Crescent Financial Bancshares, Inc. Announces First Quarter 2013 Financial Results, Which Reflect Strong Loan Growth And Merger Activities
The following table summarizes the changes in ALL for each loan category in the quarter ended March 31, 2013.
|(Dollars in thousands)||New Loans||Purchased Non-Impaired||Purchased Credit-Impaired||Total|
|Balance at January 1, 2013||$ 2,665||$ 55||$ 1,278||$ 3,998|
|Provision for loan losses||225||510||1,205||1,940|
|Balance at March 31, 2013||$ 2,834||$ 210||$ 2,483||$ 5,527|
The ALL of $2.8 million on new loans as of March 31, 2013 was 0.87 percent of related outstanding balances, excluding the guaranteed portion of loans originated through the U.S. Small Business Administration's ("SBA") lending program. For new loans, the evaluation of the adequacy of the ALL includes both loans evaluated collectively for impairment and loans evaluated individually for impairment. The determination of loss rates on loans collectively evaluated for impairment involves consideration of peer loan loss experience as well as certain qualitative factors such as current delinquency levels and trends, loan growth, loan portfolio composition, prevailing economic conditions, the loan review function, and other relevant factors. Because the Company has not yet experienced material charge-offs on the new loan portfolio, trailing two-year peer loss rates are used as a proxy for charge-off rates on the Company's new loan portfolio.
Purchased non-impaired loans were adjusted to fair value at acquisition. Following acquisition, the Company records charge-offs for losses in excess of the fair value discount and provides reserves for deterioration in credit quality on these loans. For purchased non-impaired loans, the evaluation of the adequacy of the ALL also includes both loans evaluated collectively for impairment and loans evaluated individually for impairment and involves considerations of historical loan loss experience as well as certain qualitative factors such as current delinquency levels and trends, loan growth, loan portfolio composition, prevailing economic conditions, the loan review function, and other relevant factors. The Company uses trailing two-year historical loss rates on the legacy portfolio plus qualitative factors to determine appropriate loss rates for loans evaluated collectively.
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