NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--KBRA releases its third-quarter 2023 U.S. Bank Compendium and 2024 Outlook, providing the latest view of the U.S. banking industry and analysis of 3Q23 results for U.S. banks with KBRA long-term ratings.
KBRA’s Outlook for the banking industry is Stable, amid overall sound fundamentals, providing banks with solid footing to navigate an uncertain terrain in 2024. KBRA remains confident that the vast majority of our rated names will perform adequately in this uncertain economic environment with their ratings unchanged. That said, we have taken rating actions and will continue to take rating actions on banks that significantly underperform rating expectations. In this edition, we discuss earnings generation and potential NIM stabilization, funding costs and mixes, credit trends, and core capital measures. The report also examines other key topics and trends relevant to the banking sector. In addition, the Compendium includes our quarterly environmental, social, and governance (ESG) bulletin, which provides a regulatory recap and, this quarter, features WSFS Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: WSFS; KBRA Senior BHC Rating: A-/Stable Outlook).
The Compendium includes 3Q23 summaries on all publicly traded U.S. banks in KBRA’s rated universe, focusing on key performance and credit metrics, along with medians of key ratios. The Compendium also includes the top 10 lowest cost deposit franchises, highest reserves to loans, and largest sequential changes in return on assets, net interest margin, net charge-offs, and nonperforming asset ratios. Further, we provide a supplement with 147 debt issues—along with rating, amount issued, coupon, and maturity—among KBRA-rated banks.
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- Third-Quarter 2023 U.S. Bank Compendium Ratio Spreadsheet
- Third-Quarter 2023 U.S. Bank Compendium Bank Debt Worksheet
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