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Bank Of America Corp  (BAC)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry Money Center Banks
 
 

Bank Of America Corp Segments

 
Consumer Banking
   35.46 % of total Revenue
Asset Management
   29.35 % of total Revenue
Global Banking
   18.97 % of total Revenue
Global Markets
   18.43 % of total Revenue
Commercial & Investment
   37.41 % of total Revenue
Other
   -2.22 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
Revenues
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Income
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
Consumer Banking
7,832.00 35.46 % 656.00 8.38 %
Asset Management
6,483.00 29.35 % 656.00 10.12 %
Global Banking
4,191.00 18.97 % 1,277.00 30.47 %
Global Markets
4,071.00 18.43 % 1,008.00 24.76 %
Commercial & Investment
8,262.00 37.41 % 2,285.00 27.66 %
Other
-490.00 -2.22 % 0.00 -
Total
22,087.00 100 % 3,597.00 16.29 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
Consumer Banking
-8.97 % 3.82 % - -4.93 %
Asset Management
38.94 % -1.59 % -19.31 % -4.93 %
Global Banking
2.39 % 1.85 % -9.69 % 2.08 %
Global Markets
-1.57 % -4.41 % 31.08 % 1.51 %
Commercial & Investment
0.4 % -1.34 % 4.67 % 1.83 %
Other
- - - -
Total
3.05 % -5.09 % 2041.07 % -0.75 %

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  Bank Of America's

Business Segments Description



Deposits

Deposits includes the results of consumer deposits activities which include a comprehensive range of products to consumers and small businesses. In addition, Deposits includes student lending and small business banking results, excluding business card, and the net effect of our ALM activities. Deposits’ products include traditional savings accounts, money market savings accounts, CDs and IRAs, and noninterest- and interest-bearing checking accounts. These products provide a relatively stable source of funding and liquidity. The Corporation earns net interest spread revenues from investing this liquidity in earning assets through client-facing lending and ALM activities. The revenue is allocated to the deposit products using a funds transfer pricing process which takes into account the interest rates and maturity characteristics of the deposits. Deposits also generates fees such as account service fees, non-sufficient fund fees, overdraft charges and ATM fees. In addition, Deposits includes the impact of migrating customers, and their related deposit balances, between GWIM and Deposits. Net interest income and service fees include the impact of migration.

Global Card Services

Global Card Services provides a broad offering of products including U.S. Consumer and Business Card, Consumer Lending, International Card and Debit Card services. The Corporation reports Global Card Services’ results on a managed basis. Reporting on a managed basis is consistent with the way that management evaluates the results of Global Card Services. Managed basis assumes that securitized loans were not sold and presents earnings on these loans in a manner similar to the way loans that have not been sold (i.e., held loans) are presented. Loan securitization is an alternative funding process that is used by the Corporation to diversify funding sources.

Home Loans & Insurance

Home Loans & Insurance provides an extensive line of consumer real estate products and services to customers nationwide. Home Loans & Insurance products include fixed and adjustable rate first-lien mortgage loans for home purchase and refinancing needs, reverse mortgages, home equity lines of credit and home equity loans. First mortgage products are either sold into the secondary mortgage market to investors, while retaining MSRs and the Bank of America customer relationships, or are held on the Corporation’s balance sheet for ALM purposes. Home Loans & Insurance is not impacted by the Corporation’s mortgage production retention decisions as Home Loans & Insurance is compensated for the decision on a management accounting basis with a corresponding offset recorded in All Other. In addition, Home Loans & Insurance offers property, casualty, life, disability and credit insurance.

Global Consumer and Small Business Banking

Our strategy is to attract, retain and deepen customer relationships. A critical component of that strategy includes continuously improving customer satisfaction. We believe this focus will help us achieve our goal of being recognized as the best retail bank in North America.

The major businesses within this segment are Consumer Banking, Consumer Products and Small Business Banking.

Consumer Banking distributes a wide range of services to 33 million consumer households in 29 states and the District of Columbia through its network of 5,885 banking centers, 16,791 domestic branded ATMs, and telephone and Internet channels. Consumer Banking distributes a wide range of products and services, including deposit products such as checking accounts, money market savings accounts, time deposits and IRAs, debit card products and credit products such as credit card, home equity products and residential mortgages.

Consumer Products provides and manages products and services including the issuance and servicing of credit cards, origination, fulfillment and servicing of residential mortgage loans, including home equity loan products, direct banking via the Internet, deposit services, student lending and certain insurance services.

Global Banking

Global Banking provides a wide range of lending-related products and services, integrated working capital management, treasury solutions and investment banking services to clients worldwide. Lending products and services include commercial and corporate bank loans and commitment facilities, real estate lending, leasing and asset-based lending and indirect consumer loans. Capital management and treasury solutions include treasury management, trade finance, foreign exchange, short-term credit facilities and short-term investing options. Investment banking services provide the Corporation’s commercial and corporate issuer clients with debt and equity underwriting and distribution capabilities as well as merger-related advisory services. Global Banking also contains the results for the economic hedging of the risk to certain real estate-related commercial loans and commitments utilizing various risk mitigation tools.

Global Markets

Global Markets provides financial products, advisory services, financing, securities clearing and settlement and custody services globally to institutional investor clients in support of their investing and trading activities. Global Markets also works with commercial and corporate issuer clients to provide debt and equity underwriting and distribution capabilities and risk management products using interest rate, equity, credit, currency and commodity derivatives, foreign exchange, fixed income and mortgage-related products. The business may take positions in these products and participate in market-making activities dealing in government securities, equity and equity-linked securities, high-grade and high-yield corporate debt securities, commercial paper, mortgage-backed securities and ABS. Product specialists within Global Markets work closely with Global Banking on the underwriting and distribution of debt and equity securities and certain other products.

Global Business and Financial Services

This segment provides financial solutions to our clients throughout all stages of their financial cycles. Our strategy is to bring the capabilities of a global financial services organization to the local level. We serve our clients through a variety of businesses including Global Treasury Services, Middle Market Banking, Commercial Real Estate Banking, Leasing, Business Capital and Dealer Financial Services.

Global Treasury Services provides integrated working capital management and treasury solutions to clients across the U.S. and 37 countries. Our clients include multi-nationals, middle market companies, correspondent banks, commercial real estate firms and governments. Our services include treasury management, trade finance, foreign exchange, short-term credit facilities and short-term investing. The revenues and operating results where customers and clients are serviced are reflected in this segment, as well as Global Consumer and Small Business Banking, and Global Capital Markets and Investment Banking.

Middle Market Banking provides commercial lending, treasury management products and investment banking services to middle-market companies across the U.S.

Commercial Real Estate Banking, with offices in more than 60 cities across the U.S., provides project financing and treasury management to private developers, homebuilders and commercial real estate firms. Commercial Real Estate Banking also includes community development banking, which provides lending and investing services to low- and moderate-income communities.

Leasing provides leasing solutions to small business, middle-market and large corporations in the U.S. and internationally, offering expertise in the municipal, corporate aircraft, healthcare and vendor markets.

Business Capital provides asset-based lending financing solutions customized to meet clients’ capital needs by leveraging their assets on a secured basis in the U.S., Canada and European markets.

Dealer Financial Services provides lending and investing services, including floor plan programs for marine, recreational vehicle and auto dealerships to more than 10,000 dealer clients across the U.S.

Global Capital Markets and Investment Banking

Our strategy is to align our resources with sectors where we can deliver value-added financial advisory solutions to our issuer and investor clients. This segment provides a broad range of financial services to domestic and international corporations, financial institutions, and government entities. Clients are supported through offices in 35 countries that are divided into four distinct geographic regions: U.S. and Canada; Asia; Europe, Middle East and Africa; and Mexico. Products and services provided include loan originations, mergers and acquisitions advisory, debt and equity underwriting and trading, cash management, derivatives, foreign exchange, leveraged finance, structured finance and trade services.

This segment offers clients a comprehensive range of global capabilities through the following three financial services: Global Investment Banking, Global Credit Products and Global Treasury Services.

Global Investment Banking is comprised of Corporate and Investment Banking and Global Capital Markets. Global Investment Banking underwrites and makes markets in equity and equity-linked securities, high-grade and high-yield corporate debt securities, commercial paper, and mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities. We also provide debt and equity securities research, loan syndications, mergers and acquisitions advisory services and private placements. Further, we provide risk management solutions for customers using interest rate, equity, credit and commodity derivatives, foreign exchange, fixed income and mortgage-related products. In support of these activities, the businesses may take positions in these products and participate in market-making activities. The Global Investment Banking business is a primary dealer in the U.S. and in several international locations.

Global Credit Products provides credit and lending services for our corporate clients and institutional investors. Global Credit Products is also responsible for actively managing loan and counterparty risk in our large corporate portfolio using available risk mitigation techniques, including credit default swaps.

Global Wealth and Investment Management

This segment provides tailored investment services to individual and institutional clients in various stages and economic cycles. Our clients are served through five major businesses, Premier Banking, Banc of America Investments (BAI), The Private Bank, Columbia Management Group (CMG) and Other Services, each offering specific products and services based on clients’ needs.

Premier Banking joins with BAI, our full-service retail brokerage business, to bring together personalized banking and investment expertise through priority service with client-dedicated teams. These teams provide comprehensive advice, cash management strategies, and customized investment and financial planning solutions for mass affluent clients. Mass affluent clients have a personal wealth profile that includes investable assets plus a mortgage that exceeds $250,000 or they have at least $100,000 of investable assets.

BAI serves 1.3 million accounts through a network of over 2,100 financial advisors throughout the U.S.

The Private Bank provides integrated wealth management solutions to high-net-worth individuals, mid-market institutions and charitable organizations with investable assets greater than $3 million. Services include investment, trust, banking and lending services.

During the third quarter of 2004, we announced a new business designed to serve the needs of ultra high-net-worth individuals and families. The goal is for this new business to provide a higher level of contact and tailored wealth management solutions to clients with investable assets greater than $50 million.

CMG is an asset management organization primarily serving the needs of institutional customers. CMG provides asset management services, liquidity strategies and separate accounts. CMG also provides mutual funds offering a full range of investment styles across an array of products including equities, fixed income (taxable and nontaxable) and cash products. In addition to its service of institutional clients, CMG distributes its products and services to individuals through The Private Bank, BAI and nonproprietary channels including other brokerage firms.

Other Services include the Investment Services Group, which provides products and services from traditional capital markets products to alternative investments and Banc of America Specialist, a New York Stock Exchange market-maker. Other Services also included U.S. Clearing which provides retail clearing services to broker/dealers and other correspondent firms. U.S. Clearing was sold in the fourth quarter of 2004.

All Other

Included in All Other are our Latin America and Equity Investments businesses, and Other.

Latin America includes our full-service Latin American operations in Brazil, Argentina and Chile. These businesses provide a wide array of products to indigenous and multinational corporations, as well as consumers. These services include lending, deposit-taking, asset management, private banking and treasury operations. The consumer business focuses on the affluent and middle-market segments. Our largest book of business is in Brazil, while Argentina has our largest branch network, with 87 branches. Our Brazilian and Chilean operations have 65 branches and 43 branches, respectively.

   

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