QUOTE AND NEWS
Bankstocks.com  Aug 1  Comment 
New York Times: Online Lenders and Payment Companies Get a Way to Act More Like Banks Bloomberg: Northern Trust Looks to Join Burgeoning Crypto Custody Business…
Yahoo  Jul 31  Comment 
Northern Trust Corp., which provides investment management, asset and fund administration services, is looking to get into the embryonic business of safeguarding digital assets such as cryptocurrencies. The 129-year-old Chicago-based company has...
Motley Fool  Jul 19  Comment 
NTRS earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2018.
Benzinga  Jul 18  Comment 
These are trying times for high-yield corporate bond investors. The widely followed Markit iBoxx USD Liquid High Yield Index is modestly higher on a year-to-date basis, but a massive chunk of the shares outstanding in the largest junk bond...
Yahoo  Jul 18  Comment 
Northern Trust came out with adjusted earnings per share of $1.72, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.63.
Benzinga  Jul 17  Comment 
On Wednesday, Northern Trust (NASDAQ: NTRS) will release its latest earnings report. Check out Benzinga's report to understand the earnings report's implications. Earnings and Revenue Analysts covering Northern Trust modeled for quarterly EPS...
Banking Business Review  Jul 17  Comment 
Temenos, the banking software company, has signed a multi-year deal with global financial services company Northern Trust.




 

Northern Trust Corporation (NYSE: NTRS) is a financial holding company that provides investment management services, fund administration, and banking and fiduciary solutions.[1] Northern's largest segments are Corporate and Institutional Services and Personal Financial Services, but its other two segments are broken down into Northern Trust Global Investments and Operations and Technology.[2] Its primary operations are located in the United States, but it has 16 international locations in North America, Europe, the Asia Pacific region, and the Middle East. As a fee-based private bank, Northern's operations a significantly exposed to market fluctuations and the global economy.[3]



Business Growth

Northern's foreign offices have the potential of helping the Company win foreign business, increasing its asset-servicing revenues, and being a key contributor the Company's growth.[4] Northern has also grown its revenues from capturing more clients or client revenues. In late 2010, Northern acquired Waterline Partners, LLC.[5]

Trends and Forces

Fee-based business model is susceptible to economic swings and client retention

Northern's makes a majority on its income from trust, investment, and servicing fees.Because revenues are tied to the fees Northern reaps from assets under management, the Company's financial performance partially depends on fund inflows as well as client retention.[6] Both of those dependencies can fluctuate with sharp changes economic conditions or client sentiment. In addition, fees are also based on the market value of assets held in custody.[7]

By focusing primarily on wealth management and related services to affluent clients, Northern Trust has developed an excellent reputation in the private banking industry.[8] Northern's reputation has helped the Company retain its clients better despite economic downturns and competition.[9]


Northern aims to increase its presence abroad

A key business growth opportunity has been Northern's foreign-based operations.[10] The Company has grown its foreign operations through new hiring abroad in Europe and Asia. In China, Northern's branches were given a regulatory designated that has the potential of attracting more client.[11]

As the Company expands its operations abroad, it also faces increased risks.[12] With more foreign clients, Northern's operations have the potential of being more exposed to fluctuation in foreign exchange rates. In addition, Northern faces increased regulatory and political risks.[13]


Competition

The corporation maintains its competitive advantage by focusing on established institutions and affluent individuals. Northern Trust is one of a few bank holding companies in the United States to generate most of its revenue from fee-based services. [14]

Competitors

References

  1. Reuters: Northern Trust Company Profile, May 2011
  2. Reuters: Northern Trust Company Profile, May 2011
  3. Reuters: Northern Trust Company Profile, May 2011
  4. Northern Trust Profile, Waterline Partners Acquisition, December 2010
  5. Northern Trust Profile, Waterline Partners Acquisition, December 2010
  6. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  7. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  8. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  9. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  10. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  11. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  12. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  13. Northern Trust 2010 Annual Report
  14. NTRS 2007 10-K, Item 1: Business, page 4
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