Capitalcube gives United Community Financial Corp. a score of 64.
Our analysis is based on comparing United Community Financial Corp. with the following peers – Wayne Savings Bancshares, Inc., First Defiance Financial Corp., FFD Financial Corporation, New York Community Bancorp, Inc., Wolverine Bancorp, Inc., ASB Financial Corp, TFS Financial Corporation and Central Federal Corporation (WAYN-US, FDEF-US, FFDF-US, NYCB-US, WBKC-US, ASBN-US, TFSL-US and CFBK-US).
United Community Financial Corp. has a fundamental score of 64 and has a relative valuation of OVERVALUED.
- It currently trades at a Price/Book ratio of (1.57).
- The market expects UCFC-US to grow faster than its peers and for the company to improve its current ROE.
- UCFC-US‘s relative capital efficiency and net profit margins are both around the median level.
- Change in the company’s annual revenues seems to be coming at the expense of earnings.
- UCFC-US‘s return on equity currently and over the past five years is around the peer median and suggest that it does not have any particular operational advantages versus peers.
- While UCFC-US‘s revenues growth has been around the peer median in recent years, the market seems to see faster growth ahead and gives its shares a higher than peer median P/E ratio.
- The company’s level of equity capital investment seems appropriate to support the company’s growth.
Drivers of Margin
- UCFC-US‘s pre-tax margin suggests relatively high operating costs.
- The company’s net interest income (net interest income/total revenues) of 73.53% is around peer median suggesting that UCFC-US‘s lending operations does not benefit from any differentiating pricing advantage. In addition, UCFC-US‘s pre-tax margin is less than the peer median (27.10% compared to 34.02%) suggesting relatively high operating costs.
- The company’s comparatively healthy proportion of fee based income (i.e. non interest income/total revenues) of 26.47% versus peer median of 12.99% — suggests that UCFC-US‘s operating margins are likely to be less volatile. In addition, UCFC-US‘s proportion of overhead costs (i.e. non interest expense/total revenues) of 60.97x is around peer median — suggesting no cost advantage on fee-based overhead operations.
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United Community Financial Corp. operates as a financial holding company, which provides retail and business banking products and services. The company’s lending activity include conventional residential real estate loans secured by real estate located in home savings primary market area. It provides commercial real estate, commercial and industrial loans, and various types of consumer loans, including home equity loans, loans secured by savings accounts, motor vehicles, boats and recreational vehicles and unsecured loans. The company offers various deposit products, including regular passbook savings accounts, demand deposits, individual retirement accounts, checking accounts, money market accounts and certificates of deposit. United Community Financial was founded in February 1998 and is headquartered in Youngstown, OH.