All posts tagged revenue

EVERTEC reports $23M in net income for 1Q18
May 2, 2018, No Comments

EVERTEC Inc. announced results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2018, including net income attributable to common s ...

NY Fed study: P.R. small biz sector was already challenged pre-storms
January 30, 2018, No Comments

Prior to the extensive damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and María to Puerto Rico last September, the island’s small b ...

Gov’t reports $649.4M in July revenue collections
August 21, 2017, No Comments

Treasury Secretary Raúl Maldonado-Gautier announced that net revenues recorded to the General Fund in July, when Fiscal ...

Triple-S reports $12.7M in net income for 2Q17
August 9, 2017, No Comments

Triple-S Management Corp. announced Tuesday consolidated revenues of $745.9 million and net income of $12.7 million, or ...

Evertec reports $103.5M in 2Q17 revenue, up 6% YOY
August 2, 2017, No Comments

Evertec Inc. announced Tuesday results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2017, which put total revenue for the quart ...

Popular reports $96.2M in 2Q17 income
July 27, 2017, No Comments

Popular Inc. reported a net income of $96.2 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2017, up .08 percent compared to a ne ...

Treasury: FY ’17 collections exceed $9.3B, up 1.7% YOY
July 21, 2017, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s net revenue recorded to the General Fund for Fiscal 2017 (July-June) exceeded $9.3 billion, representing ...

P.R. Treasury Dept. collects $708.8M in May
June 21, 2017, No Comments

Net revenues recorded to the General Fund totaled $708.8 million in May, with fiscal year-to-date (July-May) revenues re ...

Gov’t: ‘We effectively faced expiration of Medicaid funds’
June 15, 2017, No Comments

The Government of Puerto Rico took a series of steps to address the expiration of the Medicaid federal funds and the com ...

Treasury collects $994.4M in March, $64.7M more YOY
April 21, 2017, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Treasury Department reported Thursday that net revenues recorded in the General Fund in March totaled $9 ...