SaviBank Completes $8.6 Million Secondary Offering
SaviBank Completes $8.6 Million Secondary Offering at $1.60 per Share
Burlington, WA – July 12, 2017 — SaviBank (OTCPink: SVVB), today announced it completed a private placement of 5.36 million shares, raising net proceeds of $8.5 million. The offering was oversubscribed by $580,222 and brought 41 new shareholders into the ownership base. SaviBank now has 17.1 million shares outstanding with a market cap of approximately $29.1 million. Following the offering, SaviBank’s total riskbased capital ratio improved to approximately 15% and the tier-1 leverage ratio was approximately 13%.
Total assets were $211.1 million at June 30, 2017.
“We are continuing to generate solid momentum as we expand our franchise and build market share in Northwest Washington,” said Michal D. Cann, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “The recent completion of a two-stage capital raise generated $8.6 million in gross proceeds and $8.5 million in net new capital. Our largest shareholder invested an additional $5.0 million in this offering with the remaining $3.6 million in capital raised in our local community and with a few long-term institutional owners. We are extremely pleased with the offering’s strong reception. This fresh capital is expected to support our growth for the next several years.”
Forward Looking Statement
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