Welcome, Midtown Bank & Trust Company Shareholders
As of October 20, 2014 the merger between Midtown Bank & Trust Company and First Landmark Bank is final, and going forward the combined company will operate under the First Landmark Bank banking charter. For this reason, Midtown Bank shareholders will be required to remit their existing Midtown Bank & Trust Company stock certificates for exchange to a First Landmark Bank stock certificate.
First Landmark Bank has contracted with Broadridge Financial Services as “Exchange Agent” to assist you in this process. Their communication to you by mail will provide the instructions and documents you will need to remit your stock.
Any interim questions you may have can be addressed to Renee White, SVP | Corporate Secretary | Transfer Agent at the contact information below.
Often during the merger negotiations and leadership team merger planning, Midtown president Stan Kryder and First Landmark president Terry DeWitt would say, “We are planning for One plus One to be greater than Two.” It is an exciting time as we combine the banks, and we look forward to sharing the journey together.
First Landmark Bank Common Stock
The company stock of First Landmark Bank is not publicly traded. If you are interested in buying or selling shares of First Landmark Bank common stock, please contact the transfer agent and investor relations contact for First Landmark Bank as follows:
Renee White, Transfer Agent
First Landmark Bank
307 N. Marietta Parkway or P. O. Box 5138
Marietta, GA 30060 Marietta, GA 30061
Bank’s 2013 Audited Financial Statements Available for Shareholder Review
Shareholders, if you would like to review the Bank’s 2013 audited financial statements online, please click on the link ‘Investor Documents’ below. It is password-protected. The password is available to you in the 2014 proxy booklet mailed to you on approximately 4/8/14. Or, contact Renee White at 770.799.5660 or email to request the password.
If you are not a shareholder and desire financial information on First Landmark Bank, please visit www.fdic.gov. There you can find financial information that is made available to the general public on every Member FDIC financial institution .