United Community Bank Completes Purchase Of Three Indiana Branches Of Integra Bank National Association
LAWRENCEBURG, Ind., June 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- United Community Bancorp, Inc. (Nasdaq: UCBA) announced today that its subsidiary, United Community Bank, has completed the purchase of three branch offices and certain loans of Integra Bank National Association. The acquisition occurred following the close of business today, at which time the Integra Bank National Association branch offices located in the towns of Osgood, Milan and Versailles, Indiana became branch offices of United Community Bank. Following completion of the transaction, United Community has nine branches -- four in Lawrenceburg; one in Aurora; one in St. Leon; one in Osgood; one in Milan; and one in Versailles, and approximately $490 million in assets and $430 million in deposits. William F. Ritzmann, President and Chief Executive Officer of United Community Bancorp and United Community Bank, stated, "We are extremely pleased to be welcoming the customers and employees of Integra Bank's Ripley County branches into the United Community Bank family. United Community Bank's banking approach stays true to its community banking roots and we look forward to serving our new customers the same way we serve our current customers -- in a manner that seeks to exceed their expectations. This transaction is also expected to be immediately accretive to earnings per share following the transaction's initial expenses."
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About United Community BancorpUnited Community Bancorp is the holding company of United Community Bank, headquartered in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. United Community Bank currently operates nine offices and 12 ATMs in Dearborn County and Ripley County, Indiana, and has total assets of approximately $450 million. For more information about United Community Bank, please visit us online at www.bankucb.com. SOURCE United Community Bancorp, Inc.
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