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Rockville Bank and United Bank Transformation Merger-of-Equals Investor Presentation
Rockville Financial, Inc.(the "Company"), completed the “second-step” conversion of Rockville Bank (the “Bank”) from a mutual holding company structure to a stock holding company structure (the “Conversion”) on March 3, 2011.
By assets, Rockville Financial, Inc. is the third largest publicly traded banking institution headquartered in Connecticut with consolidated assets of $2.22 billion and stockholders’ equity of $295.0 million at September 30, 2013. The Company delivers financial services to individuals, families and businesses throughout Connecticut and the region through its 22 banking offices, its commercial loan production office, its mortgage loan production office, 38 ATMs and internet website (www.rockvillebank.com). The Company’s common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Stock Exchange under the symbol “RCKB.”
The Company strives to remain a leader in meeting the financial service needs of the community and to provide superior customer service to the individuals and businesses in the market areas that it has served since 1858. Rockville Bank is a community-oriented provider of traditional banking products and services to business organizations and individuals, offering products such as residential and commercial real estate loans, commercial business loans, consumer loans and a variety of deposit products. Our business philosophy is to remain a community-oriented franchise and continue to focus on providing superior customer service to meet the financial needs of the communities in which we operate. Current strategies include expanding our banking network by pursuing new branch locations and branch acquisition opportunities in our market area, continuing our residential mortgage lending activities which comprise a majority of our loan portfolio and continuing to expand our commercial real estate and commercial business lending activities and growing our deposit base.