Bank safety ratings based upon financial institutions’ Capital Adequacy, Asset Quality, Management, Earnings, Liquidity, and Sensitivity (CAMELS)

Factor Definition Table

Definition Description
Net Interest Income (TE) - One Quarter Annualized One quarter annualized net interet income (tax equivalent) divided by average assets. Total interest income, plus the tax benefit on tax-exempt income, less total interest expense, divided by average assets.The following rules apply to income, expense, asset and liability balances in One Quarter Annualized Income Analysis: For the second, third and fourth quarters the current income/expense item is subtracted from the prior quarter item then multiplied by 4. For the first quarter, no subtraction is done, but the income/expense item is multiplied by 4. For the second, third and fourth quarters when push-down accounting is indicated for the first time that year, no subtraction is performed.The reported value is multiplied by 4. The appropriate asset or liability, i.e. loans will generally come from Call Report Schedule RC-K averages for the current quarter. In the few instances where banks do not report sufficient detail on Call Report Schedule RC-K, end-of-period balances are used.