This discussion and analysis reviews our consolidated financial statements and other relevant statistical data and is intended to enhance your understanding of our financial condition and results of operations. The information in this section has been derived from the Consolidated Financial Statements and notes thereto which are included in Item 8 of this Form 10-
K. Youshould read the information in this section in conjunction with the business and financial information regarding us as provided in this Form 10-K. Financial Highlights (Dollars in thousands) June 30, 2022 2021 2020 Selected financial condition data Total assets $ 3,549,204 $ 3,524,723 $ 3,722,852Cash and cash equivalents 105,119 50,990 121,622 Commercial paper, net 194,427 189,596 304,967 Certificates of deposit in other banks 23,551 40,122 55,689 Debt securities available for sale, at fair value 126,978 156,459 127,537 Loans, net of ACL and deferred loan costs 2,734,605 2,697,799 2,741,047 Deposits 3,099,761 2,955,541 2,785,756 Borrowings - 115,000 475,000 Stockholders' equity 388,845 396,519 408,263 26
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2022 2021 2020 Selected operations data Total interest and dividend income
$ 116,114 $ 118,733 $ 136,254Total interest expense 5,340 15,411 32,150 Net interest income 110,774 103,322 104,104 Provision (benefit) for credit losses (592) (7,135) 8,500 Net interest income after provision (benefit) for credit losses 111,366 110,457 95,604 Service charges and fees on deposit accounts 9,462 9,083 9,382 Loan income and fees 3,185 2,208 2,494 Gain on sale of loans held for sale 12,876 17,352 9,946 BOLI income 2,000 2,156 2,246 Operating lease income 6,392 5,601 3,356 Gain on sale of debt securities 1,895 - - Other 3,386 3,421 2,908 Total noninterest income 39,196 39,821 30,332 Total noninterest expense 105,184 131,182 97,129 Income before income taxes 45,378 19,096 28,807 Income tax expense 9,725 3,421 6,024 Net income $ 35,653 $ 15,675 $ 22,783Net income per common share Basic $ 2.27 $ 0.96 $ 1.34Diluted $ 2.23 $ 0.94 $ 1.30At or For the Year Ended June 30, 2022 2021 2020
Índices de Desempenho Retorno sobre Ativos (rácio entre o lucro líquido e os ativos totais médios)
1.01 % 0.42 % 0.63 %
Retorno sobre o Patrimônio Líquido (Relação entre Lucro Líquido e Patrimônio Líquido Médio) 9,00
3.88 5.54 Tax equivalent yield on earning assets(1) 3.58 3.49 4.13 Rate paid on interest-bearing liabilities 0.23 0.57 1.18 Tax equivalent average interest rate spread(1) 3.35 2.92 2.95 Tax equivalent net interest margin(1)(2) 3.42 3.04 3.17 Average interest-earning assets to average interest-bearing liabilities 138.30 128.01 122.10 Noninterest expense to average total assets 2.97 3.55 2.70 Efficiency ratio 70.14 91.64 72.25 Efficiency ratio - adjusted(3) 69.25 74.08 71.62 Asset quality ratios Nonperforming assets to total assets(4) 0.18 % 0.36 % 0.44 % Nonperforming loans to total loans(4) 0.22 0.46 0.58 Total classified assets to total assets 0.61 0.64 0.84
Provisão para créditos de liquidação duvidosa (4) 566,83
281.38 176.30 Allowance for credit losses to total loans 1.25 1.30 1.01 Net charge-offs to average loans (0.02) 0.01 0.07 Capital ratios Equity to total assets at end of period 10.96 % 11.25 % 10.97 % Tangible equity to total tangible assets(3) 10.31 10.59 10.33 Average equity to average assets 11.20 10.91 11.46 Dividend payout ratio 15.30 32.01 19.98 Dividends declared per common share
(1)The weighted average rate for municipal leases is adjusted for a 24% combined federal and state tax rate since the interest from these leases is tax exempt. (2)Net interest income divided by average interest-earning assets. (3)See "GAAP Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures" section below for additional details. (4)Nonperforming assets and loans include nonaccruing loans, consisting of certain restructured loans, and REO. There were no accruing loans more than 90 days past due at the dates indicated. At
June 30, 2022, there were $2.8 millionof restructured loans included in nonperforming loans and $3.8 million, or 62.5%, of nonperforming loans were current on their loan payments. 27 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Conciliando medidas financeiras não GAAP
We believe the non-GAAP financial measures included above provide useful information to management and investors that is supplementary to our financial condition, results of operations and cash flows computed in accordance with US GAAP; however, we acknowledge that our non-GAAP financial measures have a number of limitations. The following reconciliation tables provide detailed analyses of these non-GAAP financial measures.
Abaixo está uma reconciliação com o US GAAP para nosso índice de eficiência:
(Dollars in thousands) Year Ended June 30, 2022 2021 2020 Noninterest expense
$ 105,184 $ 131,182 $ 97,129Less: branch closure and restructuring expenses - 1,513 - Less: officer transition agreement expense 1,795 - - Less: prepayment penalties on borrowings - 22,690 - Noninterest expense - adjusted $ 103,389
Net interest income
$ 110,774 $ 103,322 $ 104,104Plus: tax equivalent adjustment 1,231 1,267 1,190 Plus: noninterest income 39,196 39,821 30,332
Menos: Lucro na venda de títulos disponíveis para venda 1.895
- - Net interest income plus noninterest income - adjusted
$ 149,306 $ 144,410 $ 135,626Efficiency ratio 70.14 % 91.64 % 72.25 % Efficiency ratio - adjusted 69.25 % 74.08 % 71.62 %
Abaixo está um ajuste ao US GAAP para valor contábil tangível e valor contábil tangível por ação:
(Dollars in thousands, except per share data) June 30, 2022 2021 2020 Total stockholders' equity
$ 388,845 $ 396,519 $ 408,263Less: goodwill, core deposit intangibles, net of taxes 25,710 25,902 26,468 Tangible book value(1) $ 363,135 $ 370,617 $ 381,795Common shares outstanding 15,591,466 16,636,483 17,021,357 Book value per share $ 24.94 $ 23.83 $ 23.99Tangible book value per share $ 23.29 $ 22.28 $ 22.43
(i) O valor contabilístico tangível é igual ao capital total menos goodwill e ativos intangíveis dos depósitos básicos, após dedução dos respetivos passivos por impostos diferidos.
Set forth below is a reconciliation to US GAAP of tangible equity to tangible assets: (Dollars in thousands) June 30, 2022 2021 2020 Tangible equity(1)
$ 363,135 $ 370,617 $ 381,795Total assets 3,549,204 3,524,723 3,722,852 Less: goodwill, core deposit intangibles, net of taxes 25,710 25,902 26,468 Total tangible assets $ 3,523,494 $ 3,498,821 $ 3,696,384Tangible equity to tangible assets 10.31 % 10.59 % 10.33 % (1) Tangible equity (or tangible book value) is equal to total stockholders' equity less goodwill and core deposit intangibles, net of related deferred tax liabilities. Overview The following discussion and analysis presents the more significant factors that affected our financial condition as of June 30, 2022and 2021 and results of operations for each of the years in the three-year period then ended. Refer to "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" included in our Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the SECon September 10, 2021(the "2021 Form 10-K") for a discussion and analysis of the more significant factors that affected periods prior to fiscal year 2021. Our primary source of pre-tax income is net interest income. Net interest income is the difference between interest income, which is the income that we earn on our loans and investments, and interest expense, which is the interest that we pay on our deposits and borrowings. Changes in levels of interest rates affect our net interest income. A secondary source of income is noninterest income, which includes revenue we receive from providing products and services, including service charges and fees on deposit accounts, loan income and fees, gains on the sale of loans held for sale, BOLI income, and operating lease income. 28 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- An offset to net interest income is the provision for credit losses which is required to establish the ACL at a level that adequately provides for current expected credit losses inherent in our loan portfolio, off balance sheet commitments, and available for sale debt securities. See "Note 1 - Summary of Significant Accounting Policies" of the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K for further discussion. Our noninterest expenses consist primarily of salaries and employee benefits, expenses for occupancy, marketing and computer services, and FDICdeposit insurance premiums. Salaries and benefits consist primarily of the salaries and wages paid to our employees, payroll taxes, expenses for retirement, and other employee benefits. Occupancy expenses, which are the fixed and variable costs of buildings and equipment, consist primarily of lease payments, property taxes, depreciation charges, maintenance, and costs of utilities.
POLÍTICAS E ESTIMATIVAS CONTÁBEIS SIGNIFICATIVAS
Certain of our accounting policies are important to the portrayal of our financial condition, since they require management to make difficult, complex, or subjective judgments, some of which may relate to matters that are inherently uncertain. Estimates associated with these policies are susceptible to material changes as a result of changes in facts and circumstances which include, but are not limited to, changes in interest rates, changes in the performance of the economy, and changes in the financial condition of borrowers. The following represents our critical accounting policy: Allowance for Credit Losses, or ACL, on Loans. The ACL reflects our estimate of credit losses that will result from the inability of our borrowers to make required loan payments. We charge off loans against the ACL and subsequent recoveries, if any, increase the ACL when they are recognized. We use a systematic methodology to determine our ACL for loans held for investment and certain off-balance sheet credit exposures. The ACL is a valuation account that is deducted from the amortized cost basis to present the net amount expected to be collected on the loan portfolio. We consider the effects of past events, current conditions, and reasonable and supportable forecasts on the collectability of the loan portfolio. The estimate of our ACL involves a high degree of judgment; therefore, our process for determining expected credit losses may result in a range of expected credit losses. Our ACL recorded on the balance sheet reflects our best estimate within the range of expected credit losses. We recognize in net income the amount needed to adjust the ACL for management's current estimate of expected credit losses. Our ACL is calculated using collectively evaluated and individually evaluated loans.
Demonstrações Contábeis Modernas
Para uma discussão das demonstrações contábeis recentes, vide “Nota 1 – Resumo das Políticas Contábeis Significativas” das notas às demonstrações financeiras consolidadas no Item 8 deste relatório no Formulário 10-K para discussão adicional.
Itens Notáveis nas Finanças Públicas 2022
July 1, 2021, the Bank brought its back-office SBA loan servicing process in-house to provide additional servicing fee and gain on sale income. In aggregate, our approach is designated to lead to increased profitability and franchise value over time. Fiscal 2021 Items of Note On July 1, 2020, we adopted the CECL accounting standard in accordance with ASU 2016-13, "Financial Instruments-Credit Losses (Topic 326): Measurement of Credit Losses on Financial Instruments." The cumulative effect adjustment from this change in accounting policy resulted in an increase in our ACL for loans of $14.8 million, additional deferred tax assets of $3.9 million, additional reserve for unfunded loan commitments of $2.3 million, and a reduction to retained earnings of $13.4 million. In addition, an ACL for commercial paper was established for $250,000with a deferred tax asset of $58,000. The adoption of this ASU did not have an effect on available-for-sale debt securities for the year ended June 30, 2021. On June 15, 2021, we announced a plan to close nine branches in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. The branch closures were part of our ongoing strategic initiatives to respond to changing customer preferences and were expected to reduce operating expenses and provide additional company-wide efficiencies. The branch closure and restructuring expenses recognized for the year ended June 30, 2021included costs associated with impacted employees, impairment of an operating lease asset, the write-down of branch facilities, and other net costs. All applicable regulatory requirements were met and the branch closures occurred on September 16, 2021.
No terceiro e quarto trimestres, a empresa pagou antecipadamente o valor restante
Em dívidas de longo prazo que impliquem uma penalidade de pré-pagamento
Comparação dos resultados das operações para os anos encerrados
Net Income. Net income totaled
$35.7 million, or $2.23per diluted share, for the year ended June 30, 2022compared to $15.7 million, or $0.94per diluted share, for the year ended June 30, 2021, an increase of $20.0 million, or 127.5%. The results for the year ended June 30, 2022compared to the year ended June 30, 2021were positively impacted by higher net interest income and no prepayment penalties on borrowings, partially offset by a lower benefit for credit losses. Details of the changes in the various components of net income are further discussed below. 29 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Net Interest Income. The following table presents the distribution of average assets, liabilities and equity, as well as interest income on average interest-earning assets and interest expense paid on average interest-bearing liabilities. All average balances are daily average balances. Nonaccruing loans have been included in the table as loans carrying a zero yield. Year Ended June 30, 2022 2021 2020 Average Interest Average Interest Average Interest Balance Earned/ Yield/ Balance Earned/ Yield/ Balance Earned/ Yield/ (Dollars in thousands) Outstanding Paid(2) Rate(2) Outstanding Paid(2) Rate(2) Outstanding Paid(2) Rate(2) Assets: Interest-earning assets: Loans receivable (1) $ 2,809,673 $ 110,8343.94 % $ 2,819,180 $ 113,0654.01 % $ 2,748,124 $ 123,3644.49 % Commercial paper 232,676 1,721 0.74 % 217,457 1,206 0.55 % 276,343 5,986 2.17 % Debt securities available for sale 122,558 1,802 1.47 % 137,863 2,024 1.47 % 150,249 3,687 2.45 % Other interest-earning assets(3) 114,458 2,988 2.61 % 266,783 3,705 1.39 % 150,984 4,407 2.92 % Total interest-earning assets 3,279,365 117,345 3.58 % 3,441,283 120,000 3.49 % 3,325,700 137,444 4.13 % Other assets 258,550 257,111 265,376 Total assets $ 3,537,915 $ 3,698,394 $ 3,591,076Liabilities and equity: Interest-bearing liabilities: Interest-bearing checking accounts $ 646,370 $ 1,3780.21 % $ 609,754 $ 1,5520.25 % $ 457,455 $ 1,6270.36 % Money market accounts 996,876 1,406 0.14 % 882,252 1,699 0.19 % 767,315 6,910 0.90 % Savings accounts 227,452 163 0.07 % 211,192 155 0.07 % 166,588 195 0.12 % Certificate accounts 457,186 2,313 0.51 % 568,284 5,964 1.05 % 764,013 14,105 1.85 % Total interest-bearing deposits 2,327,884 5,260 0.23 % 2,271,482 9,370 0.41 % 2,155,371 22,837 1.06 % Borrowings 43,376 80 0.18 % 416,822 6,041 1.45 % 568,377 9,313 1.64 % Total interest-bearing liabilities 2,371,260 5,340 0.23 % 2,688,304 15,411 0.57 % 2,723,748 32,150 1.18 % Noninterest-bearing deposits 724,588 550,265 365,634 Other liabilities 45,834 56,315 90,247 Total liabilities 3,141,682 3,294,884 3,179,629 Stockholders' equity 396,233 403,510 411,447 Total liabilities and stockholders' equity $ 3,537,915 $ 3,698,394 $ 3,591,076Net earning assets $ 908,105 $ 752,979 $ 601,952Average interest-earning assets to average 138.30 % 128.01 % 122.10 % interest-bearing liabilities Tax-equivalent: Net interest income $ 112,005 $ 104,589 $ 105,294Interest rate spread 3.35 % 2.92 % 2.95 % Net interest margin(4) 3.42 % 3.04 % 3.17 % Non-tax-equivalent: Net interest income $ 110,774 $ 103,322 $ 104,104Interest rate spread 3.32 % 2.88 % 2.92 % Net interest margin(4) 3.38 % 3.00 % 3.13 % (1) The average loans receivable, net balances include loans held for sale and nonaccruing loans. (2) Interest income used in the average interest/earned and yield calculation includes the tax equivalent adjustment of $1.2 million, $1.3 million, and $1.2 millionfor fiscal years ended June 30, 2022, 2021, and 2020, respectively, calculated based on a combined federal and state tax rate of 24% for all three years. (3) The average other interest-earning assets consists of FRB stock, FHLB stock, SBIC investments, and deposits in other banks. (4) Net interest income divided by average interest-earning assets. 30 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total interest and dividend income for the year ended June 30, 2022decreased $2.6 million, or 2.2%, compared to the year ended June 30, 2021, which was driven by a $2.2 million, or 2.0%, decrease in interest income on loans, a $222,000, or 11.0%, decrease in interest income on debt securities available for sale, and a $718,000, or 19.4%, decrease in interest income on other interest-earning assets, partially offset by a $515,000, or 42.7%, increase in interest income on commercial paper. The decline in interest income on loans was partially driven by a decline in PPP interest and fee income of $754,000year-over-year. Total interest expense for the year ended June 30, 2022decreased $10.1 million, or 65.3%, compared to the year ended June 30, 2021. The decrease was driven by a $6.0 million, or 98.7%, decrease in interest expense on borrowings and a $4.1 million, or 43.9%, decrease in interest expense on deposits compared to last year. The overall average cost of funds decreased 34 basis points compared to last year primarily due to the prepayment of long-term borrowings in the prior year and reduced market rates.
A tabela a seguir mostra os efeitos que as mudanças nos saldos médios (volume) e nas taxas de juros médias (taxa) tiveram sobre os juros ganhos sobre ativos e passivos remunerados:
Years Ended June 30, 2022 Compared to 2021 2021 Compared to 2020 Increase/ Increase/ (Decrease) Total (Decrease) Total Due to Increase/ Due to Increase/ (Dollars in thousands) Volume Rate (Decrease) Volume Rate (Decrease) Interest-earning assets Loans receivable
$ (381) $ (1,850)
84 431 515 (1,276) (3,504) (4,780) Debt securities available for sale (225) 3 (222) (303) (1,360) (1,663) Other interest-earning assets (2,115) 1,398 (717) 3,382 (4,084) (702) Total interest-earning assets (2,637) (18) (2,655) 4,993 (22,437) (17,444) Interest-bearing liabilities Interest-bearing checking accounts 93 (267) (174) 541 (616) (75) Money market accounts 221 (514) (293) 1,035 (6,246) (5,211) Savings accounts 12 (4) 8 52 (92) (40) Certificate accounts (1,166) (2,485) (3,651) (3,612) (4,529) (8,141) Borrowings (5,412) (549) (5,961) (2,484) (788) (3,272)
Total de passivos remunerados
Redução líquida na receita de juros equivalentes a impostos
$ 7,416 $ (705)Provision (Benefit) for Credit Losses. The provision (benefit) for credit losses is the amount of expense that, based on our judgment, is required to maintain the ACL at an appropriate level under the CECL model. The determination of the ACL is complex and involves a high degree of judgment and subjectivity. Refer to "Note 1 - Summary of Significant Accounting Policies" of the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K for detailed discussion regarding ACL methodologies for available for sale debt securities, loans held for investment and unfunded commitments.
A tabela a seguir detalha os componentes da provisão (benefício) para perdas com créditos:
Year Ended June 30, 2022 vs 2021 2021 vs 2020 (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 2020 $ % $ % Provision (benefit) for credit losses Loans
$ (1,473) $ (7,270) $ 8,500 $ 5,797(80) % $ (15,770)(186) % Off-balance sheet credit exposure 981 35 - 946 2,703 35 100 Commercial paper (100) 100 - (200) (200) 100 100 Total provision (benefit) for credit losses $ (592) $ (7,135) $ 8,500 $ 6,543(92) % $ (15,635)(184) % For the year ended June 30, 2022, the "loans" portion of the provision was primarily the result of a slight improvement in the economic forecast, as more clarity was gained regarding the impact of COVID-19 upon the loan portfolio. The provision for off-balance sheet credit exposures increased $946,000, or 2,703%, primarily as the result of loan growth and changes in the loan mix and qualitative adjustments. For available for sale debt securities in an unrealized loss position, the Company evaluates the securities to determine whether the decline in the fair value below the amortized cost basis (impairment) is due to credit-related factors or noncredit-related factors. Any impairment that is not credit related is recognized in other comprehensive income, net of applicable taxes. Credit-related impairment is recognized as an ACL on the balance sheet, limited to the amount by which the amortized cost basis exceeds the fair value, with a corresponding adjustment to earnings. At June 30, 2022and 2021, the Company determined that noncredit-related factors were the cause those available for sale securities 31 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- in an unrealized loss position. Therefore, the Company carried no ACL at those respective dates and there was no credit loss expense recognized by the Company during the years ended June 30, 2022and 2021.
Veja mais discussão na seção ‘Provisão para Perdas de Crédito’ abaixo.
Renda sem juros. Receitas não decorrentes de juros para o exercício encerrado
Year Ended June 30, 2022 vs 2021 2021 vs 2020 (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 2020 $ % $ % Noninterest income Service charges and fees on deposit accounts
$ 9,462 $ 9,083 $ 9,382 $ 3794 % $ (299)(3) % Loan income and fees 3,185 2,208 2,494 977 44 (286) (11) Gain on sale of loans held for sale 12,876 17,352 9,946 (4,476) (26) 7,406 74 BOLI income 2,000 2,156 2,246 (156) (7) (90) (4) Operating lease income 6,392 5,601 3,356 791 14 2,245 67 Gain on sale of debt securities available for sale 1,895 - - 1,895 100 - - Other 3,386 3,421 2,908 (35) (1) 513 18 Total noninterest income $ 39,196 $ 39,821 $ 30,332 $ (625)(2) % $ 9,48931 % •Loan income and fees: The increase in loan income and fees was primarily due to approximately $1.3 millionin SBA servicing income, the result of bringing the servicing of these loans in-house effective July 1, 2021as indicated in the "Fiscal 2022 Items of Note" section above. •Gain on sale of loans held for sale: The decrease in the gain on sale of loans held for sale was primarily driven by decreases in the volume of residential mortgage loans and SBA commercial loans sold during the period as a result of rising interest rates. During the year ended June 30, 2022, $263.0 millionof residential mortgage loans originated for sale were sold with gains of $6.4 millioncompared to $406.5 millionsold with gains of $10.5 millionin the prior year. There were $54.7 millionof sales of the guaranteed portion of SBA commercial loans with recorded gains of $5.4 millionin the current year compared to $66.1 millionsold with gains of $6.1 millionin the prior year. The Company sold $120.0 millionof HELOCs during the current year for a gain of $791,000compared to $110.8 millionsold and gains of $724,000in the prior year. Lastly, $11.5 millionof indirect auto finance loans were sold out of the held for investment portfolio during the current year for a gain of $205,000. No such sales occurred in the prior year. •Operating lease income: The increase in operating lease income year-over-year is a result of increases in lease originations and higher outstanding balances in the current year. •Gain on sale of debt securities available for sale: The increase in the gain was driven by the sale of seven trust preferred securities during the quarter ended June 30, 2022which had previously been written down to zero through purchase accounting adjustments from a merger in a prior period. No other securities were sold during the periods presented.
Despesas inúteis. Despesas não decorrentes de juros para o exercício encerrado
Year Ended June 30, 2022 vs 2021 2021 vs 2020 (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 2020 $ % $
Salários, despesas não decorrentes de juros e benefícios a funcionários
$ 6,24711 % Occupancy expense, net 9,692 9,521 9,228 171 2 293 3 Computer services 9,761 9,607 8,153 154 2 1,454 18 Telephone, postage and supplies 2,754 3,122 3,275 (368) (12) (153)
Marketing and advertising 2,583 1,626 1,872 957 59 (246)
Deposit insurance premiums 1,712 1,799 900 (87) (5) 899 100 REO related expense, net 588 582 1,475 6 1 (893) (61) Core deposit intangible amortization 250 735 1,421 (485) (66) (686) (48) Branch closure and restructuring expenses - 1,513 - (1,513) (100) 1,513 100 Officer transition agreement expense 1,795 - - 1,795 100 - - Prepayment penalties on borrowings - 22,690 - (22,690) (100) 22,690 100 Other 16,458 17,031 14,096 (573) (3) 2,935
Total noninterest expense
$ 105,184 $ 131,182 $ 97,129 $ (25,998)(20) % $ 34,05335 % 32
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- •Salaries and employee benefits: As indicated in the "Fiscal 2021 Items of Note" section above, the decrease in salaries and employee benefits was primarily the result of branch closures and lower mortgage banking incentive pay as a result of the reduction of the volume of originations.
• Marketing e Publicidade: O aumento em marketing e publicidade foi resultado principalmente da diminuição da publicidade na mídia no período anterior à pandemia.
•Branch closure and restructuring expenses: See explanation in the "Fiscal 2021 Items of Note" section above. No such expenses were incurred in the other two periods presented. •Officer transition agreement expense: In
May 2022, the Company entered into an amended and restated employment and transition agreement with the Company's Chairman and CEO. As part of this agreement, the full amount of the estimated separation payment was accrued in 2022. No such expenses were incurred in the other two periods presented. •Prepayment penalties on borrowings: See explanation in the "Fiscal 2021 Items of Note" section above. No such expenses were incurred in the other two periods presented. Income Taxes. The amount of income tax expense is influenced by the amount of pre-tax income, the amount of tax-exempt income, changes in the statutory rate and the effect of changes in valuation allowances maintained against deferred tax benefits. Income tax expense for the year ended June 30, 2022increased $6.3 million, or 184.3%, to $9.7 millionfrom $3.4 millionin the prior year as a result of higher taxable income. The effective tax rate for fiscal 2022 and fiscal 2021 was 21.4% and 17.9%, respectively. The higher effective tax rate in the current year compared to the prior year was driven by a comparable amount of tax-exempt income in each period, compared to a higher pre-tax book income in fiscal 2022. For more information on income taxes and deferred taxes, see "Note 11 - Income Taxes" of the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K.
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origens. Os ativos totais foram
Debt Securities Available for Sale. Debt securities available for sale decreased
$29.5 million, or 18.8%, to $127.0 millionat June 30, 2022. The following table illustrates the changes in the fair value of the portfolio. June 30, Change (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 $ % U.S. government agencies $ 18,459 $ 19,073 $ (614)(3) % MBS, residential 47,233 43,404 3,829 9 Municipal bonds 5,558 9,551 (3,993) (42) Corporate bonds 55,728 84,431 (28,703) (34) Total $ 126,978 $ 156,459 $ (29,481)(19) %
A redução global da carteira foi resultado dos vencimentos, resgates e pagamentos dos títulos subjacentes, cujos recursos foram reinvestidos em depósitos remunerados.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The composition and contractual maturities of our debt securities portfolio as of
June 30, 2022is indicated in the following table. Maturities are based on the final contractual payment dates, and do not reflect the impact of prepayments or early redemptions that may occur. Weighted average yields were calculated using amortized cost on a fully-taxable equivalent basis. The Company did not hold any tax-exempt debt securities as of June 30, 2022. Over 1 year Over 5 to 10 (Dollars in thousands) 1 year or less to 5 years years Over 10 years Total U.S.government agencies Book value $ 3,993 $ 15,000$ - $ - $ 18,993Fair value 3,998 14,461 - - 18,459 Weighted average yield 2.51 % 0.28 % - % - % 0.75 % MBS, residential Book value 15,428 5,845 17,590 9,514 48,377 Fair value 15,363 5,753 16,955 9,162 47,233 Weighted average yield 2.47 % 1.23 % 2.02 % 2.57 % 2.17 % Municipal bonds Book value 2,007 2,492 1,046 - 5,545 Fair value 2,013 2,509 1,036 - 5,558 Weighted average yield 4.37 % 3.84 % 3.78 % - % 4.02 % Corporate bonds Book value 29,350 22,833 5,001 - 57,184 Fair value 28,945 22,048 4,735 - 55,728 Weighted average yield 1.76 % 1.18 % 3.38 % - % 1.67 % Total Book value $ 50,778 $ 46,170 $ 23,637 $ 9,514 $ 130,099Fair value $ 50,319 $ 44,771 $ 22,726 $ 9,162 $ 126,978Weighted average yield 2.14 % 1.04 % 2.38 % 2.57 % 1.82 % Total Loans, Net of Deferred Loan Fees and Costs. Loans held for investment totaled $2.8 billionat June 30, 2022compared to $2.7 billionat June 30, 2021, an increase of $36,028or 1.3%. The following table illustrates the changes within the portfolio. Percent of Total June 30, Change June 30, (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 $ % 2022 2021 Commercial real estate loans Construction and land development $ 291,202 $ 179,427 $ 111,77562 % 11 % 7 % Commercial real estate - owner occupied 335,658 324,350 11,308 3 12 12 Commercial real estate - non-owner occupied 662,159 727,361 (65,202) (9) 24 27 Multifamily 81,086 90,565 (9,479) (10) 3 3 Total commercial real estate loans 1,370,105 1,321,703 48,402 4 50 49 Commercial loans Commercial and industrial 192,652 141,341 51,311 36 7 5 Equipment finance 394,541 317,920 76,621 24 14 12 Municipal leases 129,766 140,421 (10,655) (8) 5 5 PPP loans 661 46,650 (45,989) (99) - 2 Total commercial loans 717,620 646,332 71,288 11 26 24 Residential real estate loans Construction and land development 81,847 66,027 15,820 24 2 2 One-to-four family 354,203 406,549 (52,346) (13) 13 15 HELOCs 160,137 169,201 (9,064) (5) 6 6 Total residential real estate loans 596,187 641,777 (45,590) (7) 21 23 Consumer loans 85,383 123,455 (38,072) (31) 3 4 Loans, net of deferred loan fees and costs $ 2,769,295 $ 2,733,267 $ 36,0281 % 100 % 100 % 34
As principais categorias de nossa carteira de crédito são discutidas a seguir.
Commercial Real Estate- Construction and Land Development. We originate residential construction and development loans for the construction of single-family residences, condominiums, townhouses, and residential developments. Our commercial construction development loans are for the development of business properties, including multi-family, retail, office/warehouse, and office buildings. Our land, lots, and development loans are predominately for the purchase or refinance of unimproved land held for future residential development, improved residential lots held for speculative investment purposes and for the future construction of one-to-four family (speculative and pre-sold) or commercial real estate.
Nossa expansão para grandes mercados metropolitanos, juntamente com nossos experientes gerentes de relacionamento imobiliário comercial, diretores de crédito e grupo de gerenciamento de risco de construção para melhor gerenciar o risco de construção, levou ao crescimento significativo desse portfólio. Obrigações não financiadas em
Land acquisition and development loans are included in the construction and development loan portfolio and include completed residential lots where the borrower was not the developer, commercial improved and raw land for future development, and residential development loans. Residential development loans are made to developers for the purpose of acquiring raw land for the subsequent development and sale of residential lots. Such loans typically finance land purchase and infrastructure development of properties (i.e. roads, utilities, etc.) into residential lots for sale. The end buyer for the majority of these lots are local, regional, and national builders for the ultimate construction of residential units. The primary source of repayment is the sale of the lots or improved parcels of land, while personal guarantees may serve as secondary sources. These loans are generally secured by property in our primary market areas. In addition, these loans are secured by a first lien on the property, are generally limited to 65% of the lower of the acquisition price or the appraised value of the unimproved land and 75% of the improved land. Residential acquisition and development loans are generally paid out within three years unless there are multiple phases to the development. The Bank provides funding to a number of builders for the construction of both speculative and pre-sold 1-4 family homes. Speculative construction loans are made to home builders and are termed "speculative" because the home builder does not have, at the time of loan origination, a signed contract with a home buyer who has a commitment for permanent financing with either us or another lender for the finished home. Loans to finance the construction of speculative single-family homes are generally offered to experienced builders with a proven track record of performance. These loans require payment of interest-only during the construction phase. Unfunded commitments were
$74.6 millionat June 30, 2022and $70.1 millionat June 30, 2021. Commercial vertical construction loans are offered on an adjustable or fixed interest rate basis. Adjustable interest rate loans typically include a floor and ceiling interest rate and are indexed to The Wall Street Journalprime rate, plus or minus an interest rate margin. The initial construction period for owner occupied loans is generally limited to 12 to 24 months from the date of origination versus a construction and stabilization period for non-owner occupied loans of 24 to 36 months, both with amortization terms up to 25 years. Construction-to-permanent loans generally include a balloon maturity of five years or less; however, balloon maturities of greater than five years are allowed on a limited basis depending on factors such as property type, amortization term, lease terms, pricing, or the availability of credit enhancements. Construction loan proceeds are disbursed based on the percent completion of budget as documented by periodic third-party inspections. The maximum loan-to-value limit applicable to these loans is generally 80% of the appraised post-construction value. Commercial Real Estate Lending, including Multifamily. We originate commercial real estate loans, including loans secured by office buildings, retail/wholesale facilities, hotels, industrial facilities, medical and professional buildings, churches, and multifamily residential properties located primarily in our market areas. The average outstanding loan size in our commercial real estate portfolio was $796,000as of June 30, 2022. We offer both fixed- and adjustable-rate commercial real estate loans. Our commercial real estate mortgage loans generally include a balloon maturity of five years or less. Amortization terms are generally limited to 20 years. Adjustable rate-based loans typically include a floor and ceiling interest rate and are indexed to The Wall Street Journalprime rate, the one-month LIBOR, or the one-month term SOFR, plus or minus an interest rate margin and rates generally adjust daily. The maximum loan-to-value ratio for commercial real estate loans is generally up to 80% on purchases and refinances. Commercial - Commercial and Industrial Loans. We typically offer commercial and industrial loans to businesses located in our primary market areas. These loans are primarily originated as conventional loans to business borrowers, which include lines of credit, term loans, and letters of credit. These loans are typically secured by collateral and are used for general business purposes, including working capital financing, equipment financing, capital investment, and general investments. Loan terms typically vary from one to five years. The interest rates on such loans are either fixed rate or adjustable rate indexed to The Wall Street Journalprime rate plus a margin. We originate commercial business loans made under the SBA 7(a) and USDA B&I programs to small businesses located throughout the country. Loans made by the Bank under the SBA 7(a) and USDA B&I programs generally are made to small businesses to provide working capital needs, to refinance existing debt or to provide funding for the purchase of businesses, real estate, machinery, and equipment. These loans generally are secured by a combination of assets that may include receivables, inventory, furniture, fixtures, equipment, business real property, commercial real estate and sometimes additional collateral such as an assignment of life insurance and a lien on personal real estate owned by the guarantor(s). Typical maturities for this type of loan vary up to twenty-five years and can be thirty years in some circumstances. Under the SBA 7(a) and USDAB&I loan program the loans carry a government guaranty up to 90% of the loan in some cases. SBA 7(a) and USDA B&I loans will normally be adjustable rate loans based upon The Wall Street Journalprime lending rate. Under the loan programs, we will typically sell in the 35 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
O mercado secundário é a parte garantida desses empréstimos para gerar receitas não decorrentes de juros e manter a parcela relevante sem garantia desses empréstimos.
March 2022, the Company began purchasing commercial small business loans originated by a fintech partner. At June 30, 2022, the outstanding balance of these loans totaled $17.5 million, or 0.6% of our loan portfolio. The credit risk characteristics of these loans are different from the remainder of the portfolio as they were not originated by the Company and the collateral may be located outside the Company's market area. The Company will continue to monitor the performance of these loans and adjust the allowance for credit losses as necessary. Commercial - Equipment Finance. Our Equipment Finance line of business offers companies that are purchasing equipment for their business various products to help manage tax and accounting issues, while offering flexible and customizable repayment terms. These products are primarily made up of commercial finance agreements and commercial loans for transportation, construction, healthcare, and manufacturing equipment. The loans have terms ranging from 24 to 84 months, with an average of five years and are secured by the financed equipment. Typical transaction sizes range from $25,000to $1.0 million, with an average outstanding loan size of $130,000. Commercial - Municipal Leases. We offer ground and equipment lease financing to fire departments located primarily throughout North Carolina, South Carolinaand, to a lesser extent, Virginia. Municipal leases are secured primarily by a ground lease in our name with a sublease to the borrower for a fire station or an equipment lease for fire trucks and firefighting equipment. We originate and underwrite all leases prior to funding. These leases are at a fixed rate of interest and may have a term to maturity of up to 20 years. At June 30, 2022, $44.4 million, or 34.2%, of our municipal leases were secured by fire trucks, $48.8 million, or 37.6%, were secured by fire stations, $31.7 million, or 24.5%, were secured by both, with the remaining $4.9 million, or 3.7%, secured by miscellaneous firefighting equipment and land. At June 30, 2022, the average outstanding municipal lease size was $423,000. Residential Real Estate- Construction and Land Development. We are an active originator of construction-to-permanent loans to homeowners building a residence. In addition, we originate land/lot loans predominately for the purchase or refinance of an improved lot for the construction of a residence to be occupied by the borrower. All of our construction and land/lot loans were made on properties located within our market area. At June 30, 2022, unfunded loan commitments totaled $94.9 million, compared to $75.7 millionat June 30, 2021. Construction-to-permanent loans are made for the construction of a one-to-four family property which is intended to be occupied by the borrower as either a primary or secondary residence. Construction-to-permanent loans are originated to the homeowner rather than the homebuilder and are structured to be converted to a first lien fixed- or adjustable-rate permanent loan at the completion of the construction phase. During the construction phase, which typically lasts for six to 12 months, we make periodic inspections of the construction site and loan proceeds are disbursed directly to the contractors or borrowers as construction progresses. Typically, disbursements are made in monthly draws during the construction period. Loan proceeds are disbursed based on a percentage of completion. Construction-to-permanent loans require payment of interest only during the construction phase. Construction loans may be originated up to 95% of the cost or of the appraised value upon completion, whichever is less; however, we generally do not originate construction loans which exceed the lower of 80% loan to cost or appraised value without securing adequate private mortgage insurance or other form of credit enhancement such as the Federal Housing Administrationor other governmental guarantee. Included in our construction and land/lot loan portfolio are land/lot loans, which are typically loans secured by developed lots in residential subdivisions located in our market areas. We originate these loans to individuals intending to construct their primary or secondary residence on the lot within one year from the date of origination. This portfolio may also include loans for the purchase or refinance of unimproved land that is generally less than or equal to five acres, and for which the purpose is to commence the improvement of the land and construction of an owner occupied primary or secondary residence within one year from the date of loan origination. Land/lot loans are typically originated in an amount up to 70% of the lower of the purchase price or appraisal, are secured by a first lien on the property, for up to a 20-year term, require payments of interest only and are structured with an adjustable rate of interest on terms similar to our one-to-four family residential mortgage loans. Residential Real Estate- One-to-Four Family. We originate loans secured by first mortgages on one-to-four family residences typically for the purchase or refinance of owner occupied primary or secondary residences located primarily in our market areas. We originate both fixed-rate loans and adjustable-rate loans; however, the majority of our one-to-four family residential loans are originated with fixed rates and have terms of 10 to 30 years. We generally originate fixed rate mortgage loans with terms greater than 10 years for sale to various secondary market investors on a servicing released basis. We also originate adjustable-rate mortgage, or ARM, loans which have interest rates that adjust annually to the yield on U.S. Treasurysecurities adjusted to a constant one-year maturity plus a margin. Most of our ARM loans are hybrid loans, which after an initial fixed rate period of one, five, seven, or 10 years will convert to an annual adjustable interest rate for the remaining term of the loan. Our ARM loans have terms up to 30 years. Residential Real Estate- Home Equity Lines of Credit. Our HELOCs consist primarily of adjustable-rate lines of credit. The lines of credit may be originated in amounts, together with the amount of the existing first mortgage, typically up to 85% of the value of the property securing the loan (less any prior mortgage loans) with an adjustable-rate of interest based on The Wall Street Journalprime rate plus a margin. HELOCs generally have up to a 10-year draw period and amounts may be reborrowed after payment at 36 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- any time during the draw period. Once the draw period has lapsed, the payment is amortized over a 15-year period based on the loan balance at that time. At June 30, 2022, unfunded commitments on these lines of credit totaled $313.0 million. Consumer Lending. Our consumer loans consist of loans secured by deposit accounts or personal property such as automobiles, boats, and motorcycles, as well as unsecured consumer debt. This portfolio includes indirect auto finance installment contracts sourced through our relationships with automobile dealerships, both manufacturer franchised dealerships and independent dealerships, who utilize our origination platform to provide automotive financing through installment contracts on new and used vehicles. At June 30, 2022, the outstanding balance of indirect auto finance loans was $79.1 million. The following table details the contractual maturity ranges of our loan portfolio without factoring in scheduled payments or potential prepayments. Loan balances do not include undisbursed loan proceeds, unearned discounts, unearned income and ACL. In addition, we have disclosed those loans with predetermined (fixed) and floating interest rates at June 30, 2022. After 5 but After 1 but Within 15 (Dollars in thousands) 1 Year or Less Within 5 Years Years Over 15 Years Total
Crédito imobiliário comercial construção e desenvolvimento de terrenos
$ 291,202Commercial real estate - owner occupied 16,902 203,875 101,510 13,371 335,658 Commercial real estate - non-owner occupied 45,589 369,632 241,600 5,338 662,159 Multifamily 6,706 38,934 32,601 2,845 81,086 Total commercial real estate loans 159,512 746,086 442,953 21,554 1,370,105 Commercial loans Commercial and industrial 43,459 93,289 54,534 1,370 192,652 Equipment finance 5,143 308,187 81,211 - 394,541 Municipal leases 9,883 21,122 72,000 26,761 129,766 PPP loans 56 518 87 - 661 Total commercial loans 58,541 423,116 207,832 28,131 717,620 Residential real estate loans Construction and land development 162 996 2,202 78,487 81,847 One-to-four family 6,416 55,577 83,656 208,554 354,203 HELOCs 4,617 8,459 8,814 138,247 160,137 Total residential real estate loans 11,195 65,032 94,672 425,288 596,187 Consumer loans 1,962 59,619 23,492 310 85,383 Total loans $ 231,210$
Commercial real estate loans Fixed rate loans
Empréstimos com taxas de juros ajustáveis
122,189 262,033 353,395 18,709 756,326 Commercial loans Fixed rate loans 17,640 412,046 170,205 27,980 627,871 Adjustable rate loans 40,901 11,070 37,627 151 89,749 Residential real estate loans Fixed rate loans 2,854 46,852 62,530 148,472 260,708 Adjustable rate loans 8,341 18,180 32,142 276,816 335,479 Consumer loans Fixed rate loans 1,962 56,535 23,492 310 82,299 Adjustable rate loans - 3,084 - - 3,084 Total fixed rate loans
Total de empréstimos de taxa ajustável
Nonperforming Assets. Nonperforming assets include nonaccrual loans, TDRs that haven't performed for a sufficient period of time, and REO. Loans are placed on nonaccrual status when the collection of principal and/or interest becomes doubtful or other factors involving the loan warrant placing the loan on nonaccrual status. TDRs are loans which have renegotiated loan terms to assist borrowers who are unable to meet the original terms of their loans. Such modifications to loan terms may include a below market interest rate, a reduction in principal balance, or a longer term to maturity. Once a nonaccruing TDR has performed according to its modified terms for six months and the collection of principal and interest under the revised terms is deemed probable, the TDR is removed from nonaccrual status. 37 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total nonperforming assets were
$6.3 million, or 0.18% of total assets, at June 30, 2022, compared to $12.8milion, or 0.36% of total assets, at June 30, 2021. The following table sets forth the composition of our nonperforming assets among our different asset categories as of June 30, 2022and 2021. June 30, (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 Nonaccruing loans Commercial real estate loans Construction and land development $ 67 $ 482Commercial real estate - owner occupied 706
Commercial real estate - non-owner occupied 5
Total commercial real estate loans 881 7,497 Commercial loans Commercial and industrial 1,951 49 Equipment finance 270 630 Municipal leases - - PPP loans - - Total commercial loans 2,221 679 Residential real estate loans Construction and land development 137 22 One-to-four family 1,773 2,625 HELOCs 724 929 Total residential real estate loans 2,634 3,576 Consumer 384 854 Total nonaccruing loans
$ 6,120 $ 12,606Total foreclosed assets $ 200188 Total nonperforming assets $ 6,320 $ 12,794Total nonperforming assets as a percentage of total assets 0.18
The significant decrease from
June 30, 2021was primarily a result of the payoff of two commercial real estate loan relationships totaling $5.1 millionduring the period. The ratio of nonperforming loans to total loans was 0.22% at June 30, 2022and 0.46% at June 30, 2021. Performing TDRs that were excluded from nonaccruing loans totaled $9.8 millionand $11.1 millionat June 30, 2022and June 30, 2021, respectively. Allowance for Credit Losses on Loans. The ACL is a valuation account that reflects our estimation of the credit losses that will result from the inability of our borrowers to make required loan payments. The allowance is maintained through provisions for credit losses that are charged to earnings in the period they are established. We charge losses on loans against the ACL when we believe the collection of loan principal is unlikely. Recoveries on loans previously charged off are added back to the allowance. See "Note 1 - Summary of Significant Accounting Policies" of the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K for discussion of our ACL methodology on loans. 38
A tabela a seguir resume a distribuição da provisão para créditos de liquidação duvidosa por categoria de crédito nas datas especificadas.
June 30, 2022 2021 Allocated % of Loan Allocated % of Loan (Dollars in thousands) Allowance Portfolio ACL to Loans Allowance Portfolio ACL to Loans Commercial real estate loans Construction and land development
$ 4,40211 % 0.16 % $ 1,8017 % 0.07 % Commercial real estate - owner occupied 3,038 12 0.11 3,295 12
Commercial real estate - non-owner occupied 5,589 24 0.20 9,296 27 0.34 Multifamily 385 3 0.01 692 3 0.03 Total commercial real estate loans 13,414 50 0.48 15,084 49 0.56 Commercial loans Commercial and industrial 5,083 7 0.18 2,592 5 0.09 Equipment finance 6,651 14 0.24 6,537 12 0.24 Municipal leases 302 5 0.01 534 5 0.02 PPP loans - - - - 2 - Total commercial loans 12,036 26 0.43 9,663 24 0.35 Residential real estate loans Construction and land development 1,052 2 0.04 812 2 0.03 One-to-four family 4,673 13 0.17 5,409 15 0.20 HELOCs 1,886 6 0.07 1,964 6 0.07 Total residential real estate loans 7,611 21 0.28 8,185 23 0.30 Consumer loans 1,629 3 0.06 2,536 4 0.09 Total loans
$ 34,690100 % 1.25 % $ 35,468100 % 1.30 % At
ou para o ano que termina
2022 2021 Asset quality ratios Nonaccruing loans to total loans(1) 0.22 % 0.46 % ACL to nonaccruing loans(1) 566.83 281.38 Net charge-offs (recoveries) to average loans (0.02) 0.01 (1) At
June 30, 2022, $2.8 millionof restructured loans were included in nonaccruing loans and $3.8 million, or 62.5%, of nonaccruing loans were current on their loan payments. At June 30, 2021, $5.5 millionof restructured loans were included in nonaccruing loans and $6.6 million, or 52.6%, of nonaccruing loans were current on their loan payments. The ACL on loans decreased $778,000, or 2.2%, between June 30, 2022and 2021 and there was a net benefit for credit losses on loans of $1.5 millionfor the year ended June 30, 2022, compared to a net benefit of $7.3 millionfor fiscal year 2021. The net benefit on loans for the year ended June 30, 2022was primarily the result of a slight improvement in the economic forecast, as more clarity was gained regarding the impact of COVID-19 upon the loan portfolio. Our individually evaluated loans are comprised of loans meeting certain thresholds, on nonaccrual status, and all TDRs, whether performing or on nonaccrual status under their restructured terms. Individually evaluated loans may be evaluated for reserve purposes using either the cash flow or the collateral valuation method. As of June 30, 2022, there were $5.3 millionin loans individually evaluated compared to $8.8 millionat June 30, 2021. For more information on these individually evaluated loans, see "Note 5 - Loans and Allowance for Credit Losses on Loans" of the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K.
A tabela a seguir resume as deduções líquidas (restituições) da média de empréstimos em aberto por categoria de empréstimo nas datas indicadas.
Year Ended June 30, 2022 2021 Net Charge-Offs Average Loans Net Charge-Off Net Charge-Offs Average Loans Net Charge-Off (Dollars in thousands) (Recoveries) Outstanding (Recovery) Ratio (Recoveries) Outstanding (Recovery) Ratio Commercial real estate loans $ (603)
$ 1,389,895(0.04) % $ 851 $ 1,319,3090.06 % Commercial loans 737 707,959 0.10 (1,166) 647,363 (0.18) Residential real estate loans (849) 613,270 (0.14) (121) 716,998 (0.02) Consumer loans 21 98,549 0.02 579 135,510 0.43 Total $ (694) $ 2,809,673(0.02) % $ 143 $ 2,819,1800.01 % 39
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Liabilities. Total liabilities were
$3.2 billionat June 30, 2022, compared to $3.1 billionat June 30, 2021, an increase of $32.2 million, the components of which are discussed below.
depósitos. A tabela a seguir resume a composição de nossa carteira de depósitos conforme demonstrado nas datas.
Year Ended June 30, Change (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 $ % Core deposits Noninterest-bearing deposits
$ 745,746 $ 636,414 $ 109,33217 % Interest-bearing checking accounts 654,981 644,958 10,023 2 Money market accounts 969,661 975,001 (5,340) (1) Savings accounts 238,197 226,391 11,806 5 Total core deposits $ 2,608,585 $ 2,482,764 $ 125,8215 % Certificates of deposit 491,176 472,777 18,399 4 Total $ 3,099,761 $ 2,955,541 $ 144,2205 % As of June 30, 2022, we held approximately $640.4 millionin uninsured deposits, including $156.6 millionof uninsured time deposits. The uninsured amount is an estimate consistent with the methodology used for the Company's regulatory reporting disclosures. The following table indicates the amount of our CDs, both within and in excess of the $250,000 FDICinsurance limit, by time remaining until maturity as of June 30, 2022. Over 3 Months 3 to 6 Over 6 to 12 Over (Dollars in thousands) or Less Months Months 12 Months Total CDs less than $250,000 $ 114,062 $ 108,999 $ 58,081 $ 53,476 $ 334,618CDs of $250,000or more 33,588 77,299 36,704 8,967 156,558
Total de certificados de depósito
Borrowings. Although deposits are our primary source of funds, we may utilize borrowings to manage interest rate risk or as a cost-effective source of funds. Our borrowings typically consist of advances from the FHLB of
Atlantaand FRB. We may obtain advances from the FHLB of Atlantaupon the security of certain of our commercial and residential real estate loans and/or securities as well as obtain advances from the FRB upon the security of certain of our commercial and consumer loans. These advances may be made pursuant to several different credit programs, each of which has its own interest rate, range of maturities and call features.
As tabelas a seguir apresentam informações sobre nossos empréstimos no final e durante os períodos indicados.
Year Ended June 30, (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 Average balances FHLB advances
$ 38,370 $ 416,822FRB advances 5,006 - Weighted average interest rate FHLB advances 0.16 % 1.45 % FRB advances 0.38 - June 30, (Dollars in thousands) 2022 2021 Balance outstanding at end of period FHLB advances $ - $ 115,000Weighted average interest rate FHLB advances - % 0.16 % There were no borrowings at June 30, 2022compared to $115.0 millionat June 30, 2021due to continual paydown of borrowings during the period. As of June 30, 2022, we had the ability to borrow an additional $277.6 millionthrough the FHLB. In addition to FHLB advances, at June 30, 2022, we had an unused line of credit with the FRB in the amount of $68.2 million, subject to qualifying collateral, and $120.0 millionavailable through lines of credit with three unaffiliated banks. See "Note 9 - Borrowings" of the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K for more information about our borrowings. Capital Resources
gestão de liquidez
Management maintains a liquidity position that it believes will adequately provide funding for loan demand and deposit run-off that may occur in the normal course of business. We rely on a number of different sources in order to meet our potential liquidity demands. The primary sources are increases in deposit accounts and cash flows from loan payments and the securities portfolio. In addition to these primary sources of funds, management has several secondary sources available to meet potential funding requirements as outlined in the "Comparison of Financial Condition - Borrowings" section above. Additionally, we classify our securities portfolio as available for sale, providing an additional source of liquidity. Management believes that our security portfolio is of high quality and the securities would therefore be marketable. In addition, we have historically sold fixed-rate mortgage loans in the secondary market to reduce interest rate risk and to create still another source of liquidity. From time to time we also utilize brokered time deposits to supplement our other sources of funds. Brokered time deposits are obtained by utilizing an outside broker that is paid a fee. This funding requires advance notification to structure the type of deposit desired by us. Brokered deposits can vary in term from one month to several years and have the benefit of being a source of longer-term funding. We also utilize brokered deposits to help manage interest rate risk by extending the term to repricing of our liabilities, enhance our liquidity, and fund asset growth. Brokered deposits are typically from outside our primary market areas, and our brokered deposit levels may vary from time to time depending on competitive interest rate conditions and other factors. At
June 30, 2022, brokered deposits totaled $26.3 million, or 0.8% of total deposits. Liquidity management is both a daily and long-term function of business management. Excess liquidity is generally invested in short-term investments, such as overnight deposits and federal funds. On a longer term basis, we maintain a strategy of investing in various lending products and debt securities, including mortgage-backed securities. On a stand-alone level we are a separate legal entity from HomeTrust Bankand must provide for our own liquidity and pay our own operating expenses. Our primary source of funds consists of dividends or capital distributions from HomeTrust Bank, although there are regulatory restrictions on the ability of HomeTrust Bankto pay dividends. At June 30, 2022, we (on an unconsolidated basis) had liquid assets of $6.9 million. At the Bank level, we use our sources of funds primarily to meet our ongoing commitments, pay maturing deposits and fund withdrawals, and to fund loan commitments. At June 30, 2022, the total approved loan commitments and unused lines of credit outstanding amounted to $417.6 millionand $485.2 million, respectively, as compared to $401.1 millionand $530.5 million, respectively, as of June 30, 2021. Certificates of deposit scheduled to mature in one year or less at June 30, 2022, totaled $428.7 million. It is management's policy to manage deposit rates that are competitive with other local financial institutions. Based on this management strategy, we believe that a majority of maturing deposits will remain with us.
Atividades fora do balanço
In the normal course of operations, we engage in a variety of financial transactions that are not recorded in our financial statements, mainly to manage customers' requests for funding. These transactions primarily take the form of loan commitments and lines of credit and involve varying degrees of off-balance sheet credit, interest rate and liquidity risks. For further information, see "Note 16 - Commitments and Contingencies" of the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements included in Item 8 of this Form 10-K.
Gestão de ativos/passivos e risco de taxa de juros
Our Risk When Interest Rates Change. The rates of interest we earn on assets and pay on liabilities generally are established contractually for a period of time. Market interest rates change over time. Our loans generally have longer maturities than our deposits. Accordingly, our results of operations, like those of other financial institutions, are impacted by changes in interest rates and the interest rate sensitivity of our assets and liabilities. The risk associated with changes in interest rates and our ability to adapt to these changes is known as interest rate risk and is our most significant market risk. If interest rates rise, our net interest income could be reduced because interest paid on interest-bearing liabilities, including deposits and borrowings, could increase more quickly than interest received on interest-earning assets, including loans and other investments. In addition, rising interest rates may hurt our income because they may reduce the demand for loans. How We Measure Our Risk of Interest Rate Changes. As part of our process to manage our exposure to changes in interest rates and comply with applicable regulations, we monitor our interest rate risk. In monitoring interest rate risk we continually analyze and manage assets and liabilities based on market conditions, their payment streams and interest rates, the timing of their maturities, their sensitivity to actual or potential changes in market interest rates, and interest rate sensitivities of our non-maturity deposits with respect to interest rates paid and the level of balances. The Board of Directors sets the asset and liability policy of
HomeTrust Bank, which is implemented by management and an asset/liability committee whose members include certain members of senior management. The purpose of this committee is to communicate, coordinate and control asset/liability management consistent with our business plan and Board approved policies. The committee establishes and monitors the volume and mix of assets and funding sources taking into account relative costs and spreads, interest rate sensitivity and liquidity needs. The objectives are to manage assets and funding sources to produce results that are consistent with liquidity, capital adequacy, growth, risk, and profitability goals. The committee generally meets on a quarterly basis to review, among other things, economic conditions and interest rate outlook, current and projected liquidity needs and capital position, anticipated changes in the volume and mix of assets and liabilities and interest rate risk exposure limits versus current projections pursuant to net present value of portfolio equity analysis and income simulations. The committee recommends strategy changes based on this review. The committee is responsible for reviewing and reporting on the effects of the policy implementations and strategies to the Board of Directors at least quarterly. 41 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Among the techniques we have used at various times to manage interest rate risk are: (i) increasing our portfolio of hybrid and adjustable-rate one-to-four family residential loans and commercial loans; (ii) maintaining a strong capital position, which provides for a favorable level of interest-earning assets relative to interest-bearing liabilities; and (iii) emphasizing less interest rate sensitive and lower-costing "core deposits." We also maintain a portfolio of short-term or adjustable-rate assets and use fixed-rate FHLB advances and brokered deposits to extend the term to repricing of our liabilities. We consider the relatively short duration of our deposits in our overall asset/liability management process. As short-term rates increase, we have assets and liabilities that increase with the market. This is reflected in the change in our PVE when rates increase (see the table below). PVE is defined as the net present value of our existing assets and liabilities. In addition, we have historically demonstrated an ability to maintain retail deposits through various interest rate cycles. If local retail deposit rates increase dramatically, we also have access to wholesale funding through our lines of credit with the FHLB and FRB, as well as through the brokered deposit market to replace retail deposits, as needed. Depending on the level of general interest rates, the relationship between long- and short-term interest rates, market conditions, and competitive factors, the committee may in the future determine to increase our interest rate risk position somewhat in order to maintain or increase our net interest margin. In particular, during certain periods of stable or declining interest rates, we believe that the increased net interest income resulting from a mismatch in the maturity of our assets and liabilities portfolios may provide high enough returns to justify increased exposure to sudden and unexpected increases in interest rates. As a result of this philosophy, our results of operations and the economic value of our equity will remain vulnerable to increases in interest rates and to declines due to differences between long- and short-term interest rates. The committee regularly reviews interest rate risk by forecasting the impact of alternative interest rate environments on net interest income and our PVE. The committee also evaluates these impacts against the potential changes in net interest income and market value of our portfolio equity that are monitored by the Board of Directors of HomeTrust Bankgenerally on a quarterly basis. Our asset/liability management strategy sets limits on the change in PVE given certain changes in interest rates. The table presented here, as of June 30, 2022, is forward-looking information about our sensitivity to changes in interest rates. The table incorporates data from an independent service, as it relates to maturity repricing and repayment/withdrawal of interest-earning assets and interest-bearing liabilities. Interest rate risk is measured by changes in PVE for instantaneous parallel shifts in the yield curve up and down 400 basis points. Given the current targeted federal funds rate is 1.50% to 1.75% making an immediate change of -300 or -400 basis points improbable, a PVE calculation for a decrease of greater than 200 basis points has not been prepared. An increase in rates would increase our PVE because the repricing of nonmaturing deposits tend to lag behind the increase in market rates. This positive impact is partially offset by the negative effect from our loans with interest rate floors which will not adjust until such time as a loan's current interest rate adjusts to an increase in market rates which exceeds the interest rate floor. Conversely, in a falling interest rate environment these interest rate floors will assist in maintaining our net interest income. As of June 30, 2022, our loans with interest rate floors totaled approximately $511.4 million, or 18.5% of our total loan portfolio, and had a weighted average floor rate of 3.70%. Of these loans, $22.3 millionwere at their floor rate and $17.3 million, or 77.7%, had yields that would begin floating again once prime rates increase at least 100 basis points. June 30, 2022 Change in Interest Rates in Present Value Equity PVE Basis Points Amount $ Change % Change Ratio (Dollars in Thousands) + 400 $ 904,290 $ 150,10720 % 27 % + 300 878,297 124,114 16 26 + 200 848,331 94,148 12 25 + 100 807,639 53,456 7 23 Base 754,183 - - 22 - 100 639,196 (114,987) (15) 18 - 200 477,864 (276,319) (37) 13 In evaluating our exposure to interest rate movements, certain shortcomings inherent in the method of analysis presented in the foregoing table must be considered. For example, although certain assets and liabilities may have similar maturities or repricing periods, they may react in different degrees to changes in market interest rates. Also, the interest rates on certain types of assets and liabilities may fluctuate in advance of changes in market interest rates, while interest rates on other types may lag behind changes in interest rates. Additionally, certain assets, such as adjustable rate mortgages, have features which restrict changes in interest rates on a short-term basis and over the life of the asset. Further, in the event of a significant change in interest rates, prepayment and early withdrawal levels would likely deviate significantly from those assumed above. Finally, the ability of many borrowers to service their debt may decrease in the event of an interest rate increase. We consider all of these factors in monitoring our exposure to interest rate risk. The Board of Directors and management of HomeTrust Bankbelieve that certain factors afford HomeTrust Bankthe ability to operate successfully despite its exposure to interest rate risk. HomeTrust Bankmay manage its interest rate risk by originating and retaining adjustable rate loans in its portfolio, by borrowing from the FHLB to match the duration of our funding to the duration of originated fixed rate one-to-four family and commercial loans held in portfolio and by selling on an ongoing basis certain currently originated longer term fixed rate one-to-four family real estate loans. 42
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