These excerpts taken from the C 10-Q filed Nov 6, 2009.
Balances: September 30, 2009
Note: Based on balances of $138 billion. Balances include interest and fees. Excludes Canada, Puerto Rico, Installment and Classified portfolios. Excludes balances where FICO was unavailable ($0.9 billion for Citi-branded, $2.2 billion for retail partner cards). 90+DPD delinquency rate for balances where FICO was unavailable is 9.83% for Citi-branded and 9.38% for retail partner cards vs. overall rate of 2.63% for Citi-branded and 4.49% for retail partner cards.
In each of the two portfolios, Citi has been actively eliminating riskier accounts and sales to mitigate losses. First, the Company has removed high risk customers from the portfolio by either reducing available lines of credit or closing accounts. End-of-period open accounts are down 16% in branded cards and 13% in retail partner cards versus prior year levels. Second, the Company has improved the tools used to identify and manage exposure in each of the portfolios by targeting unique customer attributes. Loss mitigation programs that entail a reduction in customers' monthly payments obligation constitutes less than 5% of the overall managed portfolio as of September 30, 2009. These programs along with other loss mitigation activities have stabilized reported delinquencies and net credit losses and importantly, early indicators of re-default rates related to these programs are within expected norms.
The table below provides delinquency statistics for loans 90+DPD for both the Citi-branded and retail partner cards portfolios as of September 30, 2009. Given the economic environment, customers have migrated down from higher FICO score ranges, driven by their delinquencies with Citi and/or with other creditors. As these customers roll through the delinquency buckets, they materially damage their credit score and may ultimately go to charge-off. Loans with FICO scores less than 620, which constitute 16% of the Citi-branded portfolio, have a 90+DPD rate of 15.2%; in the retail partner cards portfolio, loans with FICO scores less than 620 constitute 25% of the portfolio and have a 90+DPD rate of 16.8%.
Balances: September 30, 2009
Note: Based on balances of $56 billion for Installment and $0.9 billion for Other Revolving. Excludes Canada and Puerto Rico. Excludes balances where FICO was unavailable ($2.3 billion for Installment, $0.1 billion for Other Revolving). 90+ DPD delinquency rate for balances where FICO was unavailable is 3.55% for Installment and 6.34% for Other Revolving vs. overall rate of 2.84% for Installment and 3.12% for Other Revolving.
The table below provides delinquency statistics for loans 90+DPD for both the Installment and Other Revolving portfolios. On a refreshed basis, loans with FICO scores of less than 620 exhibit significantly higher delinquencies than in any other FICO band and will drive the majority of the losses.