SHORT HILLS, N.J.
Sept. 28, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Investors Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISBC) ("Company"), the holding company for Investors Bank ("Bank"), announced today that the Company's Board of Directors has declared its first quarterly cash dividend of
per share to stockholders of record as of
October 15, 2012
. This is the Company's first dividend since completing its initial public stock offering in
. The majority of the outstanding stock of the Company is owned by Investors Bancorp MHC, a mutual holding company, which will receive the dividend payment along with the public shareholders on
November 1, 2012
, President and CEO of Investors Bancorp, commented, "I am pleased to announce the Board's decision to initiate a Dividend Program for the Company's shareholders. This is a significant milestone for our Company and provides another tool, in addition to our organic growth, stock repurchases and acquisition strategy, to enhance shareholder value and prepare us for our future transition to a fully public company."
June 30, 2012
, Investors Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Investors Bank, had
in assets and operated from its corporate headquarters in
Short Hills, New Jersey
and eighty-seven branch offices located throughout northern and central
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