Most Active Bank and Thrift Buyers of Insurance Agencies since 1994: By Value of All Deals If Disclosed

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Most Active Bank and Thrift Buyers of Insurance Agencies since 1994: By Value of All Deals If Disclosed


1 Royal Bank of Canada Toronto $798.70 Jan 1 '00

2 BB&T Corp. Winston-Salem, N.C. 590.80 June 16' 95

3 Bank One Corp. Chicago 500.00 Nov. 13 '00

4 Greater Bay Bancorp Palo Alto, Calif. 243.40 Dec. 19 '01

5 Illinois Agricultural Association Bloomington 183.70 Oct. 29 '03

6 Old National Bancorp Evansville, Ind. 79.70 Nov. 29 '99

7 Summit Bancorp Princeton, N.J. 68.20 Dec. 9 '07

8 BancorpSouth Inc. Tupelo, Miss. 59.40 April 26 '99

9 Sky Financial Group Inc. Bowling Green, Ohio 54.60 March 15 '99

10 Regions Financial Corp. Birmingham, Ala. 48.00 Feb. 7 '01

11 F.N.B. Corp. Hermitage, Pa. 47.60 June 23 '99

12 Credit Suisse Group Zurich 41.90 July 2 '98

13 Temple-Inland Inc. Diboll, Tex. 41.00 Oct. 10 '00

14 Wachovia Corp. Charlotte 38.70 July 7 '99

15 Enterprise Financial Services Corp. Clayton, Mo. 36.00 Oct. 13 '05

16 Citigroup Inc. New York 35.00 March 31 '99

17 BNCcorp Inc. Bismarck, N.D. 32.50 Jan 1 '97

18 First Tennessee National Corp. Memphis 29.00 Dec. 10 '01

19 KNBT Bancorp Inc. Bethlehem, Pa. 28.00 Feb. 28 '05

20 Hibernia Corp. New Orleans 26.80 March 2 '98

21 Trustmark Corp. Jackson, Miss. 26.00 Dec. 8 '98

22 Sterling Financial Corp. Lancaster, Pa. 25.70 Jan. 12 '04

23 JPMorgan Chase & Co. New York 35.90 Dec. 31 '99

24 Commerce Bancorp Inc. Cherry Hill, N.J. 24.20 July 31 '96

25 Hancock Holding Co. Gulfport, Miss. 23.60 Aug. 8 '03

26 Harleysville National Corp. Pa. 22.00 Nov. 15 '05

27 Peoples Bancorp Inc. Marietta, Ohio 21.20 Nov. 2 '99

28 Huntington Bancshares Inc. Columbus, Ohio 20.00 Nov. 5 '96

29 Susquehanna Bancshares Inc. Lilitz, Pa. 17.00 April 30 '02

30 South Financial Group Inc. Greenville, S.C. 16.80 Sept. 20 '02

31 TowneBank Portsmouth, Va. 16.60 Jan 1 '01

32 Grupo Financiero Inbursa S.A. de C.V. Mexico City 11.50 Nov. 28 ' 00

33 Leesport Financial Corp. Wyomissing, Pa. 11.20 Oct. 1 '02

34 FCNB Corp. Frederick, Md. 11.10 Sept. 2 '98

35 BancFirst Corp. Oklahoma City 10.10 Nov. 20 '00

36 First of America Bank Corp. Kalamazoo, Mich. 9.90 April 9 '96

37 Shore Bancshares Inc. Easton, Md. 9.60 Dec. 21 '01

38 Evans Bancorp Inc. Angola, N.Y. 9.10 Oct. 1 '99

39 Webster Financial Corp. Waterbury, Conn. 8.60 April 29 '98

40 Main Street Banks Inc. Kennesaw, Ga. 8.30 June 3 '02

41 First Financial Corp. Terre Haute, Ind. 7.70 March 22 '01

42 ACNB Corp. Gettysburg, Pa. 7.60 Nov. 19 '04

43 F&M National Corp. Winchester, Va. 7.20 Sept. 11 '97

44 First Banks Inc. Clayton, Mo. 7.00 March 30 '06

45 Team Financial Inc. Paola, Kan. 6.90 Dec. 11 '02

46 Oneida Financial Corp. Oneida, N.Y. 6.80 April 25 '00

47 NBC Capital Corp. Starkville, Miss. 6.70 April 7 '00

48 First Charter Corp. Charlotte 6.00 Oct. 1 '98

49 Waypoint Financial Corp. Harrisburg, Pa. 6.00 Oct. 3 '00

50 Centura Banks Inc. Rocky Mount, N.C. 5.90 Nov. 3 '97

51 Banknorth Group Inc. Portland, Maine 5.80 June 19 '00

52 Arrow Financial Corp. Glens Falls, N.Y. 4.90 Nov. 29 '04

53 MegaBank Financial Corp. Englewood, Colo. 4.50 April 1 '99

54 First Sterling Banks Inc. Kennesaw, Ga. 4.30 Sept. 26 '00

55 Zions Bancorp. Salt Lake City 4.00 Jan. 1 '99

56 First M and F Corp. Kosciusko, Miss. $3.90 Sept. 20 '99

57 First Leesport Bancorp Inc. Pa. 3.80 Sept. 17 '98

58 National Penn Bancshares Inc. Boyertown, Pa. 3.60 June 2 '04

59 Peoples Holding Co. …

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