Analysis of Barclays Financial Statement

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Analysis of Barclays financial statement

Analysis of Barclays financial statement

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Barclays’s at a Glance
Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in personal banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth and investment management with an extensive international presence in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. With over 300 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 50 countries and employs 140,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. Barclays universal banking model continues to be a competitive strength. Revenues remained resilient overall, reflecting the strength of their customer franchise and the balanced mix of their business. They have intensified their cost discipline while selectively investing in growth areas that support our execution priorities.

Total income | Credit impairment | Profit before tax| £32,292m | £5,879m| £3,802m |

Total income up 3% on 2010.
Adjusted income excluding own credit and debt buy-backs down 8% Credit impairment improved 33% on 2010 Profit before tax down 3%. Adjusted profit before tax down 2% and broadly balanced across the retail and investment banking businesses

Liquidity pool| Core Tier 1 ratio| Return on equity|
£152bn| 11.0%| 5.8%|
Liquidity pool remained strong,
in line with 2010
Core Tier 1 ratio strengthened from
10.8% at year-end 2010
Return on average shareholders’ equity down on prior year due to worse than predicted macro-economic conditions. Adjusted return on average shareholders’ equity 6.6%

Gross new lending to UK| Institutional funding| People supported| £45.0bn| $1 trillion| 2,000,000|

Gross new lending to UK household and businesses of £45.0bn and Project Merlin lending targets exceeded by 13%. Raised over $1trn of funding for institutions, including almost $400bn for governments and public sector entities Supported over 2 million people, primarily building their enterprise, employment and money management skills, including helping 3,500 people to find employment through a range of programs. Introduction

The report is about the analysis of Barclay’s KPI’s also known as Key performance indicators. These indicators measure the success of each of their four main execution priorities. These KPI’s are capital, growth, income and citizenship. Let us explain the the key performance indicators Citizenship

At Barclays, they have a clear sense of our business purpose: to help individuals, businesses and economies progress and grow. For them, the term Citizenship captures this purpose and direct how we use their resources and expertise to create long term value for all their stakeholders. Banks need to become better citizens. This is not about philanthropy – it’s about delivering real commercial benefits in a way that also creates value for society. In the first instance, Citizenship is about contributing to growth in the real economy, creating jobs and supporting sustainable growth. Second, it is about the way they do business: putting their customers’ interests at the heart of what we do, and managing our impact responsibly. Third, it is about supporting their communities through investment programs and the direct efforts of their employees. Barclay’s Approach

Throughout the year, they are engaged in a diverse set of stakeholders to...
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