TCF Financial's third-quarter 2014 earnings missed the Zacks
Consensus Estimate. However, it came above the prior-year quarter
figure. Higher expenses dragged the results while organic growth
was reflected aided by increased revenues and higher loans and
deposits balances. The company is better positioned in the market
given its positive approach to market conditions and consistent
top-line growth. Moreover, the company's strong capital deployment
activities triggered by a healthy capital position reflect its
robust footing. Also, continuous development in the consumer and
commercial loan portfolio has led to enhanced performance of the
company in spite of the sluggish economic recovery. However,
persistent regulatory pressure and continuous rise in expenses
continue to weigh on the financials.
TCF Financial Corporation is a Wayzata, MN-based national
financial holding company with $19.02 billion in assets as of Sep
30, 2014. The company has 382 branches in Minnesota, Illinois,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado, Indiana, Arizona and South Dakota,
providing retail and commercial banking services. TCB Bank remains
open 7 days a week, offering convenient deposit products, lending
and business banking services in more than 400 traditional grocery
stores and campus locations.
TCF Financial operates as a holding company for TCF National
Bank and TCF National Bank Arizona that offer various retail and
commercial banking services in the United States and Canada. TCF
Financial's core businesses include Lending and Funding. Lending
includes retail lending, commercial banking, leasing and equipment
finance, inventory finance and auto finance. Funding includes
branch banking and treasury services.
TCF Financial has a joint venture with The Toro Company called
Red Iron Acceptance, LLC. TCF Financial and Toro maintain ownership
interests of 55% and 45%, respectively, in Red Iron. As TCF
Financial has a controlling financial interest in Red Iron, its
financial results are consolidated in TCF's financial statements.
Moreover, Toro's interest is reported as a non-controlling interest
within equity and qualifies as Tier 1 regulatory capital.
In Nov 2011, TCF National Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of TCF
Financial acquired Gateway One Lending & Finance, LLC, a
privately-held lending company that indirectly originates loans on
new and used autos to consumers through established dealer
relationships. Therefore, TCF Financial entered into the auto
finance business with this acquisition, further diversifying its
lending business in addition to providing growth opportunities
within the U.S. auto lending marketplace.
TCF Financial's reportable segments comprised Lending, Funding
and Support Services. In 2012, TCF Financial changed the managerial
structure and therefore its segments. Prior periods' segment
information has been restated to reflect the current structure.
Lending includes retail lending, commercial banking and the
national lending businesses.
Funding includes branch banking and treasury services. Treasury
services include the company's investment and borrowing portfolios
and management of capital, debt and market risks, including
interest rate and liquidity risks.
Support Services includes holding company and corporate
functions that provide data processing, bank operations and other
professional services to the operating segments.
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