Republic Bank & Trust

Income Statement

Financial Highlights
2019 FQ3 YTD
9/30/2019
Interest Income 216,356
Interest Expense 34,625
Net Interest Income 181,731
FTE Net Interest Income NA
Provision for Loan Losses 24,844
Trading Account Income 143
Foreign Exchange Income 0
Trust Revenue 0
Service Charges on Deposits 10,650
Gain on Sale of Loans (FAS 140) 10,321
Loan Fees & Charges 567
Bank-owned Life Insurance Revenue 1,154
Insurance Revenue 336
Investment Banking & Brokerage 0
Other Noninterest Income 31,134
Total Noninterest Income 54,305
Realized Gain on Securities 561
Nonrecurring Revenue 0
Compensation & Benefits 75,184
Occupancy & Equipment 19,627
Marketing and Promotion Expense 3,800
Professional Fees 2,756
Tech & Communications Expense NA
Amrt of Intang & Goodwill Impair 139
Foreclosure & Repo (163)
Other Expense 29,518
Total Noninterest Expense 130,861
Nonrecurring Expense 0
Pre-Provision Net Revenue 105,175
Non-FTE Pre-Provision Net Revenue 105,175
Net Income before Taxes 80,892
Provision for Taxes 14,961
Effective Tax Rate(%) 18.50
Min Int & Oth after-tax Items 0
Extraordinary Items 0
Net Income 65,931
Net Income Attributable to Noncontrolling Int 0
Net Income Attributable to Parent 65,931
Preferred Dividends 0
Other Preferred Dividends after Net Income 0
Other Changes to Net Income 0
Net Income Avail to Common 65,931
Net Income for Diluted EPS 65,931
EPS after Extra($) 3.15
EPS after Extra Growth(%) 8.60
Pre-Provision Earnings per Share($) 3.97
Comprehensive Income
Net Income 65,931
Preferred Dividend Adjustment to Comprehensive Inc 0
Total Other Comprehensive Income 4,153
Comprehensive Income 70,084
Interest Income Earned On:
Interest Earned on Loans 199,935
Int Inc: Securities 11,278
Int Inc: Other Earn Assets 5,143
Int Inc: Secs & Oth Earn Assets 16,421
Int Inc: Total Earn Assets 216,356
Interest Expense Incurred On:
Int Exp: CDs 9,145
Int Exp: Other Deposits 12,548
Int Exp: Total Deposits 21,693
Int Exp: Debt 12,932
Int Exp: Total Int-bearing Liab 34,625
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