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Capital One Reports Second Quarter 2011 Net Income of $911 Million, or $1.97 Per Share

July 13, 2011 at 6:20 AM EDT

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- Estimated Tier 1 Common Equity Ratio of approximately 9.2 percent at June 30, 2011, up 80 basis points from 8.4 percent at March 31, 2011
- End of period loan balances up $4.9 billion to $129.0 billion
- Net Interest Margin stable at 7.2 percent
- Revenue Margin 9.2 percent, down 24 basis points compared to first quarter 2011
- Charge-off Rate of 2.91 percent, down 75 basis points from first quarter 2011
- Provision Expense of $343 million, down $191 million from first quarter 2011

MCLEAN, Va., July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --

Capital One Financial Corporation (NYSE: COF) today announced net income for the second quarter of 2011 of $911 million, or $1.97 per diluted common share, compared with net income of $1.0 billion, or $2.21 per diluted common share, for the first quarter of 2011, and net income of $608 million, or $1.33 per diluted common share, for the second quarter of 2010.

"Our second quarter performance demonstrates that Capital One remains well positioned to continue to deliver attractive and sustainable results, including loan growth, deposit growth, strong returns and robust capital generation," said Richard D. Fairbank, Capital One's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "Recently we announced our definitive agreement to acquire ING Direct. This is a game-changing transaction that generates attractive financial results immediately, as well as compelling value creation over time. ING Direct has built a very special franchise - bringing great value and exceptional service to its customers - and we're committed to continuing that."

All comparisons in the following paragraphs are for second quarter 2011 compared to first quarter 2011.

Loan and Deposit Volumes

Period-end loan balances increased $4.9 billion, or 4 percent, driven largely by the addition of the $3.7 billion Kohl's portfolio in the Domestic Card Segment, as well as growth in both Auto Finance and Commercial Banking.

Excluding the addition of the Kohl's portfolio, period-end loans in the Domestic Card Segment declined modestly in the quarter, as about $200 million of growth in revolving card balances was more than offset by approximately $500 million of expected run off of the Installment Loan portfolio, which is included in the Domestic Card Segment. Purchase volume increased in the quarter to $34.3 billion, from $27.8 billion in the first quarter of 2011, owing to the addition of Kohl's, second quarter seasonality and continued strong growth in purchase volume across the company's Domestic Card Segment.

While average loans in the quarter grew by $2.8 billion to $127.9 billion, average earning assets grew a more modest $603 million as a result of the expected decline in cash and investments due to the acquisition of the Kohl's portfolio.

Period-end total deposits increased $671 million to $126.1 billion, driven by growth in branch consumer deposits.

Revenues

Total revenue in the second quarter of 2011 was $4.0 billion, down $89 million, or 2 percent.

Net interest income remained stable at $3.1 billion.

Non-interest income declined $85 million in the quarter, driven by two factors. First, retrospective regulatory requirements related to payment protection insurance, or PPI, in the company's UK business resulted in a contra-revenue of approximately $52 million as the company added to reserves in anticipation of refunds to UK customers. Second, the company made a periodic adjustment to its rewards liability. This "true up" of the rewards liability resulted in a contra-revenue of approximately $22 million in the second quarter.

Margins

Net interest margin was flat in the quarter at 7.2 percent, driven by a 15 basis point decline in earning asset yields partially offset by a 13 basis point improvement in cost of funds. The decline in earning asset yields was primarily driven by the addition of the Kohl's portfolio.

Revenue margin for the second quarter was 9.2 percent, down 24 basis points from the first quarter. The decline in revenue margin resulted largely from the same factors that drove the decline in non-interest income. Domestic Card revenue margin declined in the quarter, as expected, driven by the addition of the Kohl's portfolio, but remains above 16 percent.

Non-Interest Expenses

Operating expense for the second quarter increased $40 million, or 2 percent, largely driven by period-specific partnership expenses, adjustments to compensation programs, and expenses to implement the retrospective regulatory changes related to PPI in the UK Card business.

Marketing expense increased $53 million in the second quarter, driven by increased opportunities in the Card businesses.

Provision Expense

Provision expense of $343 million in the second quarter decreased $191 million from the prior quarter, primarily driven by a $214 million reduction in net charge-offs. The net charge-off rate was 2.91 percent in the second quarter of 2011, as continued improvement in credit led to charge-off improvements across all business segments. Strong underlying credit improvement trends led to a $579 million release of allowance for loan losses. While the net charge-off rate was down 75 basis points from the prior quarter, the allowance coverage to loans ratio was only down 60 basis points to 3.48 percent.

Rep & Warranty

The company's reserve for representation and warranty claims was $869 million as of June 30, 2011, up from $846 million as of March 31, 2011. The company added $37 million in additional reserves and paid $14 million in claims. The company continues to believe that the upper end of the reasonably possible future losses from representation and warranty claims beyond its current accrual levels could be as high as $1.1 billion. This estimate continues to be subject to the significant uncertainty and numerous factors described in the company's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31, 2011.

Net Income

Net income from continuing operations before income tax increased modestly, as lower pre-provision earnings were offset by lower provision expense. The income tax provision for the second quarter increased by 96 million, which resulted in an $87 million decline in net income from continuing operations, net of tax. For the total company, net income declined $105 million from the prior quarter to $911 million.

Capital Ratios

The company's estimated Tier 1 common equity ratio rose to approximately 9.2 percent as of June 30, 2011, up 80 basis points from March 31, 2011. The increase was driven by strong earnings, as well as a decrease in the amount of the company's deferred tax asset disallowed in the regulatory capital calculation.

Tier 1 common equity ratio and related ratios, as used throughout this release, are non-GAAP financial measures. For additional information, see Table 8 in the Financial Supplement.

Detailed segment information will be available in the company's Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2011.

Forward-looking statements

The company cautions that its current expectations in this release dated July 13, 2011, and the company's plans, objectives, expectations, and intentions, are forward-looking statements which speak only as of the date hereof. The company does not undertake any obligation to update or revise any of the information contained herein whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Actual results could differ materially from current expectations due to a number of factors, including, but not limited to: general economic conditions in the U.S., the U.K., Canada or the company's local markets, including conditions affecting consumer income, confidence, spending, and savings which may affect consumer bankruptcies, defaults, charge-offs, deposit activity, and interest rates; financial, legal, regulatory, tax or accounting changes or actions, including the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act and the regulations promulgated thereunder; developments, changes or actions relating to any litigation matter involving the company; increases or decreases in interest rates; the success of the company's marketing efforts in attracting or retaining customers; changes in the credit environment; increases or decreases in the company's aggregate loan balances or the number of customers and the growth rate and composition thereof; the level of future repurchase or indemnification requests the company may receive, the actual future performance of mortgage loans relating to such requests, the success rates of claimants against the company, any developments in litigation and the actual recoveries the company may make on any collateral relating to claims against it; changes in the reputation of or expectations regarding the financial services industry or the company with respect to practices, products, or financial condition; any significant disruption in the company's operations or technology platform; the company's ability to execute on its strategic and operational plans; changes in the labor and employment market; competition from providers of products and services that compete with the company's businesses; the possibility that regulatory and other approvals and conditions to the ING Direct acquisition are not received or satisfied on a timely basis or at all; the possibility that modifications to the terms of the ING Direct acquisition may be required in order to obtain or satisfy such approvals or conditions; changes in the anticipated timing for closing the ING Direct acquisition; difficulties and delays in integrating the company's and ING Direct's businesses or fully realizing projected cost savings and other projected benefits of the ING Direct acquisition; business disruption during the pendency of or following the ING Direct acquisition; the inability to sustain revenue and earnings growth; changes in interest rates and capital markets; diversion of management time on issues related to the ING Direct acquisition; and changes in asset quality and credit risk as a result of the ING Direct acquisition. A discussion of these and other factors can be found in the company's annual report and other reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including, but not limited to, the company's report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2010.

About Capital One

Capital One Financial Corporation (http://www.capitalone.com/) is a financial holding company whose subsidiaries, which include Capital One, N.A. and Capital One Bank (USA), N. A., had $126.1 billion in deposits and $199.8 billion in total assets outstanding as of June 30, 2011. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, Capital One offers a broad spectrum of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients. Capital One, N.A. has approximately 1,000 branch locations primarily in New York, New Jersey, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. A Fortune 500 company, Capital One trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "COF" and is included in the S&P 100 index.





Exhibit 99.2

Capital One Financial Corporation

Financial Supplement

Second Quarter 2011

Table of Contents










Page

Capital One Financial Consolidated



Table 1:


Financial & Statistical Summary -- Consolidated

1


Table 2:


Notes to Consolidated Financial & Statistical Summary (Table 1)

2


Table 3:


Consolidated Statements of Income

3


Table 4:


Consolidated Balance Sheets

4


Table 5:


Average Balances, Net Interest Income and Net Interest Margin

5


Table 6:


Loan Information and Performance Statistics

6


Table 7:


Notes to Loan Information and Performance Statistics (Table 6)

7


Table 8:


Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures

8

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 1: Financial & Statistical Summary--Consolidated











2011


2011


2010


(Dollars in millions, except per share data and as noted) (unaudited)


Q2


Q1


Q2


Earnings








Net interest income


$ 3,136


$ 3,140


$ 3,097


Non-interest income (1)(2)


857


942


807


Total revenue


$ 3,993


$ 4,082


$ 3,904


Provision for loan and lease losses


343


534


723


Marketing expenses


329


276


219


Operating expenses (3)


1,926


1,886


1,781


Income from continuing operations before income taxes


$ 1,395


$ 1,386


$ 1,181


Income tax provision


450


354


369


Income from continuing operations, net of tax


945


1,032


812


Loss from discontinued operations, net of tax (2)


(34)


(16)


(204)


Net income


$ 911


$ 1,016


$ 608










Common Share Statistics








Basic EPS:








Income from continuing operations, net of tax


$ 2.07


$ 2.27


$ 1.79


Loss from discontinued operations, net of tax


(0.07)


(0.03)


(0.45)


Net income per common share


$ 2.00


$ 2.24


$ 1.34


Diluted EPS:








Income from continuing operations, net of tax


$ 2.04


$ 2.24


$ 1.78


Loss from discontinued operations, net of tax


(0.07)


(0.03)


(0.45)


Net income per common share


$ 1.97


$ 2.21


$ 1.33


Weighted average common shares outstanding (in millions):








Basic EPS


455.6


454.1


452.1


Diluted EPS


462.2


460.3


456.4


Common shares outstanding (period end)


455.8


455.2


452.3


Dividends per common share


$ 0.05


$ 0.05


$ 0.05


Tangible book value per common share (period end) (4)


32.33


29.70


24.89


Stock price per common share (period end)


51.67


51.96


40.30


Total market capitalization (period end)


23,551


23,652


18,228










Balance Sheet (Period End)








Loans held for investment (5)


$ 128,965


$ 124,092


$ 127,255


Interest-earning assets


174,302


172,849


170,547


Total assets


199,753


199,300


197,489


Tangible assets (6)


185,778


184,928


183,474


Interest-bearing deposits


109,278


109,097


103,172


Total deposits


126,117


125,446


117,331


Borrowings


37,735


39,797


48,018


Stockholders' equity


28,681


27,550


25,270


Tangible common equity (TCE) (7)


14,737


13,520


11,259










Balance Sheet (Quarterly Average Balances)








Average loans held for investment (5)


$ 127,916


$ 125,077


$ 128,335


Average interest-earning assets


174,143


173,540


174,782


Average total assets


199,229


198,075


199,357


Average interest-bearing deposits


109,251


108,633


104,163


Average total deposits


125,834


124,158


118,484


Average borrowings


39,451


40,538


50,404


Average stockholders' equity


28,255


27,009


24,526










Performance Metrics








Net interest income growth (quarter over quarter)


0

%

4

%

(4)

%

Non-interest income growth (quarter over quarter)


(9)


0


(24)


Revenue growth (quarter over quarter)


(2)


3


(9)


Revenue margin (8)


9.17


9.41


8.94


Net interest margin (9)


7.20


7.24


7.09


Risk-adjusted margin (10)


7.03


6.77


5.01


Return on average assets (11)


1.90


2.08


1.63


Return on average equity (12)


13.38


15.28


13.24


Return on average tangible common equity (13)


26.47


31.73


30.97


Non-interest expense as a % of average loans held for investment (14)


7.05


6.91


6.23


Efficiency ratio (15)


56.47


52.96


51.23


Effective income tax rate


32.3


25.5


31.2


Full-time equivalent employees (in thousands)


28.2


27.9


25.7










Credit Quality Metrics








Allowance for loan and lease losses


$ 4,488


$ 5,067


$ 6,799


Allowance as a % of loans held for investment


3.48

%

4.08

%

5.34

%

Net charge-offs


$ 931


$ 1,145


$ 1,717


Net charge-off rate (16) (17)


2.91

%

3.66

%

5.35

%

30+ day performing delinquency rate


2.90


3.07


3.81










Capital Ratios








Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio (18)


11.6

%

10.9

%

9.9

%

Tier 1 common equity ratio (19)


9.2


8.4


7.0


Total risk-based capital ratio (20)


14.8


14.2


17.0


Tangible common equity (TCE) ratio (21)


7.9


7.3


6.1


CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 2: Notes to Consolidated Financial & Statistical Summary (Table 1)



(1)

Includes the impact from the change in fair value of retained interests, including interest-only strips, which totaled $16 million in Q2 2011, $7 million in Q1 2011 and $17 million in Q2 2010.



(2)

The mortgage representation and warranty reserve increased to $869 million as of June 30, 2011, from $846 million as of March 31, 2011. We recorded a provision for repurchase losses of $37 millionin Q2 2011, $44 million in Q1 2011 and $404 million in Q2 2010. The majority of the provision for repurchase losses is included in discontinued operations, with the remaining portion included in non-interest income.



(3)

Includes core deposit intangible amortization expense of $44 million in Q2 2011, $45 million in Q1 2011 and $50 million in Q2 2010 and integration costs of $0 in Q2 2011, $2 million in Q1 2011 and $22 million in Q2 2010.



(4)

Tangible book value per common share is a non-GAAP measure calculated based on tangible common equity divided by common shares outstanding. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this measure.



(5)

Reflects the impact of the April 1, 2011 acquisition of the existing private-label credit card loan portfolio of Kohl's Department Stores ("Kohl's"), which had an outstanding principal and interest balance of approximately $3.7 billion at acquisition.



(6)

Tangible assets is a non-GAAP measure consisting of total assets less assets from discontinued operations and intangible assets. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this measure.



(7)

Tangible common equity is a non-GAAP measure consisting of total stockholders' equity less intangible assets. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this measure.



(8)

Calculated based on annualized total revenue for the period divided by average interest-earning assets for the period.



(9)

Calculated based on annualized net interest income for the period divided by average interest-earning assets for the period.



(10)

Calculated based on annualized total revenue less net charge-offs for the period divided by average interest-earning assets for the period.



(11)

Calculated based on annualized income from continuing operations, net of tax, for the period divided by average total assets for the period.



(12)

Calculated based on annualized income from continuing operations, net of tax, for the period divided by average stockholders' equity for the period.



(13)

Calculated based on annualized income from continuing operations, net of tax, for the period divided by average tangible common equity for the period.



(14)

Calculated based on annualized non-interest expense for the period divided by average loans held for investment for the period.



(15)

Calculated based on non-interest expense for the period divided by total revenue for the period.



(16)

In accordance with our loss share agreement with Kohl's, charge-offs for the portfolio are reported net of any reimbursement of credit losses from Kohl's, which has the impact of lowering the overall charge-off rate.



(17)

Calculated based on annualized net charge-offs for the period divided by average loans held for investment for the period. Average loans held for investment include purchased credit impaired loans acquired as part of the Chevy Chase Bank acquisition.



(18)

Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio is a regulatory measure calculated based on Tier 1 capital divided by risk-weighted assets. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this ratio.



(19)

Tier 1 common equity ratio is a non-GAAP measure calculated based on Tier 1 common equity divided by risk-weighted assets. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this ratio and non-GAAP reconciliation.



(20)

Total risk-based capital ratio is a regulatory capital measure calculated based on total risk-based capital divided by risk-weighted assets. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this ratio.



(21)

Tangible common equity ratio ("TCE ratio") is a non-GAAP measure calculated based on tangible common equity divided by tangible assets. See "Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures" for the calculation of this ratio and non-GAAP reconciliation.

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 3: Consolidated Statements of Income































Three Months Ended


Six Months Ended






June 30,


March 31,


June 30,


June 30,


June 30,

(Dollars in millions, except per share data) (unaudited)


2011


2011


2010


2011


2010















Interest income:











Loans held for investment, including past-due fees


$ 3,367


$ 3,417


$ 3,476


$ 6,784


$ 7,134

Investment securities


313


316


342


629


691

Other




19


19


17


38


40

Total interest income


3,699


3,752


3,835


7,451


7,865















Interest expense:











Deposits



307


322


368


629


767

Securitized debt obligations


113


140


212


253


454

Senior and subordinated notes


63


64


72


127


140

Other borrowings


80


86


86


166


179

Total interest expense


563


612


738


1,175


1,540















Net interest income


3,136


3,140


3,097


6,276


6,325

Provision for loan and lease losses


343


534


723


877


2,201

Net interest income after provision for loan and lease losses


2,793


2,606


2,374


5,399


4,124















Non-interest income:











Servicing and securitizations


12


11


21


23


(15)

Service charges and other customer-related fees


460


525


496


985


1,081

Interchange



331


320


333


651


644

Net other-than-temporary impairment losses recognized in earnings


(6)


(3)


(26)


(9)


(57)

Other




60


89


(17)


149


215

Total non-interest income


857


942


807


1,799


1,868















Non-interest expense:











Salaries and associate benefits


715


741


650


1,456


1,296

Marketing



329


276


219


605


399

Communications and data processing


162


164


164


326


333

Supplies and equipment


124


135


129


259


253

Occupancy



118


119


117


237


237

Other




807


727


721


1,534


1,329

Total non-interest expense


2,255


2,162


2,000


4,417


3,847

Income from continuing operations before income taxes


1,395


1,386


1,181


2,781


2,145

Income tax provision


450


354


369


804


613

Income from continuing operations, net of tax


945


1,032


812


1,977


1,532

Loss from discontinued operations, net of tax


(34)


(16)


(204)


(50)


(288)

Net income



$ 911


$ 1,016


$ 608


$ 1,927


$ 1,244















Basic earnings per common share:











Income from continuing operations


$ 2.07


$ 2.27


$ 1.79


$ 4.35


$ 3.38

Loss from discontinued operations


(0.07)


(0.03)


(0.45)


(0.11)


(0.63)

Net income per common share


$ 2.00


$ 2.24


$ 1.34


$ 4.24


$ 2.75















Diluted earnings per common share:











Income from continuing operations


$ 2.04


$ 2.24


$ 1.78


$ 4.29


$ 3.36

Loss from discontinued operations


(0.07)


(0.03)


(0.45)


(0.11)


(0.63)

Net income per common share


$ 1.97


$ 2.21


$ 1.33


$ 4.18


$ 2.73















Weighted average common shares outstanding (in millions):











Basic EPS



455.6


454.1


452.1


454.9


451.6

Diluted EPS


462.2


460.3


456.4


461.3


455.9















Dividends per common share


$ 0.05


$ 0.05


$ 0.05


$ 0.10


$ 0.10

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 4: Consolidated Balance Sheets




















June 30,


December 31,


June 30,

(Dollars in millions)(unaudited)


2011


2010


2010









Assets:







Cash and due from banks


$ 1,954


$ 2,067


$ 2,668

Interest-bearing deposits with banks


4,037


2,776


2,147

Federal funds sold and repurchase agreements


652


406


384


Cash and cash equivalents


6,643


5,249


5,199

Restricted cash for securitization investors


1,328


1,602


3,446

Securities available for sale, at fair value


39,474


41,537


39,424

Loans held for investment:








Unsecuritized loans held for investment, at amortized cost


81,585


71,921


71,491


Restricted loans for securitization investors


47,380


54,026


55,649


Total loans held for investment


128,965


125,947


127,140


Less: Allowance for loan and lease losses


(4,488)


(5,628)


(6,799)


Net loans held for investment


124,477


120,319


120,341

Loans held for sale, at lower-of-cost-or-fair-value


80


228


249

Accounts receivable from securitizations


106


118


206

Premises and equipment, net


2,754


2,749


2,730

Interest receivable


1,027


1,070


1,077

Goodwill


13,596


13,591


13,588

Other


10,268


11,040


11,229


Total assets


$ 199,753


$ 197,503


$ 197,489

















Liabilities:







Interest payable


$ 469


$ 488


$ 543

Customer deposits:








Non-interest bearing deposits


16,839


15,048


14,159


Interest-bearing deposits


109,278


107,162


103,172


Total customer deposits


126,117


122,210


117,331

Securitized debt obligations


19,860


26,915


33,009

Other debt:








Federal funds purchased and securities loaned or sold under agreements to repurchase


2,575


1,517


728


Senior and subordinated notes


8,664


8,650


9,424


Other borrowings


6,636


4,714


4,857


Total other debt


17,875


14,881


15,009

Other liabilities


6,751


6,468


6,327


Total liabilities


171,072


170,962


172,219









Stockholders' equity:







Common stock


5


5


5

Paid-in capital, net


19,188


19,084


19,029

Retained earnings


12,287


10,406


8,969

Accumulated other comprehensive income


442


248


467

Less: Treasury stock, at cost


(3,241)


(3,202)


(3,200)


Total stockholders' equity


28,681


26,541


25,270


Total liabilities and stockholders' equity


$ 199,753


$ 197,503


$ 197,489

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 5: Average Balances, Net Interest Income and Net Interest Margin














































Quarter Ended 06/30/11


Quarter Ended 03/31/11


Quarter Ended 06/30/10



(Dollars in millions)(unaudited)

Average

Balance


Interest
Income/

Expense


Yield/

Rate


Average

Balance


Interest
Income/

Expense


Yield/

Rate


Average

Balance


Interest Income/

Expense


Yield/

Rate











Interest-earning assets:





















Loans held for investment


$ 127,916


$ 3,367


10.53

%

$ 125,077


$ 3,417


10.93

%

$ 128,335


$ 3,476


10.83

%


Investment securities


40,381


313


3.10


41,532


316


3.04


39,022


342


3.51



Other


5,846


19


1.30


6,931


19


1.10


7,425


17


0.92


Total interest-earning assets


$ 174,143


$ 3,699


8.50

%

$ 173,540


$ 3,752


8.65

%

$ 174,782


$ 3,835


8.78

%























Interest-bearing liabilities:





















Interest-bearing deposits






















NOW accounts


$ 13,186


$ 9


0.27

%

$ 13,648


$ 9


0.26

%

$ 11,601


$ 10


0.34

%



Money market deposit accounts


45,527


99


0.87


45,613


110


0.96


42,127


99


0.94




Savings accounts


29,329


60


0.82


26,801


55


0.82


21,017


44


0.84




Other consumer time deposits


14,330


91


2.54


15,344


99


2.58


20,744


150


2.89




Public fund CD's of $100,000 or more


110


1


3.64


149


1


2.68


240


1


1.67




CD's of $100,000 or more


5,867


46


3.14


6,097


47


3.08


7,601


63


3.32




Foreign time deposits


902


1


0.44


981


1


0.41


833


1


0.48



Total interest-bearing deposits


$ 109,251


$ 307


1.12

%

$ 108,633


$ 322


1.19

%

$ 104,163


$ 368


1.41

%


Securitized debt obligations


22,191


113


2.04


25,515


140


2.19


35,248


212


2.41



Senior and subordinated notes


8,093


63


3.11


8,090


64


3.16


8,760


72


3.29



Other borrowings


9,167


80


3.49


6,933


86


4.96


6,396


86


5.38


Total interest-bearing liabilities


$ 148,702


$ 563


1.51

%

$ 149,171


$ 612


1.64

%

$ 154,567


$ 738


1.91

%























Net interest income/spread




$ 3,136


6.99

%



$ 3,140


7.01

%



$ 3,097


6.87

%























Interest income to average interest-earning assets






8.50

%





8.65

%





8.78

%

Interest expense to average interest-earning assets






1.30






1.41






1.69


Net interest margin






7.20

%





7.24

%





7.09

%

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 6: Loan Information and Performance Statistics (1)



2011


2011


2010


(Dollars in millions)(unaudited)


Q2


Q1


Q2


Period-end loans held for investment








Credit card:








Domestic credit card (2)


$ 53,994


$ 50,570


$ 54,628


International credit card


8,711


8,735


7,269


Total credit card


62,705


59,305


61,897


Consumer banking:








Automobile


19,223


18,342


17,221


Home loan


11,323


11,741


13,322


Retail banking


4,046


4,223


4,770


Total consumer banking


34,592


34,306


35,313


Commercial banking:








Commercial and multifamily real estate


14,035


13,543


13,580


Middle market


11,404


10,758


10,203


Specialty lending


4,122


3,936


3,815


Total commercial lending


29,561


28,237


27,598


Small-ticket commercial real estate


1,642


1,780


1,977


Total commercial banking


31,203


30,017


29,575


Other loans (3)


465


464


470


Total


$ 128,965


$ 124,092


$ 127,255










Average loans held for investment








Credit card:








Domestic credit card (2)


$ 53,868


$ 51,889


$ 55,252


International credit card


8,823


8,697


7,427


Total credit card


62,691


60,586


62,679


Consumer banking:








Automobile


18,753


18,025


17,276


Home loan


11,534


11,960


13,573


Retail banking


4,154


4,251


4,811


Total consumer banking


34,441


34,236


35,660


Commercial banking:








Commercial and multifamily real estate


13,597


13,345


13,543


Middle market


10,979


10,666


10,276


Specialty lending


4,014


3,964


3,654


Total commercial lending


28,590


27,975


27,473


Small-ticket commercial real estate


1,726


1,818


2,060


Total commercial banking


30,316


29,793


29,533


Other loans (3)


468


462


463


Total


$ 127,916


$ 125,077


$ 128,335










Net charge-off rates








Credit card:








Domestic credit card (4)


4.74

%

6.20

%

9.49

%

International credit card


7.02


5.74


8.38


Total credit card


5.06

%

6.13

%

9.36

%

Consumer banking:








Automobile


1.11

%

1.98

%

2.09

%

Home loan


0.60


0.71


0.46


Retail banking


1.73


2.24


2.11


Total consumer banking


1.01

%

1.57

%

1.47

%

Commercial banking:








Commercial and multifamily real estate


0.39

%

0.56

%

1.17

%

Middle market


0.13


0.18


0.78


Specialty lending


0.47


0.30


0.87


Total commercial lending


0.30

%

0.38

%

0.98

%

Small-ticket commercial real estate


3.77


7.14


4.21


Total commercial banking


0.50

%

0.79

%

1.21

%

Other loans


10.59

%

19.91

%

27.95

%

Total


2.91

%

3.66

%

5.36

%









30+ day performing delinquency rates








Credit card:








Domestic credit card


3.33

%

3.59

%

4.79

%

International credit card


5.30


5.55


6.03


Total credit card


3.60

%

3.88

%

4.94

%

Consumer banking:








Automobile


6.09

%

5.79

%

7.25

%

Home loan


0.70


0.61


0.68


Retail banking


0.76


0.93


0.87


Total consumer banking


3.70

%

3.42

%

3.91

%









Nonperforming asset rates(5) (6)








Consumer banking:








Automobile


0.49

%

0.39

%

0.56

%

Home loan


4.40


4.34


3.78


Retail banking


2.45


2.44


2.25


Total consumer banking


2.00

%

2.00

%

2.00

%

Commercial banking:








Commercial and multifamily real estate


2.35

%

2.63

%

2.82

%

Middle market


1.19


1.14


1.20


Specialty lending


0.95


1.19


1.94


Total commercial lending


1.71

%

1.86

%

2.10

%

Small-ticket commercial real estate


0.75


3.39


3.57


Total commercial banking


1.66

%

1.95

%

2.20

%

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 7: Notes to Loan Information and Performance Statistics (Table 6)



(1)

Certain prior period amounts have been reclassified to conform to the current period presentation.



(2)

Reflects the impact of the April 1, 2011 acquisition of the existing private-label credit card loan portfolio of Kohl's Department Stores ("Kohl's"), which had an outstanding principal and interest balance of approximately $3.7 billion at acquisition.



(3)

Other loans held for investment includes unamortized premiums and discounts on loans acquired as part of the North Fork and Hibernia acquisitions.



(4)

In accordance with our loss share agreement with Kohl's, charge-offs for the portfolio are reported net of any reimbursement of credit losses from Kohl's, which has the impact of lowering the overall Domestic Card charge-off rate.



(5)

Nonperforming assets consist of nonperforming loans and real estate owned ("REO") and foreclosed assets. The nonperforming asset ratios are calculated based on nonperforming assets for each segment divided by the combined total of loans held for investment, REO and foreclosed assets for each respective segment.



(6)

As permitted by regulatory guidance, our policy is generally to exempt delinquent credit card loans from being classified as nonperforming. We continue to accrue finance charges and fees on credit card loans until the loan is charged off, typically when the account becomes 180 days past due. Billed finance charges and fees considered uncollectible are not recognized in income.

CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (COF)

Table 8: Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures and Calculation of Regulatory Capital Measures











In addition to disclosing required regulatory capital measures, we also report certain non-GAAP capital measures that management uses in assessing its capital adequacy. These non-GAAP measures include average tangible common equity, tangible common equity (TCE), TCE ratio, Tier 1 common equity and Tier 1 common equity ratio. The table below provides the details of the calculation of each of these measures. While these non-GAAP capital measures are widely used by investors, analysts and bank regulatory agencies to assess the capital position of financial services companies, they may not be comparable to similarly titled measures reported by other companies.














2011



2011


2010


(Dollars in millions)(unaudited)


Q2



Q1


Q4


Average Equity to Non-GAAP Average Tangible Common Equity









Average total stockholders' equity


$ 28,255



$ 27,009


$ 26,255


Less: Average intangible assets (1)


(13,973)



(14,001)


(14,008)


Average tangible common equity


$ 14,282



$ 13,008


$ 12,247












Stockholders' Equity to Non-GAAP Tangible Common Equity









Total stockholders' equity


$ 28,681



$ 27,550


$ 26,541


Less: Intangible assets (1)


(13,944)



(14,030)


(13,983)


Tangible common equity


$ 14,737



$ 13,520


$ 12,558












Total Assets to Tangible Assets









Total assets


$ 199,753



$ 199,300


$ 197,503


Less: Assets from discontinued operations


(31)



(342)


(362)


Total assets from continuing operations


199,722



198,958


197,141


Less: Intangible assets (1)


(13,944)



(14,030)


(13,983)


Tangible assets


$ 185,778



$ 184,928


$ 183,158












Non-GAAP TCE Ratio









Tangible common equity


$ 14,737



$ 13,520


$ 12,558


Tangible assets


185,778



184,928


183,158


TCE ratio(2)


7.9

%


7.3

%

6.9

%





















Non-GAAP Tier 1 Common Equity and Regulatory Capital Ratios









Total stockholders' equity


$ 28,681



$ 27,550


$ 26,541


Less: Net unrealized (gains) losses on AFS securities recorded in AOCI (3)


(482)



(314)


(368)



Net (gains) losses on cash flow hedges recorded in AOCI(3)


71



95


86



Disallowed goodwill and other intangible assets


(13,954)



(13,993)


(13,953)



Disallowed deferred tax assets


(648)



(1,377)


(1,150)



Other


(2)



(2)


(2)


Tier 1 common equity


$ 13,666



$ 11,959


$ 11,154


Plus: Tier 1 restricted core capital items(4)


3,636



3,636


3,636


Tier 1 capital


$ 17,302



$ 15,595


$ 14,790


Plus: Long-term debt qualifying as Tier 2 capital


2,727



2,827


2,827



Qualifying allowance for loan and lease losses


1,873



1,825


3,748



Other Tier 2 components


28



20


29


Tier 2 capital


$ 4,628



$ 4,672


$ 6,604


Total risk-based capital(5)


$ 21,930



$ 20,267


$ 21,394












Risk-weighted assets(6)


$ 148,619



$ 142,495


$ 127,043












Tier 1 common equity ratio (7)


9.2

%

(10)

8.4

%

8.8

%

Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio (8)


11.6


(10)

10.9


11.6


Total risk-based capital ratio (9)


14.8


(10)

14.2


16.8


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(1) Includes impact from related deferred taxes.

(2) Calculated based on tangible common equity divided by tangible assets.

(3) Amounts presented are net of tax.

(4) Consists primarily of trust preferred securities.

(5) Total risk-based capital equals the sum of Tier 1 capital and Tier 2 capital.

(6) Calculated based on prescribed regulatory guidelines.

(7) Tier 1 common equity ratio is a non-GAAP measure calculated based on Tier 1 common equity divided by risk-weighted assets.

(8) Tier 1 risk-based capital ratio is a regulatory capital measure calculated based on Tier 1 capital divided by risk-weighted assets.

(9) Total risk-based capital ratio is a regulatory capital measure calculated based on total risk-based capital divided by risk-weighted assets.

(10) Capital ratios as of the end of Q2 2011 are preliminary and therefore subject to change once the calculations have been finalized.

SOURCE Capital One Financial Corporation