Concentra Bank (Concentra) posted strong fourth-quarter financial results, as reported to shareholders earlier today at the company's Q4 2020 Investor Relations webinar.
The Concentra Board of Directors declared a fourth-quarter cash dividend of $0.139539 per common share, representing a $1.34 million total quarterly payment to common shareholders. Since 2005, Concentra has returned more than $90 million in dividend payments to common shareholders1, executing on its strategy to drive growth in the credit union system.
Concentra's financial performance was highlighted in the Q4 results with a net income of $10.3 million, along with revenue of $33.1 million and a return on equity of 5.2%.
Concentra ended the quarter with total reported assets of $11.1 billion and a CET1 ratio of 12.8%. Concentra maintains a high quality composition of capital, in excess of regulatory minimum requirements.
Notable business highlights from Q4 include:
- Strong bounce back in Q3 & Q4 of 2020
- Total assets grew to $11.1B
- Strong growth in residential mortgages
- Capital ratios remain stable
Demonstrating consistently strong financial performance and shareholder returns reinforces the value Concentra provides for Canadian credit unions.
Quarterly Results Materials
Detailed quarterly results materials, including the webcast, presentation and the Investor Fact Sheet are available
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1 Formerly class A shares.