BCB Bancorp, Inc., Bayonne, N.J. (NASDAQ:BCBP), announced that the Board of Directors has unanimously approved a cash dividend of $150.00 for each share of its Series A 6.00% Noncumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock to be paid to preferred stock shareholders of record on April 2, 2014. The cash dividend is payable on April 15
2014. The dividend represents a 6.00% yield based on the Preferred Stock’s face value of $10,000. Donald Mindiak, CEO commented that “This marks the fourth dividend on our Preferred Stock issuance that was completed as of December 31, 2012. The successful completion of this capital raise has provided us the ability and opportunity to continue to grow and strengthen our balance sheet while we research and execute initiatives that have the potential of increasing franchise and shareholder value.”
BCB Community Bank currently operates 11 full service offices in Bayonne, Hoboken, Jersey City, Monroe Township, South Orange and Woodbridge.
Questions regarding the content of this release should be directed to Donald Mindiak, Chief Executive Officer or Thomas Coughlin, President & Chief Operating Officer at (201) 823-0700.
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