TCNB

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TCNBTri City National Bank (Wisconsin)
TCNBTru-Cut Needle Biopsy (surgery)
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First Citizens Banc Corp., (NASDAQ: FCZA) parent company of Civista Bank, said the acquisition of TCNB Financial Corp.
TCNB was merged into First Citizens, followed immediately by the merger of Citizens National into Civista to complete the acquisition.
Total assets of TCNB prior to the merger were USD97.4m including USD76.8m in loans.
12 September 2014 -- Ohio US-based bank holding company First Citizens Banc Corp (NASDAQ: FCZA) and TCNB Financial Corp Dayton Ohio said that they have signed a definitive agreement and plan of merger which provides for First Citizens to acquire TCNB and its The Citizens National Bank of Southwestern Ohio subsidiary in an all-cash transaction.
Under the terms of the agreement, First Citizens has agreed to pay USD 23.50 in cash for each outstanding share of TCNB common stock for a total cash consideration of approximately USD 17.2m.
First Citizens Banc Corp (NASDAQ: FCZA), the parent company of Civista Bank, has said that it has completed its acquisition of TCNB Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: TCNB) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, The Citizens National Bank of Southwestern Ohio, in an all-cash transaction worth USD17.2m, or USD23.50 per share.
First Citizens and TCNB first announced that they had entered into an agreement to merge in September, 2014.
9 March 2015 - US-based bank holding company First Citizens Banc Corp (NASDAQ: FCZA) has completed its acquisition of TCNB Financial Corp.
First Citizens and TCNB had first announced that they had entered into an agreement to merge in September of 2014.
As part of the transaction, TCNB shareholders will receive USD23.50 in cash for each share they own.
As of 30 June, TCNB had total assets of USD105m and deposits of USD93m.
First Citizens Banc Corp (FCZA), and TCNB Financial Corp, Dayton, Ohio (TCNB) have said that they have signed a definitive agreement and plan of merger under which First Citizens will acquire TCNB, and its wholly-owned subsidiary, The Citizens National Bank of Southwestern Ohio, in an all-cash transaction.