Average assets as a proportion of average equity.
Life new business margin
Embedded value of new business attained in the Life Insurance key business area of WIMI, as a proportion of the discounted value of the associated future premiums.
Loans-to-deposits and debt securities ratio
Loans and advances to customers as a percentage of deposits due to customers and debt securities in issue.
Long-term funding ratio
Funding with a term in excess of six months.
The Group’s closing share price, times the number of shares in issue at the reporting date.
Market risk is the risk that the Group’s earnings, capital or business objectives will be adversely impacted by changes in the level or volatility of market rates or prices such as interest rates, foreign exchange rates, equity prices, commodity prices and credit spreads. It consists of:
- Traded market risk, which is the risk of the Group being impacted by changes in the level or volatility of positions in the Group’s trading books, primarily in Investment Bank.
- Non-traded market risk, which is the risk of the Group being unable to hedge the interest rate risk in the banking book, primarily in retail, business banking and corporate portfolios.
- Insurance risk, which is the risk that future experiences relating to claims, expenses, policyholder behaviour and investment returns are different from the assumptions made when setting premiums or valuing policyholder liabilities.
- Pension risk, which arises when an adverse movement between pension assets and liabilities results in a pension deficit.
Income generated from the provision of point-of-sale facilities to the Group’s merchant network customers. This income includes both rental income for the supply of point-of-sale units as well as transactional income for the transactions processed on the supplied terminals.
Net asset value per share
Total equity attributable to ordinary equity holders divided by the number of shares in issue. The net asset value per share figure excludes the non-cumulative, non-redeemable preference shares issued.
Net insurance premium income
The amount of insurance premiums received or receivable on insurance assets net of insurance claims and benefits paid on insurance liabilities.
Net interest income
The amount of interest received or receivable on assets net of interest paid or payable on liabilities.
Net interest margin on average interest-bearing assets
Net interest income for the reporting period, divided by average interest-bearing assets (calculated on a daily weighted- average basis), expressed as a percentage of average interest-bearing assets.
Net present value unwind on non-performing book
A net present value adjustment representing time value of money of expected cash flows within the impairment allowance. Such time value of money reduces as the point of cash flow is approached. The time-based reduction in time value of money is recognised in the statement of comprehensive income as interest received on impaired assets.
Net income consists of net interest income and non-interest income, net of impairment losses on loans and advances.
Net trading result
Net trading result includes the profits and losses on CIB’s trading desks arising from both the purchase and sale of trading instruments and the revaluation to market value, as well as CIB’s hedge ineffectiveness. This includes the interest income and interest expense from these instruments and related funding cost. It also includes similar activities from the African operations.
Non-interest income consists of the following Statement of comprehensive income line items: “net fee and commission income”, “net insurance premium income”, “net insurance claims and benefits paid”, “changes in investment contracts and insurance contract liabilities”, “gains and losses from banking and trading activities”, “gains and losses from investment activities as well as other operating income”.
A loan is typically considered non-performing once its delinquency reaches a trigger point. This is typically when interest is suspended (in accordance with Group policy) or if the loan is moved to the legal environment for recovery. As a consequence, a loan that has defaulted is not necessarily non-performing (unless certain criteria are met).
NPLs’ coverage ratio
Net exposure, being the outstanding NPL balance, less expected recoveries and fair value of collateral, as a percentage of the total outstanding NPL balance.
NPLs as a percentage of gross loans and advances to customers.
NPL ratio on loans and advances to customers and banks
NPLs as a percentage of gross loans and advances to customers and banks.
Non-interest income as a percentage of income
Non-interest income as a percentage of income from operations. Income consists of net interest income and non-interest income.
Operational risk is the risk of direct or indirect impacts resulting from human factors, inadequate or failed internal processes and systems or external events. This includes risks associated with payments and transaction operations, external suppliers, products, premises and security, fraud risk, regulation, information, financial reporting, tax, legal, people and technology.
The closing price of ordinary shares, divided by headline earnings per ordinary share for the reporting period.
Probability of default
The probability that a debtor will default within a one-year time horizon.
Total income less operating expenses.
The capital that the Group holds, determined in accordance with the requirements of the Banks Act and regulations relating to banks.
Return on average assets
Annualised headline earnings as a proportion of total average assets.
Return on average equity
Annualised headline earnings as a proportion of average equity.
Return on average regulatory capital
Measure of efficient use, by segment, of regulatory capital.
Return on average risk-weighted assets
Annualised headline earnings as a proportion of average risk-weighted assets.
Income consists of net interest income and non-interest income.