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This growth has been driven primarily by their entrepreneurial culture, their experienced management team and by the economic strength of their core market area in Oakland County, which has the twelfth highest median income in the United States of counties with over one million residents. The increase in salary and employee benefits in resulted from an increase of 23 full-time equivalent employees, with a portion of the increase in headcount due to the opening of the Grand Rapids banking center.
The increase in professional service fees was due primarily to regulatory and compliance services as a result of their growth and compliance related costs associated with their acquired MSB business. They have no obligation to pay dividends, and they may change their dividend policy at any time without notice to their shareholders. Any future determination to pay dividends on their common stock will be made by their board of directors and will depend upon their results of operations, financial condition, capital requirements, regulatory and contractual restrictions, their business strategy and other factors that their board of directors deems relevant.
Subject to those considerations, they currently expect that their board of directors will continue to declare a quarterly cash dividend following the completion of this offering. The firm is a commercial bank serving the core market area of Oakland County in Southeastern Michigan. Farmington Hills, MI-based Level One was founded in to provide a range of lending and related financial services to businesses and individuals in Oakland County area.
Investors in the firm include Wellington Management 9. In addition, CEO Fehring owns 3. LEVL has created a growing loan book and branch network of 14 offices in Oakland County and surrounding areas. Source: Level One Bank. Notably, the bank was founded just prior to the financial crisis and appears to have come through that period undamaged by bad loans, yet able to acquire assets and operations cheaply. LEVL has acquired customers through its acquisitions but is primarily focused on generating organic growth of deposits and loans.
Management says its base of operations, Oakland County, Mich. According to a Deloitte banking forecast , the overall backdrop for lending in the U. So, the macro growth trajectory is a potential cause for concern for banks like Level One. The bank faces significant competition across all four of its loan portfolio categories as well as for customer deposits.
In addition, the low unemployment rate makes competing for loan officers and other key revenue-driving employees a challenge for smaller banks like Level One. Management also has plans to expand its coverage area into neighboring regions, especially in selected locations in the Grand Rapids and Detroit metropolitan areas.
Management says it will use the net proceeds from the IPO as follows:. We intend to use the net proceeds from this offering for general corporate purposes, including to increase capital levels to support further organic growth, including the planned opening of two new banking centers in and , and, potentially, to fund future acquisitions. We do not have any current plans, arrangements, or understandings to make any acquisitions at this time.
We do not have any current specific plan for such remaining net proceeds, and do not have any current plans, arrangements or understandings to make any acquisitions. Subscribers receive access to my proprietary research, valuation, data, commentary, opinions, and chat on U.
(Nasdaq: LEVL) (“Level One”) announced today the pricing of its initial public offering of. rtton.xyz › Resources › About Us › News. Level One Bancorp intends to raise $25 million in a U.S. IPO. The bank provides commercial and residential lending and related services to.