Valley Nationwide Bancorp Declares Its Common Quarterly


NEW YORK, Might 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Valley Nationwide Bancorp (NASDAQ:VLY) (“Valley”), the holding firm for Valley Nationwide Financial institution, introduced right this moment its common most well-liked and customary dividends.

The declared quarterly dividends to shareholders of file on June 15, 2022 are as follows:        

  • A money dividend of $0.390625 per share to be paid June 30, 2022 on Valley’s 6.25% Fastened-To-Floating Charge Non-Cumulative Perpetual Most popular Inventory Collection A;
  • A money dividend of $0.34375 per share to be paid June 30, 2022 on Valley’s 5.50% Fastened-To-Floating Charge Non-Cumulative Perpetual Most popular Inventory Collection B; and
  • A money dividend of $0.11 per share might be paid July 1, 2022 on Valley’s frequent inventory.

The frequent inventory money dividend quantity per share was unchanged as in comparison with the earlier quarter dividend. The frequent money dividend shouldn’t be used as an indicator of future dividends to Valley’s frequent stockholders.

About Valley

Because the principal subsidiary of Valley Nationwide Bancorp, Valley Nationwide Financial institution is a regional financial institution with roughly $50 billion in belongings, together with our latest acquisition of Financial institution Leumi USA. Valley is dedicated to giving individuals and companies the ability to succeed. Valley operates many handy department areas throughout New Jersey, New York, Florida and Alabama, California, and Illinois, and is dedicated to offering essentially the most handy service, the most recent improvements and an skilled and educated group devoted to assembly buyer wants. Serving to communities develop and prosper is the guts of Valley’s company citizenship philosophy. To be taught extra about Valley, go to or name our Buyer Care Middle at 800-522-4100.

Ahead Wanting Statements

The foregoing accommodates forward-looking statements throughout the which means of the Personal Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are usually not historic info and embrace expressions about administration’s confidence and techniques and administration’s expectations about Valley’s enterprise, new and current applications and merchandise, acquisitions, relationships, alternatives, taxation, expertise, market situations and financial expectations, together with the potential results of the COVID-19 pandemic on our companies and monetary outcomes and situations. These statements could also be recognized by such forward-looking terminology as “ought to,” “anticipate,” “imagine,” “view,” “alternative,” “permit,” “continues,” “displays,” “would,” “may,” “usually,” “often,” “anticipate,” “might,” “estimate,” “outlook,” “challenge,” or comparable statements or variations of such phrases. Such forward-looking statements contain sure dangers and uncertainties and Valley’s precise outcomes might differ materially from such forward-looking statements. Components which will trigger precise outcomes to vary materially from these contemplated by such forward-looking statements embrace, however are usually not restricted to these threat components disclosed in Valley’s Annual Report on Type 10-Ok for the 12 months ended December 31, 2021.

Contact: Travis Lan, SVP
Company Finance &
Enterprise Improvement
(973) 686-5007



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