Bank of Ireland Balance Sheet - Annual (OTCMKTS:IREBY)

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The Bank of Ireland balance sheet is a snapshot of the company's financial health at a given point of time, whereas the other two financial statements are for a particular accounting period. As in our Bank of Ireland stock analysis, analyzing a company also involves looking at the company's assets and liabilities as given in its balance sheet, which can be used to measure financial performance. Good quarterly results indicate a company's strong financial performance. Its important to check all financial statements including the balance sheet. Bank of Ireland had a long term debt of $24.65B at the end of 2014. Bank of Ireland operating cash flow was $-519.75M while Bank of Ireland revenue stood at $8.19B. View latest and last 10 year balance sheet data to check Bank of Ireland financial performance..

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Fiscal year is Jan - Dec. 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009
Cash6.63B8.48B10.9B11.39B1.35B6.26B
Marketable Securities4.92B10.23B7.7B8.35M200.51M9.2B
Receivables115.61B118.58B131.35B149.55B161.89B184.16B
Inventory------
Raw Materials------
Work In Progress------
Finished Goods------
Notes Receivable------
Other Current Assets780.29M14.21B12.79B21.91B22.46B590.8M
Bank of Ireland Total Current Assets
127.95B151.5B162.73B182.86B185.89B200.21B
Property Plant & Equipment------
Accumulated Depreciation------
Bank of Ireland Net Property Plant & Equipment
430.69M427.71M1.8B2.14B2.23B2.47B
Investment & Advances37.85B17.54B14.27B14.29B20.68B-
Other Non-Current Assets----1.07B-
Deferred Charges2.18B2.28B2.13B1.92B1.5B1.28B
Intangibles545.01M496.78M477.14M547.37M600.21M748.83M
Deposits & Other Assets3.6B3.27B9.13B13.95B10.42B62.79B
Bank of Ireland Total Assets
172.54B175.52B190.53B215.72B222.39B267.49B
Notes Payable------
Accounts Payable104.61B114.34B124.03B142.12B141.45B151.71B
Current Portion Long-Term Debt------
Current Portion Capital Leases------
Accrued Expenses37.22M37.19M29.58M119.78M184.57M-
Income Taxes Payable------
Other Current Liabilities13.42B11.74B13.89B15.66B14.62B8.92B
Bank of Ireland Total Current Liabilities
118.07B126.11B137.95B157.9B156.25B160.63B
Mortgages------
Deferred Taxes/Income94.38M122.2M118.32M122.56M120.83M197.91M
Convertible Debt------
Long-Term Debt24.65B22.52B25.44B28.62B41.79B63.72B
Non-Current Capital Leases------
Other Long-Term Liabilities18.11B16.31B15.96B14.79B14.4B33.44B
Bank of Ireland Total Liabilities
160.92B165.07B179.46B201.44B212.55B257.99B
Minority Interest------
Preferred Stock------
Common Stock Net3.4B3.4B3.15B3.42B1.61B-
Capital Surplus1.51B1.51B1.56B7.14B5.21B7.08B
Retained Earnings5.58B5.04B5.93B4.88B4.97B2.49B
Treasury Stock------
Other Liabilities1.14B511.39M430.84M-1.16B-1.95B-54.64M
Bank of Ireland Shareholders Equity
11.63B10.45B11.07B14.28B9.84B9.51B
Bank of Ireland Total Liabilities & Shareholders Equity
172.54B175.52B190.53B215.72B222.39B267.49B
All figures in USD. M: Millions of USD, B: Billions of USD.
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Apart from balance sheet items, an investor would do well to keep track of the Bank of Ireland stock price by looking at Bank of Ireland historical stock prices. One can compare PE with industry average by looking at the Bank of Ireland PE ratio chart. The common balance sheet items are:
  • Assets: Anything that the Bank of Ireland company owns and is a part of its books. Assets can be of three types: fixed, current and other assets which includes intangibles, advances. Internet companies typically don't have a lot of assets as there is not much investment in say machinery, equipment etc. Bank of Ireland had total assets of $172.54B.
  • Liabilities: The total liabilities of Bank of Ireland for 2014 total to $160.92B. Liabilities for a company like Bank of Ireland include bank loans, services which have been availed for which a settlement in the form of cash/ asset transfer needs to be done in future etc. A firm takes on such obligations to grow its business which in turn will generate future economic benefits for its business.
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