Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) released its U.S. Bank Ratings Compendium, which provides the latest view of the U.S banking sector during the COVID-19 pandemic and analyzes Q1/20 results of U.S. banks with KBRA long-term ratings.

This issue of the compendium also includes COVID-19 vulnerable exposure categories and loan deferrals listed by bank. In addition, KBRA provided a supplement with more than 130 debt issues, along with rating, amount issued, coupon and maturity, among KBRA-rated banks. Other features include the top 10 lowest cost deposit franchises, highest reserves to loans and largest sequential changes in return on assets, net interest margin, net charge-offs and nonperforming asset ratios.

The compendium includes Q1/20 summaries on all publicly traded U.S. banks in KBRA’s rated universe, focusing on key performance and credit metrics, along with medians of key ratios.

KBRA is a full-service credit rating agency registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as an NRSRO.