Annual Shareholder’s Meeting May 24, 2023 Exhibit 99.1
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FIRST INTERSTATE BANCSYSTEM, INC. OVERVIEW Premier community banking franchise in growing markets throughout the Midwest and Pacific Northwest Corporate Overview Headquarters Billings, MT Exchange/Listing NASDAQ: FIBK Market Capitalization* $3.1 Billion Dividend Yield 5.3% Branch Network 307 banking offices Sub Debt Rating Kroll BBB Financial Highlights Balance Sheet Capital Assets $31.6 Billion Total RB3 12.63% Loans HFI1 $18.2 Billion CET14 10.52% Deposits $24.1 Billion Leverage 7.72% ACL2/LHFI 1.24% TCE5 6.37% 1 Held for investment (HFI) 3 Risk based capital (RBC) 2 Allowance for credit losses (ACL) 4 Common equity tier-1 (CET1) 5 Tangible common equity to tangible assets (TCE) 4 307 banking offices in 14 states * Calculated using closing stock price of $29.86 as of 3/31/2023
BUILDING THE FIRST INTERSTATE FRANCHISE 5
DIVERSIFIED DEPOSIT BASE Total Deposits Non-interest Bearing, 30% Demand, 29% Savings, 33% Time, 8% Deposits by State Montana, 25% Wyoming, 12% Idaho, 7% Washington, 3%Oregon, 11% South Dakota, 15% Nebraska, 9% Iowa, 10% Missouri, 1% Arizona, 3% Colorado, 4% Mix of Consumer and Business Deposits 57% 55% 53% 50% 52% 43% 45% 47% 50% 48% Total Consumer Deposits Total Business Deposits 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 6 $25.1B As of December 31, 2022
DIVERSIFIED LOAN PORTFOLIO Loans Held for Investment Commercial RE, 47% Construction RE, 11% Residential RE, 12% Agriculture RE, 4% Consumer, 6%Commercial, 16% Agriculture, 4% Loans by Geography Montana, 15% Wyoming, 5% Idaho, 5% Washington, 7% Oregon, 9% South Dakota, 10%North Dakota, 1% Nebraska, 6% Iowa, 10% Kansas, 2% Arizona, 6% Colorado, 8% Other, 16% Total Funded Commitments 40.6% 40.9% 34.3% 33.4% 36.8% Total Funded Commitments 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 7 $18.1B As of December 31, 2022
CREDIT PERFORMANCE 8 Net Charge-Offs to Average Loans First Interstate Top Peer Quartile Median Peer Average Peer Bottom Peer Quartile 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 0.00% 0.05% 0.10% 0.15% 0.20% 0.25% Non-Performing Assets to Total Assets First Interstate Top Peer Quartile Median Peer Average Peer Bottom Peer Quartile 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 0.00% 0.20% 0.40% 0.60% 0.80% 1.00% Allowance for Credit Losses to Total Loan and Leases First Interstate Top Peer Quartile Median Peer Average Peer Bottom Peer Quartile 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 0.00% 0.25% 0.50% 0.75% 1.00% 1.25% 1.50% 1.75% 1 Source: SNL and company reports 2 The comparison to peers shown throughout this presentation is to our 2022 peers as listed in our 2023 Proxy filing.
2022 Year in Review
2022 Year in Review - Summary Highlights 10 • Great Western acquisition closed on February 1, 2022, only five months post-announcement, and successfully integrated at the end of May 2022 • Pursuant to the terms of our charter, Class B common shares were automatically converted to Class A common shares on the record date of our 2022 shareholder meeting, eliminating our long-standing dual share class structure • Organic loan growth of 6.81%, with positive contribution from the acquired GWB footprint in 2022 • Adjusted net interest margin (NIM)1 expansion of 103 basis points, to 3.49% in Q4 2022 from 2.46% in Q4 2021, drove 20% growth in adjusted pre-provision net revenue (PPNR)1 per share in 2022 • Significant improvement in credit quality and recovery of credit marks post-close of the GWB acquisition ◦ Recouped around $200 million for shareholders against the announced credit mark ◦ From Q1 2022 through year end 2022, non-performing assets as a percentage of total assets improved to 24 basis points, from 42 basis points, and criticized loans improved to 3.4% of total loans, from 5.0% • Strong internal capital generation - adjusted for acquisition and other items, the Company generated an adjusted return on average assets (ROAA)1, adjusted return on average common stockholders’ equity (ROAE)1 and adjusted return on average tangible common stockholders’ equity (ROTCE)1 of 1.17%, 11.4% and 18.2%, enabling a $200MM share repurchase plan during Q2 2022 and Q3 2022 and an increase to the quarterly common stock dividend to $0.47, from $0.41, in Q4 2022 • Strong relative total shareholder return for shareholders, generating nearly 700 bps of relative out-performance versus proxy peers2 1 See Non-GAAP table in appendix for reconciliation 2 The comparison to peers shown throughout this presentation is to our 2022 peers as listed in our 2023 Proxy filing
Maximizing Shareholder Value
SHAREHOLDER VALUE CREATION: ROAE 12 FIBK Return on Average Equity² vs. Peers³ FIBK Top Peer Quartile Median Peer Average Peer Bottom Peer Quartile FIBK Adjusted ROAE¹ 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% ROAE and Adjusted ROAE¹ 11.14% 10.36% 8.49% 9.91% 11.44% 10.50% 9.53% 8.12% 9.73% 6.34% ROAE Adjusted ROAE 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 1 See Non-GAAP table in appendix for reconciliation of adjusted ROAE 2 Source: SNL and company reports 3 The comparison to peers shown throughout this presentation is to our 2022 peers as listed in our 2023 Proxy filing
SHAREHOLDER VALUE CREATION: EPS GROWTH 13 Annual Earnings Per Share Growth² vs. Peers³ FIBK Top Peer Quartile Median Peer Average Peer Bottom Peer Quartile FIBK Adjusted 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 (75)% (50)% (25)% 0% 25% 50% 75% Earnings per Share (EPS) and Adjusted EPS¹ $2.92 $3.08 $2.65 $3.17 $3.53 $2.75 $2.83 $2.53 $3.11 $1.96 EPS Adjusted EPS 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 1 See Non-GAAP table in appendix for reconciliation of adjusted EPS 2 Source: SNL and company reports 3 The comparison to peers shown throughout this presentation is to our 2022 peers as listed in our 2023 Proxy filing.
CONSISTENT DIVIDEND TO SHAREHOLDERS 14 $0.61 $0.41 $0.64 $0.80 $0.88 $0.96 $1.12 $1.24 $1.64 $1.70 $2.00 $1.40 $0.60 Cash Dividends Special Dividends 2012² 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 10 year CAGR1 = 10.8% 1 Compound Annual Growth Rate 2 Accelerated Dividend paid in 2012
PRE-PROVISION NET REVENUE PER SHARE 15 $3.91 $4.22 $4.33 $3.85 $4.63 $3.69 $3.90 $4.18 $3.78 $3.29 PPNR² Adjusted PPNR² 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 1 Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) using reported PPNR per share 2 See Non-GAAP table in appendix for reconciliation of PPNR and adjusted PPNR 4 Year CAGR1 = (2.9)% 4 Year Adjusted CAGR = 4.3%
FIBK Relative Daily Performance FIBK KBW Regional Bank Index Peer Average 31 -D ec 05 -J an 10 -J an 13 -J an 18 -J an 21 -J an 26 -J an 31 -J an 03 -F eb 08 -F eb 11 -F eb 16 -F eb 21 -F eb 24 -F eb 01 -M ar 04 -M ar 09 -M ar 14 -M ar 17 -M ar 22 -M ar 25 -M ar 30 -M ar 04 -A pr 07 -A pr 12 -A pr 15 -A pr 20 -A pr 25 -A pr 28 -A pr 03 -M ay 06 -M ay 11 -M ay 16 -M ay 19 -M ay 24 -M ay 27 -M ay 01 -J un 06 -J un 09 -J un 14 -J un 17 -J un 22 -J un 27 -J un 30 -J un 06 -J ul 11 -J ul 14 -J ul 19 -J ul 22 -J ul 27 -J ul 01 -A ug 04 -A ug 09 -A ug 12 -A ug 17 -A ug 22 -A ug 25 -A ug 30 -A ug 02 -S ep 07 -S ep 12 -S ep 15 -S ep 20 -S ep 23 -S ep 28 -S ep 03 -O ct 06 -O ct 11 -O ct 14 -O ct 19 -O ct 24 -O ct 27 -O ct 01 -N ov 04 -N ov 09 -N ov 14 -N ov 17 -N ov 20 -N ov 24 -N ov 29 -N ov 02 -D ec 07 -D ec 12 -D ec 15 -D ec 20 -D ec 23 -D ec 28 -D ec (25.00)% (20.00)% (15.00)% (10.00)% (5.00)% —% 5.00% 10.00% 15.00% 20.00% 2022 Total Shareholder Return - FIBK vs Indices/Peers 16
NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES 17 In addition to results presented in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America, or GAAP, this press release contains the following non-GAAP financial measures that management uses to evaluate our performance relative to our capital adequacy standards: (i) TCE; (ii) tangible assets; (iii) tangible book value per common share; (iv) TCE to tangible assets; (v) adjusted NIM; (vi) adjusted diluted EPS; (vii) adjusted ROAA; (viii) average TCE (ix) adjusted ROAE; (x) ROTCE; (xi) adjusted ROTCE; (xii) PPNR; (xiii) PPNR per share; (xiv) adjusted PPNR and (xv) adjusted PPNR per share. Tangible common stockholders’ equity is calculated as total common stockholders’ equity less goodwill and other intangible assets (excluding mortgage servicing rights). Tangible assets are calculated as total assets less goodwill and other intangible assets (excluding mortgage servicing rights). Tangible book value per common share is calculated as tangible common stockholders’ equity divided by common shares outstanding. Tangible common stockholders’ equity to tangible assets is calculated as tangible common stockholders’ equity divided by tangible assets. Adjusted net interest margin is calculated as adjusted net interest income divided by adjusted average earning assets (as such non-gaap financial measures are calculated on the reconciliation pages below). Adjusted diluted EPS is calculated as adjusted net income (as calculated on the reconciliation pages below) divided by weighted-average diluted shares outstanding. Adjusted ROAA is calculated as adjusted net income (as calculated on the reconciliation pages below) divided by average total assets. Average TCE is calculated as average common stockholders’ equity less goodwill and other intangible assets (excluding mortgage servicing rights). Adjusted ROAE is calculated as adjusted net income (as calculated on the reconciliation pages below) divided by average common stockholders’ equity. ROTCE is calculated as net income divided by average TCE. Adjusted ROTCE is calculated as adjusted net income (as calculated on the reconciliation pages below) divided by average TCE. PPNR is calculated as net-interest income plus non-interest income less non- interest expense, and PPNR per share is calculated as PPNR divided by diluted weighted average common shares outstanding. Adjusted PPNR is calculated as adjusted revenue (as calculated on the reconciliation pages below) less adjusted non-interest expense (as calculated on the reconciliation pages below), and adjusted PPNR per share is calculated as adjusted PPNR divided by diluted weighted average common shares outstanding. These non-GAAP financial measures may not be comparable to similarly titled measures reported by other companies because other companies may not calculate these non-GAAP measures in the same manner. They also should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for measures prepared in accordance with GAAP. The Company adjusts the foregoing capital adequacy measures to exclude goodwill and other intangible assets (except mortgage servicing rights), adjusts net income to exclude acquisition related expenses, litigation expenses, investment security gains and losses, and mortgage servicing rights fair value adjustments. Management believes these non- GAAP financial measures, which are intended to complement the capital ratios defined by banking regulators and to present on a consistent basis our and our acquired companies’ organic continuing operations without regard to the acquisition costs and adjustments that we consider to be unpredictable and dependent on a significant number of factors that are outside our control, are useful to investors in evaluating the Company’s performance because, as a general matter, they either do not represent an actual cash expense and are inconsistent in amount and frequency depending upon the timing and size of our acquisitions (including the size, complexity and/or volume of past acquisitions, which may drive the magnitude of acquisition related costs, but may not be indicative of the size, complexity and/or volume of future acquisitions or related costs), or they cannot be anticipated or estimated in a particular period (in particular as it relates to unexpected recovery amounts). This impacts the ratios that are important to analysts and allows investors to compare certain aspects of the Company’s capitalization to other companies. See the Non-GAAP Financial Measures tables included below and the textual discussion for a reconciliation of the above described non-GAAP financial measures to their most directly comparable GAAP financial measures.
1Q23 (Dollars in millions, shares in thousands) Total common stockholders' equity (GAAP) (A) $ 3,160.3 Less goodwill and other intangible assets (excluding mortgage servicing rights) 1,221.9 Tangible common stockholders' equity (Non-GAAP) (B) $ 1,938.4 Total assets (GAAP) $ 31,637.7 Less goodwill and other intangible assets (excluding mortgage servicing rights) 1,221.9 Tangible assets (Non-GAAP) (C) $ 30,415.8 Common shares outstanding (H) 104,382 Book value per common share (GAAP) (A)/(H) $ 30.28 Tangible book value per common share (Non-GAAP) (B)/(H) 18.57 Tangible common stockholders' equity to tangible assets (Non-GAAP) (B)/(C) 6.37 % NON-GAAP RECONCILIATION 18 * Line items may not sum due to rounding
NON-GAAP RECONCILIATION 19* Line items may not sum due to rounding 4Q21 4Q22 (Dollars in millions) Net interest income 122.1 258.4 Tax exempt adjustment 0.5 2.3 Net interest income on a fully-taxable equivalent ("FTE") basis (A) 122.6 260.7 Less purchase accounting accretion 1.9 8.4 Less PPP income 9.7 — Adjusted net interest income (B) 111.0 252.3 Average interest-earning assets (C) 18,114.8 28,680.9 Less average PPP loans 200.1 5.6 Adjusted average earning assets (D) 17,914.7 28,675.3 Net interest margin (FTE), as reported (A annualized)/(C) 2.69 % 3.61 % Adjusted net interest margin (FTE) (Non-GAAP) (B annualized)/(D) 2.46 % 3.49 %
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 (Dollars and shares in millions) Net income (A) $ 160.2 $ 181.0 $ 161.2 $ 192.1 $ 202.2 Plus: Non-PCD CECL Day 2 provision — — — — 53.6 Plus: Acquisition-related expenses 9.6 15.6 — 9.0 93.5 Plus: Litigation accrual — — — 0.8 1.4 Plus: Net loss (gain) from investment securities 0.1 (0.1) (0.2) (0.9) 19.2 Plus: MSR (recovery) impairment — 0.3 7.6 (5.3) (2.7) Other income — — — — (2.4) Adjusted net income (B) $ 169.9 $ 196.8 $ 168.6 $ 195.7 $ 364.8 Weighted-average diluted shares outstanding (C) 58.2 63.9 63.7 61.7 103.3 Diluted earnings per share (GAAP) (A) / (C) $ 2.75 $ 2.83 $ 2.53 $ 3.11 $ 1.96 Adjusted diluted earnings per share (Non-GAAP) (B) / (C) 2.92 3.08 2.65 3.17 3.53 Total quarterly average assets (D) $ 12,614.7 $ 14,167.6 $ 16,109.3 $ 18,844.2 $ 31,129.7 Return on average assets (GAAP) (A) / (D) 1.27 % 1.28 % 1.00 % 1.02 % 0.65 % Adjusted return on average assets (Non-GAAP) (B) / (D) 1.35 1.39 1.05 1.04 1.17 Average common stockholders’ equity (GAAP) (E) $ 1,525.8 $ 1,899.0 $ 1,985.2 $ 1,974.1 $ 3,189.5 Less goodwill and other intangible assets (excluding mortgage servicing rights) 566.6 694.1 706.1 695.7 1,186.5 Average tangible common stockholders’ equity (Non-GAAP) (F) $ 959.2 $ 1,204.9 $ 1,279.1 $ 1,278.4 $ 2,003.0 Return on average common stockholders’ equity (GAAP) (A) / (E) 10.50 % 9.53 % 8.12 % 9.73 % 6.34 % Adjusted return on average common stockholders’ equity (Non-GAAP) (B) / (E) 11.14 10.36 8.49 9.91 11.44 Return on average tangible common stockholders’ equity (Non-GAAP) (A) / (F) 16.70 15.02 12.60 15.03 10.09 Adjusted return on average tangible common stockholders’ equity (Non-GAAP) (B) / (F) 17.71 16.33 13.18 15.31 18.21 NON-GAAP RECONCILIATION 20* Line items may not sum due to rounding
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 (Dollars and shares in millions) Total non-interest expense (A) $ 356.4 $ 388.6 $ 387.5 $ 405.5 $ 766.0 Less: Acquisition-related expense 12.4 20.3 — 11.6 118.9 Less: Litigation accrual — — — 1.0 1.8 Adjusted non-interest expense (B) $ 344.0 $ 368.3 $ 387.5 $ 392.9 $ 645.3 Net interest income (C) $ 432.5 $ 495.0 $ 497.8 $ 489.2 $ 942.6 Add: Total non-interest income (D) 138.8 142.6 155.9 149.5 163.2 Less: Net gain (loss) from investment securities (0.1) 0.1 0.3 1.1 (24.4) Less: MSR recovery (impairment) — (0.4) (9.9) 6.9 3.4 Less: Other income — — — — 3.1 Adjusted revenue (E) $ 571.4 $ 637.9 $ 663.3 $ 630.7 $ 1,123.7 Weighted-average diluted shares outstanding (F) 58.2 63.9 63.7 61.7 103.3 PPNR (Non-GAAP) (C) + (D) - (A) = (G) $ 214.9 $ 249.0 $ 266.2 $ 233.2 $ 339.8 PPNR per share (Non-GAAP) (G) / (F) 3.69 3.90 4.18 3.78 3.29 Adjusted PPNR (Non-GAAP) (E) - (B) = (H) 227.4 269.6 275.8 237.8 478.4 Adjusted PPNR per share (Non-GAAP) (H) / (F) 3.91 4.22 4.33 3.85 4.63 NON-GAAP RECONCILIATION 21* Line items may not sum due to rounding