OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR (OTCMKTS: OVCHY) is one of 63 publicly traded companies "Commercial banks that are not classified elsewhere" but how is it contradicted by its competitors? We compare OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR companies to related companies based on institutional ownership, profitability, analysts recommendations, earnings, valuation, dividends and risks.
This table compares OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR and its competitors' net margins, return on equity and return on assets.
Insiders and institutional ownership
0.0% OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR shares are held by institutional investors. Similarly, 25.1% of all commercial banks that are not classified are held by institutional investors. The company's insiders hold 11.9% of all "commercial banks that are not classified". Strong institutional ownership is a testament to the fact that large fund managers, funds and hedge funds believe that the company will surpass the market in the long term.
This is a summary of the recent recommendations for OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR and its competitors, as MarketBeat.com announced.
As a group, "commercial banks, non-resident" companies can rise to 48.85%. As OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR's competitors are more likely to emerge, analysts clearly believe that OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR has less favorable growth capabilities than competitors.
Risk and Volatility
OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR has a beta value of 0.72, indicating that its stock price is 28% less volatile than S & P 500. Comparatively OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR's competitors have beta 0.91, indicating that their the average stock price is 9% less volatile than the S & P 500.
OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR pays an annual premium of $ 0.51 per share, with a dividend of 3.1%. OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR pays 36.2 percent of its earnings as a dividend. As a group, "commercial banks, non-resident" companies pay a dividend of 3.1% and pay 36.2% of their earnings as a dividend. OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR is delaying its competitors as dividend support, given the lower dividend and the better profit ratio.
Result and appreciation
This table compares OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR and its rivals revenue, earnings per share and valuation of senior executives.
OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR's competitors have grown but lower revenues than OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR. OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR trading at a lower price-earning share than its competitors, indicating that it is currently cheaper than other industrial companies.
OVERSEA-CHINA / ADR COMPETITORS WIN OVER-CHINESE / ADR 10 as compared to 12 factors.
About OVERSEA-CHINESE / ADR
Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited offers financial services in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Greater China, Asia and the rest of the world. The Global Consumer / Private Banking segment provides a variety of products and services to individuals, including clearance of accounts and savings and fixed deposits; housing and other personal loans; plastic; asset management products consisting of unit funds, bancassurance products and structured deposits; and brokerage services. This segment also provides investment advisory and portfolio management, real estate and trust planning as well as asset structure services for individuals with high net worth. The global business / investment banking segment provides project finance, overdrafts, commercial finance and deposit accounts; fee-based services such as cash management and custody services; and Investment Banking Services, including Financial Solutions, Syndicated Loans and Counseling Services, Corporate Finance Services for Public Offering, Secondary Fundraising and Mergers and Mergers, and Financial Services for Customized and Structured Equity Derivatives. It serves businesses, the public sector and small and medium-sized businesses. The Global Treasury and Markets segment is involved in currency exchange, money market operations, fixed income investments and derivatives trading, as well as providing structured cash and financial solutions. Its OCBC Wing Audio segment provides commercial banking, consumer protection, stock trading and insurance services. The Company's Insurance segment provides fund management services and life-long and general insurance products. The other segment is involved in real estate and investment activities. From 7 May 2018, the company operated 590 branch offices and offices in 18 countries and regions. Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited was established in 1912 and headquartered in Singapore.