Bank of England Leads Arkansas in Return on Equity

by George Waldon  on Monday, Apr. 1, 2013 12:00 am  

Douglas County Bank was among 21 Georgia financial institutions with a Texas ratio of 200 plus. Florida was home to 11.

Of the 7,083 banks in the nation, only 2.9 percent had a Texas ratio above 100 at year-end. 

A total of 134 registered a Texas ratio between 100 and 200, and 183 banks scored between 50 and 99. 

Returns on Average Equity, 2012

Best ROE

  • Bank of England -- 31.34
  • First Financial Bank, El Dorado -- 22.85
  • Riverside Bank, Sparkman -- 20.02
  • First Security Bank, Searcy -- 20.01
  • Simmons First Bank, Jonesboro -- 18.95
  • Evolve Bank & Trust, West Memphis -- 16.26
  • Bank of the Ozarks, Little Rock -- 15.86
  • Union Bank, Mena -- 15.02
  • Simmons First Bank, Lake Village -- 14.21
  • Priority Bank, Ozark -- 14.09

Worst ROE

  • Bank of Rison -- -27.07
  • One Bank & Trust, Little Rock -- -13.00
  • First Community Bank, Van Buren -- -12.94
  • Signature Bank, Fayetteville -- -12.41
  • Forrest City Bank -- -3.71
  • Allied Bank, Mulberry -- -3.19
  • Metropolitan National Bank, Little Rock -- -2.96
  • First National Bank, Crossett -- -0.68
  • HomeBank of Arkansas, Portland -- -0.67
  • Simmons First Bank, Rogers -- 0.05

 

 

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