HUSI’s cash and securities represent approximately half of total assets as of third quarter 2015 (3Q15), with the majority of investments in low-risk, highly liquid securities such as treasuries, government agencies, and agency mortgage-backed securities. Supporting the bank’s liquidity profile further, cash and equivalents also represent a higher portion of assets than peers at around 20% of total assets. HUSI’s capital levels are well above peers, benefiting from the bank’s concentration in lower risk weighted assets and a $4 billion injection of equity from HUSI’s ultimate US parent, HSBC North America Holdings (HNAH). HUSI has also maintained a healthy Fitch Core Capital (FCC) Ratio. The FCC Ratio has increased 172bps to 11.92% since FYE2014, well above the large regional peer average. While the company has ample capital relative to peers, Fitch views the level as necessary considering the strength of growth HUSI is generating, its relatively weaker earnings power, and annual regulatory stress testing. Nonperforming assets (NPAs; inclusive of troubled debt restructures) were 2.26% of total loans and other real estate owned, up slightly from 2.24% at 1Q15. Fitch notes that absolute NPA levels increased by around $100 million over the same period, attributable to an uptick in troubled debt restructurings as well as pressure on the company’s energy portfolio. Fitch views HUSI’s energy exposure as manageable although it could be a drag on provision expense going forward should energy prices remain depressed.
PA will remain a competitive tool in our offering to dealers, while supporting Polariss working capital, liquidity, and balance sheet strength.” “We look forward to continuing our relationship with Polaris, said Steve Battreall, president and CEO of CDF. We are dedicated to providing their North American dealers with flexible financing solutions and excellent customer service in order to help them continue to grow today and in the years ahead. About GE Capital, Commercial Distribution Finance Commercial Distribution Finance (CDF) provided $46 billion in financing for more than 40,000 dealers and more than 2,000 distributors and manufacturers globally in 2014. CDF operates in 60 countries and provides inventory financing solutions, service and intelligence through in-depth industry expertise and commitment. Programs include inventory and accounts receivable financing, asset-based lending, private label financing, collateral management, and related financial products. On October 13, 2015, Wells Fargo agreed to acquire CDF from GE Capital as part of a larger transaction which is expected to close in the first quarter of 2016. For more information, visit www.gecdf.com or follow company news via Twitter (GEInventoryFin) About Polaris Polaris is a recognized leader in the powersports industry with annual 2014 sales of $4.5 billion.Polaris designs, engineers, manufactures and markets innovative, high quality off-road vehicles, including all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and the Polaris RANGER and RZR side-by-side vehicles, snowmobiles, motorcycles and on-road electric/hybrid powered vehicles. Polaris is among the global sales leaders for both snowmobiles and off-road vehicles and has established a presence in the heavyweight cruiser and touring motorcycle market with the Victory and Indian Motorcycle and Slingshot brands.Additionally, Polaris continues to invest in the global on-road small electric/hybrid powered vehicle industry with Global Electric Motorcars (GEM), Goupil Industrie SA, Aixam Mega S.A.S., and internally developed vehicles.
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