Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (tabular amounts in millions, except for ratios, or as indicated)


Item 2. Management report and analysis of the financial situation and operating results


INTRODUCTION

The Charles Schwab Corporation (CSC) is a savings and loan holding company. CSC
engages, through its subsidiaries (collectively referred to as Schwab or the
Company), in wealth management, securities brokerage, banking, asset management,
custody, and financial advisory services.

The main commercial subsidiaries of CSC are as follows:

•Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (CS&Co), incorporated in 1971, a securities
broker-dealer;
•TD Ameritrade, Inc., an introducing securities broker-dealer;
•TD Ameritrade Clearing, Inc. (TDAC), a securities broker-dealer that provides
trade execution and clearing services to TD Ameritrade, Inc.;
•Charles Schwab Bank, SSB (CSB), our principal banking entity; and
•Charles Schwab Investment Management, Inc. (CSIM), the investment advisor for
Schwab's proprietary mutual funds (Schwab Funds®) and for Schwab's
exchange-traded funds (Schwab ETFs™).

Unless otherwise specified, references to “Schwab”, “the company”, “we”, “us” or “our” refer to CSC and its consolidated subsidiaries.

Schwab provides financial services to individuals and institutional clients
through two segments - Investor Services and Advisor Services. The Investor
Services segment provides retail brokerage, investment advisory, and banking and
trust services to individual investors, and retirement plan services, as well as
other corporate brokerage services, to businesses and their employees. The
Advisor Services segment provides custodial, trading, banking and trust, and
support services, as well as retirement business services, to independent
registered investment advisors (RIAs), independent retirement advisors, and
recordkeepers.

Schwab was founded on the belief that all Americans deserve access to a better
investing experience. Although much has changed in the intervening years, our
purpose remains clear - to champion every client's goals with passion and
integrity. Guided by this purpose and our vision of creating the most trusted
leader in investment services, management has adopted a strategy described as
"Through Clients' Eyes."

This strategy emphasizes placing clients' perspectives, needs, and desires at
the forefront. Because investing plays a fundamental role in building financial
security, we strive to deliver a better investing experience for our clients -
individual investors and the people and institutions who serve them - by
disrupting longstanding industry practices on their behalf and providing
superior service. We also aim to offer a broad range of products and solutions
to meet client needs with a focus on transparency, value, and trust. In
addition, management works to couple Schwab's scale and resources with ongoing
expense discipline to keep costs low and ensure that products and solutions are
affordable as well as responsive to client needs. In combination, these are the
key elements of our "no trade-offs" approach to serving investors. We believe
that following this strategy is the best way to maximize our market valuation
and stockholder returns over time.

Management estimates that investable wealth in the United States (U.S.)
(consisting of assets in defined contribution, retail wealth management and
brokerage, and registered investment advisor channels, along with bank deposits)
currently exceeds $70 trillion, which means the Company's $7.86 trillion in
client assets leaves substantial opportunity for growth. Our strategy is based
on the principle that developing trusted relationships will translate into more
assets from both new and existing clients, ultimately driving more revenue, and
along with expense discipline and thoughtful capital management, will generate
earnings growth and build long-term stockholder value.

This Management's Discussion and Analysis should be read in conjunction with our
Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2021 (2021
Form 10-K).

On our website, https://www.aboutschwab.com, we post the following filings after
they are electronically filed with or furnished to the Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC or Commission): annual reports on Form 10-K, quarterly reports
on Form 10-Q, current reports on Form 8-K, and any amendments to those reports
filed or furnished pursuant to Section 13(a)
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Management report and analysis of the financial situation and the results of

                                   Operations
           (Tabular Amounts in Millions, Except Ratios, or as Noted)

or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. In addition, the website also
includes the Dodd-Frank stress test results, our regulatory capital disclosures
based on Basel III, and our average liquidity coverage ratio (LCR). The SEC
maintains a website at https://www.sec.gov that contains reports, proxy
statements, and other information that we file electronically with them.


FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

In addition to historical information, this Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q
contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the
Securities Act, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Forward-looking statements are identified by words such as "believe,"
"anticipate," "expect," "intend," "plan," "will," "may," "estimate," "appear,"
"could," "would," "expand," "aim," "maintain," "continue," "seek," and other
similar expressions. In addition, any statements that refer to expectations,
projections, or other characterizations of future events or circumstances are
forward-looking statements.

These forward-looking statements, which reflect management's beliefs,
objectives, and expectations as of the date hereof, are estimates based on the
best judgment of Schwab's senior management. These statements relate to, among
other things:

•Maximizing our market valuation and stockholder returns over time; our belief
that developing trusted relationships will translate into more client assets
which drives revenue and, along with expense discipline and thoughtful capital
management, generates earnings growth and builds stockholder value (see
Introduction in Part I - Item 2);
•Capital management; sources of liquidity and capital; Tier 1 Leverage Ratio
operating objective (see Overview, Liquidity Risk, and Capital Management);
•Expected timing for the TD Ameritrade client conversions; cost estimates and
timing related to the TD Ameritrade integration, including acquisition and
integration-related costs and capital expenditures, cost synergies, and exit and
other related costs (see Overview, Exit and Other Related Liabilities in Part I
- Item 1 - Financial Information - Notes to Condensed Consolidated Financial
Statements (Item 1) - Note 10);
•Net interest revenue; money market fund fee waivers (see Results of
Operations);
•Capital expenditures (see Results of Operations);
•The phase-out of the use of LIBOR (see Risk Management);
•The migration of Insured Deposit Account (IDA) agreement balances to our
balance sheet (see Capital Management and Commitments and Contingencies in Item
1 - Note 9);
•The expected impact of new accounting standards not yet adopted (see New
Accounting Standards in Item 1 - Note 2);
•The likelihood of indemnification and guarantee payment obligations and clients
failing to fulfill contractual obligations (see Commitments and Contingencies in
Item 1 - Note 9); and
•The impact of legal proceedings and regulatory matters (see Commitments and
Contingencies in Item 1 - Note 9 and Legal Proceedings in Part II - Item 1).

Achievement of the expressed beliefs, objectives, and expectations described in
these statements is subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause
actual results to differ materially from the expressed beliefs, objectives, and
expectations. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these
forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this Quarterly
Report on Form 10-Q or, in the case of documents incorporated by reference, as
of the date of those documents.

Important factors that may cause actual results to differ include, but are not
limited to:
•General market conditions, including equity valuations, trading activity, and
the level of interest rates;
•Our ability to attract and retain clients, develop trusted relationships, and
grow client assets;
•Client use of our advisory and lending solutions and other products and
services;
•The level of client assets, including cash balances;
•Competitive pressure on pricing, including deposit rates;
•Client sensitivity to rates;
•Regulatory guidance;
•Capital and liquidity needs and management;
•Our ability to manage expenses;
•Our ability to attract and retain talent;
•Our ability to develop and launch new and enhanced products, services, and
capabilities, as well as enhance our infrastructure, in a timely and successful
manner;
•Our ability to monetize client assets;
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•The scope and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic and actions taken by
governmental authorities to contain the spread of the virus and the economic
impact;
•Our ability to support client activity levels;
•The risk that expected cost synergies and other benefits from the TD Ameritrade
acquisition may not be fully realized or may take longer to realize than
expected and that integration-related expenses may be higher than expected;
•The timing and scope of integration-related and other technology projects;
•Real estate and workforce decisions;
•Migrations of bank deposit account balances (BDA balances);
•Balance sheet positioning relative to changes in interest rates;
•Prepayment levels for mortgage-backed securities;
•Client cash allocations;
•LIBOR trends;
•Adverse developments in litigation or regulatory matters and any related
charges; and
•Potential breaches of contractual terms for which we have indemnification and
guarantee obligations.

Certain of these factors, as well as general risk factors affecting the Company,
are discussed in greater detail in Part I - Item 1A - Risk Factors in the 2021
Form 10-K.



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   Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of
                                   Operations
           (Tabular Amounts in Millions, Except Ratios, or as Noted)

OVERVIEW

Management focuses on several customer activities and financial measures to assess Schwab’s financial condition and operating performance. The results for the first quarters of 2022 and 2021 are as follows:

                                                                      Three Months Ended
                                                                           March 31,                     Percent
                                                                    2022               2021               Change
Client Metrics
Net new client assets (in billions) (1)                         $   120.5          $   133.8                  (10) %
Core net new client assets (in billions)                        $   120.5          $   148.2                  (19) %
Client assets (in billions, at quarter end)                     $ 7,862.1          $ 7,069.1                   11  %
Average client assets (in billions)                             $ 7,766.4          $ 6,952.2                   12  %
New brokerage accounts (in thousands)                               1,202              3,153                  (62) %
Active brokerage accounts (in thousands, at quarter end)           33,577             31,902                    5  %

Assets subject to ongoing advisory services (in billions, $3,943.5

        $ 3,493.1                   13  %

end of quarter) Client cash as a percentage of client assets (end of quarter) 11.4%

            11.5  %
Company Financial Information and Metrics
Total net revenues                                              $   4,672          $   4,715                   (1) %
Total expenses excluding interest                                   2,833              2,755                    3  %
Income before taxes on income                                       1,839              1,960                   (6) %
Taxes on income                                                       437                476                   (8) %
Net income                                                          1,402              1,484                   (6) %
Preferred stock dividends and other                                   124                 96                   29  %
Net income available to common stockholders                     $   1,278          $   1,388                   (8) %
Earnings per common share - diluted                             $     .67          $     .73                   (8) %
Net revenue growth from prior year                                     (1) %              80  %
Pre-tax profit margin                                                39.4  %            41.6  %
Return on average common stockholders' equity (annualized)             12  %              12  %

Non-interest expense as a percentage of average customer 0.15%

            0.16  %
 assets (annualized)
Consolidated Tier 1 Leverage Ratio (at quarter end)                   6.1  %             6.4  %
Non-GAAP Financial Measures (2)
Adjusted total expenses (3)                                     $   2,583          $   2,482
Adjusted diluted EPS                                            $     .77          $     .84
Return on tangible common equity                                       26  %              24  %


(1) The first quarter of 2021 includes an outflow of $14.4 billion from a mutual
fund clearing services client.
(2) See Non-GAAP Financial Measures for further details and a reconciliation of
such measures to GAAP reported results.
(3) Adjusted total expenses is a non-GAAP financial measure adjusting total
expenses excluding interest. See Non-GAAP Financial Measures.

Schwab's business momentum remained strong during the first quarter of 2022, as
we supported clients through a challenging macroeconomic environment that
included continued progress against the COVID-19 pandemic, rising inflation,
geopolitical turmoil driven by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Federal
Reserve initiating its first tightening cycle since late 2015, and volatile
equity markets that remained below year-end 2021 levels for much of the quarter.

Against this backdrop, client engagement remained strong during the first
quarter of 2022, though client trading activity and new brokerage account
openings were substantially lower than the extraordinary levels seen in the
first quarter of 2021. Clients' daily average trades (DATs) totaled 6.6 million
in the first quarter of 2022, decreasing 22% from 8.4 million seen in the first
quarter of the prior year. Clients opened 1.2 million new brokerage accounts in
the first quarter of 2022, and core net new assets totaled $120.5 billion, which
represents a 6% annualized organic growth rate. We ended the first quarter of
2022 with 33.6 million active brokerage accounts and $7.86 trillion in total
client assets, up 5% and 11%, respectively, over year-earlier levels.

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Schwab's first quarter 2022 financial results reflected the Company's ongoing
success with clients while contending with the effects of a challenging
environment. First quarter 2022 net income totaled $1.4 billion, down 6% from
the first quarter of 2021, and the Company produced diluted earnings per common
share (EPS) of $.67, down 8% from the first quarter of 2021. Adjusted diluted
EPS (1), which excludes acquisition and integration-related costs, amortization
of acquired intangible assets, and related income tax effects, was $.77, a
decrease of 8% from the first quarter of 2021.

Total net revenues were $4.7 billion in the first quarter of 2022, down 1% from
the first quarter of 2021, with growth in net interest revenue and asset
management and administration fees largely offsetting the effects of decreases
in other revenue streams. Net interest revenue totaled $2.2 billion in the first
quarter of 2022, increasing 14% over the first quarter of 2021 primarily due to
growth in interest-earning assets and some improvement in short-term interest
rates. Asset management and administration fees totaled $1.1 billion, increasing
5% from the first quarter of 2021 as a result of growth in advice solutions
balances and proprietary mutual funds and ETFs, as well as lower money market
fund fee waivers. Growth in net interest revenue and asset management and
administration fees was somewhat muted by equity market weakness and volatility,
which affected margin loan balances and securities lending activity as well as
client asset valuations.

Trading revenue was $963 million in the first quarter of 2022, down 21% from the
first quarter of 2021. Client trading activity remained strong as DATs increased
8% from the fourth quarter of 2021, though volume was down significantly from
the extraordinary levels seen in the first quarter of 2021. Bank deposit account
fee revenues totaled $294 million in the first quarter of 2022, down 16% from
the first quarter of 2021. Bank deposit account balances (BDA balances) totaled
$154.8 billion at March 31, 2022, down 6% from March 31, 2021 and down 2% from
year-end 2021, reflecting migrations to Schwab's balance sheet in 2021 and the
first quarter of 2022 partially offset by growth in client cash balances.

Total expenses excluding interest increased 3% from the first quarter of 2021 to
$2.8 billion in the first quarter of 2022, which included $96 million of
acquisition and integration-related costs and $154 million of amortization of
acquired intangible assets. Exclusive of these items, adjusted total expenses
(1) were $2.6 billion in the first quarter of 2022, increasing 4% from the first
quarter of 2021. These increases in expenses reflect higher compensation and
benefits expense as we invest in our people and our ability to support current
and ongoing growth in our client base. Return on average common stockholders'
equity remained consistent year-over-year at 12%, while return on tangible
common equity (1) increased to 26% in the first quarter of 2022 from 24% in the
year-earlier period due to lower stockholders' equity. The decrease in
stockholders' equity was due to a decrease in AOCI as higher market interest
rates resulted in larger unrealized losses on our available for sale (AFS)
portfolio.

The Company's priority for capital management remains centered on maintaining
flexibility for supporting ongoing growth. Total balance sheet assets increased
2% from year-end 2021, primarily as a result of the migration of $12.7 billion
of Insured Deposit Account (IDA) balances onto our balance sheet during the
first quarter of the year. To support our capital position for this growth in
assets in the first quarter of 2022, we issued $750 million in preferred stock.
During the first quarter we also issued $3.0 billion in senior notes primarily
for ongoing liquidity purposes. At the end of the first quarter of 2022,
Schwab's Tier 1 Leverage Ratio was 6.1%, down slightly from year-end 2021.

(1) Adjusted diluted EPS, adjusted total expenses, and return on tangible common
equity are non-GAAP financial measures. Please see Non-GAAP Financial Measures
for further details and a reconciliation of such measures to GAAP reported
results.

TD Ameritrade integration

Effective October 6, 2020, the Company completed its acquisition of TD
Ameritrade Holding Corporation (TDA Holding) and its consolidated subsidiaries
(collectively referred to as "TD Ameritrade" or "TDA"). Integration work
continued during the first quarter of 2022. Based on our current integration
plans and expanded scope of technology work, the Company continues to expect to
complete client conversions across multiple groups within approximately 30 to 36
months from the October 6, 2020 acquisition date, ending in the fourth quarter
of 2023. We continue to expect to incur total acquisition and
integration-related costs and capital expenditures of between $2.0 billion and
$2.2 billion.

The Company's estimates of the nature, amounts, and timing of recognition of
acquisition and integration-related costs remain subject to change based on a
number of factors, including the expected duration and complexity of the
integration process and the continued uncertainty of the current economic
environment. More specifically, factors that could cause variability in our
expected acquisition and integration-related costs include the level of employee
attrition, workforce redeployment from eliminated positions into open roles,
changes in the levels of client activity, as well as increased real
estate-related exit cost variability due to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
including changes in remote working trends.
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Acquisition and integration-related costs, which are inclusive of related exit
costs, totaled $96 million and $119 million for the first quarters of 2022 and
2021, respectively. Over the course of the integration, we continue to expect to
realize annualized cost synergies of between $1.8 billion and $2.0 billion, and,
through March 31, 2022, we have achieved over half of this amount on an
annualized run-rate basis. Estimated timing and amounts of synergy realization
are subject to change as we progress in the integration. Refer to Part II - Item
7 - Overview in our 2021 Form 10-K and Item 1 - Note 10 for additional
information regarding our integration of TD Ameritrade.


RESULTS OF OPERATIONS

Total Net Revenues

The following tables provide a comparison of revenues by category:

                                                                                  2022                                    2021
                                                                                           % of                                    % of
                                                  Percent                               Total Net                               Total Net
Three Months Ended March 31,                       Change             Amount             Revenues             Amount             Revenues
Net interest revenue
Interest revenue                                        15  %       $ 2,319                     50  %       $ 2,015                     43  %
Interest expense                                        31  %          (136)                    (3) %          (104)                    (2) %
Net interest revenue                                    14  %         2,183                     47  %         1,911                     41  %
Asset management and administration fees
Mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs),
and collective trust                                     4  %           489                     10  %           470                     10  %
 funds (CTFs)
Advice solutions                                         6  %           496                     11  %           468                     10  %
Other                                                    6  %            83                      2  %            78                      2  %
Asset management and administration fees                 5  %         1,068                     23  %         1,016                     22  %
Trading revenue
Commissions                                            (21) %           484                     10  %           614                     13  %
Order flow revenue                                     (20) %           470                     10  %           591                     13  %
Principal transactions                                 (18) %             9                      -               11                      -
Trading revenue                                        (21) %           963                     20  %         1,216                     26  %
Bank deposit account fees                              (16) %           294                      6  %           351                      7  %
Other                                                  (26) %           164                      4  %           221                      4  %

Total net revenues                                      (1) %       $ 4,672                    100  %       $ 4,715                    100  %



Net Interest Revenue

Revenue on interest-earning assets is affected by various factors, such as the
composition of assets, prevailing interest rates and spreads at the time of
origination or purchase, changes in interest rates on floating-rate securities
and loans, and changes in prepayment levels for mortgage-backed and other
asset-backed securities and loans.

Interest rates largely remained historically low for much of the first quarter
of 2022. Short-term rates remained near zero until the Federal Reserve increased
the federal funds target overnight rate by 25 basis points near the end of the
quarter, while long-term interest rates steadily increased during the quarter.
Schwab continued to see strength in net new client assets and consistent client
cash allocation levels throughout the first three months of 2022, which, along
with transfers of BDA balances to the Company's balance sheet (see Bank Deposit
Account Fees), drove growth in Schwab's interest-earning assets. Partially
offsetting this growth, equity market volatility and softening investor
sentiment during the first quarter of 2022 reduced demand for margin loans,
which declined 7% from year-end 2021. In addition, over recent quarters, the
Company has increased its cash holdings and reduced the duration of incremental
investment securities purchases to provide flexibility to support potential
changes in client cash allocations associated with expected higher short-term
interest rates. These steps also help keep Schwab positioned to benefit if rates
increase further.

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The following table presents net interest revenue information corresponding to
interest-earning assets and funding sources on the condensed consolidated
balance sheets:

                                                                         2022                                                            2021
                                                                     Interest                                                        Interest
                                                  Average            Revenue/               Average               Average            Revenue/               Average
Three Months Ended March 31,                      Balance             Expense             Yield/Rate              Balance             Expense             Yield/Rate
Interest-earning assets
Cash and cash equivalents                      $   72,465          $       34                    0.19  %       $   38,898          $        7                    0.08  %
Cash and investments segregated                    51,913                  15                    0.11  %           48,149                  10          

0.08%

Receivables from brokerage clients                 84,204                 626                    2.97  %           67,738                 563                    3.32  %
Available for sale securities (1,2)               284,526                 947                    1.33  %          338,245               1,091                    1.29  %
Held to maturity securities (1,2)                 103,416                 378                    1.46  %                -                   -                       -
Bank loans                                         35,852                 187                    2.10  %           24,476                 139                    2.27  %
Total interest-earning assets                     632,376               2,187                    1.38  %          517,506               1,810                    1.40  %
Securities lending revenue                                                129                                                             204
Other interest revenue                                                      3                                                               1
Total interest-earning assets                  $  632,376          $    2,319                    1.47  %       $  517,506          $    2,015                    1.56  %
Funding sources
Bank deposits                                  $  452,692          $       16                    0.01  %       $  363,099          $       13                    0.01  %
Payables to brokerage clients                     105,929                   2                    0.01  %           87,339                   2                    0.01  %
Short-term borrowings (3)                           4,717                   4                    0.33  %            1,093                   -                    0.22  %
Long-term debt                                     19,864                 108                    2.18  %           14,245                  85                    2.37  %
Total interest-bearing liabilities                583,202                 130                    0.09  %          465,776                 100                    0.09  %
Non-interest-bearing funding sources               49,174                                                          51,730
Securities lending expense                                                  7                                                               5
Other interest expense                                                     (1)                                                             (1)
Total funding sources                          $  632,376          $      136                    0.09  %       $  517,506          $      104                    0.08  %
Net interest revenue                                               $    2,183                    1.38  %                           $    1,911                    1.48  %


(1) Amounts have been calculated based on amortized cost. Interest revenue on
investment securities is presented net of related premium amortization.
(2) In January 2022, the Company transferred a portion of its investment
securities designated as available for sale to the held to maturity category, as
described in Item 1 - Note 4.
(3) Interest revenue or expense was less than $500 thousand in the period or
periods presented.

Net interest revenue increased $272 million, or 14%, in the first quarter 2022
compared to the same period in 2021. This increase was due to overall growth in
interest-earning assets, as well as higher average yields on investment
securities as a result of some improvement in market interest rates and lower
premium amortization. Net premium amortization of investment securities
decreased to $486 million in the first quarter of 2022 from $624 million in the
first quarter of 2021. These positive effects were partially offset by lower
securities lending revenue and lower average yields in margin and bank lending.

Average interest-earning assets for the first quarter of 2022 were higher by 22%
compared to the same period in 2021. This increase was primarily due to growth
in bank deposits and payables to brokerage clients, which resulted from strong
net new client asset inflows and transfers of BDA balances to our balance sheet
in the second half of 2021 and the first quarter of 2022.

Net interest margin decreased to 1.38% during the first quarter of 2022 from
1.48% during the same period in 2021. This decrease was primarily driven by
lower securities lending revenue resulting from lower market demand, as well as
lower yields received on margin and bank lending which were consistent with
yields seen in the fourth quarter of 2021. Partially offsetting these decreases,
yields on investment securities improved as a result of higher market interest
rates. New issuances of long-term debt since the first quarter of 2021 have been
at lower interest rates, thereby increasing interest expense but lowering the
average rate, and helping the average yield on funding sources during the first
quarter of 2022 to remain relatively consistent with the first quarter of 2021.


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Asset management and administration fees

The following table shows asset management and administration fees, average client assets and average fee yields:

                                                                  2022                                                      2021
                                              Average                                                   Average
                                               Client                               Average              Client                               Average
Three Months Ended March 31,                   Assets            Revenue              Fee                Assets            Revenue              Fee

Schwab Money Market Fund before fees $144,732 $102

           0.29  %       $   169,683          $   122                0.29  %
waivers
Fee waivers                                                         (54)                                                      (78)
Schwab money market funds                  $   144,732               48                0.13  %       $   169,683               44                0.11  %
Schwab equity and bond funds, ETFs, and        456,326               97                0.09  %           377,282               86                0.09  %

FFC

Mutual Fund OneSource® and other               212,641              165                0.31  %           222,455              172                0.31  %
non-transaction fee funds
Other third-party mutual funds and ETFs        872,212              179                0.08  %           849,409              168                0.08  %
Total mutual funds, ETFs, and CTFs (1)     $ 1,685,911              489                0.12  %       $ 1,618,829              470                0.12  %
Advice solutions (1)
Fee-based                                  $   469,325              496                0.43  %       $   424,629              468                0.45  %
Non-fee-based                                   90,335                -                   -               84,767                -                   -

Total advice solutions                     $   559,660              496                0.36  %       $   509,396              468                0.37  %
Other balance-based fees (2)                   616,679               67                0.04  %           576,562               64                0.05  %
Other (3)                                                            16                                                        14
Total asset management and administration                       $ 1,068                                                   $ 1,016

costs

(1) Average client assets for advisory solutions may also include asset balances contained in the mutual fund and/or ETF categories listed above. (2) Includes various asset-related fees, such as trust fees, 401(k) record keeping fees, mutual fund clearing fees and other service fees. (3) Includes various service and transaction fees related to mutual funds and ETFs that are not balance-based.

Asset management and administration fees increased by $52 million, or 5%, in the
first quarter of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021. This increase was due
to growth in advice solutions and proprietary mutual funds and ETFs, as well as
lower money market fund fee waivers due to improved portfolio yields during the
first three months of 2022. These increases were partially offset by lower
balances in money market funds and Mutual Fund OneSource®, as well as equity
market weakness and volatility during the first quarter of 2022, which
negatively impacted client asset valuations. The Company anticipates that money
market fund fee waivers will be substantially eliminated following an additional
increase to the federal funds target rate of 25 basis points beyond the increase
in March.

The following table presents a roll forward of client assets for the Schwab
money market funds, Schwab equity and bond funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs),
and collective trust funds (CTFs), and Mutual Fund OneSource® and other
non-transaction fee (NTF) funds. These funds generated 29% and 30% of the asset
management and administration fees earned in the first quarter of 2022 and 2021,
respectively:

                                         Schwab Money                          Schwab Equity and                        Mutual Fund OneSource®
                                         Market Funds                      Bond Funds, ETFs, and CTFs                     and Other NTF funds
Three Months Ended March 31,        2022               2021                 2022                  2021                  2022                  2021

Balance at beginning of period $146,509 $176,089 $

  454,864          $ 341,689          $    234,940             $ 223,857
Net inflows (outflows)             (3,420)           (12,522)                  9,461             12,805                (8,556)               (4,688)
Net market gains (losses) and
other                                  16                 14                 (20,048)            19,323                 9,081                 8,120
Balance at end of period        $ 143,105          $ 163,581          $      444,277          $ 373,817          $    235,465             $ 227,289



Trading Revenue

Trading revenue includes commissions, order flow revenue, and principal
transaction revenues. Commissions and order flow revenue are primarily affected
by volume and mix of client trades executed. Principal transaction revenue is
recognized primarily as a result of accommodating clients' fixed income trading
activity, and includes adjustments to the fair value of securities positions
held to facilitate such client trading activity.
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The following table presents trading revenues and related information:

                                                                Three Months Ended March 31,              Percent
                                                                   2022                 2021              Change

Trading revenue                                              $          963          $ 1,216                   (21) %
Clients' daily average trades (DATs) (in thousands)                   6,578            8,414                   (22) %
Number of trading days                                                 62.0             61.0                     2  %
Revenue per trade (1)                                        $         2.36          $  2.37                     -

(1) Revenue per trade is calculated as trading revenue divided by DAT multiplied by the number of trading days.

Trading revenue decreased $253 million in the first quarter of 2022 compared to
the same period in 2021, primarily due to lower client trading activity during
the first quarter of 2022 relative to the extraordinary trading volume
experienced during the first quarter of 2021. This decreased trading activity in
the first quarter of 2022 resulted in lower commissions and order flow revenue,
which declined 21% and 20%, respectively, relative to the first quarter of 2021.

Bank deposit account fees

The Company earns bank deposit account fee revenue pursuant to the Insured
Deposit Account agreement (IDA agreement) with TD Bank USA, National Association
and TD Bank, National Association (together, the TD Depository Institutions) and
arrangements with other third-party banks.

The following table presents bank deposit account fee revenue, average BDA
balances, average net yield, and average balances earning floating- and
fixed-rate yields:

                                                               Three Months Ended March 31,
                                                                  2022                  2021           Percent Change
Bank deposit account fees                                  $          294           $     351                   (16) %
Average BDA balances                                       $      155,809           $ 166,750                    (7) %
Average net yield                                                    0.75  %             0.84  %
Percentage of average BDA balances designated as:
Fixed-rate balances                                                    77  %               79  %
Floating-rate balances                                                 23  %               21  %



Bank deposit account fees decreased $57 million, or 16%, in the first quarter of
2022 compared with the first quarter of 2021. This decrease was primarily due to
lower average BDA balances and lower average net yield. The Company transferred
$10.6 billion and $12.7 billion of BDA balances to its balance sheet during the
second half of 2021 and first quarter of 2022, respectively. The transfer of
these balances to our balance sheet was the primary driver of the decrease in
average BDA balances in the first quarter of 2022 compared with the first
quarter of 2021.

Transfers of BDA balances to Schwab's balance sheet result in lower balances
upon which bank deposit account fee revenue is earned but provide a source of
funding to invest in interest-earning assets to increase net interest revenue.
See also Capital Management and Item 1 - Note 9 for discussion of the IDA
agreement and the potential to move IDA balances to Schwab's balance sheet.

Other income

Other revenue includes exchange processing fees, certain service fees, software
fees, non-recurring gains, and the provision for credit losses on bank loans.
Other revenue decreased $57 million in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the
same period in 2021 primarily due to an increase in the provision for credit
losses on bank loans and lower exchange processing fees. The provision for
credit losses on bank loans increased as a result of higher loan loss factors
driven primarily by higher forecasted interest rates during the first quarter of
2022 and growth of the loan portfolio. Exchange processing fees decreased as a
result of lower average SEC fee rates and lower trading volume.

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Total non-interest expenses

The following table presents a comparison of non-interest expenses:

                                                      Three Months Ended
                                                          March 31,              Percent
                                                      2022           2021        Change
Compensation and benefits
Salaries and wages                                $     853       $   776           10  %
Incentive compensation                                  417           409            2  %
Employee benefits and other                             276           245           13  %
Total compensation and benefits                   $   1,546       $ 1,430            8  %
Professional services                                   244           226            8  %
Occupancy and equipment                                 269           237           14  %
Advertising and market development                      102           116          (12) %
Communications                                          144           147           (2) %
Depreciation and amortization                           150           129           16  %
Amortization of acquired intangible assets              154           154   

Regulatory fees and assessments                          68            78          (13) %
Other                                                   156           238          (34) %
Total expenses excluding interest                 $   2,833       $ 2,755            3  %
Expenses as a percentage of total net revenues
Compensation and benefits                                33  %         30  %
Advertising and market development                        2  %          2  %
Full-time equivalent employees (in thousands)
At quarter end                                            34.2          32.0         7  %
Average                                                   33.9          32.1         6  %



Expenses excluding interest increased by $78 million, or 3%, in the first
quarter of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021. Adjusted total expenses,
which excludes acquisition and integration-related costs and amortization of
acquired intangible assets, increased 4% in the first quarter of 2022 compared
to the same period in 2021. See Non-GAAP Financial Measures for further details
and a reconciliation of such measures to GAAP reported results.

Total compensation and benefits increased in the first quarter of 2022 compared
to the same period in 2021, primarily due to growth in employee headcount to
support our expanding client base, annual merit increases, as well as a 5%
employee salary increase and other targeted compensation adjustments that went
into effect in late 2021. Compensation and benefits in the first quarter of 2022
included $56 million of acquisition and integration-related costs, down from
$72 million in the first quarter of 2021.

Professional services expense increased in the first quarter of 2022 compared to
the same period in 2021, primarily due to increased utilization of
technology-related and other professional services to support overall growth of
the business and enhancement to technological infrastructure to support our
expanding client base, as well as the integration of TD Ameritrade. Professional
services included acquisition and integration-related costs of $31 million and
$27 million in the first quarter of 2022 and 2021, respectively.

Occupancy and equipment expense increased in the first quarter of 2022 compared
to the same period in 2021, primarily due to an increase in software maintenance
and licensing as well as other technology equipment costs to support growth of
the business and the integration of TD Ameritrade. Occupancy and equipment
included $4 million and $16 million of acquisition and integration-related costs
in the first quarter of 2022 and 2021, respectively.

Advertising and market development expense decreased in the first quarter of
2022 compared to the same period in 2021, primarily due to decreases in spending
for marketing communications for TD Ameritrade.

Communications expense decreased slightly in the first quarter of 2022 compared
to the same period in 2021, primarily due to lower news and quotation services
expenses, driven by lower trade volumes, as well as lower telecommunications
spending.
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Depreciation and amortization expense increased in the first quarter of 2022
compared to the same period in 2021, primarily as a result of higher
amortization of purchased and internally developed software and higher
depreciation of hardware, driven by capital expenditures in 2021 and the first
quarter of 2022 to support the TDA integration and enhance our technological
infrastructure to support growth of the business.

Regulatory fees and assessments decreased in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021, mainly due to lower client trading activity, partially offset by an increase FDIC valuations and other regulatory assessments due to asset growth and overall business growth.

Other expense decreased in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same period
in 2021, primarily due to lower exchange processing fees, brokerage clearing
fees, and lower charges for trade errors and bad debt expense. These decreases
were due to lower client trading volume and, for exchange processing fees, lower
average SEC fee rates.

Capital expenditures were $209 million in both the first quarter of 2022 and
2021, with spending in both periods primarily related to TDA integration and to
enhance our technological infrastructure to support greater capacity for our
expanding client base. We continue to anticipate capital expenditures for
full-year 2022 will be approximately 4-5% of total net revenues.

Income taxes

Taxes on income were $437 million and $476 million for the first quarters of
2022 and 2021, respectively, resulting in effective income tax rates on income
before taxes of 23.8% and 24.3%, respectively. The decrease in the effective tax
rate in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021 was
primarily due to the impact of blended state tax rate changes on the Company's
deferred taxes and a decrease in state tax expense due to uncertain tax position
accruals during the first quarter of 2022.

Segment information

Financial information for our segments is presented in the following tables:

                                                Investor Services                                        Advisor Services                                            Total
                                                                                                                                                   Percent
Three Months Ended March 31,    Percent Change            2022             2021           Percent Change           2022            2021             Change             2022             2021
Net Revenues
Net interest revenue                        8  %       $ 1,574          $ 1,454                      33  %       $  609          $  457                 14  %       $ 2,183          $ 1,911
Asset management and
administration fees                         5  %           781              742                       5  %          287             274                  5  %         1,068            1,016
Trading revenue                           (23) %           844            1,097                       -             119             119                (21) %           963            1,216
Bank deposit account fees                 (21) %           200              254                      (3) %           94              97                (16) %           294              351
Other                                     (29) %           127              178                     (14) %           37              43                (26) %           164              221
Total net revenues                         (5) %         3,526            3,725                      16  %        1,146             990                 (1) %         4,672            4,715
Expenses Excluding Interest                 1  %         2,131            2,109                       9  %          702             646                  3  %         2,833            2,755
Income before taxes on income             (14) %       $ 1,395          $ 1,616                      29  %       $  444          $  344               

(6)% $1,839 $1,960

Net New Client Assets (in
billions) (1)                             (16) %       $  54.6          $  65.1                      (4) %       $ 65.9          $ 68.7                (10) %       $ 120.5          $ 133.8

(1) In the first quarter of 2021, Investor Services includes an exit from $14.4 billion of a client of mutual fund clearing services.

Sector net income

Investor Services total net revenues decreased by 5% in the first quarter of
2022 compared to the same quarter in 2021, while Advisor Services total net
revenues increased by 16% in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same
quarter in 2021. Net interest revenue increased for both segments due to overall
growth in interest-earning assets and higher average yields on investment
securities, partially offset by lower securities lending revenue in Investor
Services and lower average yields on margin and bank lending in both segments.
Asset management and administration fees increased in Investor Services
primarily due to growth in advice solutions, while both segments benefited from
growth in proprietary mutual funds and ETFs, and lower money market fund fee
waivers. Trading revenue decreased for Investor Services primarily as a result
of reduced client trading activity, while Advisor Services trading revenue
remained consistent in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same quarter in
2021. Bank deposit account fee revenue decreased for Investor Services, and to a
lesser degree Advisor Services, primarily as a result of migrating BDA balances
to Schwab's balance sheet during the second half of 2021 and the first quarter
of 2022, and
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lower average net yield. Declines in other revenue for both segments were
primarily due to an increase in the provision for credit losses on bank loans
and lower exchange processing fees in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the
same quarter in 2021.

Non-interest sector expenditure

Investor Services and Advisor Services total expenses excluding interest
increased by 1% and 9%, respectively, in the first quarter of 2022 compared to
the same period in 2021. These increases were primarily a result of higher
compensation and benefits expenses in both segments due to additional increases
in headcount to support our expanding client base, annual merit increases, as
well as a 5% employee salary increase and other targeted compensation
adjustments that went into effect in late 2021. In addition, both segments saw
higher occupancy and equipment expenses in the first quarter of 2022 compared to
the same period in 2021, primarily due to an increase in software maintenance
and licensing as well as other technology equipment costs to support growth of
the business and the integration of TD Ameritrade. These increases were
partially offset by decreases of other expenses in both segments, primarily due
to lower exchange processing fees, brokerage clearing fees, and lower charges
for trade errors and bad debt expense. These decreases were due to lower client
trading volume and, for exchange processing fees, lower average SEC fee rates.


RISK MANAGEMENT

Schwab's business activities expose it to a variety of risks, including
operational, compliance, credit, market, and liquidity risks. The Company has a
comprehensive risk management program to identify and manage these risks and
their associated potential for financial and reputational impact.

As part of our on-going integration of TD Ameritrade, the Company has aligned TD
Ameritrade's risk management practices with Schwab's risk appetite. Our
integration work included evaluating new or changed risks impacting the combined
company, and taking action through various means. Though integration work
continues, the Company's operations, inclusive of TD Ameritrade, remain
consistent with our Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework.

For a discussion of our risk management programs, see Part II – Item 7 – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – Risk Management in Form 10-K 2021.

Interest rate risk simulations

Simulation of net interest income

For our net interest revenue sensitivity analysis, we use net interest revenue
simulation modeling techniques to evaluate and manage the effect of changing
interest rates. The simulations include all balance sheet interest
rate-sensitive assets and liabilities. Key assumptions include the projection of
interest rate scenarios with rate floors, prepayment speeds of mortgage-related
investments, repricing of financial instruments, and reinvestment of matured or
paid-down securities and loans.

Net interest revenue is affected by various factors, such as the distribution
and composition of interest-earning assets and interest-bearing liabilities, the
spread between yields earned on interest-earning assets and rates paid on
interest-bearing liabilities, which may reprice at different times or by
different amounts, and the spread between short- and long-term interest rates.
Interest-earning assets include investment securities, margin loans, and bank
loans. These assets are sensitive to changes in interest rates and changes in
prepayment levels that tend to increase in a declining rate environment and
decrease in a rising rate environment. Because we establish the rates paid on
certain brokerage client cash balances and bank deposits and the rates charged
on certain margin and bank loans, and control the composition of our investment
securities, we have some ability to manage our net interest spread, depending on
competitive factors and market conditions.

Net interest revenue sensitivity analysis assumes the asset and liability
structure of the consolidated balance sheet would not be changed as a result of
the simulated changes in interest rates. As we actively manage the consolidated
balance sheet and interest rate exposure, in all likelihood we would take steps
to manage additional interest rate exposure that could result from changes in
the interest rate environment.

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The following table shows the simulated change in net interest income over the next 12 months beginning March 31, 2022 and December 31, 2021 a gradual increase or decrease of 100 basis points in market interest rates from the prevailing market rates at the end of each reporting period:

                                  March 31, 2022      December 31, 2021
Increase of 100 basis points              12.0  %                14.1  %
Decrease of 100 basis points              (8.0) %                (4.5) %


The Company's simulated increase of 100 basis points in market interest rates
had a lower impact on net interest revenue as of March 31, 2022 compared to
December 31, 2021 primarily due to an increase in the Company's projected
repricing of client deposit rates across higher market interest rate scenarios
and decreased sensitivity to prepayments on the Company's mortgage-backed
investment securities. This was partially offset as a result of higher cash and
segregated cash and investments balances at March 31, 2022 relative to year-end.
A simulated decrease of 100 basis points in market interest rates had a larger
impact on net interest revenue as of March 31, 2022 compared to December 31,
2021 primarily as a result of holding a higher allocation of floating-rate
assets.

Higher short-term interest rates would positively impact net interest revenue as
yields on interest-earning assets are expected to rise faster than the cost of
funding sources. A decline in interest rates could negatively impact the yield
on the Company's investment and loan portfolio to a greater degree than any
offsetting reduction in interest expense from funding sources, compressing net
interest margin.

In addition to measuring the effect of a gradual parallel increase or decrease of 100 basis points in current interest rates, we regularly simulate the effects of larger parallel and non-parallel changes in interest rates on net interest income.

Simulation of bank deposit account fees

Consistent with the presentation on the consolidated statement of income, the
sensitivity of bank deposit account fee revenue to interest rate changes is
assessed separately from the net interest revenue simulation described above. As
of March 31, 2022 and December 31, 2021, simulated changes in bank deposit
account fee revenue from gradual 100 basis point changes in market interest
rates relative to prevailing market rates did not have a significant impact on
the Company's total net revenues.

Simulation of the economic value of equity

Management also uses economic value of equity (EVE) simulations to measure
interest rate risk. EVE sensitivity measures the long-term impact of interest
rate changes on the net present value of assets and liabilities. EVE is
calculated by subjecting the balance sheet to hypothetical instantaneous shifts
in the level of interest rates. This analysis is highly dependent upon asset and
liability assumptions based on historical behaviors as well as our expectations
of the economic environment. Key assumptions in our EVE calculation include
projection of interest rate scenarios with rate floors, prepayment speeds of
mortgage-related investments, term structure models of interest rates,
non-maturity deposit behavior, and pricing assumptions. Our net interest
revenue, bank deposit account fee revenue, and EVE simulations reflect the
assumption of non-negative investment yields.

Phasing out of LIBOR

The Company has made significant progress in preparing for the phasing out of LIBOR, as described in Part II – Item 7 – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – Risk Management in Form 10 -K 2021, and additional transition LIBOR phase-out readiness efforts continue.

On March 15, 2022, President Biden signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of
2022 into law, which includes the Adjustable Interest Rate (LIBOR) Act,
containing legislation related to the transition away from LIBOR. This
legislation is intended to establish a uniform process for replacing LIBOR in
existing contracts and securities that continue after the cessation of LIBOR and
do not contain clearly defined or practicable fallback provisions. The Company
believes this legislation helps provide clarity for the transition of our legacy
LIBOR contracts, including investment securities, loans, and preferred stock, to
alternative reference rates in an orderly manner.


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Liquidity risk

Liquidity risk is the potential that Schwab will be unable to sell assets or
meet cash flow obligations when they come due without incurring unacceptable
losses. We have established liquidity policies to support the successful
execution of business strategies, while ensuring ongoing and sufficient
liquidity to meet operational needs and satisfy applicable regulatory
requirements under both normal and stressed conditions. We employ a variety of
methodologies to monitor and manage liquidity, which are described below and in
greater detail in Part II - Item 7 - Management's Discussion and Analysis of
Financial Condition and Results of Operations - Risk Management - Liquidity Risk
in our 2021 10-K.

Funding Sources

Schwab’s primary source of funds is cash generated from customer activity, which includes bank deposits and cash balances in customer brokerage accounts. These funds are used to purchase investment securities and make loans to customers.

Other sources of funds may include cash flow from operations, maturities and sales of investment securities, loan repayments, securities lending of assets held in client brokerage accounts, repurchase agreements and liquidity provided by external financing.

To meet daily funding needs, we maintain liquidity in the form of overnight cash
deposits and short-term investments. For unanticipated liquidity needs, we also
maintain a buffer of highly liquid investments, including U.S. Treasury
securities.

In addition to internal sources of liquidity, Schwab has access to external financing. The following table describes the external credit facilities available at the
March 31, 2022:

Description                                      Borrower                              Outstanding     Available

Federal mortgage bank secured credit facilities Bank subsidiaries

          $          -    $   68,208
Federal Reserve discount window                  Banking subsidiaries                           -        10,309
Uncommitted, unsecured lines of credit with
various external banks                           CSC, CS&Co                                     -         1,522
Unsecured commercial paper                       CSC                                        2,386         2,614

Committed, unsecured credit facility with
various external banks (1)                       TDAC                                           -           600
Secured uncommitted lines of credit with various
external banks (2)                               TDAC                                       1,850             -


(1) This line matured on April 21, 2022 and was not renewed. (2) Secured borrowing capacity is made available based on TDAC’s ability to provide acceptable security to lenders, as determined by the credit agreements.

Our banking subsidiaries may also engage with external banks in repurchase
agreements collateralized by investments securities as another source of
short-term liquidity. CSC's ratings for Commercial Paper Notes are P1 by Moody's
Investor Service (Moody's), A1 by Standard & Poor's Rating Group (Standard &
Poor's), and F1 by Fitch Ratings, Ltd (Fitch) at March 31, 2022 and December 31,
2021. CSC also has a universal automatic shelf registration statement on file
with the SEC, which enables it to issue debt, equity, and other securities.

See Part II – Item 7 – Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – Risk Management – Liquidity Risk in the 2021 Form 10-K for additional information on these and other borrowing facilities. .

To support the growth of margin loan balances of our brokerage subsidiaries while meeting our LCR requirements, the Company may issue commercial paper or draw on secured lines of credit, in addition to capital markets issues .

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Liquidity Ratio

Schwab is subject to the full LCR rule, which requires the Company to hold high
quality liquid assets (HQLA) in an amount equal to at least 100% of the
Company's projected net cash outflows over a prospective 30-calendar-day period
of acute liquidity stress, calculated on each business day. See Part I - Item 1
- Business - Regulation in the 2021 Form 10-K for additional information. The
Company was in compliance with the LCR rule at March 31, 2022, and the table
below presents information about our average daily LCR:


                                              Average for the
                                             Three Months Ended
                                               March 31, 2022
                    Total eligible HQLA     $         129,040
                    Net cash outflows       $         115,861
                    LCR                                   111  %



Borrowings

The Company had short-term borrowings outstanding $4.2 billion and $4.9 billion from March 31, 2022 and December 31, 2021, respectively. Long-term debt consists primarily of senior notes and totals $21.9 billion and $18.9 billion to March 31, 2022 and December 31, 2021respectively.

The following table provides information about our Senior Notes outstanding at
March 31, 2022:

                                      Par                            Weighted Average                        Standard
March 31, 2022                    Outstanding       Maturity           Interest Rate         Moody's         & Poor's       Fitch
CSC Senior Notes                $     20,768       2022 - 2032             2.46%                A2              A             A
TDA Holding Senior Notes        $        963       2022 - 2029             3.06%                A2              A             -



New Debt Issuances

The below debt issuances in the first quarter of 2022 were senior unsecured
obligations. Interest is payable semi-annually for the fixed-rate Senior Notes
and quarterly for the floating-rate Senior Notes. Additional details are as
follows:

        Issuance Date      Issuance Amount     Maturity Date      Interest Rate
        March 3, 2022     $            500          03/03/2027   SOFR (1) + 1.050%
        March 3, 2022     $          1,500          03/03/2027       2.450%
        March 3, 2022     $          1,000          03/03/2032       2.900%

(1) Guaranteed overnight funding rate

Share issues

CSC's preferred stock issued and net proceeds for the first quarter of 2022 are
as follows:

                               Date Issued and Sold    Net Proceeds
                  Series K              March 4, 2022 $         740



For further discussion, see Item 1 - Note 8 for the Company's outstanding debt
and borrowing facilities and Item 1 - Note 13 for equity outstanding balances,
issuances, and redemptions.

Schwab additionally enters into guarantees and other similar arrangements in the
ordinary course of business. For information on these arrangements, see Item 1 -
Notes 5, 6, 8, 9, and 11.



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CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

Schwab seeks to manage capital to a level and composition sufficient to support
execution of our business strategy, including anticipated balance sheet growth
inclusive of migration of IDA balances (see further discussion below), providing
financial support to our subsidiaries, and sustained access to the capital
markets, while at the same time meeting our regulatory capital requirements and
serving as a source of financial strength to our banking subsidiaries. Schwab's
primary sources of capital are funds generated by the operations of subsidiaries
and securities issuances by CSC in the capital markets. To ensure that Schwab
has sufficient capital to absorb unanticipated losses or declines in asset
values, we have adopted a policy to remain well capitalized even in stressed
scenarios.

Regulatory capital requirements

CSC and certain subsidiaries, including our banking and brokerage subsidiaries, are subject to various capital requirements set by regulators, as further explained in Part II – Item 7 – MD&A of Financial Condition and Results of Operations – Capital Management in 2021 Form 10-K and in Item 1 – Note 16. Dated
March 31, 2022CSC and our banking subsidiaries are considered well capitalized, and CS&Co, TDAC and TD Ameritrade, Inc. complied with their respective net capital requirements.

The following table details the consolidated capital ratios of CSC and CSB as at
March 31, 2022 and December 31, 2021:

                                                                    March 31, 2022                December 31, 2021
                                                              CSC               CSB                     CSC               CSB
Total stockholders' equity                                $ 48,098          $ 21,036                $ 56,261          $ 27,035

Less:

Preferred stock                                             10,694                 -                   9,954                 -
Common Equity Tier 1 Capital before regulatory
adjustments                                               $ 37,404          $ 21,036                $ 46,307          $ 27,035

Less:

Good willnet of associated deferred tax liabilities $11,857 $13

                $ 11,857          $     13

Other intangible assets, net of related deferred tax liabilities

                                                  7,446                 -                   7,579                 -

Deferred tax assets, net of impairment and deferred tax liabilities

                                        27                25                      13                12
AOCI adjustment (1)                                        (11,045)           (9,674)                 (1,109)           (1,004)
Common Equity Tier 1 Capital                              $ 29,119          $ 30,672                $ 27,967          $ 28,014
Tier 1 Capital                                            $ 39,813          $ 30,672                $ 37,921          $ 28,014
Total Capital                                               39,850            30,701                  37,950            28,033
Risk-Weighted Assets                                       154,355           113,108                 141,969           104,409
Total Leverage Exposure                                    653,783           435,882                 614,466           400,532
Common Equity Tier 1 Capital/Risk-Weighted Assets             18.9  %           27.1  %                 19.7  %           26.8  %
Tier 1 Capital/Risk-Weighted Assets                           25.8  %           27.1  %                 26.7  %           26.8  %
Total Capital/Risk-Weighted Assets                            25.8  %           27.1  %                 26.7  %           26.8  %
Tier 1 Leverage Ratio                                          6.1  %            7.1  %                  6.2  %            7.1  %
Supplementary Leverage Ratio                                   6.1  %            7.0  %                  6.2  %            7.0  %


(1) Changes in market interest rates may result in unrealized gains or losses on AFS securities, which are included in AOCI. As a Tier III banking organization, CSC has elected to exclude AOCI from regulatory capital.

The Company's issuance of preferred stock and quarterly earnings in the first
quarter of 2022 helped to largely maintain our Tier 1 Leverage Ratio, as bank
deposits and payables to brokerage clients grew by a total of $21.7 billion, or
4%, during the quarter. We ended the first quarter of 2022 with a consolidated
Tier 1 Leverage Ratio of 6.1%, down slightly from 6.2% at year-end 2021. CSB's
Tier 1 Leverage Ratio remained consistent with year-end 2021, ending the first
quarter of 2022 at 7.1%. Though our Tier 1 Leverage Ratio is below our long-term
operating objective for consolidated CSC, this ratio is well above the
regulatory minimum. The pace of return to our long-term operating objective over
time depends on a number of factors including the overall size of the Company's
balance sheet, earnings, and capital issuance and deployment. We continue to
manage our capital position in accordance with our policy and strategy described
in further detail in our 2021 Form 10-K.

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                         THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION

Management report and analysis of the financial situation and the results of

                                   Operations
           (Tabular Amounts in Millions, Except Ratios, or as Noted)

IDA agreement

Certain brokerage client deposits are swept off-balance sheet to the TD
Depository Institutions pursuant to the IDA agreement. During the first quarter
of 2022, Schwab moved $12.7 billion of IDA balances to its balance sheet. The
Company's overall capital management strategy includes supporting migration of
IDA balances in future periods as available pursuant to the terms of the IDA
agreement. The Company's ability to migrate these balances to its balance sheet
is dependent upon multiple factors including having sufficient capital levels to
sustain these incremental deposits and the availability of IDA balances
designated as floating-rate obligations. See Item 1 - Note 9 for further
information on the IDA agreement.

Dividends

Cash dividends paid and per share amounts for the first three months of 2022 and
2021 are as follows:

                                                2022                            2021
                                                     Per Share                       Per Share
Three Months Ended March 31,         Cash Paid         Amount        Cash Paid         Amount
Common and Nonvoting Common Stock   $      381      $      .20      $      341      $      .18
Series A Preferred Stock (1)                14           35.00              14           35.00
Series C Preferred Stock (2)                 -               -               9           15.00
Series D Preferred Stock (3)                11           14.88              11           14.88
Series E Preferred Stock (4)                14        2,312.50              14        2,312.50
Series F Preferred Stock (5)                 -               -               -               -
Series G Preferred Stock (3)                34        1,343.75              34        1,343.75
Series H Preferred Stock (6)                25        1,000.00              22          888.89
Series I Preferred Stock (7)                23        1,000.00               -               -
Series J Preferred Stock (8)                 7           11.13               -               -
Series K Preferred Stock (9)                 -               -               N/A             N/A


(1) Dividends were paid semi-annually until February 1, 2022 and are paid
quarterly thereafter.
(2) Series C Preferred Stock was redeemed on June 1, 2021. Prior to redemption,
dividends were paid quarterly and the final dividend was paid on June 1, 2021.
(3) Dividends paid quarterly.
(4) Dividends were paid semi-annually until March 1, 2022 and are paid quarterly
thereafter.
(5) Dividends paid semi-annually until December 1, 2027 and quarterly
thereafter.
(6) Series H Preferred Stock was issued on December 11, 2020. Dividends are paid
quarterly, and the first dividend was paid on March 1, 2021.
(7) Series I Preferred Stock was issued on March 18, 2021. Dividends are paid
quarterly, and the first dividend was paid on June 1, 2021.
(8) Series J Preferred Stock was issued on March 30, 2021. Dividends are paid
quarterly, and the first dividend was paid on June 1, 2021.
(9) Series K Preferred Stock was issued on March 4, 2022. Dividends are paid
quarterly, and the first dividend will be paid on June 1, 2022.
N/A Not applicable.

Share buybacks

On January 30, 2019, CSC publicly announced that its Board of Directors
authorized the repurchase of up to $4.0 billion of common stock. The
authorization does not have an expiration date. There were no repurchases of
CSC's common stock under this authorization during the first three months of
2022 or 2021. As of March 31, 2022, $1.8 billion remained on the authorization.

OTHER

Foreign Exposure

At March 31, 2022, Schwab had exposure to non-sovereign financial and
non-financial institutions in foreign countries, as well as agencies of foreign
governments. At March 31, 2022, the fair value of these holdings totaled $18.6
billion, with the top three exposures being to issuers and counterparties
domiciled in the United Kingdom at $6.4 billion, France at $5.4 billion, and
Canada at $1.8 billion. At December 31, 2021, the fair value of these holdings
totaled $12.5 billion, with the top three exposures being to issuers and
counterparties domiciled in the United Kingdom at $5.2 billion, France at
$3.9 billion, and Sweden at $754 million. In addition, Schwab had outstanding
margin loans to foreign residents of $3.8 billion and $3.3 billion at March 31,
2022 and December 31, 2021, respectively.

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                         THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION

Management report and analysis of the financial situation and the results of

                                   Operations
           (Tabular Amounts in Millions, Except Ratios, or as Noted)

CRITICAL ACCOUNTING ESTIMATES

Certain of our accounting policies that involve a higher degree of judgment and
complexity are discussed in Part II - Item 7 - Management's Discussion and
Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations - Critical Accounting
Estimates in the 2021 Form 10-K. There have been no changes to critical
accounting estimates during the first three months of 2022.


NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES

In addition to disclosing financial results in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles in the U.S. (GAAP), Management's Discussion and
Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations contain references to
the non-GAAP financial measures described below. We believe these non-GAAP
financial measures provide useful supplemental information about the financial
performance of the Company, and facilitate meaningful comparison of Schwab's
results in the current period to both historic and future results. These
non-GAAP measures should not be considered a substitute for, or superior to,
financial measures calculated in accordance with GAAP, and may not be comparable
to non-GAAP financial measures presented by other companies.

Schwab’s use of non-GAAP measures reflects certain adjustments to GAAP financial measures, as described below.

   Non-GAAP Adjustment or                     Definition                    

Usefulness to Investors and Uses by Management

           Measure
Acquisition and               Schwab adjusts certain GAAP financial       We exclude acquisition and integration-related
integration-related costs and measures to exclude the impact of           costs and amortization of acquired intangible
amortization of acquired      acquisition and integration-related costs   assets for the purpose of calculating certain
intangible assets             incurred as a result of the Company's       

non-GAAP measures because we believe this

                              acquisitions, amortization of acquired      

provides additional transparency from Schwab’s

                              intangible assets, and, where applicable,   

ongoing operations, and is useful both

                              the income tax effect of these expenses.    

assess the operational performance of

company and facilitate the comparison of results

                              Adjustments made to exclude amortization of 

with past and future periods.

                              acquired intangible assets are reflective
                              of all acquired intangible assets, which    

Acquisition and integration costs

                              were recorded as part of purchase           

fluctuate depending on the timing of acquisitions and

                              accounting. These acquired intangible       

integration activities, thus limiting

                              assets contribute to the Company's revenue  

comparability of results between periods, and are

                              generation. Amortization of acquired        

not representative of the operating costs of the

                              intangible assets will continue in future   

The current affairs of the company. Amortization of

                              periods over their remaining useful lives.  

acquired intangible assets are excluded because

management does not believe this indicates

                                                                          the Company's underlying operating performance.
Return on tangible common     Return on tangible common equity represents Acquisitions typically result in the recognition
equity                        annualized adjusted net income available to 

significant and acquired goodwill

                              common stockholders as a percentage of      

intangible assets. We believe that the return on tangible

                              average tangible common equity. Tangible    

common stock may be useful to investors as

                              common equity represents common equity less 

additional measure to facilitate evaluation

                              goodwill, acquired intangible assets - net, 

capital efficiency and returns relative to the

                              and related deferred tax liabilities.       

composition of Schwab’s balance sheet.



The Company also uses adjusted diluted EPS and return on tangible common equity
as components of performance criteria for employee bonus and certain executive
management incentive compensation arrangements. The Compensation Committee of
CSC's Board of Directors maintains discretion in evaluating performance against
these criteria.

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                         THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION

Management report and analysis of the financial situation and the results of

                                   Operations
           (Tabular Amounts in Millions, Except Ratios, or as Noted)

The following tables present reconciliations of GAAP measures to non-GAAP
measures:

                                                                           Three Months Ended
                                                                               March 31,
                                                                              2022        2021
Total expenses excluding interest (GAAP)                                 $      2,833           $   2,755
Acquisition and integration-related costs (1)                                     (96)               (119)
Amortization of acquired intangible assets                                       (154)               (154)
Adjusted total expenses (non-GAAP)                                       $      2,583           $   2,482


(1) Acquisition and integration-related costs for the three months ended
March 31, 2022 primarily consist of $56 million of compensation and benefits,
$31 million of professional services, and $4 million of occupancy and equipment.
Acquisition and integration-related costs for the three months ended March 31,
2021 primarily consist of $72 million of compensation and benefits, $27 million
of professional services, and $16 million of occupancy and equipment.

                                                                                      Three Months Ended March 31,
                                                                                    2022                          2021
                                                                          

Diluted EPS amount Diluted EPS amount Net income available to common shareholders (GAAP),

 Earnings per common share - diluted (GAAP)                            $   

1,278 $0.67 $1,388 $0.73
Acquisition and integration costs

                                     96                .05        119             .06
Amortization of acquired intangible assets                                   154                .08        154             .08
Income tax effects (1)                                                       (61)              (.03)       (67)           (.03)

Adjusted net income available to common shareholders

 (non-GAAP), Adjusted diluted EPS (non-GAAP)                           $   

1,467 $0.77 $1,594 $0.84


(1) The income tax effects of the non-GAAP adjustments are determined using an
effective tax rate reflecting the exclusion of non-deductible acquisition costs
and are used to present the acquisition and integration-related costs and
amortization of acquired intangible assets on an after-tax basis.

                                                                        

Three months completed March, 31st,

                                                                           2022              2021
Return on average common stockholders' equity (GAAP)                            12  %             12  %
Average common stockholders' equity                                  $      41,856     $      46,691
Less: Average goodwill                                                     (11,952)          (11,952)
Less: Average acquired intangible assets - net                              (9,303)           (9,915)

Plus: Average deferred tax liabilities related to goodwill and acquired intangible assets – net

                                             1,886             1,935
Average tangible common equity                                       $      22,487     $      26,759
Adjusted net income available to common stockholders (1)             $       1,467     $       1,594
Return on tangible common equity (non-GAAP)                                     26  %             24  %


(1) See table above for reconciliation of net earnings available to common shareholders and adjusted net earnings available to common shareholders (non-GAAP).

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                         THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION

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