noninterest

noninterest

(ˌnɒnˈɪntrəst)
adj
lacking interest or characterized by no interest
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7%) resulted mainly from an increase in net interest income of USD 576,000 and a decrease of USD 4,498,000 in noninterest expense.
81% in the year ago quarter; Provision for credit losses of $9 million decreased $11 million, or 55% from the year ago quarter; Noninterest income of $80 million reflected less investment gains from the year ago quarter; Noninterest expense was essentially flat at $174 million from the year ago quarter.
Meyer and Michelle Clark Neely analyzed data on compliance costs from a survey of 469 banks conducted by state banking commissioners and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors by comparing them to total noninterest expenses.
The decrease in net income of USD380,968 for the three months ended March 31, 2016 as compared to the same period in 2015 was mainly due to decreases in noninterest income and net interest income, offset in part by decreases in income tax expense and noninterest expenses.
Even before the Great Recession, noninterest income had been researched in literature with a focus on its linkages to profitability and risks.
To answer these questions, we look at banks' net income and two components of net income, net interest income and net noninterest income.
In their quest to comfortably cover operating expenses with help from noninterest income, several credit unions said this year, they'll mostly rely on NSF fees and interchange income, followed by income from insurance products and monthly service fees.
Among other things, this report contains a detailed listing of all of the bank's noninterest expenses and all the sources of noninterest income.
The availability of no-fee noninterest checking was the only one of the three to have changed a statistically significant amount over the period, rising 5 percentage points.
Net income for the quarter benefited from an increase of $119,000 in net interest income and decreases of $300,000 in provision for loan losses and $83,000 in noninterest expense, partially offset by a decrease of $59,000 in noninterest income.