1 CorpBanca Announces First Quarter 2011 Financial Results and Conference Call on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Santiago, Chile, CORPBANCA (NYSE: BCA), a Chilean financial institution offering a wide variety of corporate and retail financial products and services, today announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, This report is based on unaudited consolidated financial statements and prepared in accordance with Chilean generally accepted accounting principles. Solely for the convenience of the reader, U.S. dollar amounts in this report have been translated from Chilean nominal pesos at our March 31, 2011 exchange rate of Ch$ per U.S. dollar. Financial Highlights Net income for the first quarter 2011 reached Ch$29 billion, an increase of 9.6% when compared to the fourth quarter 2010 and an increase of 12.5% when compared to the first quarter Total loans (excluding interbank and contingent loans) reached Ch$5,455 billion as of March 31, 2011, leaving CorpBanca with a market share of 7.02%, which was a slight decrease compared to the fourth quarter During the first quarter 2011: Mario Chamorro, CEO In 2008, we strategically changed our focus and the manner in which we conduct business in order to become the Best Bank in Chile. With great satisfaction, we received news that the British magazine World Finance chose us as the Best Bank in Chile, showing that the market is beginning to see the results of the exceptional work we have done since This positive trend has continued during the first quarter 2011, but we still have to work harder to achieve the goals that we set for ourselves this year. Provision for loan losses increased by Ch$5,186 million from the fourth quarter 2010, Total operating revenue increased by 9.4% from the fourth quarter 2010; and Total operating expenses decreased by 10.0% from the fourth quarter 2010.
2 Page 2 / 15 General Information Market Share Despite the decrease in market share during the first quarter 2011, we experienced a positive growth trend during the last four years, and we expect this positive trend to continue in The decrease in our market share is mainly due to a decrease in commercial loans (as discussed below). Net Income (12 months trailing) Our net income has significantly increased since the beginning of This is as a result of the design and implementation of strategies that we consider consistent with future growth and earnings. Our net income for the first quarter 2011 was Ch$29 billion. The chart shows the trend in our 12-month trailing net income. For the 12 months trailing, our net income as of March 31, 2011 is the highest we have ever earned.
3 Page 3 / 15 ROE ROA Our ROE and ROA have continuously improved in recent years. We have been ahead of the industry average since 2009 and that trend continued in 2010 and during the first quarter Our annualized ROE and ROA for the first quarter 2011 was similar to the year ended December 31, The success of our corporate wholesale model, improvements in our retail segments and better economic conditions are the principal reasons for our positive numbers. Risk Index Consistent with one of our core strategies, CorpBanca has one of the lowest risk indices (Provision for loan losses/total loans) in the industry. Despite an increase in the industry s risk index, we were able to decrease our risk index during the first quarter This is consistent with our risk control strategy.
4 Page 4 / 15 Efficiency Index Operational efficiency is also a core strategy for CorpBanca. The chart illustrates how our efficiency ratio is better than the industry average in Chile. Our low operational cost is based on a cost control culture that allows the bank to compete in the Chilean market and realize high profits. Basel Index Our Basel Index decreased by 1.11% in the first quarter The main reason for the decrease was our shareholders decision at the ordinary shareholders meeting to pay dividends representing 100% of the 2010 net income. The increase of capital that the bank is planning for 2011 will strengthen our capital position and significantly increase our Basel Index.
5 Page 5 / 15 Branches ATM Employees We have continued to increase the number of our branches, as part of our strategy to increase our volume in the retail market. The total number of ATMs increased by 6.5% in the first quarter 2011, mainly due to the installation of ATMs in Unimarc supermarkets. Unimarc is owned by SMU S.A., a retail business holding company owned by our principal shareholder. Unimarc is the third largest supermarket chain in Chile in terms of total sales and the largest in terms of food sales. The number of our employees has decreased by 5.0% in the first quarter This follows our strategy of maximizing efficiency as we continue to grow our portfolio and increase the products we offer to our customers. Management s Discussion and Analysis I) Financial Performance Review For the three-month period ended (Ch$ million) Dec - 10 Mar-11 Change Net interest revenue 55,502 46,606 (8,896) Fees and income from services, net 13,883 13,170 (713) Treasury business (711) 20,059 20,770 Other revenue 5,223 1,066 (4,157) Total operating revenue 73,897 80,901 7,004 Provision for loan losses (6,184) (11,370) (5,186) Operating expenses (38,338) (34,362) 3,976 Income attributable to investments in other companies 12 - (12) Net Income before taxes 29,807 35,513 5,706 Income taxes (3,104) (6,240) (3,136) Net Income 26,703 29,273 2,570 Net interest revenue Net interest revenue decreased by 16.0%. The decrease is mainly a result of the following: A smaller increase in the UF (an inflation indexed unit of account). The UF increased by 0.57% in the first quarter 2011 compared to a 0.65% increase during the fourth quarter An Increase in our funding cost as a result of an increase in the Central Banks interest rate from 3.25% in the fourth quarter 2010 to 4.00% in the first quarter A decrease in our assets, particularly in the amount of commercial loans. The financial hedge strategies used by CorpBanca explain a significant portion of this reduction
6 Page 6 / 15 Fees and income from services For the three-month period ended (Ch$ million) Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Change Banking services(*) 7,907 6,121 (1,786) Mutual fund management and securities brokerage services 2,123 2, Insurance brokerage 1,771 1, Financial advisory services 1,574 1, Legal advisory services (76) Total 13,884 13,170 (714) (*) includes consolidation adjustments The decrease of Ch$1.7 billion in fee revenues from banking operations during the first quarter 2011 is mainly due to a decrease in fees from foreign trade loans, lower use of ATM s and a decrease in the collection of upfront fees. This decrease was partially offset by an increase in fees from prepaid loans during the quarter. Fees from securities brokerage services increased by Ch$268 million as compared to the fourth quarter 2010, which is explained by a significant increase in operations through Pershing and business with clients from our wholesale banking operations. Insurance brokerage fees increased by 5.7% during the first quarter This is mainly explained by an increase of products attributed to our mid-sized commercial banking segment, especially our leasing products. This increase is also attributed to the success of our product offered by Banco Condell called consumo+banlinea. Our financial advisory services fees increased by 25.0% during the first quarter 2011 due to our participation in major projects during the first quarter 2011.
7 Page 7 / 15 Trading and investment For the three-month period ended (Ch$ million) Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Change Trading and investment income: Trading securities 1,665 4,193 2,528 Derivatives held-for-trading (20,049) 22,448 42,497 Available-for-sale investments and other (1,340) 2,426 3,765 Total trading and investment income (19,724) 29,066 48,790 Net foreign exchange transactions 19,012 (11,909) (30,921) Net gains (losses) from treasury business (712) 17,157 17,869 Total income from our treasury business during the first quarter 2011 increased by Ch$17.8 billion as compared to the fourth quarter The gain from our treasury business is mainly related to transactions and products that the bank offers to our corporate clients through our wholesale model and strategies related to market opportunities. In March, the bank sold a part of its available for sale portfolio, which resulted in Ch$1.6 billion of income. CorpBanca hedges all its positions in foreign currency through derivatives to avoid any currency risk, so the final number of foreign exchange transactions will be mainly offset by the number of derivatives held for trading. Also, these results include Mark to Market profits/loss related to Swap contracts (Interest Rate Swaps and Cross Currency Interest Rate Swaps) used for managing ALM risk positions Derivatives and financial securities that may provide effective economic hedges for managing risk positions are treated and reported as trading, due to local regulatory restrictions. Trading and investment income primarily includes the results from our trading portfolio financial assets (marked-to-market adjustments, gains and losses from sales), gains and losses from our derivative trading portfolio, and gains and losses from financial investments available-for-sale. Net foreign exchange gains and losses include both the results of foreign exchange transactions as well as the recognition of the effect of exchange rate fluctuations on assets and liabilities stated in foreign currencies, and loans and deposits in Chilean pesos indexed to foreign currencies. Provision for loan losses (for Commercial and Retail loans) For the three-month period ended (Ch$ million) Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Change Commercial, net (6,958) (3,223) 3,734 Mortgage, net (1,036) (1,137) (101) Consumer, net (6,303) (6,514) (211) Net charge to income (14,472) (10,822) 3,650 Our provision for loan losses for commercial and retail loans decreased by 25.0% during the first quarter 2011 as compared to the fourth quarter 2010.
8 Page 8 / 15 An improvement in asset quality in addition to a decrease in our commercial loans explains the decrease of our total provision for loan losses (for commercial and retail loans) during the first quarter Operating expenses For the three-month period ended (Ch$ million) Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Change Personnel salaries expenses 19,336 19,170 (166) Administrative and other expenses 11,843 11,384 (459) Depreciation, amortization and impairment 1,865 1,832 (33) Other operating expenses 5,294 1,976 (3,318) Total operating expenses 38,338 34,362 (3,976) Total operating expenses decreased by 10.0% during the first quarter 2011 as compared to the fourth quarter 2010 primarily as a result of a decrease in our other operating expenses. Personnel salaries decreased slightly as compared to the fourth quarter Administrative and other expenses decreased by Ch$459 million, mainly as a result of a decrease in advertisement expenses of Ch$ 500 million, as well as a decrease in computer service expenses and cash distributions. The decrease in administrative and other expenses was partially offset by an increase insurance premium expenses. During the first quarter 2011, our other operating expenses decreased by Ch$3,318 million or 62.7%, which is the result of a decrease in additional provisions related to general litigation arising in the ordinary course of our business. II) Assets and liabilities Loan portfolio As of the month ended (Ch$ million) Dec -10 Mar - 11 Change Wholesale 4,029,231 3,987,046 (42,185) Commercial 3,421,104 3,309,099 (112,005) Foreign trade 260, ,185 60,209 Leasing and factoring 347, ,762 9,611 Retail 1,439,954 1,467,993 28,039 Consumer 407, ,003 (1,312) Mortgage loans 1,032,639 1,061,990 29,351 Total loans 5,469,185 5,455,039 (14,146) On a quarter-by-quarter basis, our total loans portfolio remained steady as compared to the fourth quarter 2010, decreasing by only Ch$14,146. This decrease is primarily the result of commercial loans, which decreased by Ch$42 billion. Our market share decreased by 0.28% during the first quarter 2011, from 7.30% in December 2010 to 7.02% in March For corporate and commercial loans, our market share at the end of March 2011 was 8.39%, 44 bps lower than our market share at the end of December During the first quarter 2011, we experienced an increase in prepaid loans, which explains the decrease in our commercial loans.
9 Page 9 / 15 This quarter s increase in retail loans was due to a 2.8% increase in mortgage loans. The small decrease in consumer loans is related to our low income consumer division, called Banco Condell, which is going through the process of restructuring its portfolio with higher quality loans and a greater concentration on lower risk clients. In fact our risk index for this portfolio has been decreasing significantly in the past 12 months. Securities Portfolio As of the month ended(ch$ million) Dec - 10 Mar - 11 Change Trading portfolio financial assets 197, ,006 (3,574) Financial investments available-for-sale 746, ,278 (215,970) Financial investments held-to-maturity - 12,025 12,025 Total financial investments 943, ,309 (207,519) Our investment portfolio consists of trading, available-for-sale and held-to-maturity securities. Trading instruments correspond to financial instruments acquired to generate gains from short-term price fluctuations, brokerage margins, or that are included in a portfolio with the purpose of gaining profit in the short-term. Trading instruments are stated at fair value. Investment instruments are classified in two categories: held-to-maturity investments and instruments available-for-sale. Held-to-maturity investments include only those instruments for which the bank has the capacity and intent to hold until maturity. We currently have a small amount of held-to-maturity investments. All other investment instruments are considered available-for-sale. Investment instruments are initially recognized at cost, which includes transaction costs. Instruments available-for-sale at each subsequent periodend are valued at their fair value according to market prices or based on valuation models. Unrealized gains or losses arising from changes in the fair value are charged or credited to equity accounts. Our available for sale portfolio decreased by 29.0% during the first quarter This is explained mainly by the proactive administration of our portfolio, which was restructured with the aim of searching for new opportunities in the market. In addition, a portion of the portfolio was sold, which explains part of the income earned by our financial division.
10 Page 10 / 15 Funding strategy As of the month ended(ch$ million) Dec-10 Mar - 11 Change Checking accounts 405, ,467 25,166 Other non-interest bearing deposits 206, ,435 (13,328) Time deposits and savings accounts 3,700,454 3,649,582 (50,872) Repurchase agreements 189, ,789 (57,561) Mortgages bonds 226, ,988 (13,463) Banking bonds 700, , ,007 Subordinated bonds 288, ,810 (604) Domestic borrowings 66,800 24,397 (42,403) Foreign borrowings 460, ,353 93,801 Our current funding strategy is to continue utilizing all sources of funding in accordance with their costs, their availability and our general asset and liability management strategy. During the fourth quarter 2009, we increased the amount of our subordinated bonds. In 2010, CorpBanca entered into a Senior Unsecured Term Loan Facility in the amount of US$167.5 million, and we issued US$178.1 million in Reg S notes in the international market. During 2011, we plan to continue to increase the amount of funding from checking accounts and diversifying our funding mainly through bonds. Shareholders Equity We are the 4th largest private bank in Chile, based on our shareholders equity of Ch$496 billion and loans of Ch$5,455 billion as of March 31, We have 226,909,291 thousand shares outstanding and a market capitalization of Ch$1,634 billion (based on a share price of Ch$7.2 pesos per share) as of March 31, III) Other Related Information Increase of Corpbanca Equity As we mentioned in our previous release, at the extraordinary shareholders meeting held on January 27, 2011, our shareholders approved the proposal of the Board to make a capital increase which will occur through the issuance of 40,042,815,984 shares for payment, representing 15.0% of the total new equity, to be subscribed and paid at the price, terms and other conditions determined by the Board. The Board adopted the agreement in question in order to strengthen our plan for growth and investment in the bank and take advantage of future commercial opportunities.
11 Page 11 / 15 CorpBanca s Conference Call on First quarter 2011 Results on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 You are invited to participate in CorpBanca s (NYSE: BCA, Santiago: CORPBANCA) conference call to discuss the First quarter 2011 Results and respond to investor questions. Time: 11:00 am (Santiago, Chile) 11:00 am EDT (US) 16:00 pm (UK) Call Numbers: U.S.A. participants please dial Outside the US please dial UK participants please dial Chairperson: John Paul Fischer, Head of Investor Relations You should dial in 10 minutes prior to the commencement of the call. For your convenience, a 24 hour instant replay facility will be available, following the completion of the conference call, until Wednesday, May 18, Slides and audio webcast: There will also be a live -and then archived- webcast of the conference call with PowerPoint slides through the internet accessible through the website of Capital Link at Please click on the button FIRST QUARTER 2011 FINANCIAL RESULTS WEBCAST. The webcast will also be available on the company s website at Participants to the live webcast should register on the website approximately 10 minutes prior to the start of the webcast. To listen to the replay, please call: Instant Replay Number U.S.A.: Access Code: # Instant Replay Number OTHER: Access Code: # Instant Replay Number U.K.: Access Code: #
12 Page 12 / 15 Consolidated Statements of Income (unaudited) For the three months ended (Expressed in millions of Chilean pesos) Dec-10 Mar-11 OPERATING INCOME Interest revenue 102, ,405 Interest expense (46,737) (60,799) Net interest revenue 55,502 46,606 Fees and income from services, net 13,883 13,170 Trading and investment income, net (19,725) 29,066 Foreign exchange gains (losses), net 19,014 (9,007) Other operating revenue 5,223 1,066 Operating revenues 73,897 80,901 Provisions for loan losses (6,184) (11,370) Net operating revenues 67,713 69,531 Personnel salaries and expenses (19,336) (19,170) Administration expenses (11,843) (11,384) Depreciation, amortization and impairment (1,865) (1,832) Other operating expenses (5,294) (1,976) Net operating income 29,375 35,169 Income attributable to investments in other companies 12 - Non-controlling interest Income before income taxes 29,807 35,513 Income taxes (3,104) (6,240) Income for the period 26,703 29,273
13 Page 13 / 15 Consolidated Balance Sheets (unaudited) (Expressed in millions of Chilean pesos) Dec-10 Mar-11 Assets Cash and deposits in banks 202, ,987 Items in course of collection 79, ,012 Trading portfolio financial assets 197, ,006 Financial investments available-for-sale 746, ,278 Financial investments held-to-maturity - 12,025 Investments purchased under agreements to resell 75,676 65,340 Derivative financial instruments 204, ,368 Loans and receivables to banks 63, ,193 Loans and receivables to customers 5,469,184 5,455,038 Allowance for loan losses (106,606) (104,124) Loans and receivables to customers, net 5,362,578 5,350,914 Investments in other companies 3,583 3,583 Intangibles 13,096 12,948 Premises and equipment, net 53,430 54,872 Income tax provision - current Deferred income taxes 25,417 25,778 Other assets 98, ,752 Total Assets 7,126,089 7,159,244 Liabilities: Deposits and other demand liabilities 612, ,902 Items in course of collection 41, ,449 Securities sold under agreements to resell 189, ,789 Deposits and other term liabilities 3,700,454 3,649,582 Derivative financial instruments 175, ,150 Borrowings from financial institutions 503, ,785 Debt instruments 1,215,435 1,303,375 Other financial obligations 23,660 22,965 Income tax provision - current 7,299 9,389 Deferred income taxes 21,244 21,263 Provisions 79,747 26,926 Other liabilities 20,998 49,757 Total Liabilities 6,590,729 6,662,332 Shareholders' equity: Capital 342, ,248 Reserves 26,406 26,406 Valuation gains (losses) (2,758) (2,178) Retained earnings: Retained earnings from prior years 106, Profit for the period 119,043 29,273 Less: Accrual for mandatory dividends (59,522) (8,782) Minority Interest 2,943 2,599 Total Shareholders' Equity 535, ,912 Total equity and liabilities 7,126,089 7,159,244
14 Page 14 / 15 Selected Performance Ratios (unaudited) As of or for the three month period ended Dec-10 Mar-11 Solvency indicators Basle index 13.43% 11.41% Shareholders' equity / total assets 7.51% 6.94% Shareholders' equity / total liabilities 8.12% 7.46% Credit quality ratios Risk index (Allowances / total loans ) 1.95% 1.91% Provisions for loan losses / Total loans 0.45% 0.83% Provisions for loan losses / Total assets 0.35% 0.64% Provisions for loan losses / Gross operating income 8.4% 14.1% Provisions for loan losses / Net income 23.2% 38.8% Profitability ratios Net interest revenue / Interest-earning assets 3.49% 2.98% Gross operating income / Total assets 4.15% 4.52% Gross operating income / Interest-earning assets 4.65% 5.17% ROA (before taxes), over total assets 1.67% 1.98% ROA (before taxes), over interest-earning assets 1.88% 2.27% ROE (before taxes) 22.3% 28.6% ROA, over total assets 1.50% 1.64% ROA, over interest-earning assets 1.68% 1.87% ROE (1) 22.45% 23.99% Efficiency ratios Operating expenses / Total assets 2.15% 1.92% Operating expenses/ Total loans 2.80% 2.52% Operating expenses / Operating revenues 44.7% 40.0% Earnings Diluted Earnings per share before taxes (Chilean pesos per share) Diluted Earnings per ADR before taxes (U.S. dollars per ADR) Diluted Earnings per share (Chilean pesos per share) Diluted Earnings per ADR (U.S. dollars per ADR) Total Shares Outstanding (Thousands) 226,909, ,909,290.6 Peso exchange rate for US$
15 Page 15 / 15 CAUTION REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS This press release contains forward-looking statements, Forward-looking information is often, but not always, identified by the use of words such as anticipate, believe, expect, plan, intend, forecast, target, project, may, will, should, could, estimate, predict or similar words suggesting future outcomes or language suggesting an outlook. Forward-looking statements and information are based on current beliefs as well as assumptions made by and information currently available to CorpBanca concerning anticipated financial performance, business prospects, strategies and regulatory developments. Although management considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on information currently available to it, they may prove to be incorrect. By their very nature, forward-looking statements involve inherent risks and uncertainties, both general and specific, and risks that predictions, forecasts, projections and other forward-looking statements will not be achieved. We caution readers not to place undue reliance on these statements as a number of important factors could cause the actual results to differ materially from the beliefs, plans, objectives, expectations and anticipations, estimates and intentions expressed in such forward-looking statements. Furthermore, the forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date of this press release and Corp Banca does not undertake any obligation to update publicly or to revise any of the included forwardlooking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. CONTACTS: Eugenio Gigogne CFO, CorpBanca Santiago, Chile Phone: (562) John Paul Fischer Investor Relations, CorpBanca Santiago, Chile Phone: (562) Nicolas Bornozis President, Capital Link New York, USA Phone: (212)
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Wednesday October 21, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington Federal Concludes its Fiscal Year with Record Earnings SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Washington Federal, Inc. (Nasdaq: WAFD), parent company of Washington
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Phoenix New Media Reports Second Quarter 2015 Unaudited Financial Results 2Q15 Mobile Advertising Revenues Up 124.2% YOY Live Conference Call to be Held at 9:00 PM U.S. Eastern Time on August 11 BEIJING,
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Olivia Snyder, Investor Relations Analyst (617) 219-1410 Government Properties Income Trust Announces Third Quarter 2015 Results Normalized FFO of $0.59 Per Share for the
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