Mackinac Financial Corporation Reports 2020 Fourth Quarter and Annual Results

Manistique, Michigan, UNITED STATES

MANISTIQUE, Mich., Jan. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mackinac Financial Corporation (Nasdaq: MFNC) (the “Corporation”), the bank holding company for mBank, today announced 2020 net income of $13.47 million, or $1.27 per share, compared to 2019 net income of $13.85 million, or $1.29 per share. The Corporation had fourth quarter 2020 net income of $3.64 million, or $.35 per share, compared to 2019 fourth quarter net income of $3.30 million, or $.31 per share.  

Total assets of the Corporation at December 31, 2020 were $1.50 billion, compared to $1.32 billion at December 31, 2019. Shareholders’ equity at December 31, 2020 totaled $167.86 million, compared to $161.92 million at December 31, 2019. Book value per share outstanding equated to $15.99 at the end of the fourth quarter 2020, compared to $15.06 per share outstanding a year ago. Tangible book value at quarter-end was $143.92 million, or $13.71 per share outstanding, compared to $137.30 million, or $12.77 per share outstanding at the end of the fourth quarter 2019.

Additional notes:

  • mBank, the Corporation’s primary asset, recorded net income of $15.02 million in 2020, which resulted in an ROAA of 1.03%, compared to $15.07 million in 2019. mBank recorded net income of $4.04 million for the fourth quarter of 2020 and $3.73 million for the same period of 2019.

  • COVID-19 loan modifications resided at a nominal $2.4 million, or .25% of total loans with no commercial loans remaining in total payment deferral at December 31, 2020. This is compared to peak levels of $201 million in the spring.

  • Core bank deposit growth has been very strong this year with an increase of approximately $196.55 million, or 19% year-over-year. The vast majority of that growth has centered in transactional related accounts through our branch network outreach and treasury management line of business.

  • Non-interest income continued to be very solid for the fourth quarter of 2020. This included strong secondary market mortgage fee income and gain on sale of $1.92 million and premiums on the sale of Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed loans of $269 thousand. Year-to-date secondary market mortgage sale revenue and fees were $5.93 million and SBA premiums were $1.73 million. The residential mortgage pipeline resides at very robust levels and we expect sustained output from this line of business as we look to upcoming quarters.

  • Reported margin in the fourth quarter, which is inclusive of accretion from acquired loans that were subject to purchase accounting adjustments and recognition of some Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loan origination fees, was 4.42%. Estimated non-GAAP core operating margin, when adjusted for purchase accounting accretion and PPP impact, is approximately 4.20% for the fourth quarter. Reportable margin for the entirety of the year was 4.37%.

  • The Corporation resumed buying back Mackinac Financial Corporation (MFNC) shares in the fourth quarter. Total purchases for the quarter were 43,135 shares at a blended price of $12.76 per share. For the entire year of 2020, the Corporation has repurchased 283,779 shares at a total weighted average price of $11.55 per share. All repurchase activity was completed at prices below tangible book value per share.

Revenue & PPP Recognition

Total revenue of the Corporation for 2020 was $72.23 million, compared to $70.34 million in 2019. Total revenue for the three months ended December 31, 2020 equated to $18.01 million, compared to $17.61 million for the same period of 2019. Total interest income for the fourth quarter was $15.23 million, compared to $15.77 million for the same period in 2019. The 2020 fourth quarter interest income included accretive yield of $661 thousand from combined credit mark accretion associated with acquisitions, compared to $488 thousand in the same period of 2019.

The fourth quarter 2020 interest income was also positively impacted by the recognition of a portion of the PPP loan origination fees that were deferred in accordance with the following required accounting treatment:

  • The Bank originated approximately $152 million of PPP loans in 2020.
  • For these originations, the company earned $5.18 million in PPP fees. Of that amount, $1.69 million was recognized immediately to offset direct costs of the program, leaving roughly $3.49 million to be recognized through GAAP monthly amortization or upon forgiveness of the loan by the Small Business Administration (“SBA”).
  • Of the $3.49 million, $2.33 million was recognized during the remainder of 2020. The greatest amounts occurred in the third and fourth quarters as acceleration of recognition due to forgiveness increased.
  • The 2020 fourth quarter results include recognition of $1.21 million in PPP fees.
  • The remaining $1.15 million of PPP fees are likely to be recognized in 2021.
  • The remaining $1.15 million of PPP origination fee income will continue to be amortized monthly, but more likely will be accelerated earlier upon forgiveness of the debt by SBA.

Loan Production and Portfolio Mix

Total balance sheet loans at December 31, 2020 were $1.08 billion, which is inclusive of $105.49 million of PPP loans, compared to December 31, 2019 balances of $1.06 billion. Total loans under management reside at $1.33 billion, which includes $204.55 million of service retained loans. Driven by strong consumer mortgage activity, overall traditional loan production (non-PPP) for 2020 was $393.06 million, compared to $385.55 million for the same period of 2019. When including PPP loans, total production was $545.57 million. Of the total production, commercial loans equated to $128 million, consumer $265 million and the aforementioned $152 million of PPP. Within the consumer totals was $205 million of secondary market mortgage production compared to $89 million for 2019.

Overall Quarterly Loan Production is available at

New Loan Production (excluding PPP) is available at

Commenting on new loan production and overall lending activities, Mr. George stated, “As can be seen from our production totals, we continued our positive lending momentum and have started to see some more traditional commercial loan opportunities in the quarter, which also continues to be dominated by record mortgage production. We are also seeing very good mortgage activity early in 2021 as our markets continue to see a continued influx of buyers for all types of properties. This migration from more populated areas is in light of the ongoing pandemic and the quality of life and work changes many continue to seek, which entails residing in more rural areas that offer larger space acquisition opportunities. We have also begun to participate in the recently announced second round of PPP funding. Initial forecasts based on client demand indicate it could potentially yield $75 million to $100 million of additional PPP loans.”

Credit Quality and COVID-19 Loan Activity

Nonperforming loans totaled $5.46 million, or .51% (.56% excluding PPP balances) of total loans at December 31, 2020, compared to .49% of total loans at December 31, 2019. The nonperforming assets to total assets ratio resided at .48% (.52% excluding PPP balances) for the fourth quarter of 2020, compared to .56% for the fourth quarter of 2019.  Total loan delinquencies greater than 30 days resided at .58% (.65% excluding PPP balances), compared to 1.10% in 2019.

COVID-19 related loan modification activity has continued its positive trend downward throughout the fourth quarter. Currently, only $2.4 million of loan balances ($1.98 million of commercial and $.4 million of consumer) remain in some form of modification relief.

Remaining COVID-19 Loan Modifications is available at

The fourth quarter provision for loan losses was $400 thousand. This amount was consistent with last quarter and we remain “risk neutral” quarter-over-quarter within the portfolio given the continued improvement in deferral activity and absence of any known pending credit issues. The resulting Allowance for Loan Loss (“ALLL”) coverage ratio was .54% of total loans. However, the total coverage ratio (equivalent to ALLL plus remaining purchase accounting credit marks to total loans less PPP balances) is .95%. Management will actively refine the provision and loan reserves as client impact and broader economic data from the pandemic become more clear. The Corporation is not currently required to utilize CECL.

Commenting on overall credit risk, Mr. George stated, “The credit book has seen no signs of any systemic adverse trends and our COVID-19 modifications are extremely modest at $2.4 million. A very small segment of consumer loans remain in deferment as we continue to work with retail clients who have been adversely impacted for an elongated period of time within the pandemic. While certainly not clear of all headwinds, we remain cautiously optimistic in terms of overall credit performance as many of our hospitality and tourism related businesses in our northern footprint experienced strong demand and revenues throughout the second half of 2020. We remain ever vigilant in terms of monitoring deterioration in any isolated specific situations that could arise for our clients where provisions and/or COVID relief could be needed in light of ongoing pandemic conditions within a particular industry that we all know can still change quickly.”

Margin Analysis, Funding and Liquidity

Net interest income for the year ended December 31, 2020 was $54.81 million, with a net interest margin (NIM) of 4.37% compared to the same period of 2019 of $53.91 million and a NIM of 4.57%. Net interest income for the fourth quarter 2020 was $13.90 million, resulting in a NIM of 4.42%, compared to $13.35 million in the fourth quarter 2019 and a NIM of 4.39%. Core operating margin, which is net of accretion from acquired loans that were subject to purchase accounting adjustments and recognized PPP fee income, was 3.82% for the fourth quarter of 2020, compared to 4.23% for the same period of 2019. Items impacting margin, outside of the overall current low interest rate environment, include higher than normal cash balances as well as negative impact from the yields associated with PPP loans. On a non-GAAP basis, management currently estimates the direct negative impact of the PPP loan balances for the fourth quarter to be .38%. Estimated adjusted core margin for the fourth quarter is 4.20% for the quarter.

Margin Analysis Per Quarter is available at

Total bank deposits (excluding brokered deposits) have increased by $196.55 million year-over-year from $1.02 billion at December 31, 2019 to $1.21 billion at fourth quarter-end 2020. Total brokered deposits have also decreased and were $45.17 million at December 31, 2020, compared to $58.62 million at December 31, 2019, a decrease of 23%. FHLB (Federal Home Loan Bank) borrowings have remained mostly flat year-over-year from $63.48 million to $64.55 million. Further maturities are expected to be paid off in both the first and second quarters of 2021. The Corporation utilized the Paycheck Protection Program Liquidity Facility (“PPPLF”) to fund a portion of the initial PPP loan originations. There was no balance on this facility as of December 31, 2020 and management does not expect the need to utilize the facility for the new round of PPP funding based on the Corporation’s current liquidity position. Overall access to short-term functional liquidity remains very strong through multiple sources.

Mr. George stated, “We are very pleased with our organic efforts in terms of core deposit growth this year within the more challenging pandemic environment. While this is partially due to the significant amount of liquidity in the economic system from various stimulus packages, we have also procured and expanded client relationships that we expect to be with us well beyond the pandemic. This is also reflective of the strong commerce activity many of our retail and tourism related clients had over the summer and into the fall and the cash buildup within those businesses. Like many banks, we remain flush with liquidity with slowed commercial loan demand (compared to prior years) given the pandemic and limited prudent investment opportunities in light of market rates, both of which have continued to negatively impact our core margin. We expect that we will use some of this excess cash on our balance sheet for PPP funding, additional retirement of higher priced brokered deposits and FHLB maturities and to fund expected loan growth in 2021.”

Noninterest Income / Expense

Noninterest income (which is not inclusive of PPP fees) for 2020 was $10.20 million, compared to 2019 of $5.95 million, an increase of 71%. Fourth quarter 2020 noninterest income was $2.78 million, compared to $1.85 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 7A sales were not inclusive of any PPP loan fees, all of which are recognized through interest income. Noninterest expense for 2020 was $46.95 million, compared to 2019 of $41.76 million. Noninterest expense for the fourth quarter of 2020 was $11.66 million, compared to $10.81 million for the same period of 2019. Year-over-year increases were mainly associated with the COVID operating environment as well as incentives associated with retail and mortgage related activity.

Assets and Capital

Total assets of the Corporation at December 31, 2020 were $1.50 billion, compared to $1.32 billion at December 31, 2019. Shareholders’ equity at December 31, 2020 totaled $167.86 million, compared to $161.92 million at December 31, 2019. Book value per share outstanding equated to $15.99 at the end of the fourth quarter 2020, compared to $15.06 per share outstanding a year ago. Tangible book value at quarter-end was $143.92 million, or $13.71 per share outstanding, compared to $137.30 million, or $12.77 per share outstanding at the end of the fourth quarter 2019.

Both the Corporation and the Bank are “well-capitalized” with total risk-based capital to risk-weighted assets of 15.07% at the Corporation and 14.42% at the Bank and tier 1 capital to total tier 1 average assets (the “leverage ratio”) at the Corporation of 9.63% and at the Bank of 9.25%. The leverage ratio is calculated inclusive of PPP loan balances. The Corporation is monitoring the impact of the recent pandemic-associated market volatility on its Goodwill asset. The Corporation continues to conduct Goodwill impairment analysis to confirm the value of this intangible asset as market events unfold.

Paul D. Tobias, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation and Chairman of mBank concluded, “2020 saw our company overcome significant hurdles and obstacles to achieve net income of $13.47 million, or $1.27 of earnings per share for the year. Considering significant downward rate moves, a pandemic operating environment and significant global economic pressures, we successfully managed through a very difficult year with our credit book and operating platform in-tact. We executed on PPP to both support our clients and communities and supplement earnings. With commercial loan production slowed by COVID, we pivoted to originate record levels of residential mortgage loans and drive significant noninterest income. This further proved our ability to be agile within our operations. We also accreted capital while executing the repurchase of approximately 284,000 shares of MFNC on the open market and maintaining our $.56 annual dividend. Overall, we could not be more pleased with our team’s efforts and execution during this unprecedented year.”

Mackinac Financial Corporation is a registered bank holding company formed under the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 with assets in excess of $1.5 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.


      As of and For the As of and For the 
      Year Ending Year Ending 
      December 31, December 31, 
(Dollars in thousands, except per share data)  2020  2019 
Selected Financial Condition Data (at end of period):    
Assets     $ 1,501,730 $1,320,069 
Loans      1,077,592  1,058,776 
Investment securities    111,836  107,972 
Deposits      1,258,776  1,075,677 
Borrowings     63,479  64,551 
Shareholders' equity    167,864  161,919 
Selected Statements of Income Data       
Net interest income    $ 54,806 $53,907 
Income before taxes    17,056  17,710 
Net income     13,473  13,850 
Income per common share - Basic   1.27  1.29 
Income per common share - Diluted   1.27  1.29 
Weighted average shares outstanding - Basic  10,580,044  10,737,653 
Weighted average shares outstanding- Diluted  10,580,044  10,757,507 
Selected Financial Ratios and Other Data:     
Performance Ratios:        
Net interest margin     4.37% 4.57%
Efficiency ratio     71.84  69.10 
Return on average assets    0.92  1.04 
Return on average equity    8.19  8.78 
Average total assets    $ 1,464,674 $1,332,882 
Average total shareholders' equity   164,505  157,831 
Average loans to average deposits ratio   93.34% 95.03%
Common Share Data at end of period:      
Market price per common share  $ 12.76 $17.56 
Book value per common share   15.99  15.06 
Tangible book value per share   13.71  12.77 
Dividends paid per share, annualized   0.52  0.52 
Common shares outstanding    10,500,758  10,748,712 
Other Data at end of period:       
Allowance for loan losses   $ 5,816 $5,308 
Non-performing assets    7,210  7,377 
Allowance for loan losses to total loans   0.51% 0.49%
Non-performing assets to total assets   0.48% 0.56%
Texas ratio     4.82% 4.41%
Number of:        
Branch locations     28  29 
FTE Employees     315  304 


  December 31, December 31,
Cash and due from banks $218,901  $49,794 
Federal funds sold  76   32 
Cash and cash equivalents  218,977   49,826 
Interest-bearing deposits in other financial institutions  2,917   10,295 
Securities available for sale  111,836   107,972 
Federal Home Loan Bank stock  4,924   4,924 
Commercial  819,907   765,524 
Mortgage  238,705   272,014 
Consumer  18,980   21,238 
Total Loans  1,077,592   1,058,776 
Allowance for loan losses  (5,816)  (5,308)
Net loans  1,071,776   1,053,468 
Premises and equipment  25,518   23,608 
Other real estate held for sale  1,752   2,194 
Deferred tax asset  3,303   3,732 
Deposit based intangibles  4,368   5,043 
Goodwill  19,574   19,574 
Other assets  36,785   39,433 
TOTAL ASSETS $1,501,730  $1,320,069 
Noninterest bearing deposits $414,804  $287,611 
NOW, money market, interest checking  450,556   373,165 
Savings  130,755   109,548 
CDs<$250,000  202,266   233,956 
CDs>$250,000  15,224   12,775 
Brokered  45,171   58,622 
Total deposits  1,258,776   1,075,677 
Federal funds purchased  -
Borrowings  63,479   64,551 
Other liabilities  11,611   11,697 
Total liabilities  1,333,866   1,158,150 
Common stock and additional paid in capital - No par value Authorized - 18,000,000 shares Issued and outstanding - 10,500,758 and 10,748,712 respectively  127,164   129,564 
Retained earnings  39,318   31,740 
Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss)      
Unrealized (losses) gains on available for sale securities  1,965   1,025 
Minimum pension liability  (583)  (410)
Total shareholders' equity  167,864   161,919 


  For the Years Ended 
  December 31, 
   2020   2019 
Interest and fees on loans:     
Taxable $ 58,412  $59,673 
Tax-exempt  201   187 
Interest on securities:     
Taxable  2,255   2,708 
Tax-exempt  535   343 
Other interest income  626   1,473 
Total interest income  62,029   64,384 
Deposits  6,052   9,436 
Borrowings  1,171   1,041 
Total interest expense  7,223   10,477 
Net interest income  54,806   53,907 
Provision for loan losses  1,000   385 
Net interest income after provision for loan losses  53,806   53,522 
Deposit service fees  1,133   1,586 
Income from loans sold on the secondary market  5,935   1,889 
SBA/USDA loan sale gains  1,729   908 
Mortgage servicing amortization  838   693 
Net security gains  2   208 
Other  562   669 
Total other income  10,199   5,953 
Salaries and employee benefits  26,081   22,743 
Occupancy  4,370   4,069 
Furniture and equipment  3,347   3,000 
Data processing  3,093   2,717 
Advertising  912   889 
Professional service fees  1,842   2,100 
Loan origination expenses and deposit and card related fees  1,965   1,546 
Writedowns and (gains) losses on other real estate held for sale  (22)  212 
FDIC insurance assessment  578   70 
Communications expense  935   885 
Other  3,848   3,534 
Total other expenses  46,949   41,765 
Income before provision for income taxes  17,056   17,710 
Provision for income taxes  3,583   3,860 
Basic $ 1.27  $1.29 
Diluted $ 1.27  $1.29 


(Dollars in thousands)

Loan Portfolio Balances (at end of period):

 December 31, December 31, 
 2020 2019 
 (Unaudited) (Audited) 
Commercial Loans:    
Real estate - operators of nonresidential buildings$ 138,992 $141,965 
Hospitality and tourism 100,237  97,721 
Lessors of residential buildings 52,035  51,085 
Gasoline stations and convenience stores 29,046  27,176 
Logging 18,651  22,136 
Commercial construction 47,698  40,107 
Other 433,248  385,334 
Total Commercial Loans 819,907  765,524 
1-4 family residential real estate 227,044  253,918 
Consumer 18,980  21,238 
Consumer construction 11,661  18,096 
Total Loans$ 1,077,592 $1,058,776 

Credit Quality (at end of period):

 December 31, December 31, 
  2020  2019 
 (Unaudited) (Audited) 
Nonperforming Assets :    
Nonaccrual loans$ 5,458 $5,172 
Loans past due 90 days or more -  11 
Restructured loans -  - 
Total nonperforming loans 5,458  5,183 
Other real estate owned 1,752  2,194 
Total nonperforming assets$ 7,210 $7,377 
Nonperforming loans as a % of loans 0.51% 0.49%
Nonperforming assets as a % of assets 0.48% 0.56%
Reserve for Loan Losses:    
At period end$ 5,816 $5,308 
As a % of outstanding loans 0.54% 0.50%
As a % of nonperforming loans 106.56% 102.41%
As a % of nonaccrual loans 106.56% 102.63%
Texas Ratio 4.82% 4.41%
Charge-off Information (year to date):   
Average loans$ 1,117,132 $1,047,439 
Net charge-offs (recoveries)$ 492 $260 
Charge-offs as a % of average    
loans, annualized 0.04% 0.02%


 December 31, September 30, June 30, March 31, December 31,  
  2020   2020   2020   2020   2019   
BALANCE SHEET (Dollars in thousands)           
Total loans$ 1,077,592  $1,144,325  $1,153,790  $1,044,177  $1,058,776   
Allowance for loan losses (5,816)  (5,832)  (5,355)  (5,292)  (5,308)  
Total loans, net 1,071,776   1,138,493   1,148,435   1,038,885   1,053,468   
Total assets 1,501,730   1,522,917   1,518,473   1,356,381   1,320,069   
Core deposits 1,198,381   1,195,062   1,122,582   984,936   1,004,280   
Noncore deposits 60,395   85,825   104,970   110,445   71,397   
Total deposits 1,258,776   1,280,887   1,227,552   1,095,381   1,075,677   
Total borrowings 63,479   63,505   114,466   67,120   64,551   
Total shareholders' equity 167,864   166,168   164,157   160,060   161,919   
Total tangible equity 143,922   142,057   139,877   135,612   137,302   
Total shares outstanding 10,500,758   10,533,589   10,533,589   10,533,589   10,748,712   
Weighted average shares outstanding 10,536,023   10,533,589   10,533,589   10,717,967   10,748,712   
AVERAGE BALANCES (Dollars in thousands)          
Assets$ 1,505,869  $1,536,128  $1,501,423  $1,321,134  $1,347,916   
Earning assets 1,252,038   1,303,102   1,290,012   1,171,551   1,205,241   
Loans 1,118,665   1,154,670   1,147,620   1,047,144   1,081,294   
Noninterest bearing deposits 422,081   422,134   346,180   284,677   283,259   
Deposits 1,255,669   1,269,658   1,211,694   1,076,206   1,080,359   
Equity 167,459   165,450   161,811   162,661   161,588   
INCOME STATEMENT (Dollars in thousands)          
Net interest income$ 13,898  $13,052  $14,458  $13,397  $13,350   
Provision for loan losses 400   400   100   100   35   
Net interest income after provision 13,498   12,652   14,358   13,297   13,315   
Total noninterest income 2,779   3,116   2,367   1,937   1,848   
Total noninterest expense 11,663   11,561   12,352   11,372   10,813   
Income before taxes 4,614   4,207   4,373   3,862   4,350   
Provision for income taxes 970   883   919   811   1,054   
Net income available to common shareholders$ 3,644  $3,324  $3,454  $3,051  $3,296   
Income pre-tax, pre-provision$ 5,014  $3,724  $4,473  $3,962  $4,385   
PER SHARE DATA           
Earnings per common share$ 0.35  $0.32  $0.33  $0.28  $0.31   
Book value per common share 15.99   15.78   15.58   15.20   15.06   
Tangible book value per share 13.71   13.49   13.28   12.87   12.77   
Market value, closing price 12.76   9.65   10.37   10.45   17.56   
Dividends per share 0.14   0.14   0.14   0.14   0.14   
Nonperforming loans/total loans 0.51 % 0.47 % 0.53 % 0.61 % 0.49 % 
Nonperforming assets/total assets 0.48   0.48   0.55   0.64   0.56   
Allowance for loan losses/total loans 0.54   0.51   0.46   0.51   0.50   
Allowance for loan losses/nonperforming loans 106.56   107.72   87.44   82.48   102.41   
Texas ratio 4.82   4.91   4.22   6.13   4.41   
Return on average assets 0.96 % 0.86 % 0.93 % 0.93 % 0.97 % 
Return on average equity 8.66   7.99   8.58   7.54   8.09   
Net interest margin 4.42   3.98   4.51   4.60   4.39   
Average loans/average deposits 89.09   90.94   94.71   97.30   100.09   
Tier 1 leverage ratio 9.63 % 9.20 % 9.45 % 10.20 % 10.09 % 
Tier 1 capital to risk weighted assets 14.48   13.91   13.27   12.89   12.71   
Total capital to risk weighted assets 15.07   14.49   13.79   13.41   13.22   
Average equity/average assets (for the quarter) 11.12   10.77   10.78   12.31   11.99   

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