As Reported Financial Statements

As Reported Financials

Source Document Currency Code (in thousands) 2015 Y 12/31/2017 USD 2016 Y 12/31/2018 USD 2017 Y 12/31/2018 USD 2018 Y 12/31/2018 USD
Source Document Currency Code 2015 Y 12/31/2017 USD 2016 Y 12/31/2018 USD 2017 Y 12/31/2018 USD 2018 Y 12/31/2018 USD

Cash flows from operating activities

Net income 15,966 17,279 25,292 24,980

Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities

Depreciation and amortization 1,684 1,823 2,964 3,146
Stock-based compensation 2,736 1,837 2,738 3,394
Excess tax (benefits) deficit from stock-based payment arrangements (333) 24 0 0
Change in fair value of equity securities NA NA NA 75
Provision for credit losses 9,995 12,414 18,394 19,522
Net deferred income taxes (382) (1,746) 1,598 5,821
Amortization of deferred initial direct costs and fees 7,530 8,694 11,375 13,361
Loss on equipment disposed 537 846 1,070 1,219
Gain on leases sold (76) (473) (2,876) (8,364)
Leases originated for sale (3,589) (1,226) (4,669) (17,436)
Proceeds from the sale of leases originated for sale 3,665 1,234 4,727 18,069
Effect of changes in other operating items
Other assets (3,598) (2,657) (19,026) 16,942
Other liabilities 1,001 (587) 11,284 3,652
Net cash provided by operating activities 35,136 37,462 52,871 84,381

Cash flows from investing activities

Net change in time deposits with banks (7,368) (2,237) 1,495 (1,549)
Purchases of equipment for direct financing lease contracts and funds used to originate loans (389,810) (515,237) (634,709) (722,745)
Principal collections on leases and loans 315,847 359,273 426,482 476,533
Proceeds from sale of leases originated for investment 0 17,371 64,895 129,290
Security deposits collected, net of refunds (392) (715) (448) (210)
Proceeds from the sale of equipment 3,368 3,533 3,415 3,120
Acquisitions of property and equipment (2,350) (1,019) (1,854) (1,836)
Acquisition of intangible assets 0 NA NA NA
Change in restricted interest-earning deposits with banks 495 NA NA NA
Business Combinations NA 0 (2,500) (10,000)
Principal payments received on (purchases of) securities available for sale (858) 504 (5,601) 465
Net cash used in investing activities (81,068) (138,527) (148,825) (126,932)

Cash flows from financing activities

Net change in deposits 37,821 109,417 111,958 (53,539)
Term securitization advances NA 0 0 201,650
Term securitization repayments NA 0 0 (50,417)
Issuances of common stock 234 259 356 401
Repurchases of common stock (11,320) (345) (4,501) (2,908)
Dividends paid (32,249) (6,907) (6,958) (6,936)
Exercise of stock options 586 77 488 23
Excess tax benefits (deficit) from stock-based payment arrangements 333 (24) 0 0
Debt issuance costs NA 0 0 (1,668)
Net cash provided by financing activities (4,595) 102,477 101,343 86,606
Net increase in total cash and cash equivalents (50,527) 1,412 5,389 44,055
Total cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash beginning of period 110,656 60,345 61,757 67,146
Total cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash end of period 60,129 61,757 67,146 111,201

Supplemental disclosures of cash flow information

Cash paid for interest on deposits and borrowings 5,118 7,145 10,329 16,130
Net cash paid (refunds received) for income taxes 13,309 8,185 10,195 (12,634)
Leases transferred into held for sale from investment 0 16,884 62,077 121,559

Supplemental disclosures of non cash investing activities

Acquisition of property and equipment through capital lease arrangements 0 0 385 0
Business combinations assets acquired NA 0 0 3,376
Purchase of equipment for direct financing lease contracts and loans originated 0 0 10,681 8,588

Reconciliation of cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash to the consolidated balance sheets

Cash and cash equivalents NA 61,757 67,146 97,156
Restricted Cash NA 0 0 14,045
Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at end of period NA 61,757 67,146 111,201
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