According to the latest data released by the Federal Reserve on May 1, total loans for all US commercial banks increased 8.2% in the week ending April 24, 2015.
Carlyle Group generated ~15% for its stock owner over the past three months ending on April 29. It declared a quarterly distribution of $0.33 per common unit.
On April 29, Carlyle Group (CG) reported distributable income of $148 million for 1Q15 and $938 million on a LTM basis.
On April 29, Carlyle Group (CG) announced a 6% first quarter increase in carry fund valuations. This reflects the strong performance of its holdings.
On April 29, Carlyle Group (CG) announced that its assets under management were down by 3% to $192.7 billion—compared to 1Q14.
Carlyle Group (CG) reported its 1Q15 earnings on April 29. The company managed to beat Wall Street analysts’ EPS estimates of $0.70—its EPS was $0.80.
In 1Q15, BB&T (BBT) got approval from the Federal Reserve to increase its quarterly dividends by 12.5% to $0.27.
BB&T’s (BBT) non-interest expense increased 2.7% for 1Q15—compared to 1Q14. It was driven by an increase in personnel expense and other expense.
BB&T’s (BBT) average loans, excluding residential mortgage loans, grew 5.4% in 1Q15—compared to the last quarter. Period end loans grew 3.6% YoY in the quarter.
BB&T (BBT) completed the acquisition of 41 Citigroup branches in Texas in 1Q15. This added ~$1.9 billion to BB&T’s deposits.
BB&T (BBT) reported its 1Q15 earnings on April 23. The net income declined to $488 million—compared to $496 million in 1Q14.
Affiliated Managers Group (AMG) stock has returned 10% over the past three months. The company doesn’t declare dividends.
On April 28, Affiliated Managers Group (AMG) announced that it expanded over half of its assets under management base.
Affiliated Managers Group (AMG) announced on April 28 that it received $5.3 billion in the first quarter of 2015 and $130 billion over the past five years.
On April 18, Affiliated Managers Group (AMG) reported net 1Q15 profits of $128 million compared to $77 million for the first quarter of the previous year.
Capital One repurchased 5.4 million shares in 1Q15—representing 1% of the its total outstanding shares. Its strategic priorities for 2015 haven’t changed.
Capital One’s Commercial Banking segment’s ending loan balances in 1Q15 increased ~10% YoY. Its YoY growth in commercial lending is slowing compared to prior years.
Capital One’s (COF) Consumer Banking segment’s ending loans were up ~1% YoY in 1Q15, as the growth in auto loans was offset by runoff in the mortgage portfolio.
Capital One Financial (COF) reported its first quarter earnings on April 23, 2015. While revenue increased 5%, net income was flat YoY.
Emerging market equities received $1.37 billion of new flows for the week ended April 24, 2015.