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KBW's 2016 Bank Honor Roll Award Winners
KBW, a full-service, boutique investment bank and broker-dealer that specializes in the financial services sector, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Stifel Financial, today named 15 U.S. banking institutions to its coveted “Bank Honor Roll” of superior performers. The honorees are publicly traded banking institutions with over $500 million in total assets that meet the following 3 conditions:
- No annual loss reported in net income per share before extraordinary items over the past 10 years;
- 2016 annual reported net income per share before extraordinary items equal to or greater than peak net income per share over the past 10 years; and
- Consecutive increases in net income per share before extraordinary items since 2002.
KBW found that 15 banking institutions, out of nearly 400 total companies screened, qualify for inclusion on the KBW Bank Honor Roll. This is down from 18 institutions in the prior year, and no new members were named to this year’s list.
KBW Bank Honor Roll winners include:
- Auburn National Bancorporation
- BancFirst Corporation
- Century Bancorp
- Eagle Bancorp
- Enterprise Bancorp
- First Defiance Financial Corp.
- First Financial Bankshares
- German American Bancorp
- Greene County Bancorp
- Lakeland Financial Corporation
- ServisFirst Bancshares
- Signature Bank
- Stock Yards Bancorp
- U.S. Bancorp (USB)
- Washington Trust Bancorp.