BAC Earnings, EPS $0.21, Bank Of America Login For Call With CEO Brian Moynihan, Net Worth $15M+

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) reported first quarter 2016 earnings this morning. Highlights of the bank’s financial results included EPS of $0.21, in line with the Wall Street analyst estimate consensus of $0.21 and revenues of $19.7 billion, missing the street consensus of $20.30 billion by $600 million or 2.96 percent. CEO Brian Moynihan, who has a net worth estimated to be more than $15 million, and the management team will host a conference call at 8:30 a.m. ET. Investors can listen-in at the Bank of America login for the call.

Bank of America’s reported EPS equates to year over year growth of -22.20 percent. The company’s revenue figure is down 8.03 percent, year over year.

“This quarter, we benefited from good consumer and commercial banking activity,” CEO Moynihan was quoted in bank’s release. “Our business segments earned $4.5 billion, up 16 percent from the year-ago quarter. This was partially offset by valuation adjustments from lower long-term interest rates and annual compensation expenses.”

Brian Moynihan, net worth $15 million plus, released Bank of America first quarter 2016 earnings this morning meeting analyst expectations. [Image via Venngage]A number of sites, such as Get Net Worth, report Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan’s net worth as $4.3 million. However, given the fact that Bloomberg reports that the CEO’s total compensation for 2015 was $13.8 million, and the fact that he owns over 1.1 million shares of BAC stock, valued at over $15.2 million, as reported by Yahoo Finance, it would seem that the $4.3 million figure appears low.

Yesterday, Charlotte Business Journal reported on Bank of America’s “living will,” its plans for resolution in case of bankruptcy without “wreaking financial havoc,” being panned by the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The bank has been given until October 1 to come up with a better plan.

Going into this morning’s earnings report, the street consensus for first quarter BAC EPS of $0.21 had been reduced from $0.32, or by 34.38 percent, over the past 90 days. Full-year 2016 views have been reduced by 12.90 percent, from $1.55 to $1.35, and full-year 2017 estimates have been trimmed by 6.94 percent, from $1.73 to $1.61. Further revisions to analyst estimates are likely with today’s results.

For the second quarter of 2016, analysts see Bank of America EPS shrinking by 15.60 percent; for the full year, the view is for EPS to fall by 2.20 percent. Analysts see BAC EPS rebounding and growing by 19.30 percent in 2017 and by 6.51 percent annually over the coming five years.

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, who has a reported net worth of more than $15 million, reported the bank's first quarter 2016 earnings this morning; a login for a conference call at 8:30 am is available for investors. CEO of Bank of America, Brian Moynihan, in September, 2013 in Washington, DC. [Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images]At the end of 2015, Bank of America reported a profit margin of 20.02 percent and an operating margin of 30.48 percent. Management produced a return on equity of 6.36 percent. The bank reported holding a cash position of $480.96 billion and debt of $477.60 billion. Bank of America is reported to have a debt to equity ratio of 92 percent by Investor’s Business Daily.

Bank of America has dozens of outstanding debt issues, with maturities stretching as far into the future as 2043, as reported by Morningstar.

Currently, the analyst consensus is for Bank of America to generate $84.61 billion in revenue in 2016 and $88.98 billion in 2017, representing 0.40 and 5.20 percent annual growth respectively.

BAC stock is down by 11.83 percent over the past 12 months, compared with a loss of 1.13 percent for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI). Over the past 10 years, BAC shares have lost 71.51 percent of their value, compared with gain of 60.35 percent for the Dow.

Bank of America pays annual dividends of $0.20, currently yielding 1.55 percent.

Bank of America login for conference call hosted by Brian Moynihan, who has reported net worth of more than $15 million, to release the bank's first quarter 2016 financial results, including BAC earnings per share. [Image via Venngage]Major institutional holders of BAC shares include The Vanguard Group, FMR, State Street Corporation, and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM), which reported a $0.09 per share EPS beat yesterday morning, as reported by The Inquisitr. Founder of The Vanguard Group, John C. Bogle, is reported to have a net worth of $80 million, according to The Richest.

Currently, 29 research firms publish price targets on BAC stock. Estimates range from $15 to $20 and average $17.40. The mean recommendation among firms is a 1.8, where 1.0 is a strong buy and 5.0 is a sell.

Bank of America operates approximately 4,700 branches, 16,000 ATMs, online and mobile login options, and call centers. The bank employs 213,000 full-time employees and is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Backing up CEO Brian Moynihan is CFO Paul Donofio and COO Thomas Montag, who received salaries of $4.63 million and $6.82 million, respectively, in 2015, as reported by Yahoo Finance.

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