First Bank Full Year 2022 Earnings: Misses Expectations
First Bank (NASDAQ:FRBA) Full Year 2022 Results
Key Financial Results
Revenue: US$94.6m (up 5.3% from FY 2021).
Net income: US$36.3m (up 2.4% from FY 2021).
Profit margin: 38% (down from 39% in FY 2021). The decrease in margin was driven by higher expenses.
EPS: US$1.86 (up from US$1.81 in FY 2021).
FRBA Banking Performance Indicators
Non-performing loans: 0.27% (down from 0.61% in FY 2021).
All figures shown in the chart above are for the trailing 12 month (TTM) period
First Bank Revenues and Earnings Miss Expectations
Revenue missed analyst estimates by 1.5%. Earnings per share (EPS) also missed analyst estimates by 3.7%.
Looking ahead, revenue is forecast to grow 24% p.a. on average during the next 2 years, compared to a 6.5% growth forecast for the Banks industry in the US.
Performance of the American Banks industry.
The company's share price is broadly unchanged from a week ago.
It's still necessary to consider the ever-present spectre of investment risk. We've identified 1 warning sign with First Bank, and understanding it should be part of your investment process.
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