WESTON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FCB Financial Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: FCB), parent company of Florida Community Bank, N.A, announced that FCB has been recognized as one of the Top-10 performing banks in the nation with assets between $5 billion and $50 billion by Bank Director magazine. FCB placed 6th out of 117 banks in the same asset category. This is the second consecutive year FCB received a top-10 ranking in Bank Director’s annual bank performance scorecard.
Bank Director's annual bank performance scorecard analysis included the 300 largest publicly traded banks and is based on five key metrics related to profitability, capital strength and asset quality. Based on the results of Bank Director’s 2017 Bank Performance Scorecard, FCB ranked in the top quartile for all five categories.
“We are pleased to once again be nationally recognized by Bank Director as one of the highest quality, top performing institutions of our size,” said Kent Ellert, FCB’s President and CEO. “This acknowledgment speaks to our commitment to consistent, quality organic growth driven by providing superior service to our loyal Florida customers.”
The 2017 Bank Performance Scorecards appears in the 3rd Quarter 2017 edition of the Bank Director magazine. The 2017 Bank Performance Scorecard was calculated by Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P., a New York-based investment banking firm, using data provided to it by S&P Global Market Intelligence (formerly SNL Financial) in Charlottesville, Virginia.
About FCB Financial Holdings, Inc.
FCB Financial Holdings, Inc., parent company of Florida Community Bank, N.A., (NYSE: FCB) is the second largest Florida-based independent bank, and among the most highly capitalized banks in the state. Awarded a five-star rating from Bauer Financial™, FCB assets are more than $9.9 billion, with capital ratios that exceed regulatory standards. Since its founding in 2010, FCB has been steadfast in its commitment to delivering personalized service, innovation, and products and services equal to those offered by the national banks. Similarly, FCB recognizes the importance of community, fostering a corporate culture that promotes employee volunteerism at all levels, while supporting community-based programs and partnerships that help promote greater financial independence and improved quality of life for families. FCB serves individuals, businesses and communities across the state with 46 full-service banking centers from east to west, and from Daytona Beach to Miami-Dade. For more information, visit FloridaCommunityBank.com. Equal Housing Lender, Member FDIC.