Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSE:CM) Full Year 2022 Results
Key Financial Results
Revenue: CA$20.8b (up 4.6% from FY 2021).
Net income: CA$6.05b (down 3.5% from FY 2021).
Profit margin: 29% (down from 32% in FY 2021). The decrease in margin was driven by higher expenses.
EPS: CA$6.70 (down from CA$6.98 in FY 2021).
CM Banking Performance Indicators
Net interest margin (NIM): 1.58% (down from 1.59% in FY 2021).
Cost-to-income ratio: 56.4% (up from 55.4% in FY 2021).
Non-performing loans: 0.34% (down from 0.40% in FY 2021).
All figures shown in the chart above are for the trailing 12 month (TTM) period
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Revenues and Earnings Miss Expectations
Revenue missed analyst estimates by 1.3%. Earnings per share (EPS) also missed analyst estimates by 6.0%.
Looking ahead, revenue is forecast to grow 6.0% p.a. on average during the next 3 years, compared to a 5.3% growth forecast for the Banks industry in Canada.
The company's shares are down 8.8% from a week ago.
Balance Sheet Analysis
While earnings are important, another area to consider is the balance sheet. We've done some analysis and you can see our take on Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's balance sheet.
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