BCB Bancorp, Inc., Bayonne, N.J. (NASDAQ:BCBP – News), announced that the Board of Directors has unanimously approved a quarterly cash dividend of $0.12/share to shareholders in its common stock of record on February 7, 2014 payable on February 19, 2014. Donald Mindiak, Chief Executive Officer commented that, “As a result of a stabilizing economy and our improved results of operations as compared to the corresponding quarterly results from last year, our Board of Directors determined it was appropriate to declare our 21
consecutive dividend of $0.12/share. Additionally, this decision was made consistent with our philosophy of providing our shareholders with a competitive return on their investment. Despite the increasingly complex and challenging economic and regulatory environment for financial institutions, our Board of Directors and Executive Management team continues to implement strategic initiatives that have the capacity to increase franchise and shareholder value.”
BCB Community Bank presently operates ten full service offices in Bayonne, Hoboken, Jersey City, Monroe Township and South Orange and an office of the Bank of Woodbridge, a division of BCB Community Bank, in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
Questions regarding the content of this release should be directed to either Donald Mindiak, Chief Executive Officer or Thomas Coughlin, President & Chief Operating Officer at (201) 823-0700.
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