SLM Net Income 2010-2023 | SLM

SLM net income from 2010 to 2023. Net income can be defined as company's net profit or loss after all revenues, income items, and expenses have been accounted for.
SLM Annual Net Income
(Millions of US $)
2023 $564
2022 $460
2021 $1,156
2020 $871
2019 $561
2018 $472
2017 $273
2016 $229
2015 $255
2014 $181
2013 $259
2012 $218
2011 $615
2010 $458
2009 $178
SLM Quarterly Net Income
(Millions of US $)
2023-12-31 $164
2023-09-30 $25
2023-06-30 $261
2023-03-31 $114
2022-12-31 $-81
2022-09-30 $73
2022-06-30 $340
2022-03-31 $128
2021-12-31 $305
2021-09-30 $72
2021-06-30 $139
2021-03-31 $640
2020-12-31 $431
2020-09-30 $169
2020-06-30 $-88
2020-03-31 $359
2019-12-31 $137
2019-09-30 $124
2019-06-30 $146
2019-03-31 $154
2018-12-31 $143
2018-09-30 $100
2018-06-30 $106
2018-03-31 $123
2017-12-31 $44
2017-09-30 $73
2017-06-30 $67
2017-03-31 $89
2016-12-31 $65
2016-09-30 $52
2016-06-30 $52
2016-03-31 $61
2015-12-31 $85
2015-09-30 $41
2015-06-30 $86
2015-03-31 $43
2014-12-31 $15
2014-09-30 $78
2014-06-30 $41
2014-03-31 $47
2013-12-31 $-208
2013-09-30 $49
2013-06-30 $76
2013-03-31 $341
2012-12-31 $-359
2012-09-30 $183
2012-06-30 $287
2012-03-31 $107
2011-12-31 $506
2011-09-30 $-52
2011-06-30 $-10
2011-03-31 $171
2010-12-31 $431
2010-09-30 $-514
2010-06-30 $319
2010-03-31 $221
2009-12-31 $258
2009-09-30 $116
2009-06-30 $-149
2009-03-31 $-48
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Finance - Consumer Loands $4.555B $2.839B
SLM Corporation (Sallie Mae) is a bellwether in education finance in the United States, with market presence for more than 40 years. The company is the nation's saving, planning, and paying for college company. Whether college is a long way off or just around the corner, Sallie Mae offers products that promote responsible personal finance, including private education loans, Upromise rewards, scholarship search, college financial planning tools, and online retail banking. It also offers a range of deposit products insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ('FDIC'). The company's Private Education Loans portfolio consists of education loans to students or their families, which are not made, insured or guaranteed by any state or federal government. The company also undertakes additional funding, liquidity and revenues through the sale or securitization of loan assets, which it originates as well as the servicing of the loan assets that are sold to third parties.
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