U & I Financial Corp. (OTC Pink: UNIF), the holding company for UniBank,
today reported year to date net income of $2.2 million or $0.39 per
share for the quarter ending June 30, 2018, as compared to $1.5 million
or $0.30 per share for the year earlier period. The year to date net
income increased $639 thousand or 42% from the prior year.
As compared to June 30, 2017, total assets increased by $55.0 million
(24%) to $288.5 million in 2018 fueled by both loans growth of $45.9
million (29%) to $202.1 million and deposits growth of $42.6 million
(22%) to $236.9 million.
“We are very pleased with the year to date results. The Bank has
rebounded from the challenges from the prior year caused by the failed
merger, and have continued to build momentum after finishing strong last
year. We credit this turnaround to our very talented staff, a
knowledgeable and supportive board, and our faithful shareholders. We
look forward to continue rewarding our shareholders with excellent
results,” said Peter Park, President and CEO of UniBank.
2018 Second Quarter Highlights
Total assets grew 24% to $288.5 million as compared to $233.5 million a
Total loans, net of provision, grew 29% to $202.1 million as compared to
$156.2 million a year ago.
Total deposits grew 22% to $236.9 million as compared to $194.3 million
a year ago.
Net income year to date grew 42% to $2.2 million as compared to $1.5
million one year ago.
Net income for the quarter grew 16% to $1.3 million as compared to $1.1
million one year ago.
Net interest income grew 31% to $2.8 million for the quarter as compared
to $2.1 million one year ago.
Net interest margin was 4.29% for the quarter as compared to 3.86% one
Gain on sale of SBA loans was $908 thousand year to date as compared to
$311 thousand a year ago.
Return on average equity for the quarter was 12.99% as compared to
11.91% a year ago.
Nonperforming assets to total assets was 0.47% as compared to 0.68% a
The efficiency ratio (noninterest expense divided by revenue) was 50.39%
for the quarter as compared to 61.51% a year ago.
About U & I Financial Corp.
UniBank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of U & I Financial Corp. (OTC Pink:
UNIF), is one of the highest performing banks in Washington state in
terms of return on assets. Based in Lynnwood, Washington, the bank was
founded in 2006 to serve the small to medium-sized businesses,
professionals, and residents with a particular emphasis on Korean and
other ethnic minority communities. Customers can access their accounts
in any of the 4 branches – Lynnwood, Bellevue, Federal Way and Tacoma –
online, or through the Bank’s ATM network.
For more information visit www.unibankusa.com
or call (425) 275-9700.
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that might cause differences including but not limited to the degree of
competition by traditional and nontraditional competitors, declines in
real estate markets, an increase in unemployment or sustained high
levels of unemployment; changes in interest rates; adverse changes in
local, national and international economies; changes in the Federal
Reserve’s actions that affect monetary and fiscal policies; changes in
legislative or regulatory actions or reform, including without
limitation, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection
Act; demand for products and services; changes to the quality of the
loan portfolio and our ability to succeed in our problem-asset
resolution efforts; the impact of technological advances; changes in tax
laws; and other risk factors. UniBank undertakes no obligation to
publicly update or clarify any forward-looking statement to reflect the
impact of events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this
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