Most Efficient Bank Holding Companies: Among the Largest 500, in the Second Quarter of 2003. Dollars in Thousands*

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Most Efficient Bank Holding Companies: Among the Largest 500, in the Second Quarter of 2003. Dollars in Thousands*


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    1    First Financial Holdings Renton, Wash.
    2    Hudson City MHC Paramus, N.J.
    3    New York Community Bancorp Inc. Westbury
    4    Amboy Bancorp Old Bridge, N.J.
    5    West Bancorp Inc. W Des Moines
    6    Fidelity Bancshares Inc. Edina, Minn.
    7    Intervest Bancshares Corp. New York
    8    SBC Inc. Countryside, Ill.
    9    W Holding Co. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
    10   Doral Financial Corp. San Juan, Puerto Rico
    11   ITLA Capital Corp. La Jolla, Calif.
    12   North Fork Bancorp Melville, N.Y.
    13   Bank of Highland Park Financial Ill.
    14   GreenPoint Financial Corp. New York
    15   Bankfirst Corp. Sioux Falls, S.D.
    16   Cathay Bancorp Inc. Los Angeles
    17   Corus Bankshares Inc. Chicago
    18   WestAmerica Bancorp San Rafael, Calif.
    19   City National Bancshares Miami
    20   Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania Narberth
    21   Frontier Financial Corp. Everett, Wash.
    22   Stearns Financial Services St. Cloud, Minn.
    23   Northern Empire Bancshares Santa Rosa, Calif.
    24   S & T Bancorp Inc. Indiana, Pa.
    25   Park National Corp. Newark, Ohio
    26   Bank of Granite Corp. Granite Falls, N.C.
    27   UCBH Holdings Inc. San Francisco
    28   Horizon Financial Corp Bellingham, Wash.
    29   Ocean Bankshares Inc. Miami
    30   East West Bancorp Inc. San Marino, Calif.
    31   Fifth Third Bancorp Cincinnati
    32   MBT Financial Corp. Monroe, Mich.
    33   Great Southern Bancorp Inc. Springfield, Mo.
    34   Bank of the Ozarks Inc. Little Rock
    35   Valley View Bancshares Inc. Overland Park, Kan.
    36   INB Financial Corp. McAllen, Tex.
    37   Parkway Bancorp Inc. Harwood Heights, Ill.
    38   Southern Financial Bancorp Warrenton, Va.
    39   R&G Financial Corp. San Juan, Puerto Rico
    40   Lauritzen Corp. Omaha
    41   Pacific Capital Bancorp Santa Barbara, Calif.
    42   Ames National Corp. Iowa
    43   CVB Financial Corp. Ontario, Calif.
    44   Associated Banc-Corp Green Bay, Wis.
    45   Cascade Bancorp Bend, Ore.
    46   International Bancshares Corp. Laredo, Tex.
    47   NSB Holding Corp. Ithaca, N.Y.
    48   First South Bancorp Inc. Washington, N.C.
    49   Valley National Bancorp Wayne, N.J.
    50   Mercantile Bankshares Corp. Baltimore
    51   Commercial Bankshares Inc. Miami
    52   National Bankshares Inc. Blacksburg, Va.
    53   Prosperity Bancshares Inc. Houston
    54   Republic Bancorp Inc. Louisville
         First Bancorp San Juan, Puerto Rico
    56   First Citizens Financial Corp. Mason City, Iowa
    57   Central Pacific Financial Honolulu
    58   Trinity Capital Corp. Los Alamos, N.M.
    59   Texas Regional Bancshares McAllen
    60   National City Corp. Cleveland
    61   Hudson Valley Holding Corp. Yonkers, N.Y.
    62   West Suburban Bancorp Inc. Lombard, Ill.
         FirstMerit Corp. Akron, Ohio
    64   FirstBank Holding Co. Lakewood, Colo.
    65   Heartland Bancorp Inc. Bloomington, Ill.
    66   Hershenhorn Bancorp. Palatine, Ill.
    67   United National Corp. Sioux Falls, S.D.
    68   Republic First Bancorp Inc. Philadelphia
    69   Inwood Bancshares Inc. Dallas
    70   Mercantile Bank Corp. Wyoming, Mich.
    71   Farmers and Merchants Bancorp Archbold, Ohio
    72   American National Corp. Omaha
    73   First Midwest Bancorp Inc. Itasca, Ill.
    74   Suffolk Bancorp Riverhead, N.Y.
    75   Charter One Financial Inc. Cleveland
    76   Berkshire Bancorp Inc. New York
    77   Harleysville Savings Financial Corp. Pa.
    78   Massbank Corp. Reading, Mass.
    79   NEB Corp. Fond du Lac, Wis.
    80   U.S. Bancorp Minneapolis
    81   Midwest Banc Holdings Inc. Melrose Park, Ill.
    82   Glacier Bancorp Inc. Kalispell, Mont.
    83   Arrow Financial Corp. Glens Falls, N.Y.
    84   Republic Bancorp Inc. Owosso, Mich.
    85   Comerica Inc. Detroit
    86   Camden National Corp. … 

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