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Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania Company Profile - Aug 05, 2011 by WrightReports

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Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania, Inc. is a bank holding company that operates through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Royal Bank America (Royal Bank) and Royal Asian Bank (Royal Asian) (collectively referred to as the Banks). The Banks engage in a range of banking services to individual and corporate customers primarily located in the Mid-Atlantic States. The Company also has a wholly owned non-bank subsidiary, Royal Investments of Delaware, Inc. (RID), which is engaged in investment activities. It has also established a wholly owned subsidiary, Royal Captive Insurance Company, which was formed to insure commercial property and umbrella liability for the Company and its affiliates. The Company operates through three segments: Community Banking, Tax Liens and Equity Investments.

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   Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania, Inc.
                                                                                        440 Wheelers Farms Road
                                                                                        Milford, CT 06461 U.S.A.


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   Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania, Inc. is a bank holding company that operates           Ticker:
   through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Royal Bank America (Royal Bank) and Royal         RBPAA
   Asian Bank (Royal Asian) (collectively referred to as the Banks). The Banks engage in
   a range of banking services to individual and corporate customers primarily located in   2010 Sales:
   the Mid-Atlantic States. The Company also has a wholly owned non-bank subsidiary,
                                                                                            64,275,000
   Royal Investments of Delaware, Inc. (RID), which is engaged in investment
   activities. It has also established a wholly owned subsidiary, Royal Captive Insurance
   Company, which was formed to insure commercial property and umbrella liability for       Major Industry:
   the Company and its affiliates. The Company operates through three segments:             Financial
   Community Banking, Tax Liens and Equity Investments.
                       Stock Chart                                Officers                  Sub Industry:
                                                         Chairman & Chief Executive         Commercial Banks
                                                               Robert R. Tabas
                                                                                            Country:
                                                         President & Chief Operating        United States
                                                                   Officer
                                                             James J. McSwiggan             Currency:
                                                                                            U.S. Dollars
                                                              Chief Financial Officer
                                                                  Robert A. Kuehl
                                                                                            Fiscal Year Ends:
                                                                                            December

                                                                                            Employees
                                                                                            155

                                                                                            Exchanges:
                                                                                            NAS

                                         
								
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