Regent Bank is now Stonegate Bank!

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We are pleased to announce that the merger of Regent Bank into Stonegate Bank was completed on September 15, 2016. This is an exciting transition as we unite two organizations with shared values and a commitment to the customers and communities we serve.

The data conversion to integrate your accounts into the Stonegate Bank system is scheduled to occur at the close of business on Friday, December 2, 2016. Until that time you can continue to conduct your banking as you always have and you will continue to experience the same high level of service from the team you have come to know and trust.

In the weeks prior to the conversion you will receive a comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide that will provide information about how this conversion affects your accounts and steps you may need to take to ensure a smooth transition. Please be sure to review this important information thoroughly.

Once the conversion is complete you will have access to a wide range of products and services to meet your needs along with a larger network of branches to conduct your banking. Information about Stonegate Bank can be obtained at our full-service website at www.stonegatebank.com.

Thank you for entrusting us with your financial relationship. Our entire team is excited about the opportunities this merger brings. We are looking forward to building upon our relationship with you. Our success depends on your success – it’s that simple.

Regent Bancorp, Inc. has agreed to merge

 Regent Bancorp, Inc., Davie, FL (OTC: RGTB) has executed a definitive agreement to merge with and into Stonegate Bank, Pompano Beach, FL (NASDAQ: SGBK)

DAVIE, FL–(April 26, 2016) – Regent Bancorp, Inc. (OTC: RGTB) announced today the signing of a definitive agreement by which Stonegate (NASDAQ: SGBK) will acquire all the operations of Regent Bancorp, Inc. (“RBI”), including its wholly owned subsidiary, Regent Bank. Stonegate Bank’s management expects the combination will increase total assets to approximately $2.7 billion and will rank Stonegate Bank as the 9th largest bank headquartered in Florida.

Under the terms of the agreement, RBI shareholders will be entitled to receive 0.2893 shares of SGBK common stock for each share of RBI common stock, subject to adjustment in accordance with the terms of the merger agreement. The transaction is valued at approximately $9.02 per RBI share or $40 million in the aggregate, based on the closing price for SGBK common stock on April 25, 2016. The value of the total consideration expected to be received by RBI’s common shareholders represents approximately 1.4x RBI’s tangible book value at March 31, 2016 and 1.3x RBI’s estimated pro forma tangible book value at transaction close (based on anticipated transaction close in the third quarter of 2016 and incorporating the estimated purchase accounting marks and, as part of the transaction, the anticipated reversal of the valuation allowance against RBI’s deferred tax asset).

Regent Bank, headquartered in Davie, Florida, is a state chartered bank operating five branches located in Broward and Palm Beach Counties, Florida. RBI is the bank holding company for Regent Bank. As of December 31, 2015, RBI had total assets of $363 million, total loans of $274 million and total deposits of $293 million, on a consolidated basis.

“This acquisition significantly expands our deposit market share in Broward County to approximately 2.2%, resulting in Stonegate having the largest deposit market share of any community bank in Broward County,” said Dave Seleski, President and Chief Executive Officer of Stonegate Bank. “In addition, we increase our branch network to 3 branches in Palm Beach County with close to $350 million in total deposits. After consummation of the merger, Stonegate’s total combined deposits in southeast Florida are expected to exceed $1.5 billion. The combination will give Stonegate more leverage to deliver products to our target market in southeast Florida.”

Stonegate estimates the transaction to be immediately accretive to earnings per share with single digit accretion in the first full year. Furthermore, the transaction is expected to be immediately accretive to Stonegate Bank’s tangible book. This transaction will mark Stonegate’s ninth acquisition since 2009.

The merger has been approved by the Board of Directors of Stonegate Bank and RBI. In addition to certain customary closing conditions, approval by the shareholders of Regent Bancorp, Inc. and Stonegate Bank, as well as the applicable bank regulatory agencies, will be required prior to completing the transaction. The closing is expected to take place late in the third quarter of 2016.

Hovde Group, LLC served as financial adviser to Regent Bancorp, Inc. and rendered a fairness opinion in connection with the transaction. Smith Mackinnon, P.A. served as legal counsel to Regent Bancorp, Inc. Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc. served as financial adviser to Stonegate Bank. Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, P.A. served as legal counsel to Stonegate Bank.

Join Us. You Can Help Firewall Change the Life of a Child!

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead

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Community Partners: Regent Bank and Firewall Centers

Regent Bank has always believed that if we can help the individuals, families and businesses in our communities to thrive, both economically and socially, then we all win. That’s why the people on the Regent Bank team are dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve.

Watch the video below to learn more about how Firewall proves that with the right academic help and involvement, at-risk students in our cannot only survive, but thrive!

 

We have a dropout epidemic. About 1.3 million students drop out every year. That’s 7,000 a day! The Firewall Center is a non-profit organization that provides free after-school tutoring, mentoring, and leadership development to at-risk middle and high school students every day in South Florida. One of the core principles they teach their students is to “Keep Giving Back.” This is a character trait necessary for their success in school, at home, and in their future workplaces.

On Saturday, April 30th, Regent Bank will join the Firewall Center’s 400 at-risk middle and high school students along with their mentors, school representatives, and community leaders who will serve together to make a difference in our neighborhoods.

A bit about Firewall Centers (www.firewallcenters.org )

  • Firewall Centers began in 2003 after a teenager died of a drug overdose while left unsupervised after school. Since then, they have offered after-school tutoring and mentoring for at-risk middle and high school students.
  • Firewall Centers serve 400 at-risk students every day in their 8 centers in South Florida. One of the core principles they teach their students is to “Keep Giving Back.” This is a character trait necessary for their success in school, at home, and in their future workplaces.
  • In 2014, they were named the “Non-Profit Rising Star of the Year” at the Broward County Non-profit OscarsFirewall Centers founders, Andy and Janeth Fernandez, were awarded CITIZENS OF THE YEAR for 2014 and recognized “for outstanding commitment to our families” by Broward County School Social Work Association.
  • In 2015, Firewall was named “Best Collective Impact for Youth” at the Broward County Non-profit Oscars.
  • Regent Bank Commercial Loan Officer Giselle Bayona and Davie/Plantation Advisory Board Member Jay Evans are Board Members of Firewall Centers.

Donate Today

We are proud to support the 3rd Annual 2016 Firewall Serve-A-Thon not only because it is a tool to provide much-needed funding for Firewall students and their mentoring and leadership development, but also because it is a hands-on opportunity for us to impact our community and intentionally give back to the places we call home.

Yes, this will be a day of sweat and hard work but also of unity, compassion, and a whole lot of fun! Serving is a gift that we have the privilege of sharing with families, friends, neighbors, and those in need. Your support will make a lasting impact on at-risk middle and high school youth in our community. Please DONATE TODAY and support the Bank’s fundraising efforts for the Firewall Centers Serve-a-thon.

Together we can prove that with the right academic help and involvement, students can not only survive, but thrive!

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Join us on Thursday, February 25th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm:

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This educational seminar, Today’s Challenging Ownership Issues for Small to Medium Sized Business, will assist you in putting together a proactive plan to help your business navigate the complex world of business ownership. The panel is comprised of highly experienced and qualified specialists who have assisted many clients in solving these important issues. Discussion topics will include:

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Triple E Equipment is Business Partner of the Quarter

Alex Berg, Triple E EquipmentRegent Bank’s Business Partner of the Quarter is Triple E Equipment, a national distributor of niche construction equipment, led by President and CEO Alex Berg.

According to Berg, the name, Triple E, stands for “environmentally energy efficient” machines, with the majority of the company’s machines being imported from around the world.

The company was founded in 2013 and began operations in January of 2014. At the time, Berg was working for his father, Richard, while attending Bauma, a leading international trade show for construction machines and equipment in Munich, Germany.

“We were looking for equipment for my father’s company when we came across a new machine that we had never seen before. The equipment company was looking for international distributors and I saw that there was a huge need for this machine in the United States,” said Alex.

Alex left his father’s company shortly after the trip to focus solely on starting a new business importing equipment and distributing it nationwide. After several months of negotiations, he signed a deal to be the sole distributor for SHERPA Mini Loaders in the United States.

SHERPA Mini Loaders makes compact mini loaders that are 31 inches wide, less than 1600 pounds and are powered by an electric motor. These machines produce zero carbon monoxide emissions, so they are safe for work inside occupied spaces such as hospitals, shopping malls, museums and greenhouses. These slim loaders can fit through standard doorways and on standard elevators. The machines also feature hydraulic capabilities that provide endless opportunities for attachments, such as buckets, pallet forks, hammers, scrapers, clamps, lifters, brooms, hooks and other items. The SHERPA loaders are built in the Netherlands, and Triple E has the exclusive distributorship rights to the USA. These machines are key to helping companies increase efficiencies and capabilities in areas that normally wouldn’t allow fume-producing equipment.

Triple E Equipment has a diverse clientele, including the California Academy of Sciences, a renowned scientific and educational institution located in San Francisco. The Academy uses Sherpa machines at its campus in Golden Gate Park, which features the country’s largest Platinum LEED-certified building and is home to a world-class aquarium, planetarium and natural history museum. “The SHERPA 100 ECO has allowed us to quietly complete projects without interrupting our daily operations. Being an exhaust-free machine also gives us the flexibility to use it inside the building without compromising the experience or safety of our guests and staff.” said the Academy’s landscape exhibits supervisor.

Triple E Equipment has partnered with Regent Bank since the company’s inception, with Alex working closely with Marilyn Abrams, Christy Zuluaga and Suzanne Moore at Regent Bank’s Boca Raton Office.

Berg said, “Regent Bank has helped us with a corporate line of credit so that we can purchase machines internationally for import to keep our stock readily available. The difficult thing about importing equipment internationally is that it takes a very long time to ship. The delivery time on a shipment could range anywhere from eight to 16 weeks, so we need to make sure we have an adequate supply of equipment in stock at all times. Our line of credit has helped us stay on top of that.”

Berg is proud of his company’s unique approach to working in the field of equipment distribution. “We try to do things differently from most equipment companies. You will not find any spec sheets or product manuals on our website – it is more user-friendly, with videos and photos of the equipment of job sites.”

He says the company incorporates the latest technologies into everything they do, which has led to its rapid success. “In 2015, Triple E Equipment hit a major goal of doing over $1 Million in gross sales, which is pretty amazing for a company that is barely two years old.”
To learn more about the company, please visit http://www.eeeequipment.com

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Association Lending Solutions: Regent Bank specializes in lending to condominium and homeowners associations.

Whether your association has a large capital reserve project, faces overruns in critical budget-line items, or would prefer to lessen the economic impact of an assessment to your unit owners, our team of professionals will work with you to design a lending solution to meet your needs.

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Happy New Year! 2016 New Beginnings

Happy New YearWe would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year. The beginning of a new year is an exciting time. It gives us a chance to reflect on the past year and decide if we should continue on the same path or make a change.

As we look back at the financial world, it certainly has been a volatile year. What’s in store for us in the coming year? No one really knows exactly what will happen, despite the numerous market predictions that I’m sure you’ve heard. Nonetheless, this is an appropriate time to review your financial plan.

Please feel free to call or click on the e-mail button below so we can discuss your portfolio. That will give us a chance to see if you are still on the appropriate path to pursuing your goals or if any adjustments need to be made. Thank you for your continued confidence in us, and we look forward to working with you in the year ahead.

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Regent Bank Boca Raton Office


The Regent Bank Boca Raton Office will be collecting non-perishable food and hygiene supplies in support of Boca Helping Hands. Boca Helping Hands offers a food program six days a week. Meals are delivered to homebound disabled and elderly individuals. The organization also offers a Resource Center and a Job Mentoring Center. Click on the following link to view a printer friendly PDF: Regent Bank and Boca Helping Hands Food and Hygiene Supply Drive

 

Regent Bank Davie/Plantation Office


The Regent Bank Davie/Plantation Office will be collecting food and unwrapped toys in support of the HOPE Outreach Center, Inc., a not-for-profit 501c(3) community organization founded in 1995. The Davie-based center offers an immediate ‘hand up’ to people in the community who find themselves suddenly unable to make ends meet due to: job loss, disability, health crisis, and/or some other emergency circumstance. By providing emergent financial support, food and other educational and social services, HOPE Outreach Center often serves as the financial and emotional bridge that allows families in crisis to return to self-reliance and independence quickly and comfortably. Click on the following link to view a printer friendly PDF: Regent Bank and HOPE Outreach Center Holiday Food and Toy Drive


Regent Bank Fort Lauderdale Office

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The Regent Bank Ft. Lauderdale Office will be collecting unwrapped toys for the Fraternal Order of Police Ft. Lauderdale Lodge #31 annual Motorcycle Toy Run. The toys are sorted, bagged and delivered to local needy families. The Fort Lauderdale Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #31’s mission is to support and protect the Constitution of the United States, the State of Florida, and the Ordinances of the City of Fort Lauderdale; to strive for the impartial enforcement of law and order while promoting the philosophy of equal protection under the law; to increase the efficiency of the law enforcement profession and strive to earn the confidence of the citizens we serve every day, and encouraging social, charitable and educational activities among all law enforcement officers. Click on the following link to view a printer friendly PDF: Regent Bank and Fraternal Order of Police Fort Lauderdale Lodge #31 Annual Motorcycle Toy Run


Regent Bank Pompano Beach Office

Our Fathers House Soup Kitchen

The Regent Bank Pompano Beach office will be collecting food and hygiene supplies in support of Our Father’s House Soup Kitchen in Pompano Beach. They are dedicated to feeding the homeless and needy by providing hot lunches Monday thru Friday. Click on the following link to view a printer friendly PDF: Regent Bank and Our Father’s House Soup Kitchen Food and Hygiene Supply Drive


Regent Bank West Palm Beach Office

The Regent Bank West Palm Beach Office will be collecting donations and unwrapped toys for children ages 6-18 in support of the Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches kids Learning Independence Through Experience LITE Club and Transition programs. Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches is a private, nonprofit agency providing direct education and rehabilitation services to people who are blind or visually impaired. Click on the following link to view a printer friendly PDF: Regent Bank and Lighthouse for the Blind Palm Beaches Holiday Toy and Donation Drive

 

Donations can be dropped off at any Regent Bank Location

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Solutech, Inc. is Business Partner of the Quarter

Rob Maschue is President and CEO of Solutech, Inc.Rob Maschue is President and CEO of Solutech, Inc., a full-service environmental consulting firm established in West Palm Beach in 1999. He joined the Regent Bank West Palm Beach Advisory Board in 2000.

Solutech’s client base includes community banks, conduit lenders, pension funds, private developers, contractors and builders, attorneys, industrial end-users, as well as government and nonprofit agencies. Core business includes due-diligence forensic engineering and environmental consulting involved with property acquisition, new construction and refinancing. Services include Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, Property Condition Assessments, mold and asbestos studies, lead-based paint and radon testing, and wetland delineation and mitigation.

Additional areas of expertise include contamination studies and remedial action plans for properties such as dry cleaners, gas stations, foundries, golf courses and others with a history of chemical use. Solutech assists property owners with restoring these sites to productive use utilizing innovative techniques including excavation and removal of source material, and in-place treatment and monitoring of residuals. The company’s most recent area of practice includes design, installation and operation of sub-slab depressurization systems for buildings with a risk of vapor intrusion from subsurface contamination.

Rob says, “Our engineers, scientists and consultants are some of the best in the business, having more than 50 years of experience in South Florida.” And, although Solutech is based in South Florida, the company manages projects throughout the 48 contiguous United States and the Caribbean. Recent accomplishments include a refinance package of 12 manufactured housing communities in California and Oregon, and remediation of a shopping center in New Windsor, New York, under a Consent Order Agreement with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Rob’s father owned a land surveying company in Cleveland, to which he attributes his interest in the engineering field. After many years as a field engineer on roadway projects in Northeast Ohio, Rob moved to Central Florida in 1989 to work as a construction manager on large-scale developments in Orlando including construction of the fourth runway at the Orlando International Airport, Pleasure Island at Downtown Disney, and the Dolphin and Swan Hotels. In the early 1990s, he moved to West Palm Beach to work on the City Place development, and closure of the City of West Palm Beach yard trash site, the future home of the Houston Astros Spring Training Complex. After opening a regional office for a national consulting firm in Boca Raton in the late 1990s, he founded Solutech in 1999 to assist a Wisconsin-based firm with acquisition and growth, and 16 years later continues to service the business.

“I attribute our success and staying power in the industry to the many long standing relationships and loyal client base we have been fortunate to establish and maintain, including our relationship with Regent Bank. Regent Bank has provided credit and banking assistance since our inception, with continued credit assistance during some of the toughest financial times for all small businesses. Sid Spiro and his staff, including Neill LeCorgne, John Coppolino, and Dawn Calder have stood by our company through good times and bad, proving that the best relationships are built on loyalty, trust and continued service.”

Mr. Maschue is involved in the business community through several organizations including ICSC, NAIOP, the Economic Forum of Palm Beach County, and the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce. Solutech also supports local community services including Goodwill Industries, the Els for Autism Foundation, and the Ferd and Gladys Alpert Jewish Family and Children Services of Palm Beach County.

When not busy running the business, Rob spends time at local ice-skating rinks with his daughter Sabrina, an amateur competitive figure skater, and road trips with his wife Audrey, an accomplished dressage trainer, competitive rider and editor of Pony Quarterly Magazine.

Stop. Think. Connect: Resources to Help Stay Safe Online

National Cyber SecurityWASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 1, 2015 – The 2015 National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) kicks off emphasizing “Our Shared Responsibility,” the month’s official theme and call to action for all global citizens to take basic steps to make the Internet – a vital resource for our personal, public and professional lives – safer and more secure.

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This complimentary seminar – complete with dinner and financial education – provides an unbiased overview of investing to help you understand the complex world of financial management. There is no cost to attend this event, but seating is limited. Please reply early.

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Sean Tanner Joins Pompano Beach Advisory Board

Sean TannerRegent Bank has appointed Sean Tanner to its Pompano Beach Advisory Board.

Tanner is the founder and Executive Officer of Ark Residential Corp., a Ft. Lauderdale-based company that offers design-build, construction management and development services. Ark specializes in building high-end single-family homes as well as multifamily and commercial projects. As Executive Officer, Tanner is responsible for the company‘s strategic growth, as well as overseeing construction, financial services and risk management.

Prior to starting Ark Residential, Tanner was the co-founder of Cambridge Specialty Construction Corp., a mid-sized commercial construction company. He also served as a Senior Officer for Paramount Worldwide, an RPC Holding company, a firm with over 30 years of experience building and developing large scale developments throughout Florida.

Tanner graduated from University of Florida and is a State Certified General Contractor. He is active in the local building trade industry, sitting on the board of directors for the Construction Executive Association.

“We are excited that Sean has accepted the invitation to serve on our Pompano Beach Advisory Board,” said Regent Bank Chairman and CEO Cyril S. “Sid” Spiro. “He is someone who brings a lot of knowledge and experience with the local development and construction industries. His input and advice will be invaluable to our Bank.”

Marilyn Abrams Promoted to SVP/Regional Mngr for PB County

marilyn abrams_newRegent Bank has promoted Marilyn Abrams to Senior Vice President/ Regional Manager for Palm Beach County. Based in the Boca Raton office, she previously served as Vice President/Market Manager and Regional Administrator.

In her new role, Marilyn will be responsible for Operations and Business Development for the Bank’s offices in Palm Beach County.

Marilyn began her banking career in Northport, Long Island. She worked as an Assistant Manager at a community bank in Raleigh, NC, and Manager for a banking services program in Annapolis, MD, before moving south and joining Regent Bank, where she has been for 17 years.

“Marilyn is a dedicated employee who has done a tremendous job for Regent Bank for nearly two decades,” said Regent Bank Chairman and CEO Cyril S. “Sid” Spiro. “Her promotion is well deserved.”