Tag: NIM

How Banks Differentiate to Protect Margins

Protecting Net Interest Margins

Bank margins plummeted in the second quarter of this year as banks struggled to find lending opportunities outside of the low-yielding PPP loans. The banking industry net interest margin (NIM) dropped 42 basis points in Q2/20 from 3.16% to 2.74% - the largest percentage drop in history.

How Optionality Impacts Your Net Interest Margin

IMPROVING NIM
IMPROVING NIM

For the majority of bankers, maintaining or increasing net interest margin (NIM) is the single most significant focus today. The shape of the yield curve and lower rates have caused NIM compression across the board and have hurt bank equity performance. While we are not big fans of managing bank performance using NIM as it doesn’t take into account risk and cost, it is one of the most common performance metrics used in banking.

Improving ROA and Data Visualization At Your Bank

The Data on Net Interest Margin
THE DATA ON NIM

Data visualization is the presentation of data in a pictorial or graphical format. It enables decision-makers to see analytics more easily, grasp difficult concepts, identify new patterns, and explain outliers.

Why Banks Are Relooking At Their 2017 Deposit Strategy (Part I)

Bank Deposit Management

Here at CenterState Bank, we specialize in Florida.  Now, Florida has a lot of things going for it, but it has at least two major things going against it. One is an unspoken rule that if you own a bar or restaurant with an open-air patio, you have to have some guy impersonating Jimmy Buffett on a stool wearing a flowered shirt singing for tips. These guys are everywhere, and if you live here, it gets old. The other major drawback is that hunting for the highest rate on your deposits is a national pastime only eclipsed by baseball and trying to stay out of sinkholes.

Subscribe to Tag: NIM