CNB Financial Corp. Announces Third Quarter Earnings.CANAJOHARIE Canajoharie may refer to:
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CNB Corresponsales No Bancarios (Spanish, Colombia) Financial Corp. (Nasdaq:CNBF) announced operating results for the three and nine month periods ended September. 30, 1999.
Net income for the third quarter of 1999 amounted to $1.658 million, an 10.5 percent decrease from the $1.852 million reported for the third quarter of 1998, while net income for the nine months ended September 30, 1999 amounted to $4.804 million, a 11.5 percent decrease from the $5.428 million reported for the nine months ended September 30, 1998. Diluted earnings per share diluted earnings per share
An earnings measure calculated by dividing net income less preferred stock dividends for a period by the average number of shares of common stock that would be outstanding if all convertible securities were converted into shares of amounted to $0.22 for the quarter ended September 30, 1999, an 8.3 percent decrease compared to diluted earnings per share of $0.24 for the quarter ended September 30, 1998 and diluted earnings per share for the nine months ended September 30, 1999 amounted to $0.63, an 11.3 percent decrease compared to diluted earnings per share of $0.71 for the nine months ended September 30, 1998. Cash dividends paid to shareholders in the first nine months of 1999 totaled $0.25 per share, or 12 percent higher than the $0.22 per share paid in the first nine months of 1998.
The decrease in net income in the third quarter of 1999 when compared to the third quarter of 1998, was due primarily to the Corporation's continued expansion. On August 27, 1999, Central National Bank, Canajoharie, New York Canajoharie, New York may refer to:
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The Village of Whitesboro is inside the Town of Whitestown. ) in the third quarter of 1999. This expansion activity resulted in an increase in operating expenses Operating expenses
The amount paid for asset maintenance or the cost of doing business, excluding depreciation. Earnings are distributed after operating expenses are deducted. in the third quarter of 1999. Included in the increases were salaries and employee benefits, occupancy and equipment, advertising, stationary Stationary can mean:
An unsecured bond with a claim to assets that is subordinate to all existing and future debt. Thus, in the event that the issuer encounters financial difficulties and must be liquidated, all other claims must be satisfied before and amortization of the goodwill incurred with the purchase of the AFS branches, have added on going expenditures. The increase in advertising and stationary and supplies are a result of start-up Start-up
The earliest stage of a new business venture. costs associated with acquiring and opening branches.
As a result of the acquisition of branches, CNB assumed approximately $156.5 million in deposits, including accrued interest Accrued Interest
The interest that has accumulated on a bond since the last interest payment up to but not including the settlement date.
There are two methods for calculating accrued interest:
1) 360-day year method, used for corporate and municipal bonds. payable, and paid a premium of 12.1 percent on the deposits. In consideration for its assumption of the deposits and other liabilities other liabilities
Small and relatively insignificant liabilities. For financial reporting purposes, firms often combine small liabilities into this single category rather than listing each liability separately. , CNB received the branch-related assets (primarily fixed assets fixed assets npl → activo sg fijo
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Funds deposited to regional Federal Reserve Banks by commercial banks, including funds in excess of reserve requirements.
These non-interest bearing deposits are lent out at the Fed funds rate to other banks unable to meet overnight reserve sold during the third quarter of 1999 which bears a much lower rate of interest than loans and securities. As CNB continues to deploy these funds in higher yielding loans and securities, an improvement in operating results is anticipated.
The decrease in net income for the nine months ended September30, 1999 when compared to the same period in 1998 was due primarily to the expansion activity that occurred in the third quarter of 1999, noted above, and a write-down Write-Down
Reducing the book value of an asset because it is overvalued compared to the market value.
This is usually reflected in the company's income statement as an expense, thereby reducing net income. of a corporate bond in the second quarter 1999 of $879,000 after tax ($1.187 million pre-tax). Excluding the write-down, net income would have been $5.683 million for the nine months ended September 30, 1999, an increase of $255,000 (4.7 percent) over the same period in 1998. Diluted earnings per share would have been $0.75 per share for the nine months ended September 30, 1999, an increase of $0.04 (5.6 percent). The increase in net income excluding the write-down was due primarily to an increase in net interest income of $1.285 million (6.5 percent). The increase in net interest income is due primarily to the Corporation's growth in earning assets Earning Assets
Any income-earning asset owned by a company.
These assets are generally interest-bearing accounts, bonds, and securities available for sale.
See also: Asset, Asset Valuation, Earnings, Net Interest Margin . The average balance of earning assets increased from $644.5 million for the nine months ended September 30, 1998 to $716.1 million for the nine months ended September 30, 1999, an increase of $71.6 million (11.1 percent).
Due primarily to the acquisition of branches from AFS, the Corporation's total assets increased $161.1 million (23.1 percent) from $697.0 million at September 30, 1998 to $858.1 million at September 30, 1999. Return on average assets for the nine months ended September 30, 1999 was 11.25 percent vs. 13.07 percent for the same period in 1998. Excluding the write-down, return on average assets would have been 1.02 percent and return on average equity would have been 13.29 percent for the nine months ended September 30, 1999. Asset quality continues to improve, as the ratio of non-performing assets to total assets decreased from 0.95 percent at September 30, 1998 to 0.72 percent at September 30, 1999. The ratio of the allowance for loan losses to non-performing loans A non-performing loan is a loan that is in default or close to being in default. Many loans become non-performing after being in default for 3 months, but this can depend on the contract terms. increased from 154 percent at September 30, 1998 to 166 percent at September 30, 1999.
Headquartered in Canajoharie, New York, CNB Financial Corp. is the holding company for Central National Bank, Canajoharie, and Central Asset Management, Inc. Central National Bank provides a broad range of deposit and loan products to area consumers, businesses and government entities. The bank operates 27 full service branch offices and two financial service centers throughout eight counties in Central New York. Central Asset Management provides investment advisory services advisory services
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CNB FINANCIAL CORP. UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Dollars in Thousands) QUARTERLY DATA 9/30/99 9/30/98 Change (in percents) Summary of Operations Net interest income $7,458 $6,531 14.2 Provision for loan losses 340 320 6.3 Net gain on securities trans 32 82 (61.0) Other income 998 938 6.4 Other expenses 5,853 4,736 23.6 Net Income 1,658 1,852 (10.5) Performance Ratios (Annualized): (in percents) Net interest margin (tax equivalent) 4.08 percent 4.21 percent Return on average assets 0.86 percent 1.09 percent Return on average equity 12.05 percent 13.33 percent YEAR-TO-DATE DATA (Y-T-D) Summary of Operations: Net interest income $20,972 $19,687 6.5 percent Provision for loan losses 1,060 610 73.8 percent Net (loss) gain on (620) 318 (295.0) percent securities transactions(1) Other income 2,916 2,682 8.7 percent Other expenses 15,648 14,745 6.1 percent Net income 4,804 5,428 (11.5) percent Net Income(2) 5,683 5,428 4.7 percent Performance Ratios (Annualized): (in percents) Net interest margin (tax equivalent) 4.07 percent 4.25 percent Return on average assets 0.87 percent 1.07 percent Return on average assets(2) 1.02 percent 1.07 percent Return on average equity 11.25 percent 13.07 percent Return on average equity(2)13.29 percent 13.07 percent BALANCE SHEET DATA 9/30/99 9/30/98 Assets $858,129 $696,958 Deposits 759,652 618,719 Gross loans 425,383 371,561 Allowance for loan losses 8,508 8,403 Non-performing loans 5,137 5,454 Allowance to non-performing loans (in percents) 166 percent 154 percent Allowance to total loans (in percents) 2.0 percent 2.3 percent Stockholders' equity 56,576 56,067 (1) -- Includes write-down of corporate bond of $1.187 million in the quarter ended June 30, 1999. (2) -- Excludes after tax $879,000 write-down of corporate bond in the quarter ended June 30, 1999.