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National Commerce Corp  (NCOM)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry Commercial Banks
   Industry Commercial Banks
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National Commerce Corp Segments

 
 

Business Segments III. Quarter
Revenues
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2018)
%
(of total Revenues)
III. Quarter
Income
(in millions $)
(Sep 30 2018)
%
(Profit Margin)
Total
43.79 100 % 12.65 28.89 %

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Growth rates by Segment III. Quarter
Y/Y Revenue
%
(Sep 30 2018)
Q/Q Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Y/Y Income
%
(Sep 30 2018)
Q/Q Income
%
Total
29.49 % 17.64 % 83.9 % 11.96 %

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Business Segments Description



Commercial and Industrial Loans. We make loans for commercial purposes in various lines of business. These loans are typically made on terms up to five years at fixed or variable rates. The loans are secured by various types of collateral, including accounts receivable, inventory, or, in the case of equipment loans, the financed equipment. We attempt to reduce our credit risk on commercial loans by underwriting the loan based on the borrower’s cash flow and ability to service the debt from earnings, and by limiting the loan-to-value ratio. Historically, we have typically loaned up to 80% on loans secured by accounts receivable, up to 50% on loans secured by inventory (which are usually also secured by accounts receivable), and up to 100% on loans secured by equipment. We also make some unsecured commercial loans.


Consumer Loans. Consumer lending includes installment lending to individuals in our market areas and generally consists of loans to purchase automobiles and other consumer durable goods. Terms generally range from one to five years, depending on the nature and condition of the collateral. Periodic amortization, generally monthly, is typically required.

Loan Approval. Certain credit risks are inherent in making loans. These include repayment risks, risks resulting from uncertainties in the future value of collateral, risks resulting from changes in economic and industry conditions, and risks inherent in dealing with individual borrowers. In particular, longer maturities increase the risk that economic conditions will change and adversely affect collectability.

We attempt to minimize loan losses through various means and the use of standardized underwriting criteria. We have established a standardized loan policy that may be modified based on local market conditions. In particular, on larger credits, we generally rely on the cash flow of a debtor as the source of repayment and secondarily on the value of the underlying collateral. In addition, we attempt to utilize shorter loan terms in order to reduce the risk of a decline in the value of such collateral.

We address repayment risks by adhering to internal credit policies and procedures. These policies and procedures include officer and customer lending limits, a loan committee approval process for larger loans, documentation examination, and follow-up procedures for loan review and any exceptions to credit policies. The point in the loan approval process at which a loan is approved depends on the size of the borrower’s credit relationship with the bank and the loan authority of the lending officer to whom the loan request is made. Each of our lending officers has the authority to approve loans up to an approved loan authority amount, as determined by the Bank’s board of directors. Loans in excess of the highest loan authority amount of a particular lending officer must be approved by either the Bank’s loan committee or another officer with sufficient loan authority to approve the request.

Risk Ratings. Loan officers are directly responsible for monitoring the risk in their respective portfolios. On commercial loans, risk grades are assigned by the loan officer for the probability of default following an analysis of borrower characteristics and external economic factors. However, on consumer loans, risk grades are primarily determined by a borrower’s credit score, personal debt ratio, repayment history, and liquidity.

Electronic Banking

We offer electronic banking services to our customers, including commercial and retail online banking, automated bill payment, mobile banking, and remote deposit capture for certain customers.

Factoring

Since August 29, 2014, NBC has owned a 70% interest in CBI, the holding company of Corporate Billing. Corporate Billing is a transaction-based finance company engaged in the purchase of accounts receivable at a discount from businesses throughout the United States and parts of Canada, a business traditionally known as “factoring.” In a typical factoring transaction, Corporate Billing purchases all of the rights associated with the account receivable and assumes the billing and collection responsibilities. Corporate Billing may purchase a receivable with or without recourse. If an account is purchased without recourse, Corporate Billing bears the loss if the account debtor does not pay the invoice amount. If the receivable is purchased with recourse, however, Corporate Billing has the right to collect the unpaid invoice amount from the seller of the receivable if the account debtor does not pay. Corporate Billing engages in both recourse and non-recourse purchases, with its recourse operations focused primarily in the transportation industry, and its non-recourse operations focused primarily in the automotive dealer and distributor industries. As an operating subsidiary of NBC, Corporate Billing is regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (the “OCC”).
   

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