SunTrust Banks was founded in 1891 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

SunTrust Banks has an office in Atlanta

Atlanta, US (HQ)

303 Peachtree Center Ave NE

SunTrust Banks's revenue was reported to be $2.4 b in Q1, 2017

USD

## Revenue (Q1, 2017) | 2.4 b |

## Gross profit (Q1, 2017) | 2.2 b |

## Gross profit margin (Q1, 2017), % | 93% |

## Market capitalization (18-Aug-2017) | 27.4 b |

## Cash (31-Mar-2017) | 8.3 b |

SunTrust Banks's current market capitalization is $27.4 b.

USD | FY, 2011^{} | FY, 2012^{} | FY, 2013^{} | FY, 2014^{} | FY, 2015^{} | FY, 2016^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

## Revenue | 5.4 b | 8.7 b | 8.5 b | 9.2 b | ||

## Revenue growth, % | 62% | (2%) | 7% | |||

## Cost of goods sold | 544 m | 501 m | 557 m | |||

## Gross profit | 8.2 b | 8 b | 8.6 b | |||

## Gross profit Margin, % | 94% | 94% | 94% | |||

## EBIT | 1.6 b | |||||

## EBIT margin, % | 30% | |||||

## Net Income | 1.4 b | 1.8 b | 1.9 b | 1.9 b |

USD | Q2, 2015^{} | Q3, 2015^{} | Q1, 2016^{} | Q2, 2016^{} | Q3, 2016^{} | Q1, 2017^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

## Revenue | 2.2 b | 2.1 b | 2.2 b | 2.3 b | 2.3 b | 2.4 b |

## Cost of goods sold | 130 m | 122 m | 129 m | 136 m | 143 m | 162 m |

## Gross profit | 2 b | 2 b | 2.1 b | 2.2 b | 2.2 b | 2.2 b |

## Gross profit Margin, % | 94% | 94% | 94% | 94% | 94% | 93% |

USD | FY, 2014^{} | FY, 2015^{} | FY, 2016^{} |
---|---|---|---|

## Cash | 8.2 b | 5.6 b | 6.4 b |

## Accounts Receivable | 21 k | ||

## PP&E | 1.5 b | 1.5 b | 1.6 b |

## Goodwill | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b |

## Total Assets | 190.3 b | 190.8 b | 204.9 b |

## Accounts Payable | 31 k | ||

## Total Debt | 13 b | 8.5 b | 11.7 b |

## Total Liabilities | 181.3 b | ||

## Additional Paid-in Capital | 9.1 b | 9.1 b | 9 b |

## Retained Earnings | 13.3 b | 14.7 b | 16 b |

## Total Equity | 23 b | 23.4 b | 23.6 b |

## Debt to Equity Ratio | 0.6 x | 0.4 x | 0.5 x |

## Debt to Assets Ratio | 0.1 x | 0 x | 0.1 x |

## Financial Leverage | 8.3 x | 8.1 x | 8.7 x |

USD | Q2, 2014^{} | Q3, 2014^{} | Q1, 2015^{} | Q2, 2015^{} | Q3, 2015^{} | Q1, 2016^{} | Q2, 2016^{} | Q3, 2016^{} | Q1, 2017^{} |
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## Cash | 6.9 b | 8.3 b | 7.7 b | 7.3 b | 4.9 b | 4.3 b | 5.3 b | 9.7 b | 8.3 b |

## PP&E | 1.5 b | 1.5 b | 1.5 b | 1.4 b | 1.4 b | 1.5 b | 1.5 b | 1.5 b | 1.5 b |

## Goodwill | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b | 6.3 b |

## Total Assets | 183 b | 187 b | 190 b | 189 b | 187 b | 194 b | 199 b | 205 b | 206 b |

## Accounts Payable | 133 b | 137 b | 144 b | 145 b | 146 b | 152 b | 153 b | 159 b | 163 b |

## Additional Paid-in Capital | 9.1 b | 9.1 b | 9.1 b | 9.1 b | 9.1 b | 9 b | 9 b | 9 b | 9 b |

## Retained Earnings | 12.6 b | 13 b | 13.6 b | 13.9 b | 14.3 b | 15 b | 15.4 b | 15.7 b | 16.3 b |

## Total Equity | 22.1 b | 22.3 b | 23.3 b | 23.2 b | 23.7 b | 24.1 b | 24.5 b | 24.4 b | 23.5 b |

## Financial Leverage | 8.3 x | 8.4 x | 8.2 x | 8.1 x | 7.9 x | 8.1 x | 8.1 x | 8.4 x | 8.8 x |

USD | FY, 2013^{} | FY, 2014^{} | FY, 2015^{} | FY, 2016^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|

## Net Income | 1.8 b | 1.9 b | 1.9 b | |

## Cash From Operating Activities | (3 b) | (1.2 b) | 3.5 b | |

## Purchases of PP&E | (11 b) | (9.9 b) | (8.6 b) | |

## Capital Expenditures | (147 m) | (186 m) | (283 m) | |

## Cash From Investing Activities | (9.3 b) | (5.3 b) | ||

## Long-term Borrowings | (53 m) | (5.7 b) | (3.2 b) | |

## Cash From Financing Activities | 13.4 b | (810 m) | ||

## Interest Paid | 534 m | 523 m | 559 m | |

## Income Taxes Paid | 380 m | 497 m | 813 m | |

## Free Cash Flow | (1 b) | 3.7 b |

USD | Q2, 2014^{} | Q3, 2014^{} | Q1, 2015^{} | Q2, 2015^{} | Q3, 2015^{} | Q1, 2016^{} | Q2, 2016^{} | Q3, 2016^{} | Q1, 2017^{} |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

## Cash From Operating Activities | 1.1 b | 563 m | (210 m) | 762 m | 2 b | (251 m) | (21 m) | ||

## Purchases of PP&E | (2.9 b) | (7 b) | (1.3 b) | (5.3 b) | (7.9 b) | (1 b) | (3.4 b) | (5.3 b) | (1.5 b) |

## Capital Expenditures | (60 m) | (96 m) | (33 m) | (36 m) | (74 m) | (24 m) | (66 m) | (188 m) | (43 m) |

## Cash From Investing Activities | (5.8 b) | (7.8 b) | 689 m | 309 m | (619 m) | (3.5 b) | (6.7 b) | ||

## Long-term Borrowings | (39 m) | (67 m) | (14 m) | (4 b) | (5.7 b) | (1 b) | (1 b) | (1.4 b) | (2.6 b) |

## Cash From Financing Activities | 6.3 b | 10.3 b | (970 m) | (2 b) | (4.7 b) | 2.4 b | 6.3 b | ||

## Free Cash Flow | 1.1 b | 467 m | (243 m) | 726 m | 1.9 b | (275 m) | (87 m) |

USD | Y, 2017 |
---|---|

## Revenue/Employee | 98.8 k |

## Financial Leverage | 8.8 x |

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