FORT WORTH, TX / ACCESSWIRE / September 28, 2023 / Trinity Bank, N.A. (OTC PINK:TYBT) announced that on September 26, 2023, the Board of Directors declared a cash dividend of $0.85 per share. The dividend will be payable on October 31, 2023 to shareholders of record as of the close of business on October 13, 2023.
CEO Matt R. Opitz stated, 'The Board of Directors of Trinity Bank, N.A. is pleased to announce the bank's 24th semiannual cash dividend. The dividend of $0.85 per share payable on October 31, 2023 represents a 4.9% increase over the $0.81 per share dividend paid in April 2023.'
CEO Opitz further stated, 'As we look back on the 20 years Trinity Bank has been serving the North Texas Community, we are reminded of the significant role our shareholders have played in the bank's success and for that we say, THANK YOU.'
'As we continue to see many banks both across the country as well as in our own backyard struggle in the current rate environment, we are pleased to announce our 24th consecutive increase to the bank's semi-annual dividend. Trinity Bank's conservative management practices and history of strong performance and earnings continue to make these dividend payments possible.'
'Trinity Bank is well positioned to remain successful and take advantage of opportunities for continued growth during these unprecedented times with an exceptional staff, committed shareholder base, significant liquidity, strong capital and good quality assets.'
The Board of Directors will review the dividend policy again in the Spring of 2024 when operating results for the second half of 2023 are available.
Trinity Bank, N.A. is a commercial bank that began operations May 28, 2003. For a full financial statement, visit Trinity Bank's website: www.trinitybk.com click on 'About Us' and then click on 'Investor Information'. Financial information in regulatory reporting format is also available at www.fdic.gov.
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SOURCE: Trinity Bank N.A.
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