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Press Release

September 29, 2017

Capital Bank Contact:
Barbara Leistner

Capital Bank Announces $2 Million Stock Repurchase Program

Vineland, NJ (9/29/2017) – Capital Bank of New Jersey announced today a stock repurchase offer for up to 3.9% of its outstanding shares.

In a mailing sent to its stockholders, Capital Bank has offered to purchase up to 100,000 shares of its own stock, at a purchase price of $20.00 per share, totaling up to $2 million. The $20.00 per share price is double the $10.00 price the bank’s original stockholders paid in 2007.

The offer is set to expire no later than February 28, 2018, but shares tendered will be purchased on a “first come, first served” basis.

Commenting on the repurchase offer, Capital Bank Chairman of the Board Dominic J. Romano said, “We believe this offer, just like the previous ones we conducted, will enhance future shareholder value plus create a liquidity option for our stockholders.”

This repurchase offer is the third made by Capital Bank. In 2015, the bank repurchased 66,000 shares at $15.15 per share, and in 2016, it repurchased 61,932 shares at $16.00 per share.

David J. Hanrahan, President of Capital Bank, said “We strive not only to operate Capital Bank successfully, but also to manage our capital smartly. Our consistent profits and solid asset quality enable us to do the right things for our stockholders, including this 2017 repurchase offer.”

In order to give the bank’s non-affiliated stockholders the first opportunity to tender shares, the bank’s current directors and executive officers are not permitted to tender any of their shares in the repurchase offer until on or after November 20, 2017.

Capital Bank stockholders who consider tendering their shares must first review the Offer to Purchase for Cash mailed to them on September 29. Questions about the offer should be directed to David J. Hanrahan at 856-457-6360 or Capital Bank’s transfer agent, Philadelphia Stock Transfer Inc., at 484-416-3124.

Capital Bank opened for business in Vineland in 2007. Today it has four locations – two in Vineland, one in Woodbury Heights, and one in Hammonton. In August, it will open its first Loan Production Office, in Marlton. The bank is 5-Star rated by BauerFinancial BauerFinancial. ) and was recently, for the third consecutive year, named in the American Banker Top 200 Community Banks in the United States. For more information about Capital Bank, please visit www.capitalbanknj.com.


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