Latoff concluded: "We are committed to building shareholder value by growing the DNB franchise through a diversified approach to relationship banking. We are primarily commercial-focused on the lending side, however, we believe there are many opportunities to serve retail markets, particularly in consumer lending and wealth management. As we move ahead, we will maintain high standards for risk and credit management to preserve the quality of our balance sheet."
DNB Financial Corporation is a bank holding company whose bank subsidiary, DNB First, National Association, is a community bank headquartered in Downingtown, Pennsylvania with 13 locations. DNB First, which was founded in 1860 provides a broad array of consumer and business banking products, and offers brokerage and insurance services through DNB Investments & Insurance, and investment management services through DNB Investment Management & Trust. DNB Financial Corporation's shares are traded on NASDAQ's Capital Market under the symbol: DNBF. We invite our customers and shareholders to visit our website at
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