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Fitch Affirms Ratings on Two SLC Student Loan Trusts

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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Fitch Ratings has affirmed the notes currently rated ‘AAAsf’ issued by both SLC Student Loan Trust 2009-1 and SLC Student Loan Trust 2010-1. The Rating Outlook remains Stable for both trusts.

KEY RATING DRIVERS

High Collateral Quality: Both trusts’ collateral consists of 100% of Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) loans. The credit quality of the trust collateral is high, in Fitch’s opinion, based on the guarantees provided by the transaction’s eligible guarantors and reinsurance provided by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) for at least 97% of principal and accrued interest. Fitch currently rates the U.S. sovereign ‘AAA’ with a Stable Outlook.

Sufficient Credit Enhancement (CE): The CE is provided by overcollateralization (OC) and future excess spread. For SLC 2009-1, the trust has maintained its target OC of 10% and current parity is 111.11% as of July 2014. For SLC 2010-1, current parity is 115.62% (CE 13.51%) as of July 2014. The 2010-1 trust is a turbo structure; therefore no cash is released until the note is paid in full.

Adequate Liquidity Support: Liquidity support is provided by a reserve account for SLC 2009-1 sized equal to the greater of 0.25% of the pool balance and $905,785. SLC 2010-1 is supported by both a reserve account and a capitalized interest account. The reserve is sized equal to the greater of 0.25% of the pool balance and $1,200,450. The current capitalized interest account of $21,000,000 will be released based on a predetermined schedule. Any remaining amounts in the account will be released on the October 2016 quarterly distribution date.

Acceptable Servicing Capabilities: Navient Solutions, Inc. (formerly known as Sallie Mae, Inc.), as servicer, will be responsible for servicing both trusts. Fitch has reviewed the servicing operations of Navient Solutions and believes it to be an acceptable servicer of FFELP student loans.

RATING SENSITIVITIES

Since FFELP student loan ABS rely on the U.S. government to reimburse defaults, ‘AAAsf’ FFELP ABS ratings will likely move in tandem with the ‘AAA’ U.S. sovereign rating. Aside from the U.S. sovereign rating, defaults and basis risk account for the majority of the risk embedded in FFELP student loan transactions. Additional defaults and basis shock beyond Fitch’s published stresses could result in future downgrades. Likewise, a buildup of CE driven by positive excess spread given favorable basis factor conditions could lead to future upgrades.

Fitch has affirmed the following:

SLC Student Loan Trust 2009-1:

— Class A-2 at ‘AAAsf’; Outlook Stable.

SLC Student Loan Trust 2010-1:

–Class A at ‘AAAsf’; Outlook Stable.

Additional information is available at ‘www.fitchratings.com‘.

Applicable Criteria and Related Research:

–’Global Structured Finance Rating Criteria’ (May 20, 2014);

–’Rating U.S. Federal Family Education Loan Program Student Loan ABS Criteria’ (June 23, 2014).

Applicable Criteria and Related Research:

Global Structured Finance Rating Criteria

http://www.fitchratings.com/creditdesk/reports/report_frame.cfm?rpt_id=754389

Rating U.S. Federal Family Education Loan Program Student Loan ABS Criteria

http://www.fitchratings.com/creditdesk/reports/report_frame.cfm?rpt_id=750530

Additional Disclosure

Solicitation Status

http://www.fitchratings.com/gws/en/disclosure/solicitation?pr_id=907174

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Trio offer Rangers cash injections

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Rangers: Three offers of cash injection as finance chief quits

By Chris McLaughlin
BBC Scotland Sport

Sale Sharks owner Brian Kennedy has joined Newcastle United’s Mike Ashley and former director Dave King in offering fresh funding to Rangers.

And the battle for control of the Ibrox club on Friday led to the resignation of finance director Philip Nash.

Ashley, who owns 8.29% of the Glasgow club’s shares, had called for the removal of Nash and chief executive Graham Wallace as part of his offer.

Rangers need a financial injection to cover wages beyond November.

King returned to his South African business base without reaching agreement following this week’s negotiations with the Scottish Championship club’s board.

Before leaving Scotland on Thursday, he issued a statement

saying that his group’s offer remained on the table

and that he was still hopeful it would be accepted by the the club.

It subsequently emerged Ashley had been holding talks about a similar deal and now Edinburgh-born businessman Kennedy has tabled an alternative to the Newcastle owner’s offer of an emergency loan that would take Rangers through to their annual meeting.

In response to news of Ashley’s offer, King insisted it did not affect his own bid “in any way” as the Newcastle owner was simply offering a a short-term loan.

Former Rangers director Dave King

“We have a lot of work to do over the next few months to regain the club. I would not be here without the support of the fans and neither would my co-investors. We are going to need to draw on your support again over the coming months.”

“Our offer is for a long-term permanent solution that can take the club forward and unite the fans and the board for the first time in many years,” said King.

“The board is in the final stages of reviewing our offer and I expect a definitive answer early next week.

“Frankly, it doesn’t seem possible that the board can do anything other than recommend it to shareholders given the dire financial circumstances and the fact that no other long-term solution is on offer.

“Mr Ashley’s involvement (and recently announced continued commitment) with Newcastle precludes him from making a similar offer of long-term permanent equity.

“What Mr Ashley can do is attempt to increase his vice-like grip on the Rangers brand by improving his retail position as a condition for supplying short-term debt to tide the club over until our permanent funding is in place.”

Ashley, who already has control of Rangers’ shirt sales and retail division and owns the naming rights for Ibrox Stadium, had refused to back King’s proposal.

Mike Ashley already has control of Rangers merchandise and Ibrox naming rights

Rangers director Sandy Easdale, who controls a 26% block of shares, also declined to agree to a further rights issue that would have diluted that holding.

It is believed that, in their battle for control, Ashley and King have both tabled bids involving around £2m up front, leading to eventual funding of around £16m.

Both loan elements would be secured against various Rangers assets and both deals call for representation on the board.

However, while Ashley is demanding two representatives on the board, King also wants to choose its chairman.

“I know there are other investors also willing to provide bridging finance,” added King.

“The board will therefore not have to accept punitive terms even if Ashley attempts to impose them.

Dave King returned to South Africa after he failed to agree a deal with Rangers

“We must remember that the board is ethically and legally bound to act in the best interest of the company and all shareholders.

“Ashley cannot expect preferential treatment and will not get it.”

King expressed confidence that Wallace and Nash would “have enough integrity and commercial experience to do the right thing”.

However, his statement coincided with a Stock Exchange statement about the departure of Nash, the former Arsenal and Liverpool executive who had been employed as a financial consultant by Rangers before joining the board in July.

Wallace and Nash had been supportive of the bid by King’s group, which includes fellow Scottish businessmen George Letham and Paul Murray.

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First Niagara Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results

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Third Quarter Highlights:

GAAP net loss available to common shareholders per share of $1.90.

Operating earnings of $63.3 million or $0.18 per diluted share before the impact of two items:

Non-cash pre-tax goodwill impairment charge of $800 million

Non-cash goodwill impairment is an accounting loss and does not impact future profitability

$45 million reserves to address a process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts

Average loans increased 9% annualized QOQ, driven by both commercial and consumer loan categories

Average commercial business (C&I) loans increased 9% QOQ

Average consumer loans increased 13% QOQ led by indirect auto and home equity balances

Transactional deposit balances increased 7% QOQ driven by higher customer balances

Noninterest-bearing deposits increased 14% QOQ driven by commercial deposits

Transactional deposit balances averaged 37% of deposits, up from 35% a year-ago

Strong credit quality maintained

NCOs decreased three basis points QOQ to 0.27% of average originated loans

BUFFALO, N.Y., Oct. 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. (FNFG) today reported a third quarter net loss available to common shareholders of $665 million, equal to $1.90 per share. Results included a non-cash goodwill impairment charge of $800 million, as well as a pretax $45 million reserve to address a process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts. Excluding these charges, operating net income available to common shareholders was $63.3 million, or $0.18 per diluted share, compared to net income available to common shareholders of $71.6 million, or $0.20 per diluted share in the third quarter of 2013.

“In the third quarter, despite the continued uncertainty in the macro-economic environment, we delivered very strong 9% average loan growth and remain on target as we continue to make good progress with the execution of our strategic investment plan,” said Gary M. Crosby, President and Chief Executive Officer. “However, I am disappointed that two items that impacted our reported results distracted from such solid business fundamentals in the third quarter. In the third quarter, we recorded a non-cash goodwill impairment charge that drove the net loss in the quarter. It is important for customers and our shareholders to note that this is a non-cash accounting charge and has no impact on our daily operations, our ability to continue to serve customers, or our future profitability, and does not negatively impact key regulatory and tangible equity ratios. Based on current market-driven assumptions, we concluded that the goodwill was impaired and recognized an $800 million charge.”

Mr. Crosby continued, “Additionally, we recently identified a process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts. First Niagara is conducting an internal review to determine the potential impact on our customers. Customers should be confident that their account balance information accurately reflects the funds on deposit with us. Based on the results of the review, we will develop a comprehensive corrective action plan, including customer remediation where appropriate. In accordance with applicable accounting guidance, we established a reserve of $45 million in the third quarter for this matter.”

“In the third quarter of 2014, our already strong credit quality improved further with the net charge-off ratio declining to 27 basis points, down 3 basis points from the low levels in the prior quarter,” said Gregory W. Norwood, Chief Financial Officer. “Higher-than-normal expenses, which are not expected to continue, included a valuation write-down of a real estate property, costs incurred to protect our customers following the Home Depot data security breach, and higher state franchise taxes and totaled approximately $7 million. These higher than expected expenses were offset by a lower than expected tax rate in the third quarter.”

Third Quarter Results

In the third quarter of 2014, First Niagara reported GAAP net loss available to common shareholders of $665 million, equal to $1.90 per share. Results for the quarter included a non-cash pre-tax charge of $800 million to record the non-cash impairment of goodwill, a $45 million pre-tax reserve to address a process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts, and $2 million in pre-tax restructuring expenses incurred primarily in connection with a previously announced branch staffing realignment.

Excluding these charges, operating net income available to common shareholders was $63.3 million, or $0.18 per diluted share. In the second quarter of 2014, First Niagara reported net income available to common shareholders of $66.2 million, or $0.19 per diluted share. For the third quarter of 2013, net income available to common shareholders was $71.6 million, or $0.20 per diluted share. There were no restructuring expenses in the prior comparable periods.

Balance sheet growth remained strong as average loans increased 9% annualized compared to the prior quarter. Average commercial business and real estate loans increased 6% annualized over the prior quarter, while average consumer loans increased 13% annualized driven by continued increases in indirect auto and home equity balances. Average transactional deposit balances, which include interest-bearing and noninterest-bearing checking accounts, increased 7% over the prior year quarter and currently represent 37% of the company’s deposit balances, up from 35% a year ago.

Operating revenues of $349 million decreased 1% from the prior quarter. Net interest income increased $1 million in the third quarter compared to the prior quarter as the benefits of a 4% annualized increase in average earning assets, the impact of an additional day in the quarter, and income accretion from prepayments of certain collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) were partially offset by a decrease in net interest margin. Net interest margin was 3.21%, as compared to 3.26% in the prior quarter. Noninterest income decreased $5 million or 7% from the prior quarter.

The provision for loan losses on originated loans totaled $20 million in the third quarter of 2014, and reflected $7 million of additions to the loan loss reserve to support organic loan growth and $13 million to cover net charge-offs during the quarter. Net charge-offs equaled 0.27% of average originated loans, a decrease of three basis points from 0.30% in the second quarter. At September 30, 2014, nonperforming originated loans comprised 0.91% of originated loans, compared to 0.86% at the end of the prior quarter.

In the third quarter, operating expenses excluding the non-cash goodwill impairment charge, the reserve to address a process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts, and other restructuring expenses were $249 million, an increase of $5 million from the prior quarter. The increase was driven by $7 million of elevated charges related to the valuation write-down of a real estate property, state franchise taxes, and expenses incurred to protect First Niagara customers in response to the widely publicized Home Depot data security breach that impacted debit and credit card holders and banks across North America. These increases were partially offset by lower compensation expense as well as lower leasehold depreciation costs from elevated second quarter levels.

Operating Results (Non-GAAP)

Q3 2014

Q2 2014

Q3 2013

Net interest income

$ 273.3

$ 271.8

$ 277.5

Provision for credit losses

21.2

22.8

27.6

Noninterest income

75.4

80.9

91.4

Noninterest expense

249.5

244.1

231.2

Operating net income

70.9

73.8

79.1

Preferred stock dividend

7.5

7.5

7.5

Operating net income available to common shareholders

$ 63.3

$ 66.2

71.6

Weighted average diluted shares outstanding

351.9

351.5

350.9

Operating earnings per diluted share

$ 0.18

$ 0.19

$ 0.20

Reported Results (GAAP)

Operating net income before non-operating items

$ 70.9

$ 73.8

$ 79.1

Non-operating expenses (a)

728.1


Net Income / (loss)

(657.2)

73.8

79.1

Preferred stock dividend

7.5

7.5

7.5

Net income / (loss) available to common shareholders

$ (664.8)

$ 66.2

$ 71.6

Weighted average diluted shares outstanding

350.4

351.5

350.9

Earnings per diluted share

$ (1.90)

$ 0.19

$ 0.20

All amounts in millions except earnings per diluted share.

(a) $800 million non-cash goodwill impairment charge, reserves related to a process issue, and restructuring charges primarily related to branch realignment, net of taxes.

Loans

Average total loans increased 9% annualized from the prior quarter, driven by continued growth in the company’s commercial lending, indirect auto and home equity portfolios.

Average commercial loans, which include commercial business (C&I) and commercial real estate (CRE) loans, increased to $13.7 billion, or a 6% annualized increase from the prior quarter. C&I loans averaged $5.7 billion, or a 9% annualized increase over the prior quarter. Average CRE loans increased 4% annualized to $8.0 billion. Compared to the second quarter of 2014, the company’s New York and Tri-State markets contributed 80% of the increase in average commercial loans.

Average indirect auto loan balances increased $228 million to $2.0 billion. During the third quarter, indirect auto originations totaled $376 million at an average customer FICO score of 768 and yielded 2.84%, net of dealer reserve. Average residential real estate loans declined by $10 million, or 1% annualized. Home equity balances increased 8% annualized from the prior quarter reflecting higher customer draws and the benefits of promotional and cross-sell campaigns.

Deposits

The company’s focus remains on efforts to grow its core deposit customer base, re-position its account mix and introduce new products and services that further enhance its value proposition to customers. Recent investments in mobile banking and remote deposit capture have further enhanced customers’ ability to transact in the delivery channel of their choice while at the same time lowering the company’s cost to acquire and serve such customers. Current and anticipated investments as part of the company’s strategic investment plan in new digital features and improved functionalities such as online account opening will further enhance customers’ ability to do business with First Niagara across all of the bank’s delivery channels.

Average transactional deposit balances, which include interest-bearing and noninterest bearing checking accounts, increased an annualized 7% over the prior quarter and currently represent 37% of the company’s deposit balances, up from 35% a year ago. The average cost of interest-bearing deposits of 0.24% was unchanged from the prior quarter.

Average noninterest-bearing checking deposit balances increased 14% annualized compared to the prior quarter, driven by seasonal increases in commercial deposits. Interest-bearing checking balances averaged $4.8 billion and were essentially flat to the prior quarter.

Money market deposit balances decreased 4% reflecting normal seasonal trends in municipal deposit balances. Time deposits averaged $4.0 billion and were unchanged from the prior quarter.

Net Interest Income

Third quarter 2014 net interest income increased $1 million from the prior quarter to $273 million. The benefits of a 4% annualized increase in average earning assets, an additional day in the quarter and income accretion from CLO prepayments were partially offset by a 5-basis point decline in the net interest margin. Growth in average earning assets reflected continued strong loan growth, particularly commercial, indirect auto and home equity categories. Average investment securities decreased modestly from the prior quarter.

The 5-basis point decrease in net interest margin in the third quarter of 2014 reflected continued compression of commercial and consumer loan yields in the current low interest rate environment and to a lesser extent, the impact of one additional day in the quarter. Average commercial and consumer loan yields declined 9 and 7 basis points, respectively, from the prior quarter.

Credit Quality

At September 30, 2014, the allowance for loan losses was $231 million, compared to $224 million at June 30, 2014. Nonperforming assets to total assets were 0.57%, compared to 0.55% at the end of the prior quarter.

Information for both the originated and acquired portfolios follows.

Q3 2014

Q2 2014

$ in millions

Originated

Acquired

Total

Originated

Acquired

Total

Provision for loan losses*

$ 19.6

$ 1.2

$ 20.8

$ 22.1

$ 0.3

$ 22.4

Net charge-offs

12.5

0.5

13.0

13.2

0.7

13.9

NCOs/ Avg Loans

0.27%

0.05%

0.23%

0.30%

0.06%

0.25%

Total loans**

$ 18,842

$ 4,028

$ 22,770

$ 18,196

$ 4,255

$ 22,346

(*) Excludes provision for unfunded commitments of $0.4 million each in 3Q14 and 2Q14

(**) Acquired loans before associated credit discount; see accompanying tables for further information

Originated loans

The provision for loan losses on originated loans totaled $20 million, compared to $22 million in the prior quarter. This provision included $7 million of additions to the loan loss reserve to support organic loan growth during the quarter compared to $9 million in the prior quarter. Net charge-offs equaled $13 million or 27 basis points of average originated loans in the third quarter of 2014, compared to $13 million or 30 basis points in the prior quarter.

At September 30, 2014, nonperforming originated loans comprised 0.91% of originated loans, compared to 0.86% at June 30, 2014 driven primarily by increases in consumer nonperforming loans. The increase in consumer nonperforming loans primarily related to the continuing impact of last year’s regulatory guidance related to consumer bankruptcies as well as normal seasoning of the indirect auto loan portfolio.

At September 30, 2014, the allowance for loan losses on originated loans totaled $227 million or 1.20% of such loans, compared to $220 million or 1.21% of such loans at June 30, 2014.

Acquired loans

The provision for losses on acquired loans totaled $1 million, compared to $0.3 million in the prior quarter. Net charge-offs on those portfolios totaled $0.5 million during the quarter, compared to $0.7 million in the prior period. At September 30, 2014, the allowance for loan losses on acquired loans totaled $5 million, compared to $4 million at June 30, 2014. Acquired nonperforming loans totaled $29 million, compared to $32 million at the end of the prior quarter. At September 30, 2014, remaining credit marks available to absorb losses on a pool-by-pool basis totaled $100 million.

Fee Income

Third quarter 2014 noninterest income of $75 million decreased 7% or $5 million compared to the prior quarter driven by reductions across most fee income categories and partially offset by increases in insurance commissions and capital markets income.

Insurance commissions increased $1 million or 6% reflecting income recognized on higher renewal activity during the quarter. Higher syndication fee income drove the $1 million increase in capital markets income in the third quarter.

Deposit service charges decreased $3 million or 14% from the prior quarter. Mortgage banking revenues declined $1 million from the second quarter of 2014, driven by lower gain-on-sale revenues. Lending and leasing fees declined $1 million in the third quarter due in part to lower gain on SBA loan sales. Wealth management services income declined $1 million from the prior quarter as lower interest rates and increased supply of attractively priced longer-tenure certificate of deposit products resulted in lower demand and margins on annuity products. Other fee income decreased $2 million from the prior quarter and was driven by lower investment income.

Noninterest Expense

Including the $800 million non-cash goodwill impairment charge, third quarter noninterest expenses were $1.1 billion. Third quarter expenses also included a $45 million reserve to address a process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts, and $2 million in restructuring and severance expenses incurred primarily in connection with a previously announced branch staffing realignment. Excluding these items, adjusted operating expenses of $249 million increased $5 million or 2% sequentially.

This sequential increase included approximately $7 million of elevated other expenses, including:

$3 million in valuation write-down on a single other real estate owned (OREO) property,

$2 million related to higher state franchise taxes, and

$2 million in losses and expenses incurred in protecting First Niagara customers in response to the widely publicized Home Depot data security breach that impacted debit and credit card holders across North America

Salaries and benefits expenses declined $1 million from the prior quarter in large part due to lower payroll taxes and incentive compensation expense. Occupancy and equipment expense decreased $1 million and was driven by a moderation in depreciation costs following an accelerated write-off of certain leasehold improvements recognized in the prior quarter.

In the third quarter of 2014, the operating efficiency ratio was 71.6% compared to 69.2% in the prior quarter.

Capital

At September 30, 2014, the company’s estimated consolidated Total Risk Based capital and Tier 1 Common Risk Based capital ratios were 11.5% and 7.9% respectively, and were unchanged from June 30, 2014. The company remains well above current regulatory guidelines for well-capitalized institutions.

Effective Tax Rate

The provision for income taxes in the third quarter of 2014 was a benefit of $112 million, resulting in an effective tax rate benefit of 15%. The effective tax rate was 14% in the prior quarter, resulting in income tax expense of $12 million. The third quarter’s effective tax rate benefit reflects the impact of the goodwill impairment charge, of which only a portion was tax deductible. On an operating basis, the effective tax rate for the third quarter of 2014 was 9%, reflecting the benefit of previously disclosed tax strategies and other items.

About First Niagara

First Niagara, through its wholly owned subsidiary, First Niagara Bank, N.A., is a multi-state community-oriented bank with 411 branches, $38 billion in assets, $28 billion in deposits, and approximately 5,800 employees providing financial services to individuals, families and businesses across New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.firstniagara.com.

Investor Call

A conference call will be held at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Friday, October 24, 2014 to discuss the company’s financial results. Those wishing to participate in the call may dial toll-free 1-800-857-5166 with the passcode: FNFG. Presentation slides will be used during the earnings conference call and are available under the investor relations tab of our website at www.firstniagara.com. A replay of the call will be available until December 1, 2014 by dialing 1-800-925-4513, passcode: 1024.

Non-GAAP Measures – This news release contains financial information determined by methods other than in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America (GAAP). The company believes that non-GAAP financial measures provide a meaningful comparison of the underlying operational performance of the company, and facilitate investors’ assessments of business and performance trends in comparison to others in the financial services industry. In addition, the company believes the exclusion of these non-operating items enables management to perform a more effective evaluation and comparison of the company’s results and to assess performance in relation to the company’s ongoing operations. These disclosures should not be viewed as a substitute for financial measures determined in accordance with GAAP, nor are they necessarily comparable to non-GAAP performance measures that may be presented by other companies. Where non-GAAP disclosures are used in this news release, the comparable GAAP financial measure, as well as the reconciliation to the comparable GAAP financial measure, can be found in this document.

Forward-Looking Statements – This press release contains forward-looking statements with respect to the financial condition and results of operations of First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. including, without limitations, statements relating to the earnings outlook of the company. These forward-looking statements involve certain risks and uncertainties. Factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from those contemplated by such forward-looking statements include, among others, the following possibilities: (1) changes in the interest rate environment; (2) competitive pressure among financial services companies; (3) general economic conditions including an increase in non-performing loans that could result from an economic downturn; (4) changes in legislation or regulatory requirements; (5) difficulties in continuing to improve operating efficiencies; (6) execution risk associated with the announced investment plan; (7) regulatory approval to continue payment of common and preferred dividends.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Income Statement Highlights - Reported Basis

(in thousands, except per share amounts)

2014

2013

Nine months ended

Third

Second

First

Fourth

Third

Second

September 30,

September 30,

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

2014

2013

Interest income:

Loans and leases

$ 212,452

$ 210,218

$ 209,644

$ 213,778

$ 214,746

$ 209,970

$ 632,314

$ 631,356

Investment securities and other

91,668

91,566

90,421

96,020

91,996

88,110

273,655

269,067

Total interest income

304,120

301,784

300,065

309,798

306,742

298,080

905,969

900,423

Interest expense:

Deposits

13,590

13,183

12,236

12,941

12,931

12,967

39,009

40,175

Borrowings

17,251

16,789

17,082

16,579

16,271

15,670

51,122

47,135

Total interest expense

30,841

29,972

29,318

29,520

29,202

28,637

90,131

87,310

Net interest income

273,279

271,812

270,747

280,278

277,540

269,443

815,838

813,113

Provision for credit losses

21,200

22,800

24,800

32,000

27,600

25,200

68,800

73,000

Net interest income after provision

252,079

249,012

245,947

248,278

249,940

244,243

747,038

740,113

Noninterest income:

Deposit service charges

20,373

23,733

23,356

25,726

27,115

26,482

67,462

78,397

Insurance commissions

18,352

17,343

15,691

15,431

17,854

17,692

51,386

51,901

Merchant and card fees

12,991

12,834

11,504

12,567

12,464

12,380

37,329

36,142

Wealth management services

15,367

15,949

15,587

15,441

15,189

14,945

46,903

42,979

Mortgage banking

4,358

5,241

3,396

2,754

2,268

6,882

12,995

15,574

Capital markets income

3,509

2,917

3,623

6,310

5,058

5,002

10,049

16,091

Lending and leasing

3,914

4,680

4,732

4,140

4,886

4,534

13,326

13,326

Bank owned life insurance

3,080

3,145

5,405

6,027

3,725

3,321

11,630

10,513

Other income

(6,552)

(4,985)

(6,570)

916

2,863

4,308

(18,107)

11,357

Total noninterest income

75,392

80,857

76,724

89,312

91,422

95,546

232,973

276,280

Noninterest expense:

Salaries and employee benefits

116,245

117,728

117,940

113,754

115,034

116,305

351,913

347,129

Occupancy and equipment

27,450

28,553

27,876

27,420

26,582

28,506

83,879

83,133

Technology and communications

31,465

31,140

30,345

29,483

28,999

29,603

92,950

85,715

Marketing and advertising

7,746

8,439

7,364

4,879

5,822

5,450

23,549

15,618

Professional services

13,988

13,029

11,923

9,314

9,820

9,782

38,940

29,205

Amortization of intangibles

6,521

6,790

7,509

7,562

7,702

10,850

20,820

32,671

Federal deposit insurance premiums

9,579

9,756

8,855

7,431

9,351

9,348

28,190

27,600

Restructuring charges

2,364

10,356

12,720

Goodwill impairment

800,000

800,000

Deposit account remediation

45,000

45,000

Other expense

36,467

28,680

26,568

27,305

27,883

25,326

91,715

82,958

Total noninterest expense

1,096,825

244,115

248,736

227,148

231,193

235,170

1,589,676

704,029

Income (loss) before income tax

(769,354)

85,754

73,935

110,442

110,169

104,619

(609,665)

312,364

Income tax expense (benefit)

(112,120)

11,969

14,491

32,752

31,026

33,485

(85,660)

94,802

Net income (loss)

(657,234)

73,785

59,444

77,690

79,143

71,134

(524,005)

217,562

Preferred stock dividend

7,547

7,547

7,547

7,547

7,547

7,547

22,641

22,641

Net income (loss) available to common stockholders

$ (664,781)

$ 66,238

$ 51,897

$ 70,143

$ 71,596

$ 63,587

$ (546,646)

$ 194,921

Financial Ratios:

Earnings (loss) per basic share

$ (1.90)

$ 0.19

$ 0.15

$ 0.20

$ 0.20

$ 0.18

$ (1.56)

$ 0.55

Earnings (loss) per diluted share

(1.90)

0.19

0.15

0.20

0.20

0.18

(1.56)

0.55

Weighted average shares outstanding – basic(1)

350,381

350,229

349,906

349,718

349,653

349,542

350,174

349,492

Weighted average shares outstanding – diluted(1)

350,381

351,541

351,408

350,699

350,896

350,384

350,174

350,368

Net revenue(2)

$ 348,671

$ 352,669

$ 347,471

$ 369,590

$ 368,962

$ 364,989

$ 1,048,811

$ 1,089,393

Noninterest income as a percentage of net revenue(2)

21.62%

22.93%

22.08%

24.17%

24.78%

26.18%

22.21%

25.36%

Pre-tax, pre-provision income (loss)(3)

$ (748,154)

$ 108,554

$ 98,735

$ 142,442

$ 137,769

$ 129,819

$ (540,865)

$ 385,364

Pre-tax, pre-provision income per diluted share(3)

$ (2.14)

$ 0.31

$ 0.28

$ 0.41

$ 0.39

$ 0.37

$ (1.54)

$ 1.10

Pre-tax, pre-provision return on average assets(3)

(7.69)%

1.14%

1.06%

1.51%

1.47%

1.41%

(1.89)%

1.39%

Net interest margin(4)

3.21%

3.26%

3.33%

3.41%

3.40%

3.36%

3.27%

3.39%

Interest yield on average loans(4)

3.80%

3.89%

3.98%

4.04%

4.14%

4.19%

3.89%

4.19%

Rate paid on interest-bearing liabilities

0.44%

0.44%

0.44%

0.43%

0.43%

0.43%

0.44%

0.44%

Efficiency ratio

314.57%

69.22%

71.58%

61.46%

62.66%

64.43%

151.57%

64.63%

Expenses as a percentage of average loans and deposits

8.78%

1.97%

2.06%

1.89%

1.94%

1.98%

4.31%

1.98%

Effective tax rate (benefit)

(14.6)%

14.0%

19.6%

29.7%

28.2%

32.0%

(14.1)%

30.3%

Return on average assets(5)

(6.76)%

0.77 %

0.64 %

0.82%

0.85%

0.77 %

(1.83)%

0.79%

Return on average equity(5)

(51.12)%

5.84 %

4.79 %

6.18%

6.37%

5.72 %

(13.83)%

5.86%

Return on average tangible equity(3)(5)

(100.96)%

11.68 %

9.66 %

12.64%

13.20%

11.75 %

(27.61)%

12.19%

Return on average common equity

(55.38)%

5.62 %

4.48 %

5.99%

6.18%

5.48 %

(15.46)%

5.64%

Return on average tangible common equity(3)

(117.50)%

12.10 %

9.76 %

13.25%

13.92%

12.21 %

(33.23)%

12.73%

(1) Share count excludes unallocated ESOP shares and unvested restricted stock shares.

(2) Net revenue is comprised of net interest income and noninterest income.

(3) The tables in this earnings release present computation of earnings and certain other ratios using non-GAAP financial measures, which we believe provide investors with information that is useful in understanding our financial performance and position. See Appendix A for further detail.

(4) Yields and rates calculated on a tax equivalent basis.

(5) Return used to calculate ratio excludes preferred stock dividend.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Period End Balance Sheet

(in thousands)

2014

2013

September 30,

June 30,

March 31,

December 31,

September 30,

June 30,

Cash and cash equivalents

$ 451,313

$ 557,423

$ 503,070

$ 462,927

$ 558,086

$ 552,210

Investment securities:

Available for sale

6,198,140

6,683,914

7,060,237

7,423,162

7,609,676

7,916,353

Held to maturity

5,351,977

4,834,279

4,467,213

4,042,481

3,841,700

3,856,960

FHLB and FRB common stock

389,870

434,322

437,550

469,217

437,534

429,740

Total investment securities

11,939,987

11,952,515

11,965,000

11,934,860

11,888,910

12,203,053

Loans held for sale

31,245

45,446

34,465

50,137

80,468

118,104

Loans and leases:

Commercial:

Real estate

8,013,622

7,940,977

7,867,724

7,777,903

7,697,407

7,482,375

Business

5,836,235

5,741,684

5,470,177

5,290,392

5,204,672

5,165,606

Total commercial loans

13,849,857

13,682,661

13,337,901

13,068,295

12,902,079

12,647,981

Consumer:

Residential real estate

3,360,805

3,358,347

3,389,071

3,447,997

3,519,233

3,558,274

Home equity

2,886,655

2,835,421

2,767,024

2,752,229

2,706,603

2,670,672

Indirect auto

2,073,843

1,871,688

1,655,489

1,543,983

1,339,449

1,049,763

Credit cards

312,549

311,640

305,663

325,140

311,600

303,455

Other consumer

286,140

286,062

295,692

302,009

310,107

313,037

Total consumer loans

8,919,991

8,663,158

8,412,939

8,371,358

8,186,992

7,895,201

Total loans and leases

22,769,849

22,345,819

21,750,840

21,439,653

21,089,071

20,543,182

Allowance for loan losses

231,353

223,526

215,037

209,274

197,953

183,708

Loans and leases, net

22,538,496

22,122,293

21,535,803

21,230,379

20,891,118

20,359,474

Bank owned life insurance

423,376

420,230

417,031

415,205

413,555

410,182

Goodwill and other intangibles

1,723,437

2,528,481

2,535,271

2,542,783

2,549,931

2,557,560

Other assets

1,124,145

998,364

999,804

992,071

958,473

949,144

Total assets

$ 38,231,999

$ 38,624,752

$ 37,990,444

$ 37,628,362

$ 37,340,541

$ 37,149,727

Deposits:

Savings accounts

$ 3,458,661

$ 3,626,750

$ 3,664,765

$ 3,666,759

$ 3,695,221

$ 3,878,053

Interest-bearing checking

5,055,458

4,743,684

4,929,302

4,743,829

4,637,807

4,499,963

Money market deposits

9,894,346

9,834,344

10,106,569

9,739,539

9,905,341

10,013,996

Noninterest-bearing deposits

5,308,736

5,284,037

5,101,681

4,865,873

4,968,501

4,845,835

Certificates of deposit

3,952,879

3,955,754

3,795,438

3,649,257

3,762,132

3,911,989

Total deposits

27,670,080

27,444,569

27,597,755

26,665,257

26,969,002

27,149,836

Short-term borrowings

4,928,762

4,890,343

4,137,496

4,822,222

4,169,416

3,698,279

Long-term borrowings

733,684

733,337

733,384

733,883

732,547

732,598

Other liabilities

543,813

477,685

495,590

413,647

531,379

666,270

Total liabilities

33,876,339

33,545,934

32,964,225

32,635,009

32,402,344

32,246,983

Preferred stockholders’ equity

338,002

338,002

338,002

338,002

338,002

338,002

Common stockholders’ equity

4,017,658

4,740,816

4,688,217

4,655,351

4,600,195

4,564,742

Total stockholders’ equity

4,355,660

5,078,818

5,026,219

4,993,353

4,938,197

4,902,744

Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity

$ 38,231,999

$ 38,624,752

$ 37,990,444

$ 37,628,362

$ 37,340,541

$ 37,149,727

Selected balance sheet information:

Total interest-earning assets(1)

$ 34,720,650

$ 34,305,451

$ 33,684,828

$ 33,396,058

$ 33,039,023

$ 32,906,363

Total interest-bearing liabilities

28,023,790

27,784,211

27,366,955

27,355,489

26,902,465

26,734,878

Net interest-earning assets

$ 6,696,860

$ 6,521,240

$ 6,317,873

$ 6,040,569

$ 6,136,558

$ 6,171,485

Tangible common equity(2)

$ 2,294,221

$ 2,212,335

$ 2,152,946

$ 2,112,568

$ 2,050,264

$ 2,007,182

Unrealized gain on available for sale securities, net of tax(3)

56,142

86,244

72,579

63,930

76,686

83,898

Total core deposits

$ 23,717,201

$ 23,488,815

$ 23,802,317

$ 23,016,000

$ 23,206,870

$ 23,237,847

Originated loans(4)

$ 18,841,896

$ 18,196,302

$ 17,388,542

$ 16,922,161

$ 16,211,505

$ 15,102,336

Acquired loans(5)

4,028,091

4,254,750

4,475,593

4,642,775

5,006,753

5,581,651

Credit related discount on acquired loans(6)

(100,138)

(105,233)

(113,295)

(125,283)

(129,187)

(140,805)

Total Loans

$ 22,769,849

$ 22,345,819

$ 21,750,840

$ 21,439,653

$ 21,089,071

$ 20,543,182

(1) Includes interest bearing cash and cash equivalents, investment securities at amortized cost, loans held for sale, and total loans and leases.

(2) The tables in this earnings release present computation of earnings and certain other ratios using non-GAAP financial measures, which we believe provide investors with information that is useful in understanding our financial performance and position. See Appendix A for further detail.

(3) Excludes unamortized unrealized gains recorded in accumulated other comprehensive income related to available for sale securities transferred to held to maturity.

(4) Originated loans represent total loans excluding acquired loans.

(5) Represents the carrying value of acquired loans plus the principal not expected to be collected.

(6) Represent principal on acquired loans not expected to be collected.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Average Balance Sheet and Related Tax Equivalent Yields & Rates

(in millions)

For the three months ended

Nine months ended

September 30, 2014

June 30, 2014

September 30, 2013

September 30, 2014

September 30, 2013

Average

Interest(1)

Yields

Average

Interest(1)

Yields

Average

Interest(1)

Yields

Average

Interest(1)

Yields

Average

Interest(1)

Yields

Balances

and
Rates(1)

Balances

and
Rates(1)

Balances

and
Rates(1)

Balances

and
Rates(1)

Balances

and
Rates(1)(2)

Interest-earning assets:

Loans and leases(2)

Commercial:

Real estate

$ 7,985

$ 74

3.65%

$ 7,899

$ 75

3.77%

$ 7,551

$ 80

4.16%

$ 7,896

$ 226

3.77%

$ 7,370

$ 235

4.21%

Business

5,694

51

3.51

5,564

50

3.56

5,163

48

3.64

5,558

149

3.54

5,092

142

3.68

Total commercial loans

13,679

126

3.59

13,463

125

3.68

12,714

128

3.95

13,454

375

3.68

12,462

377

3.99

Consumer:

Residential real estate

3,351

32

3.77

3,361

32

3.80

3,538

35

3.91

3,376

97

3.82

3,599

107

3.95

Home equity

2,857

29

4.01

2,800

28

4.06

2,683

28

4.17

2,805

85

4.07

2,664

84

4.24

Indirect auto

1,978

14

2.84

1,750

12

2.85

1,207

9

3.09

1,782

38

2.87

950

23

3.17

Credit cards

313

9

11.44

308

9

11.44

309

9

12.02

312

27

11.50

305

25

11.14

Other consumer

287

6

8.54

291

6

8.53

313

7

8.48

292

19

8.57

318

20

8.36

Total consumer loans

8,786

90

4.06

8,510

88

4.13

8,050

88

4.35

8,567

266

4.15

7,836

259

4.42

Total loans and leases

22,465

215

3.80

21,973

213

3.89

20,764

216

4.14

22,020

641

3.89

20,298

636

4.19

Residential MBS

6,405

41

2.56

6,097

41

2.67

5,515

37

2.68

6,067

121

2.65

5,500

104

2.53

Commercial MBS

1,564

13

3.32

1,608

14

3.45

1,810

17

3.68

1,623

41

3.35

1,868

51

3.63

Other investment securities (3)

3,854

39

4.06

4,159

38

3.69

4,620

40

3.47

4,131

117

3.76

4,758

119

3.34

Total securities, at amortized cost

11,824

93

3.15

11,864

93

3.13

11,945

94

3.14

11,821

278

3.14

12,126

274

3.02

Money market and other investments

86

1

2.76

165

1

1.27

157

1

2.27

125

2

1.74

189

2

1.74

Total interest-earning assets

34,375

$ 309

3.57%

34,002

$ 307

3.62%

32,866

$ 311

3.75%

33,966

$ 920

3.62%

32,613

$ 913

3.74%

Goodwill and other intangibles

2,518

2,532

2,554

2,529

2,575

Other noninterest-earning assets

1,698

1,678

1,673

1,691

1,774

Total assets

$ 38,591

$ 38,212

$ 37,093

$ 38,187

$ 36,962

Interest-bearing liabilities:

Deposits

Savings accounts

$ 3,552

$ 1

0.09%

$ 3,654

$ 1

0.09%

$ 3,793

$ 1

0.09%

$ 3,612

$ 2

0.09%

$ 3,861

$ 3

0.10%

Interest-bearing checking

4,821

0.03

4,820

0.03

4,483

0.04

4,792

1

0.03

4,456

1

0.04

Money market deposits

9,882

6

0.23

9,971

5

0.22

9,959

5

0.20

9,913

16

0.22

10,257

16

0.21

Certificates of deposit

3,969

7

0.67

3,971

7

0.66

3,824

7

0.69

3,864

20

0.68

3,935

20

0.67

Total interest bearing deposits

22,225

14

0.24%

22,416

13

0.24%

22,059

13

0.23%

22,182

39

0.24%

22,509

40

0.24%

Borrowings

Short-term borrowings

4,737

5

0.43%

4,410

5

0.43%

4,014

4

0.41%

4,596

15

0.43%

3,570

11

0.41%

Long-term borrowings

733

12

6.56

733

12

6.62

733

12

6.55

733

36

6.62

732

36

6.63

Total borrowings

5,470

17

1.25

5,143

17

1.31

4,747

16

1.36

5,330

51

1.28

4,302

47

1.46

Total interest-bearing liabilities

27,695

$ 31

0.44%

27,559

$ 30

0.44%

26,806

$ 29

0.43%

27,511

$ 90

0.44%

26,811

$ 87

0.44%

Noninterest-bearing deposits

5,260

5,077

4,787

5,068

4,657

Other noninterest-bearing liabilities

536

511

567

540

534

Total liabilities

33,491

33,147

32,160

33,120

32,002

Total stockholders’ equity

5,100

5,065

4,933

5,067

4,960

Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity

$ 38,591

$ 38,212

$ 37,093

$ 38,187

$ 36,962

Net interest income (FTE)

$ 278

$ 277

$ 282

$ 830

$ 826

Taxable Equivalent Adjustment(1)

5

5

4

14

13

Total core deposits

$ 23,515

$ 7

0.12%

$ 23,522

$ 6

0.11%

$ 23,022

$ 6

0.11%

$ 23,386

$ 19

0.11%

$ 23,231

$ 20

0.12%

Total transactional deposits

10,081

0.01%

9,897

0.01%

9,270

0.02%

9,860

1

0.02%

9,113

1

0.02%

Total deposits

27,484

14

0.20%

27,493

13

0.19%

26,846

13

0.19%

27,250

39

0.19%

27,166

40

0.20%

Tax equivalent net interest rate spread(2)

3.13%

3.18%

3.32%

3.18%

3.30%

Tax equivalent net interest rate margin(2)

3.21%

3.26%

3.40%

3.27%

3.39%

(1) Tax equivalent interest income is calculated using a 35% tax rate.

(2) Includes nonaccrual loans.

(3) Includes debt securities, collateralized loan obligations, asset-backed securities, FHLB and FRB common stock, and other investment securities.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Allowance for Loans and Lease Losses & Asset Quality

(in thousands)

2014

2013

Nine months ended

Third

Second

First

Fourth

Third

Second

September 30,

September 30,

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

2014

2013

Beginning balance

$ 223,526

$ 215,037

$ 209,274

$ 197,953

$ 183,708

$ 172,002

$ 209,274

$ 162,522

Net loan (charge-offs) recoveries:

Commercial real estate

$ (2,259)

$ (4,885)

$ 905

$ (5,764)

$ 1,013

$ (2,817)

$ (6,239)

$ (3,925)

Commercial business

(3,148)

(1,795)

(9,138)

(6,382)

(9,694)

(7,175)

(14,081)

(21,771)

Residential real estate

(102)

(352)

(174)

(168)

(137)

(291)

(628)

(855)

Home equity

(1,131)

(1,294)

(3,045)

(1,528)

(322)

(905)

(5,470)

(1,840)

Indirect auto

(1,621)

(1,455)

(2,086)

(1,215)

(692)

(552)

(5,162)

(1,496)

Credit cards

(2,726)

(2,930)

(3,044)

(3,082)

(1,300)

(194)

(8,700)

(1,698)

Other consumer

(1,986)

(1,200)

(2,055)

(2,140)

(1,823)

(1,160)

(5,241)

(4,784)

Total net loan charge-offs

$ (12,973)

$ (13,911)

$ (18,637)

$ (20,279)

$ (12,955)

$ (13,094)

$ (45,521)

$ (36,369)

Provision for loan losses

20,800

22,400

24,400

31,600

27,200

24,800

67,600

71,800

Ending balance

$ 231,353

$ 223,526

$ 215,037

$ 209,274

$ 197,953

$ 183,708

$ 231,353

$ 197,953

Supplemental information

Allowance to loans

1.02%

1.00%

0.99 %

0.98 %

0.94 %

0.89 %

1.02%

0.94%

Allowance for originated loans to originated loans(1)

1.20%

1.21%

1.21 %

1.21 %

1.20 %

1.21 %

1.20%

1.20%

Net charge-offs (recoveries) to average loans (annualized)

Commercial real estate

0.11 %

0.25%

(0.05)%

0.30 %

(0.05)%

0.15 %

0.11%

0.07%

Commercial business

0.22 %

0.13%

0.68 %

0.49 %

0.75 %

0.56 %

0.34%

0.57%

Total commercial loans

0.16 %

0.20%

0.25 %

0.38 %

0.27 %

0.32 %

0.20%

0.27%

Residential real estate

0.01 %

0.04%

0.02 %

0.02 %

0.02 %

0.03 %

0.02%

0.03%

Home equity

0.16 %

0.18%

0.44 %

0.22 %

0.05 %

0.14 %

0.26%

0.09%

Indirect auto

0.33 %

0.33%

0.52 %

0.33 %

0.23 %

0.23 %

0.39%

0.21%

Credit cards

3.49 %

3.80%

3.88 %

3.93 %

1.68 %

0.26 %

3.72%

0.74%

Other consumer

2.77 %

1.65%

2.74 %

2.79 %

2.01 %

0.88 %

2.39%

2.01%

Total consumer loans

0.35 %

0.34%

0.50 %

0.40 %

0.22 %

0.16 %

0.39%

0.18%

Total loans

0.23 %

0.25%

0.34 %

0.38 %

0.25 %

0.26 %

0.28%

0.24%

Net charge-offs (recoveries) of originated loans to average originated loans (annualized)(1)

Commercial real estate

0.13 %

0.29%

(0.11)%

0.24 %

(0.07)%

0.14 %

0.11%

0.05%

Commercial business

0.24 %

0.14%

0.73 %

0.53 %

0.83 %

0.64 %

0.36%

0.64%

Total commercial loans

0.18 %

0.22%

0.26 %

0.37 %

0.33 %

0.36 %

0.22%

0.32%

Residential real estate

0.02 %

0.07%

0.04 %

0.04 %

0.03 %

0.07 %

0.04%

0.06%

Home equity

0.17 %

0.16%

0.21 %

0.29 %

0.09 %

0.26 %

0.18%

0.18%

Indirect auto

0.33 %

0.33%

0.52 %

0.33 %

0.23 %

0.23 %

0.39%

0.21%

Credit cards

3.49 %

3.80%

3.88 %

3.93 %

1.68 %

0.26 %

3.72%

0.81%

Other consumer

2.77 %

1.65%

2.74 %

2.80 %

2.59 %

1.91 %

2.39%

2.33%

Total consumer loans

0.45 %

0.45%

0.57 %

0.56 %

0.33 %

0.27 %

0.49%

0.29%

Total loans

0.27 %

0.30%

0.36 %

0.43 %

0.33 %

0.33 %

0.31%

0.31%

Nonperforming loans:

Originated(1):

Commercial real estate

$ 57,340

$ 55,945

$ 41,296

$ 53,395

$ 51,302

$ 59,624

$ 57,340

$ 51,302

Commercial business

36,939

32,861

35,335

42,013

35,854

44,658

36,938

35,854

Residential real estate

36,113

33,870

32,736

31,478

31,312

29,667

36,113

31,312

Home equity

23,392

19,429

19,516

18,426

15,709

14,601

23,392

15,709

Indirect auto

11,890

9,821

7,943

6,274

5,129

3,276

11,890

5,129

Other consumer

5,134

5,037

5,216

5,838

5,538

2,818

5,134

5,538

Total originated nonperforming loans

170,808

156,963

142,042

157,424

144,844

154,644

170,807

144,844

Total acquired nonperforming loans(2)

28,611

32,488

30,617

30,088

30,388

27,556

28,611

30,388

Total nonperforming loans

199,419

189,451

172,659

187,512

175,232

182,200

199,418

175,232

Real estate owned

20,261

24,270

25,466

24,788

24,262

8,144

20,261

24,262

Total nonperforming assets

$ 219,680

$ 213,721

$ 198,125

$ 212,300

$ 199,494

$ 190,344

$ 219,679

$ 199,494

Accruing troubled debt restructurings (TDR)

$ 69,199

$ 80,214

$ 56,038

$ 52,263

$ 69,877

$ 69,892

$ 69,199

$ 69,877

Loans 90 days past due still accruing(3)

108,615

112,718

119,134

113,212

136,248

167,560

108,615

136,248

Total classified loans(4)

649,320

661,699

667,327

663,700

648,235

701,104

649,320

648,235

Total criticized loans(5)

$ 1,089,851

$ 1,072,133

$ 1,075,523

$ 985,019

$ 977,798

$ 1,012,305

$ 1,089,851

$ 977,798

Total nonperforming loans to loans

0.88%

0.85%

0.79 %

0.87 %

0.83 %

0.89 %

0.88%

0.83%

Total nonperforming originated loans to originated loans(1)

0.91%

0.86%

0.82 %

0.93 %

0.89 %

1.02 %

0.91%

0.89%

Total nonperforming assets to loans and real estate owned

0.96%

0.96%

0.91 %

0.99 %

0.94 %

0.93 %

0.96%

0.94%

Total nonperforming assets to assets

0.57%

0.55%

0.52 %

0.56 %

0.53 %

0.51 %

0.57%

0.53%

Allowance to nonperforming loans

116.0%

118.0%

124.5 %

111.6 %

113.0 %

100.8 %

116.0%

113.0%

Originated loans(1)

$ 18,841,896

$ 18,196,302

$ 17,388,542

$ 16,922,161

$ 16,211,505

$ 15,102,336

$ 18,841,896

$ 16,211,505

Acquired loans(6)

4,028,091

4,254,750

4,475,593

4,642,775

5,006,753

5,581,651

4,028,091

5,006,753

Credit related discount on acquired loans(7)

(100,138)

(105,233)

(113,295)

(125,283)

(129,187)

(140,805)

(100,138)

(129,187)

Total Loans

$ 22,769,849

$ 22,345,819

$ 21,750,840

$ 21,439,653

$ 21,089,071

$ 20,543,182

$ 22,769,849

$ 21,089,071

(1) Originated loans represent total loans excluding acquired loans.

(2) Nonperforming acquired loans include certain lines of credit that are considered nonaccruing.

(3) Includes acquired loans that were originally recorded at fair value upon acquisition, credit card loans, and loans that have matured which are in the process of collection.

(4) Includes consumer loans, which are considered classified when they are 90 days or more past due. Classified loans include substandard, doubtful, and loss, which are consistent with regulatory definitions, and as described in Item 1, “Business”, under the heading “Asset Quality Review” in our Annual Report on 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2013.

(5) Criticized loans includes consumer loans when they are 90 days or more past due. Criticized loans include special mention, substandard, doubtful, and loss.

(6) Represents the carrying value of acquired loans plus the principal not expected to be collected.

(7) Represent principal on acquired loans not expected to be collected.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Key Statistics

(Risk weighted assets in millions; share counts in thousands)

2014

2013

September 30,

June 30,

March 31,

December 31,

September 30,

June 30,

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. capital ratios(1):

Tier 1 risk based capital

9.52%

9.57%

9.62%

9.56%

9.45%

9.41%

Tier 1 common capital(2)

7.89%

7.92%

7.92%

7.86%

7.72%

7.65%

Total risk based capital

11.49%

11.53%

11.60%

11.53%

11.40%

11.35%

Leverage

7.16%

7.33%

7.28%

7.26%

7.14%

7.01%

Equity to assets

11.39%

13.15%

13.23%

13.27%

13.22%

13.20%

Tangible common equity to tangible assets(2)

6.28%

6.13%

6.07%

6.02%

5.89%

5.80%

Total risk weighted assets

$ 27,647

$ 27,314

$ 26,639

$ 26,412

$ 26,078

$ 25,564

First Niagara Bank, N.A capital ratios(1):

Tier 1 risk based capital

10.12%

10.18%

10.22%

10.15%

10.08%

10.08%

Total risk based capital

11.01%

11.05%

11.08%

10.99%

10.89%

10.85%

Leverage

7.61%

7.79%

7.74%

7.70%

7.61%

7.50%

Total risk weighted assets

$ 27,605

$ 27,273

$ 26,597

$ 26,365

$ 26,037

$ 25,520

Number of branches

411

411

411

421

422

422

Full time equivalent employees

5,768

5,874

5,750

5,807

5,788

5,779

Share information and per share metrics:

Common shares outstanding

355,423

355,483

354,127

353,941

353,973

353,932

Preferred shares outstanding

14,000

14,000

14,000

14,000

14,000

14,000

Treasury shares

10,579

10,519

11,875

12,061

12,029

12,070

Market price (FNFG):

$ 8.33

$ 8.74

$ 9.45

$ 10.62

$ 10.37

$ 10.07

Book value per common share(3)

11.46

13.53

13.40

13.31

13.15

13.06

Tangible book value per common share(2)(3)

6.55

6.31

6.15

6.04

5.86

5.74

Price/Book

72.69%

64.60%

70.52%

79.79%

78.86%

77.11%

Price/Tangible book(2)

127.18%

138.51%

153.66%

175.83%

176.96%

175.44%

Common stock dividends

$ 0.08

$ 0.08

$ 0.08

$ 0.08

$ 0.08

$ 0.08

Preferred stock dividends

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

Dividend payout ratio

N/M

42.11%

53.33%

40.00%

40.00%

44.44%

Dividend yield (annualized)

3.81%

3.67%

3.43%

2.99%

3.06%

3.19%

N/M Not meaningful

(1) Represents an estimate as of September 30, 2014. All preceding quarters represent actual amounts.

(2) The tables in this earnings release present computation of earnings and certain other ratios using non-GAAP financial measures, which we believe provide investors with information that is useful in understanding our financial performance and position. See Appendix A for further detail.

(3) Share count excludes unallocated ESOP shares and unvested restricted stock shares.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Appendix A – Non-GAAP Reconciliation

(in thousands, except per share amounts)

2014

2013

Nine months ended

Third

Second

First

Fourth

Third

Second

September 30,

September 30,

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

2014

2013

Financial ratios computed on an operating basis(1):

Earnings per basic share

$ 0.18

$ 0.19

$ 0.17

$ 0.20

$ 0.20

$ 0.18

$ 0.54

$ 0.55

Earnings per diluted share

0.18

0.19

0.17

0.20

0.20

0.18

0.54

0.55

Weighted average shares outstanding – basic(2)

350,381

350,229

349,906

349,718

349,653

349,542

350,174

349,492

Weighted average shares outstanding – diluted(2)

351,898

351,541

351,408

350,699

350,896

350,384

351,570

350,368

Noninterest income as a percentage of net revenue(3)

21.62%

22.93%

22.08%

24.17%

24.78%

26.18%

22.21%

25.36%

Pre-tax, pre-provision income

99,210

108,554

109,091

142,442

137,769

129,819

316,855

385,364

Pre-tax, pre-provision income per diluted share

0.28

0.31

0.31

0.41

0.39

0.37

0.90

1.10

Pre-tax, pre-provision return on average assets

1.02%

1.14%

1.17%

1.51%

1.47%

1.41%

1.11%

1.39%

Net interest margin(4)

3.21%

3.26%

3.33%

3.41%

3.40%

3.36%

3.27%

3.39%

Interest yield on average loans(4)

3.80%

3.89%

3.98%

4.04%

4.14%

4.19%

3.89%

4.19%

Rate paid on interest-bearing liabilities

0.44%

0.44%

0.44%

0.43%

0.43%

0.43%

0.44%

0.44%

Efficiency ratio

71.55%

69.22%

68.60%

61.46%

62.66%

64.43%

69.79%

64.63%

Effective tax rate

9.1%

14.0%

19.6%

29.7%

28.2%

32.0%

14.4%

30.3%

Return on average assets

0.73%

0.77%

0.73%

0.82%

0.85%

0.77%

0.74%

0.79%

Return on average equity

5.51%

5.84%

5.46%

6.18%

6.37%

5.72%

5.61%

5.86%

Return on average tangible equity(5)

10.89%

11.68%

11.02%

12.64%

13.20%

11.75%

11.19%

12.19%

Return on average common equity

5.28%

5.62%

5.20%

5.99%

6.18%

5.48%

5.37%

5.64%

Return on average tangible common equity(6)

11.19%

12.10%

11.33%

13.25%

13.92%

12.21%

11.54%

12.73%

Reconciliation of noninterest expense on operating basis to reported noninterest expense(1):

Total noninterest expense on operating basis (Non-GAAP)

$ 249,461

$ 244,115

$ 238,380

$ 227,148

$ 231,193

$ 235,170

$ 731,956

$ 704,029

Restructuring charges

2,364

10,356

12,720

Goodwill impairment

800,000

800,000

Deposit account remediation

45,000

45,000

Total reported noninterest expense (GAAP)

$ 1,096,825

$ 244,115

$ 248,736

$ 227,148

$ 231,193

$ 235,170

$ 1,589,676

$ 704,029

Reconciliation of net operating income to net income(1):

Net operating income (Non-GAAP)

$ 70,875

$ 73,785

$ 67,789

$ 77,690

$ 79,143

$ 71,134

$ 212,449

$ 217,562

Nonoperating income and expenses, net of tax:

Restructuring charges

1,557

8,345

9,902

Goodwill impairment

697,319

697,319

Deposit account remediation

29,233

29,233

Total nonoperating expenses, net of tax

728,109

8,345

736,454

Net income (loss) (GAAP)

$ (657,234)

$ 73,785

$ 59,444

$ 77,690

$ 79,143

$ 71,134

$ (524,005)

$ 217,562

Reconciliation of net operating income available to common stockholders to net income available to common stockholders(1):

Net operating income available to common stockholders (Non-GAAP)

$ 63,328

$ 66,238

$ 60,242

$ 70,143

$ 71,596

$ 63,587

$ 189,808

$ 194,921

Nonoperating income and expenses, net of tax:

Restructuring charges

1,557

8,345

9,902

Goodwill impairment

697,319

697,319

Deposit account remediation

29,233

29,233

Total nonoperating income and expenses, net of tax

728,109

8,345

736,454

Net income (loss) available to common stockholders (GAAP)

$ (664,781)

$ 66,238

$ 51,897

$ 70,143

$ 71,596

$ 63,587

$ (546,646)

$ 194,921

Computation of pre-tax,pre-provision income:

Net interest income

$ 273,279

$ 271,812

$ 270,747

$ 280,278

$ 277,540

$ 269,443

$ 815,838

$ 813,113

Noninterest income

75,392

80,857

76,724

89,312

91,422

95,546

232,973

276,280

Noninterest expense

(1,096,825)

(244,115)

(248,736)

(227,148)

(231,193)

(235,170)

(1,589,676)

(704,029)

Pre-tax, pre-provision income (loss) (GAAP)

(748,154)

108,554

98,735

142,442

137,769

129,819

(540,865)

385,364

Add back: non-operating noninterest expenses (1)

847,364

10,356

857,720

Pre-tax, pre-provision income (Non-GAAP)(1)

$ 99,210

$ 108,554

$ 109,091

$ 142,442

$ 137,769

$ 129,819

$ 316,855

$ 385,364

(1) Noninterest expense on an operating basis, net operating income, and pre-tax, pre-provision income on an operating basis are non-GAAP measures that we believe provide meaningful comparisons of our underlying operational performance and facilitates investors’ assessments of business and performance trends in comparison to others in the financial services industry. In addition, we believe exclusion of these nonoperating items enables management to perform a more effective evaluation and comparison of our results and to assess performance in relation to our ongoing operations.

(2) Share count excludes unallocated ESOP shares and unvested restricted stock shares.

(3) Net revenue is comprised of net interest income and noninterest income.

(4) Yields and rates calculated on a tax equivalent basis.

(5) Tangible equity is a non-GAAP measure and excludes goodwill and other intangibles.

(6) Tangible common equity is a non-GAAP measure and excludes goodwill and other intangibles as well as preferred stock.

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc.

Appendix A – Non-GAAP Reconciliation (Cont.)

(in thousands, except per share amounts)

2014

2013

Nine months ended

Third

Second

First

Fourth

Third

Second

September 30,

September 30,

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

Quarter

2014

2013

Computation of Ending Tangible Assets:

Total assets

$ 38,231,999

$ 38,624,752

$ 37,990,444

$ 37,628,362

$ 37,340,541

$ 37,149,727

$ 38,231,999

$ 37,340,541

Less: Goodwill and other intangibles

(1,723,437)

(2,528,481)

(2,535,271)

(2,542,783)

(2,549,931)

(2,557,560)

(1,723,437)

(2,549,931)

Tangible assets

$ 36,508,562

$ 36,096,271

$ 35,455,173

$ 35,085,579

$ 34,790,610

$ 34,592,167

$ 36,508,562

$ 34,790,610

Computation of Average Tangible Assets:

Total assets

$ 38,591,116

$ 38,211,808

$ 38,211,808

$ 37,378,780

$ 37,093,236

$ 36,982,893

$ 38,186,687

$ 36,962,164

Less: Goodwill and other intangibles

(2,517,841)

(2,531,612)

(2,531,612)

(2,546,031)

(2,553,647)

(2,561,507)

(2,529,371)

(2,574,650)

Tangible assets

$ 36,073,275

$ 35,680,196

$ 35,680,196

$ 34,832,749

$ 34,539,589

$ 34,421,386

$ 35,657,316

$ 34,387,514

Computation of Ending Tangible Equity:

Total stockholders’ equity

$ 4,355,660

$ 5,078,818

$ 5,026,219

$ 4,993,353

$ 4,938,197

$ 4,902,744

$ 4,355,660

$ 4,938,197

Less: Goodwill and other intangibles

(1,723,437)

(2,528,481)

(2,535,271)

(2,542,783)

(2,549,931)

(2,557,560)

(1,723,437)

(2,549,931)

Tangible equity

$ 2,632,223

$ 2,550,337

$ 2,490,948

$ 2,450,570

$ 2,388,266

$ 2,345,184

$ 2,632,223

$ 2,388,266

Computation of Ending Tangible Common Equity:

Total stockholders’ equity

$ 4,355,660

$ 5,078,818

$ 5,026,219

$ 4,993,353

$ 4,938,197

$ 4,902,744

$ 4,355,660

$ 4,938,197

Less: Goodwill and other intangibles

(1,723,437)

(2,528,481)

(2,535,271)

(2,542,783)

(2,549,931)

(2,557,560)

(1,723,437)

(2,549,931)

Less: Preferred stockholders’ equity

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

Tangible common equity

$ 2,294,221

$ 2,212,335

$ 2,152,946

$ 2,112,568

$ 2,050,264

$ 2,007,182

$ 2,294,221

$ 2,050,264

Computation of Average Tangible Equity:

Total stockholders’ equity

$ 5,100,494

$ 5,065,008

$ 5,034,093

$ 4,984,003

$ 4,932,949

$ 4,989,006

$ 5,066,774

$ 4,960,026

Less: Goodwill and other intangibles

(2,517,841)

(2,531,612)

(2,538,891)

(2,546,031)

(2,553,647)

(2,561,507)

(2,529,371)

(2,574,650)

Tangible equity

$ 2,582,653

$ 2,533,396

$ 2,495,202

$ 2,437,972

$ 2,379,302

$ 2,427,499

$ 2,537,403

$ 2,385,376

Computation of Average Tangible Common Equity:

Total stockholders’ equity

$ 5,100,494

$ 5,065,008

$ 5,034,093

$ 4,984,003

$ 4,932,949

$ 4,989,006

$ 5,066,774

$ 4,960,026

Less: Goodwill and other intangibles

(2,517,841)

(2,531,612)

(2,538,891)

(2,546,031)

(2,553,647)

(2,561,507)

(2,529,371)

(2,574,650)

Less: Preferred stockholders’ equity

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

Tangible common equity

$ 2,244,651

$ 2,195,394

$ 2,157,200

$ 2,099,970

$ 2,041,300

$ 2,089,497

$ 2,199,401

$ 2,047,374

Computation of Tier 1 Common Capital:

Tier 1 capital

$ 2,632,177

$ 2,613,584

$ 2,562,261

$ 2,525,656

$ 2,464,801

$ 2,406,473

$ 2,632,177

$ 2,464,801

Less: Qualifying restricted core capital elements

(113,556)

(113,330)

(113,107)

(112,886)

(112,667)

(112,449)

(113,556)

(112,667)

Less: Perpetual non-cumulative preferred stock

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

(338,002)

Tier 1 common capital (Non-GAAP)

$ 2,180,619

$ 2,162,252

$ 2,111,152

$ 2,074,768

$ 2,014,132

$ 1,956,022

$ 2,180,619

$ 2,014,132
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First Niagara ContactsInvestors:Ram ShankarSenior Vice President, Investor Relations(716) 270-8623ram.shankar@fnfg.comNews Media:David LanzilloSenior Vice President, Corporate Communications(716) 819-5780david.lanzillo@fnfg.com

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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–

Fitch Ratings affirms the ratings on the class A notes currently rated ‘AAAsf’ issued by South Carolina Student Loan Corp., Series 2010-1. The Outlook is Stable.

Key Rating Drivers:

Collateral Quality: The trust collateral is composed of 100% Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) loans. In Fitch’s opinion, the credit quality of the trust collateral is higher based on the guaranties provided by eligible guarantors and reinsurance provided by the U.S. Department of Education (ED) for at least 97% of principal and accrued interest. The Stable Outlook on the notes is consistent with Fitch’s affirmation of the U.S. sovereign rating at ‘AAA’, Outlook Stable.

Sufficient Credit Enhancement (CE): Transaction CE is provided by overcollateralization and excess spread. As of July 2014, reported parity is at 106.87%. Excess cash has not been released as the trust is currently in turbo. All remaining funds are used to pay down the notes. Excess funds may be released once all of the notes have been paid in full.

Adequate Liquidity Support: Liquidity support is provided by a reserve account sized at the greater of 0.25% of the pool balance and 0.10% of the initial pool balance. As of July 2014, reserve account balance is $1,069,884.

Satisfactory Servicing Capabilities: South Carolina Student Loan Corporation, servicing 100% of the loans, as well as Nelnet Servicing LLC as a backup servicer, have both demonstrated adequate servicing capabilities. In Fitch’s opinion, both are acceptable servicers of FFELP student loans

Rating Sensitivities

Since FFELP student loan ABS rely on the U.S. government to reimburse defaults, ‘AAAsf’ FFELP ABS ratings will likely move in tandem with the ‘AAA’ U.S. sovereign rating. Aside from the U.S. sovereign rating, defaults and basis risk account for the majority of the risk embedded in FFELP student loan transactions. Additional defaults and basis shock beyond Fitch’s published stresses could result in future downgrades. Likewise, a buildup of credit enhancement driven by positive excess spread given favorable basis factor conditions could lead to future upgrades.

Initial Key Rating Drivers and Rating Sensitivity further described in the New Issue Report published on Dec. 10, 2010.

Fitch has taken the following rating actions:

South Carolina Student Loan Corp., Series 2010-1:

–Class A-2 affirmed at ‘AAAsf’; Outlook Stable;

–Class A-3 affirmed at ‘AAAsf’; Outlook Stable.

Additional information is available at ‘www.fitchratings.com

Applicable Criteria and Related Research:

–’Global Structured Finance Rating Criteria’ May 20, 2014;

–’Rating U.S. Federal Family Education Loan Program Student Loan ABS Criteria’ June 23, 2014.

–’Representations, Warranties, and Enforcement Mechanisms in Global Structured Finance Transactions — Amended’, April 17, 2012.

–’South Carolina Student Loan Corp., Series 2010-1′, Dec. 10, 2010.

Applicable Criteria and Related Research:

Rating U.S. Federal Family Education Loan Program Student Loan ABS Criteria

http://www.fitchratings.com/creditdesk/reports/report_frame.cfm?rpt_id=750530

Global Structured Finance Rating Criteria

http://www.fitchratings.com/creditdesk/reports/report_frame.cfm?rpt_id=754389

Representations, Warranties, and Enforcement Mechanisms in Global Structured Finance Transactions

http://www.fitchratings.com/creditdesk/reports/report_frame.cfm?rpt_id=676496

Additional Disclosure

Solicitation Status

http://www.fitchratings.com/gws/en/disclosure/solicitation?pr_id=906294

ALL FITCH CREDIT RATINGS ARE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. PLEASE READ THESE LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMERS BY FOLLOWING THIS LINK: HTTP://FITCHRATINGS.COM/UNDERSTANDINGCREDITRATINGS. IN ADDITION, RATING DEFINITIONS AND THE TERMS OF USE OF SUCH RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE AGENCY’S PUBLIC WEBSITE ‘WWW.FITCHRATINGS.COM‘. PUBLISHED RATINGS, CRITERIA AND METHODOLOGIES ARE AVAILABLE FROM THIS SITE AT ALL TIMES. FITCH’S CODE OF CONDUCT, CONFIDENTIALITY, CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, AFFILIATE FIREWALL, COMPLIANCE AND OTHER RELEVANT POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FROM THE ‘CODE OF CONDUCT’ SECTION OF THIS SITE. FITCH MAY HAVE PROVIDED ANOTHER PERMISSIBLE SERVICE TO THE RATED ENTITY OR ITS RELATED THIRD PARTIES. DETAILS OF THIS SERVICE FOR RATINGS FOR WHICH THE LEAD ANALYST IS BASED IN AN EU-REGISTERED ENTITY CAN BE FOUND ON THE ENTITY SUMMARY PAGE FOR THIS ISSUER ON THE FITCH WEBSITE.

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Director

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33 Whitehall St.

New York, NY 10004

or

Committee Chairperson

Tracy Wan

Senior Director

+1-212-908-9171

or

Sandro Scenga

Media Relations

+1-212-908-0278

New York

sandro.scenga@fitchratings.com

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