SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Presidio Bank (OTCBB: PDOB), a Bay Area business bank, announced today that it had repurchased 4,256 shares of its Series A Perpetual Preferred Stock from a private investment fund. The purchase price for the $1,000 par value shares was $957.50 per share resulting in an aggregate purchase price of $4,075,120.
About Presidio Bank
Presidio Bank provides business banking services to small and mid-size businesses, including professional service firms, real estate developers and investors, and not-for-profit organizations, and to their owners who desire personalized, responsive service with access to local decision makers. Presidio Bank offers clients the resources of a large bank combined with the personalized services of a neighborhood bank. Presidio Bank is headquartered in San Francisco, California and currently operates four banking offices in San Francisco, Walnut Creek, San Rafael and Palo Alto. More information is available at www.presidiobank.com. Presidio Bank is a member of FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.
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