Mackinac Financial Corporation Reports 2020 First Quarter Results and Provides COVID-19 Update

4/30, 10:15 PM (Source: GlobeNewswire)

MANISTIQUE, Mich., April 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reflecting on this quarter and moving forward into 2020, we first acknowledge how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the daily operations and the lives of all our employees and clients in a swift and uncertain manner. Mackinac Financial Corporation (Nasdaq: MFNC) (“we”, or the “Corporation”) the bank holding company for mBank (“the Bank”), continues to actively work to assist its staff members, clients, communities and shareholders during this challenging time. In addition to the customary earnings discussion, further information about the Corporation’s COVID-19 pandemic response and ongoing monitoring is contained throughout the release.

The Corporation today announced 2020 first quarter net income of $3.05 million, or $.28 per share, compared to 2019 first quarter net income of $3.17 million, or $.30 per share. Weighted average shares outstanding for the first quarter of 2020 were 10,717,967 compared to 10,720,127 for the same period of 2019. 

Total assets of the Corporation at March 31, 2020 were $1.36 billion, compared to $1.32 billion at March 31, 2019. Shareholders’ equity at March 31, 2020 totaled $160.06 million, compared to $154.75 million at March 31, 2019. Book value per share outstanding equated to $15.20 at the end of the first quarter 2020, compared to $14.41 per share outstanding a year ago. Tangible book value at quarter-end was $135.61 million, or $12.87 per share outstanding, compared to $129.97 million, or $12.10 per share outstanding at the end of the first quarter 2019. 

Additional notes:

  • mBank, the Corporation’s primary asset, recorded net income of $3.40 million for the first quarter of 2020.
  • The Corporation repurchased 240,644 shares under its share repurchase program during the first quarter at an average price of $11.34.  It has since paused its repurchase activity.
  • Though not reflected in the first quarter results, we have funded approximately $160 million of Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loans.  These loans are supporting over one thousand small businesses throughout our footprint with the majority of recipients residing in the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan.
  • Non-interest income was very solid for the quarter including secondary market mortgage fees of $538K and premiums on the sale of Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed loans of $710K.
  • The residential mortgage pipeline resides at very robust levels and we expect strong output from this line of business as we look to upcoming quarters.
  • Core operating margin, which is net of accretion from acquired loans that were subject to purchase accounting adjustments, was 4.32%.  
  • The first quarter provision for loan losses was $100 thousand. While this amount was consistent with past quarters, as a result of COVID-19, the qualitative factors for economic conditions were adjusted within the Allowance for Loan Losses (ALLL) calculation and methodology. The Corporation is not currently required to utilize CECL and management will actively refine the provision and loan reserves as client impact and broader economic data from the pandemic become more clear in the second quarter and beyond.

COVID-19 Operating Update

Upon the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, management took proactive measures and moved quickly to implement protocols and adjust operations to continue to serve all constituencies. Speaking to these specific operational actions, President of the Corporation and President and CEO of mBank, Kelly W. George, stated: “When the Coronavirus crisis started to heighten around mid-March, we began to swiftly activate our pandemic response plan in each critical risk area of the bank. Certainly, first and foremost, the initial step was to take precautionary health measures for the safety of our staff and clients at the banking centers given that our lobbies are where the most human interaction took place on a daily basis. We subsequently closed our lobby access in the middle of March and began serving clients who needed in-person transactions almost exclusively via drive-thru window. We are also heavily utilizing our phone, online and mobile service capacity as we engage in as little client and staff activity within the lobbies as possible and expect this protocol to continue into the near future.”  

He went on to say, “Our experience in operating our uniquely disparate footprint for a community bank, coupled with investments in technology that were needed to manage our geographies, have provided a strong framework to continue to service clients effectively under these unusual circumstances. It has also enabled us to make timely business decisions as we work through this crisis. In addition, the experience of working together as a management team for many years and our prior utilization of more flexible remote work schedules for various levels of staff have contributed to as seamless of a transition as could be hoped for in the new COVID-19 operating environment.”

Other aspects of the pandemic response plan that were implemented or that we continue to refine are noted below:  

  • Testing of various contingency funding sources and ensuring the Corporation is monitoring the inflows and outflows of cash throughout its balance sheet to make certain that adequate levels of liquidity are maintained.
  • The establishment of a COVID-19 Task Force that meets several times a week. This task force is made up of executive-level managers and is designed to ensure that timely and prudent operating protocols are applied to enhance necessary oversight of mission critical risk areas and human resources.
  • The rollout of a COVID-19 loan relief program consistent with prudent industry guidance to support our clients’ near term cash flow needs and assist both consumers and businesses, in various ways, that have been immediately adversely impacted. We have provided needed relief to approximately 20% of our loan base as of this release, with the majority of such relief supporting business clients in hospitality, tourism, gas stations and commercial real estate.
  • Continual messaging and outreach to maintain staff and community confidence.


Total revenue of the Corporation for first quarter 2020 was $17.60 million, compared to $16.95 million for the first quarter of 2019.  Total interest income for the first three months of 2020 was $15.67 million, compared to $15.83 million for the same period in 2019. The 2020 first quarter interest income included accretive yield of $819 thousand from combined credit mark accretion associated with acquisitions, compared to $526 thousand in the same period of 2019. 

Loan Production and Portfolio Mix

Total balance sheet loans at March 31, 2020 were $1.04 billion, compared to March 31, 2019 balances of $1.04 billion.  Total loans under management reside at $1.33 billion, which includes $287.13 million of service retained loans.  Overall loan production for the first three months of 2020 was $66.8 million, compared to $81.4 million in the first quarter of 2019 and $44.97 million for the same period of 2018.  

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Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, payoff activity continued to somewhat constrain portfolio growth with $29.22 million of total commercial credits being paid off ahead of scheduled maturity in the first quarter.  Out of this $29.22 million, approximately $5.25 million resulted from collateral divestments by various borrowers, and another $15.30 million in client relationships that were refinanced at pricing and structure terms that the Corporation does not offer within our traditional bank lending guidelines.  Payoff activity has subsided since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Commenting on new loan production and overall lending activities, Mr. George stated, “Early quarter loan production was solid during the seasonally slowest origination period of the year. However, as we transitioned from the middle of March to April, loan activity was dominated by pandemic related items and keeping up with a very high level of consumer mortgage loan activity which continues to pick up. We have been very proactive with our client base and communities in COVID-19 outreach to gauge real time impacts in our various markets, along with providing loan payment modification relief and assisting clients by being a market leader in terms of originating PPP loans to ensure continuity of the workforce in our more rural trade areas. We are also involved in some of the other specific pandemic-based relief programs that are being sponsored at the state level and are looking to use the whole spectrum of federal and state services to support our clients and all small businesses in our communities until commerce expands in a meaningful way.”

Credit Quality

Nonperforming loans totaled $6.42 million, or .61% of total loans at March 31, 2020, compared to $5.59 million, or .53% of total loans at March 31, 2019. Total loan delinquencies greater than 30 days resided at 1.23%, compared to .95% in 2019.  The nonperforming assets to total assets ratio resided at .64% for first quarter of 2020, compared to .57% for the first quarter of 2019. Commenting on overall credit risk, Mr. George stated, “We had seen no signs of any adverse systemic issues or material deterioration in our loan portfolio prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the onset of COVID-19, we began to actively work to identify potential heightened industry and consumer exposure within the portfolio based on our footprint.”  

Mr. George continued, “Most of these credits are very good borrowers with whom we have had long-standing relationships, but COVID-19 has unavoidably impacted their business. Most possess well-positioned balance sheets, reside in desirable waterfront or primary commerce hub centric areas that can sustain some stress, but certainly their revenues have been severely impacted over the last couple of months and will continue to be. We do believe they are well positioned to be nimble enough to make adjustments to safely serve clients shortly after business resumes and individuals feel more comfortable moving around once health data regarding the future of the pandemic is procured as we move into summer. Also, our markets are destinations that are predominately reached by automobile, where tourists are not reliant on air travel. Overall, we feel that we have as good of a handle on what we are doing as possible in terms of loan relief from the regulatory guidance provided, where the environmental factors affecting risk trends are moving, and the industry areas to focus on. All of these measures will continue to be refined for financial reporting and with respect to our ALLL as we work through this crisis in the upcoming quarters and more clarity arises as to the level of credit impact for community banks such as ours.”

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Margin Analysis, Funding and Liquidity

Net interest income for first quarter 2020 was $13.40 million, resulting in a Net Interest Margin (NIM) of 4.60%, compared to $13.24 million in the first quarter 2019 and a NIM of 4.55%. Core operating margin, which is net of accretion from acquired loans that were subject to purchase accounting adjustments, was 4.32% for the first quarter of 2020, compared to 4.37% for the same period of 2019. The quarter-over-quarter core margin increase from December 31, 2019 was the result of the positive impact from early period repricing of brokered deposits, some prepayment fees associated with the aforementioned early quarter loan payoffs and also a small rate expansion in the mortgage loan portfolio pre-COVID-19.

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Total bank deposits (excluding brokered deposits) have increased by $21.02 million year-over-year from $978.07 million at March 31, 2019 to $999.09 million at first quarter-end 2020. Total brokered deposits have decreased significantly and were $96.29 million at March 31, 2020, compared to $119.18 million at March 31, 2019, a decrease of 19%. It is noted that brokered deposits have increased by roughly $40 million since yearend 2019. This increase is the direct result of the bank taking precautionary measures to augment its cash position at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. FHLB (Federal Home Loan Bank) borrowings were also flat at $64 million since the end of 2019.  Overall access to short term functional liquidity remains very strong through multiple sources. 

Mr. George stated, “Core bank deposits have increased year-over-year as a result of strong deposit gathering efforts through 2019. The collective activities to grow our core deposit base and lessen reliance on wholesale sources over the past 18-24 months has stabilized our balance sheet liquidity and provided a strong foundation to work through this crisis. With the large drop in interest rates from the Federal Reserve this quarter, we once again proactively reviewed our internal deposit rates and market competition to maintain appropriate pricing to help best offset the margin compression from our variable rate loan portfolio. These initiatives were completed while being highly cognizant to protect our core deposit base with the onset of the COVID-19 crisis.  We have not experienced significant outflows of customer deposits above or beyond what we would expect during a normal first quarter. This is primarily due to the fact that the mix of our loan portfolio is not heavily concentrated with large unfunded lines of credit. On those we do have, we saw minimal concerning activity. We continue to have strong access to multiple sources of external funding and also expect to utilize the Federal Reserve’s Payroll Protection Program Liquidity Facility for the funding of the majority of the PPP loans we originate to balance the use of all our available funding sources and most prudently structure the liability side of our balance sheet.”

Noninterest Income / Expense

First quarter 2020 Noninterest Income was $1.94 million, compared to $1.12 million for the same period of 2019.  The significant year-over-year improvement is mainly a combination of the secondary market mortgage and SBA sales.  The SBA sales were not inclusive of any PPP loan activity, all of which took place in the second quarter. Noninterest Expense for the first quarter of 2020 was $11.37 million, compared to $10.24 million for the same period of 2019.  For comparison purposes, noninterest expense for the fourth quarter of 2019 equated to $10.81 million.  The quarter-over-quarter change was mainly the result of normalized data processing expenses and FDIC insurance premiums.

Assets and Capital

Total assets of the Corporation at March 31, 2020 were $1.36 billion, compared to $1.32 billion at March 31, 2019. Shareholders’ equity at March 31, 2020 totaled $160.06 million, compared to $154.75 million at March 31, 2019. Book value per share outstanding equated to $15.20 at the end of the first quarter 2020, compared to $14.41 per share outstanding a year ago. Tangible book value at quarter-end was $135.61 million, or $12.87 per share outstanding, compared to $129.97 million, or $12.10 per share outstanding at the end of the first quarter 2019.    

Both the Corporation and the Bank are “well-capitalized” with total risk-based capital to risk-weighted assets of 13.41% at the Corporation and 13.23% at the Bank and tier 1 capital to total tier 1 average assets at the Corporation of 10.20% and at the Bank of 10.06%. The Corporation is monitoring the impact of the recent pandemic-associated market volatility on its Goodwill asset.  The Corporation may undertake a Goodwill impairment study in the second quarter to confirm the value of this intangible asset depending on how market events unfold.

Paul D. Tobias, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation and Chairman of mBank concluded, “As we work through the latest economic crisis, we remain poised to weather this storm in the same manner we have other global events in the past. Our Executive Management team is a group that has been with the bank through the economic downturn in 2008 and 2009 and will be active in positioning the Corporation to help all constituencies while preserving shareholder value. We are the same bank currently as we were going into this and continue to be well-capitalized, appropriately conservative and have plenty of liquidity.  Our commitment is to continue with our steadfast efforts to help our employees, customers and communities through this crisis.”

Mackinac Financial Corporation is a registered bank holding company formed under the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 with assets in excess of $1.3 billion and whose common stock is traded on the NASDAQ stock market as “MFNC.” The principal subsidiary of the Corporation is mBank.  Headquartered in Manistique, Michigan, mBank has 29 branch locations; eleven in the Upper Peninsula, ten in the Northern Lower Peninsula, one in Oakland County, Michigan, and seven in Northern Wisconsin. The Corporation’s banking services include commercial lending and treasury management products and services geared toward small to mid-sized businesses, as well as a full array of personal and business deposit products and consumer loans.

Forward-Looking Statements

This release contains certain forward-looking statements.  Words such as “anticipates,” “believes,” “estimates,” “expects,” “intends,” “should,” “will,” and variations of such words and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements: as defined by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  These statements reflect management’s current beliefs as to expected outcomes of future events and are not guarantees of future performance.  These statements involve certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to predict with regard to timing, extent, likelihood, and degree of occurrence.  Therefore, actual results and outcomes may materially differ from what may be expressed or forecasted in such forward-looking statements.  Factors that could cause a difference include among others: the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly potentially negative effects on our customers, borrowers, third party service providers and our liquidity; changes in the national and local economies or market conditions; changes in interest rates and banking regulations; the impact of competition from traditional or new sources; and the possibility that anticipated cost savings and revenue enhancements from mergers and acquisitions, bank consolidations, and other sources may not be fully realized at all or within specified time frames as well as other risks and uncertainties including but not limited to those detailed from time to time in filings of the Corporation with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  These and other factors may cause decisions and actual results to differ materially from current expectations.  Mackinac Financial Corporation undertakes no obligation to revise, update, or clarify forward-looking statements to reflect events or conditions after the date of this release.

Nasdaq:                                 MFNC
Contact:                                Jesse A. Deering, EVP & Chief Financial Officer (248) 290-5906 /


 As of and For the As of and For the As of and For the 
 Period Ending Year Ending Period Ending 
 March 31, December 31, March 31, 
(Dollars in thousands, except per share data)2020 2019 2019 
 (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) 
Selected Financial Condition Data (at end of period):      
Assets$ 1,356,381 $1,320,069 $1,316,996 
Loans 1,044,177  1,058,776  1,045,428 
Investment securities 114,734  107,972  113,460 
Deposits 1,095,381  1,075,677  1,097,248 
Borrowings 67,120  64,551  46,878 
Shareholders' equity 160,060  161,919  154,746 
Selected Statements of Income Data (three months and year ended)     
Net interest income$ 13,397 $53,907 $13,236 
Income before taxes 3,862  17,710  4,009 
Net income 3,051  13,850  3,167 
Income per common share - Basic 0.28  1.29  0.30 
Income per common share - Diluted 0.28  1.29  0.30 
Weighted average shares outstanding - Basic 10,717,967  10,737,653  10,720,127 
Weighted average shares outstanding- Diluted 10,817,470  10,757,507  10,723,921 
Selected Financial Ratios and Other Data:      
Performance Ratios:       
Net interest margin 4.60% 4.57% 4.55%
Efficiency ratio 73.78  69.10  70.81 
Return on average assets 0.93  1.04  0.97 
Return on average equity 7.54  8.78  8.36 
Average total assets$ 1,321,134 $1,332,882 $1,320,080 
Average total shareholders' equity 162,661  157,831  153,689 
Average loans to average deposits ratio 97.30% 95.03% 95.10%
Common Share Data at end of period:      
Market price per common share$ 10.45 $17.56 $15.74 
Book value per common share 15.20  15.06  14.41 
Tangible book value per share 12.87  12.77  12.10 
Dividends paid per share, annualized 0.560  0.520  0.480 
Common shares outstanding 10,533,589  10,748,712  10,740,712 
Other Data at end of period:      
Allowance for loan losses$ 5,292 $5,308 $5,154 
Non-performing assets$ 8,644 $7,377 $7,549 
Allowance for loan losses to total loans 0.51% 0.49% 0.49%
Non-performing assets to total assets 0.64% 0.56% 0.57%
Texas ratio 6.13% 4.41% 5.59%
Number of:      
Branch locations 29  29  29 
FTE Employees 316  304  305 


 March 31, December 31,  March 31,
 2020 2019 2019
 (Unaudited)    (Unaudited)
Cash and due from banks$97,041  $49,794  $55,923 
Federal funds sold 31   32   1,040 
Cash and cash equivalents 97,072   49,826   56,963 
Interest-bearing deposits in other financial institutions 8,825   10,295   12,712 
Securities available for sale 114,734   107,972   113,460 
Federal Home Loan Bank stock 4,924   4,924   4,924 
Commercial 760,357   765,524   732,678 
Mortgage 263,445   272,014   293,126 
Consumer 20,375   21,238   19,624 
Total Loans 1,044,177   1,058,776   1,045,428 
Allowance for loan losses (5,292)  (5,308)  (5,154)
Net loans 1,038,885   1,053,468   1,040,274 
Premises and equipment 24,522   23,608   23,479 
Other real estate held for sale 2,228   2,194   1,961 
Deferred tax asset 3,154   3,732   6,906 
Deposit based intangibles 4,874   5,043   5,549 
Goodwill 19,574   19,574   19,224 
Other assets 37,589   39,433   31,544 
TOTAL ASSETS$1,356,381  $1,320,069  $1,316,996 
Noninterest bearing deposits$278,191  $287,611  $245,201 
NOW, money market, interest checking 369,003   373,165   363,753 
Savings 109,818   109,548   110,978 
CDs<$250,000 227,924   233,956   245,427 
CDs>$250,000 14,152   12,775   12,706 
Brokered 96,293   58,622   119,183 
Total deposits 1,095,381   1,075,677   1,097,248 
Federal funds purchased 22,790   6,225   6,780 
Borrowings 67,120   64,551   46,878 
Other liabilities 11,030   11,697   11,344 
Total liabilities 1,196,321   1,158,150   1,162,250 
Common stock and additional paid in capital - No par value Authorized - 18,000,000 shares Issued and outstanding - 10,533,589; 10,748,712 and 10,740,712 respectively 127,003   129,564   129,204 
Retained earnings 33,316   31,740   25,347 
Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss)        
Unrealized (losses) gains on available for sale securities 151   1,025   413 
Minimum pension liability (410)  (410)  (218)
Total shareholders’ equity 160,060   161,919   154,746 
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY$1,356,381  $1,320,069  $1,316,996 


 For the Three Months Ended
 March 31,
 2020 2019
 (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
Interest and fees on loans:   
Taxable$ 14,613 $14,595
Tax-exempt 74  47
Interest on securities:   
Taxable 621  703
Tax-exempt 87  98
Other interest income 270  385
Total interest income 15,665  15,828
Deposits 1,927  2,354
Borrowings 341  238
Total interest expense 2,268  2,592
Net interest income 13,397  13,236
Provision for loan losses 100  100
Net interest income after provision for loan losses 13,297  13,136
Deposit service fees 403  406
Income from loans sold on the secondary market 538  312
SBA/USDA loan sale gains 710  125
Mortgage servicing amortization 259  120
Net security gains -  -
Other 27  154
Total other income 1,937  1,117
Salaries and employee benefits 6,051  5,435
Occupancy 1,124  1,081
Furniture and equipment 802  718
Data processing 825  709
Advertising 212  309
Professional service fees 498  434
Loan origination expenses and deposit and card related fees 381  179
Writedowns and losses on other real estate held for sale 3  28
FDIC insurance assessment 150  134
Communications expense 213  228
Other 1,113  989
Total other expenses 11,372  10,244
Income before provision for income taxes 3,862  4,009
Provision for income taxes 811  842
Basic$ 0.28 $0.30
Diluted$ 0.28 $0.30


(Dollars in thousands)

Loan Portfolio Balances (at end of period):

 March 31, December 31, March 31,
 2020 2019 2019
 (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited)
Commercial Loans:     
Real estate - operators of nonresidential buildings$ 136,477 $141,965 $147,752
Hospitality and tourism 94,734  97,721  85,604
Lessors of residential buildings 48,529  51,085  46,702
Gasoline stations and convenience stores 26,495  27,176  24,663
Logging 21,380  22,136  21,073
Commercial construction 29,971  40,107  33,118
Other 402,771  385,334  373,766
Total Commercial Loans 760,357  765,524  732,678
1-4 family residential real estate 244,059  253,918  281,104
Consumer 20,375  21,238  19,624
Consumer construction 19,386  18,096  12,022
Total Loans$ 1,044,177 $1,058,776 $1,045,428

Credit Quality (at end of period):

 March 31, December 31, March 31, 
 2020 2019 2019 
 (Unaudited) (Unaudited) (Unaudited) 
Nonperforming Assets :      
Nonaccrual loans$ 6,416 $5,172 $5,588 
Loans past due 90 days or more -  11  - 
Restructured loans -  -  - 
Total nonperforming loans 6,416  5,183  5,588 
Other real estate owned 2,228  2,194  1,961 
Total nonperforming assets$ 8,644 $7,377 $7,549 
Nonperforming loans as a % of loans 0.61% 0.49% 0.53%
Nonperforming assets as a % of assets 0.64% 0.56% 0.57%
Reserve for Loan Losses:      
At period end$ 5,292 $5,308 $5,154 
As a % of outstanding loans 0.51% 0.50% 0.49%
As a % of nonperforming loans 82.48% 102.41% 92.23%
As a % of nonaccrual loans 82.48% 102.63% 92.23%
Texas Ratio 6.13% 4.41% 5.59%
Charge-off Information (year to date):     
Average loans$ 1,047,144 $1,047,439 $1,046,740 
Net charge-offs (recoveries)$ 116 $260 $129 
Charge-offs as a % of average loans, annualized 0.04% 0.02% 0.05%


 March 31, December 31, September 30, June 30, March 31,
 2020 2019 2019 2019 2019
BALANCE SHEET (Dollars in thousands)         
Total loans$ 1,044,177  $1,058,776  $1,059,942  $1,060,703  $1,045,428 
Allowance for loan losses (5,292)  (5,308)  (5,308)  (5,306)  (5,154)
Total loans, net 1,038,885   1,053,468   1,054,634   1,055,397   1,040,274 
Total assets 1,356,381   1,320,069   1,355,383   1,330,723   1,316,996 
Core deposits 984,936   1,004,280   1,022,115   989,116   965,359 
Noncore deposits 110,445   71,397   91,464   125,737   131,889 
Total deposits 1,095,381   1,075,677   1,113,579   1,114,853   1,097,248 
Total borrowings 67,120   64,551   70,079   46,232   53,678 
Total shareholders' equity 160,060   161,919   160,165   157,840   154,746 
Total tangible equity 135,612   137,302   135,379   133,236   129,973 
Total shares outstanding 10,533,589   10,748,712   10,740,712   10,740,712   10,740,712 
Weighted average shares outstanding 10,717,967   10,748,712   10,740,712   10,740,712   10,720,127 
AVERAGE BALANCES (Dollars in thousands)        
Assets$ 1,321,134  $1,347,916  $1,354,220  $1,326,827  $1,320,080 
Earning assets 1,171,551   1,205,241   1,204,782   1,179,584   1,180,989 
Loans 1,047,144   1,081,294   1,065,337   1,051,998   1,046,740 
Noninterest bearing deposits 284,677   283,259   284,354   260,441   235,247 
Deposits 1,076,206   1,080,359   1,124,433   1,103,413   1,099,644 
Equity 162,661   161,588   159,453   156,491   153,689 
INCOME STATEMENT (Dollars in thousands)        
Net interest income$ 13,397  $13,350  $13,324  $13,997  $13,236 
Provision for loan losses 100   35   50   200   100 
Net interest income after provision 13,297   13,315   13,274   13,797   13,136 
Total noninterest income 1,937   1,848   1,878   1,110   1,117 
Total noninterest expense 11,372   10,813   10,444   10,263   10,244 
Income before taxes 3,862   4,350   4,708   4,644   4,009 
Provision for income taxes 811   1,054   989   975   842 
Net income available to common shareholders$ 3,051  $3,296  $3,719  $3,669  $3,167 
Income pre-tax, pre-provision$ 3,962  $4,385  $4,758  $4,844  $4,109 
Earnings per common share$ 0.28  $0.31  $0.35  $0.34  $0.30 
Book value per common share 15.20   15.06   14.91   14.70   14.41 
Tangible book value per share 12.87   12.77   12.60   12.40   12.10 
Market value, closing price 10.45   17.56   15.46   15.80   15.74 
Dividends per share 0.140   0.140   0.140   0.120   0.120 
Nonperforming loans/total loans 0.61%  0.49%  0.46%  0.44%  0.53%
Nonperforming assets/total assets 0.64   0.56   0.55   0.51   0.57 
Allowance for loan losses/total loans 0.51   0.50   0.50   0.50   0.49 
Allowance for loan losses/nonperforming loans 82.48   102.41   109.33   113.55   92.23 
Texas ratio 6.13   4.41   5.31   4.91   5.59 
Return on average assets 0.93%  0.97%  1.09%  1.11%  0.97%
Return on average equity 7.54   8.09   9.25   9.40   8.36 
Net interest margin 4.60   4.39   4.39   4.76   4.55 
Average loans/average deposits 97.30   100.09   94.74   95.34   95.10 
Tier 1 leverage ratio 10.20%  10.09%  9.81%  9.74%  9.54%
Tier 1 capital to risk weighted assets 12.89   12.71   12.39   12.20   12.28 
Total capital to risk weighted assets 13.41   13.22   12.90   12.72   12.79 
Average equity/average assets (for the quarter) 12.31   11.99   11.77   11.80   11.64 
Tangible equity/tangible assets (at quarter end) 10.18   10.60   10.17   10.20   10.06 

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Overall Quarterly Loan Production

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Margin Analysis Per Quarter

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