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Sandy Spring Bancorp
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Income Statement (SASR)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
gross Profit$184.38M$182.17M$102.47M$107.64M$113.25M
NET Income$20.37M$26.10M$20.74M$24.74M$51.25M
total Revenue$184.38M$182.17M$102.47M$107.64M$113.25M

Balance Sheet (SASR)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt$579.58M$750.18M$203.31M$540.61M$624.87M
stockholders Equity$1.58B$1.58B$1.53B$1.53B$1.53B
total Assets$13.88B$14.02B$14.13B$13.99B$14.12B
total Debt$989.73M$1.29B$920.65M$970.50M$1.12B
total Liabilities$12.29B$12.44B$12.59B$12.45B$12.59B

Cash Flow (SASR)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow-$137.55M-$160.70M$119.70M-$160.50M$238.41M
free Cash Flow$6.28M$26.59M$50.27M$19.36M$27.58M
investing Cash Flow---$72.04M$33.64M
operating Cash Flow$12.00M$30.66M$52.85M$22.86M$31.42M

Sandy Spring Bancorp (SASR) Financials

Sandy Spring Bancorp Inc (SASR) is a financial holding company that provides a range of banking and related products and services. The company operates through its subsidiary, Sandy Spring Bank, which offers a variety of financial solutions to individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations. SASR's income statement provides a snapshot of its financial performance over a specific period. It includes the company's revenue, expenses, and net income. By examining the income statement, investors can evaluate SASR's profitability and analyze its ability to generate revenues and manage costs.
One important measure of profitability is earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT). EBIT represents SASR's operating income before deducting interest and taxes. It provides insight into the company's profitability from its core operations, excluding the impact of interest and taxes. EBITDA, or earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, is another useful measure, as it gives a clearer picture of the company's operating performance by excluding non-cash expenses like depreciation and amortization.
Gross profit is a key indicator of SASR's financial health. It represents the revenue generated by the company minus the cost of goods sold. By calculating gross profit margin, investors can assess the company's ability to generate profits from its core business operations. Net income from stockholders is the company's bottom line, representing the profit or loss available to common stockholders. It takes into account all revenue, expenses, taxes, interest, and other costs. Investors closely monitor net income as it reflects the company's overall financial performance.
Total revenue is the sum of all income generated by SASR, including interest income, fees, and other revenue sources. It provides a comprehensive view of the company's financial performance and growth potential. The balance sheet is a snapshot of the company's assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity at a specific point in time. It provides insight into SASR's financial position and helps investors assess its stability and solvency. Cash equivalents are highly liquid assets that can be readily converted into cash. They include short-term investments and marketable securities.
Net debt is calculated by subtracting cash and cash equivalents from total debt. It represents the company's overall debt burden, excluding its cash holdings. Stockholders' equity is the residual interest in the assets of SASR after deducting liabilities. It represents the capital contributed by stockholders and includes retained earnings and additional paid-in capital. Total assets are the company's resources, including cash, investments, loans, and other assets. Total debt is the sum of all short-term and long-term liabilities, including loans, bonds, and other forms of debt.
Total liabilities represent the company's obligations, including debts, accounts payable, and other liabilities. Cash flow refers to the movement of money into or out of SASR. It includes cash inflows from operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities. Financing cash flow relates to the capital contributed by investors and any cash outflows related to borrowing or repayment of debt. Free cash flow is the amount of cash generated by the company's operations that is available for distribution to investors. It is calculated by subtracting capital expenditures from operating cash flow.
Investing cash flow reflects the company's cash flows related to its investments in property, equipment, and other long-term assets. It provides insight into SASR's capital expenditures and investment activities. Operating cash flow represents the cash generated from the company's core operations. It is a key measure of SASR's operational cash flow and its ability to fund operating activities without relying on external financing.
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