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How a share buy-back will boost your EPS and meet your shareholders’ expectations. John te Wechel Head of Group Funding Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Disclaimer.

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how a share buy back will boost your eps and meet your shareholders expectations

How a share buy-back will boost your EPS and meet your shareholders’ expectations

John te Wechel

Head of Group Funding

Commonwealth Bank of Australia

disclaimer
Disclaimer

The material that follows is a presentation of general background information about the Bank’s activities current at the date of the presentation, 24 July 2001. It is information given in summary form and does not purport to be complete. It is not intended to be relied upon as advice to investors or potential investors and does not take into account the investment objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular investor. These should be considered, with or without professional advice when deciding if an investment is appropriate.

speaker s notes
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agenda
AGENDA
  • How much capital?
  • Capital Structure
  • Cost of capital
  • Adding Value for Shareholders
how much capital
How much capital?
  • Shareholder expectations
  • Regulators
  • Credit rating agencies
  • The market
  • Economic Equity
shareholder expectations
Shareholder expectations
  • CBA share register
  • Retail versus institutional investors
  • CBA dividend policy
slide7

Beneficial Shareholders by Domicile*

* % of total shares on issue as at May 2001

retail versus institutional investors
Retail

Place high value on franking credits

Prefer a high pay-out ratio

Personal investors highest tax rate on revenue income close to 50%

Change in capital gains tax rates may not yet be fully understood

Wholesale

More likely to balance value of franking credits against other forms of return

Payout ratio only one amongst many factors

Super funds pay 15% tax rate

Overseas investors incur witholding tax on unfranked dividends (may prefer capital growth to unfranked dividends)

Retail versus Institutional investors
regulatory capital
Regulatory Capital
  • Tier 1 capital
  • Total regulatory capital
  • Capital treatment of investment in life insurance and funds management businesses
  • New Basle Accord
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Tier 1 Capital

30 Jun 00 31 Dec 00

Tier One Capital

Total Shareholders’ Equity 18,435 19,461

Eligible Loan Capital 418 423

Total Shareholders’ Equity and Loan Capital 18,853 19,884

Less Goodwill (5,905) (6,007)

Less Preference shares (86) (39)

Less Intangible component

of investment in

non-consolidated subsidiaries (2,656) (3,449)

Less Outside equity interests

in entities controlled

by non-consolidated subsidiaries (588)(1,475)

Total Tier One Capital 9,618 8,914

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Total Regulatory Capital

30 Jun 00 31 Dec 00

Total Tier One Capital 9,618 8,914

Total Tier Two Capital 6,097 5,802

Tier One and Tier Two Capital 15,715 14,716

Deductions (3,197) (2,278)

Total Regulatory Capital12,518 12,438

Risk Weighted Capital Ratios (%)

Tier one 7.49 6.71

Tier two 4.75 4.37

Less Deductions (2.49)(1.71)

Total 9.75 9.37

regulatory capital treatment of investment in life insurance and funds management businesses
Regulatory capital treatment of investment in life insurance and funds management businesses
  • Net assets deducted from total regulatory capital
  • Excess over net assets deducted from Tier 1 capital
  • Four components of investment:
    • Net assets
    • Value of acquired business-in-force
    • Value of self-generated business-in-force
    • Value of future new business
new basel accord
New Basel Accord
  • Comes into effect 2005
  • Operational risk specifically identified
  • Credit risk moved to “realistic” basis
  • Deduction for life insurance and funds management businesses changed (again!)
credit rating agencies
Credit Rating Agencies
  • Desire for AA credit rating
  • Not purely ratios
  • The ability to generate capital
the market
Capital Adequacy Ratios (%) (1)The Market

(1) Source - 2000/01 Half Year Results

economic equity
Economic equity
  • Management assessment of risks
  • Credit risk
  • Market risk
  • Operational risk
cost of capital
Cost of capital
  • CAPM used to determine cost of equity
  • Share capital now includes Commonwealth Bank PERLS
  • Subordinated debt not used in cost of capital calculation
adding value for shareholders
Adding value for shareholders

Share buy-backs since listing

(1) Buy-back from the Commonwealth Government

(2) Off Market buy-backs

(3) On Market buy-back

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Adding value for shareholders

CBA Share Price and Buy-Backs

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summary
Summary
  • Shareholders expectations vary according to the taxation treatment of the returns they receive
  • Regulators have a say in the amount of capital required
  • We must not compromise our credit ratings
  • The ability to generate capital is key
  • Active capital management enhances shareholder value
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