisfaction with Relationship Managers 69 60 66 1st Overall Customer Satisfaction with Cash Management Specialist 82 60 62 1st Overall Satisfaction with Branch 60 53 70 2nd Credit Process Willingness to Extend Credit 71 57 61 1st Speed in Responding to a Loan Request 65 55 63 1st Streamlines Loan Documentation 54 49 54 1st Flexible Terms and Conditions 67 46 53 1st Small Business (Revenues of $1-$10 million) % of "Excellent" Customer Citations** Overall Satisfaction Overall Satisfaction - Customers 57 45 54 1st Bank You Can Trust 78 59 80 2nd Values Long Term Relationships 67 56 71 2nd Ease of Doing Business 69 56 68 1st Digital Product Capabilities 58 54 67 2nd Satisfaction with our Bankers Overall Customer Satisfaction with Relationship Managers 71 61 72 2nd Overall Customer Satisfaction with Cash Management Specialist 84 70 80 1st Overall Satisfaction with Branch 70 55 71 2nd Credit Process Willingness to Extend Credit 65 55 65 1st Speed in Responding to a Loan Request 60 48 53 1st Streamlines Loan Documentation 60 47 57 1st Flexible Terms and Conditions 66 45 53 1st Source: 2018 Greenwich Associates Market Tracking Program Nationwide 29 *Key Peers: JPMorgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, US Bank, Wells Fargo ** Excellent Citations are a "5" on a 5 point scale from "5" excellent to "1" poor


 
Leveraged Lending Significantly lower concentration than regional banks surveyed by Moody’s Leveraged Lending Exposure In the Moody’s 2018 Regional Bank Survey, (1) Zions’ As a percent of Moody’s Definition of Tangible Common Equity As of June 30, 2018 leveraged lending balances were $0.7 billion 19% ▪ At June 30, 2018, Zions’ exposure was 12% of tangible common equity (2) ▪ The average and median exposure of the 15% 38 regional banks in Moody’s study was 19% and 15% of tangible common equity,(2) 12% respectively ▪ Leveraged loans were defined by Moody’s using the FDIC definition but using a cutoff of >4.0x Total Debt/EBITDA ZION Median Regional Average Regional Banks Banks (1) Moody’s definition of tangible common equity includes partial credit for non-common equity (hybrid) instruments: https://www.moodys.com/researchdocumentcontentpage.aspx?docid=PBC_1125264; Moody’s report on regional banks and leverage lending exposure: https://www.moodys.com/researchdocumentcontentpage.aspx?docid=PBC_1146377 30


 
GAAP to Non-GAAP Reconciliation (Amounts in millions) 2Q19 1Q19 4Q18 3Q18 2Q18 Efficiency Ratio Noninterest expense (GAAP) (1) (a) $ 424 $ 430 $ 420 $ 420 $ 421 Adjustments: Severance costs 1 - 2 2 1 Other real estate expense - (1) - 1 - Debt extinguishment cost - - - - - Amortization of core deposit and other intangibles - - - - - Restructuring costs - - - 1 - Total adjustments (b) 1 (1) 2 4 1 Adjusted noninterest expense (non-GAAP) (a) - (b) = (c) 423 431 418 416 420 Net Interest Income (GAAP) (d) 569 576 576 565 548 Fully taxable-equivalent adjustments (e) 7 6 6 5 5 Taxable-equivalent net interest income (non-GAAP) (d) + (e) = (f) 576 582 582 570 553 Noninterest income (GAAP) (1) (g) 132 132 140 136 138 Combined income (f) + (g) = (h) 708 714 722 706 691 Adjustments: Fair value and nonhedge derivative income (loss) (6) (3) (3) - - Equity securities gains (losses), net (3) 1 2 (1) 1 Total adjustments (i) (9) (2) (1) (1) 1 Adjusted taxable-equivalent revenue (non-GAAP) (h) - (i) = (j) 717 716 723 707 690 Pre-provision net revenue (PPNR), as reported (h) – (a) $ 284 $ 284 $ 302 $ 286 $ 270 Adjusted pre-provision net revenue (PPNR) (j) - (c) $ 294 $ 285 $ 305 $ 291 $ 270 Efficiency Ratio (1) (c) / (j) 59.0 % 60.2 % 57.8 % 58.8 % 60.9 % 31


 
GAAP to Non-GAAP Reconciliation $ In millions except per share amounts 2Q19 1Q19 4Q18 3Q18 2Q18 Pre-Provision Net Revenue (PPNR) (a) Total noninterest expense (1) $424 $430 $420 $420 $421 LESS adjustments: Severance costs 1 - 2 2 1 Other real estate expense - (1) - 1 - Debt extinguishment cost - - - - - Amortization of core deposit and other intangibles - - - - - Restructuring costs - - - 1 - (b) Total adjustments 1 (1) 2 4 1 (a-b)=(c) Adjusted noninterest expense $423 $431 $418 $416 $420 (d) Net interest income 569 576 576 565 548 (e) Fully taxable-equivalent adjustments 7 6 6 5 5 (d+e)=(f) Taxable-equivalent net interest income (TENII) 576 582 582 570 553 (g) Noninterest Income 132 132 140 136 138 (f+g)=(h) Combined Income $708 $714 $722 $706 $691 LESS adjustments: Fair value and nonhedge derivative income (loss) (6) (3) (3) - - Securities gains (losses), net (3) 1 2 (1) 1 (i) Total adjustments (9) (2) (1) (1) 1 (h-i)=(j) Adjusted revenue $717 $716 $723 $707 $690 (j-c) Adjusted pre-provision net revenue (PPNR) $294 $285 $305 $291 $270 Net Earnings Applicable to Common Shareholders (NEAC) (k) Net earnings applicable to common 189 205 217 215 187 (l) Diluted Shares 189,089 195,241 199,048 205,765 209,247 GAAP Diluted EPS 0.99 1.04 1.08 1.04 0.89 PLUS Adjustments: Adjustments to noninterest expense 1 (1) 2 4 1 Adjustments to revenue (9) (2) (1) (1) 1 Tax effect for adjustments (25% for 2019, 38% prior periods) (2) (1) - 1 Preferred stock redemption - - - - - (m) Total adjustments (10) (4) 1 4 2 (k+m)=(n) Adjusted net earnings applicable to common (NEAC) 179 201 218 219 189 (n)/(l) Adjusted EPS 0.95 1.03 1.10 1.06 0.90 (o) Average assets 69,855 68,584 67,025 66,374 66,505 (p) Average tangible common equity 5,974 5,991 5,923 6,009 6,057 Profitability (n)/(o) Adjusted Return on Assets (Annualized) 1.03% 1.19% 1.29% 1.31% 1.14% (n)/(p) Adjusted Return on Tangible Common Equity (Annualized) 12.0% 13.6% 14.6% 14.5% 12.5% (c)/(j) Efficiency Ratio 59.0% 60.2% 57.8% 58.8% 60.9% 32


 
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