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February 6, 2013
09:02 EDTFBCFlagstar Bancorp announecs sale of remaining commercial loan portfolio
Flagstar Bancorp announced that the Bank has entered into a definitive Asset and Portfolio Purchase and Sale Agreement under which Customers Bank will acquire substantially all of Flagstar's remaining Northeast-based commercial loan portfolio. Under the terms of the Agreement, Customers will acquire $187.6M in commercial loan commitments, of which $150.9M is currently outstanding. Flagstar expects that the total purchase price will be approximately $148.9M, which represents 98.7% of the outstanding balance. Flagstar expects that a vast majority of these assets will be transferred during the first quarter 2013. Upon completion of these transfers, Flagstar expects its remaining Northeast-based commercial loan portfolio balance to be approximately $19.3M.
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13:00 EDTFBCFlagstar Bancorp downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at FBR Capital
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05:13 EDTFBCFlagstar Bancorp reports Q1 EPS ($1.50), may not compare to consensus 19c
Reports Q1 book value per share $19.29. Reports Q1 Tier 1 capital ratio 23.62%. Sandro DiNello, the company's CEO said, "Our first quarter results were largely in-line with expectations except for our provision for loan losses and a one-time adjustment to our repurchased loans. During the quarter, we made the determination to significantly bolster our loan loss reserve estimates which results in an increase to the loss coverage period from approximately 12 months to 18 months. As a result of this action, which was not driven by charge-offs, the allowance for loan losses increased to $307M at March 31, from $207M at December 31, 2013 and the ratio of allowance for loan losses to non-performing loans increased to 286.9% from 145.9% at December 31, 2013. Additionally, we recorded a $21.1M reduction to the originally recorded fair value of loans that we repurchased from the GSEs and which were performing at that time."

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