The next dialogue offers data to help in understanding our
monetary situation and outcomes of operations. This dialogue ought to be learn in
conjunction with our consolidated monetary statements and associated notes
showing in Merchandise 8 of this report.

Latest developments

The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted our monetary efficiency, primarily via
unrealized losses on industrial loans beforehand originated on the market which we
have now determined to retain. Our internet revenue of $80.1 million in 2020 mirrored
pre-tax prices of roughly $5.6 million for such losses, considerably all
unrealized, on our industrial loans held at honest worth which have been primarily
associated to the financial influence of the Covid-19 pandemic. Extra influence of
the Covid-19 pandemic included an approximate $1.1 million enhance within the
provision for credit score losses in 2020 associated to financial components. These prices
have been acknowledged primarily within the first quarter of 2020. Because of the
probably distinctive influence of the Covid-19 pandemic, now we have added new mortgage
tables underneath "Monetary Situation-Mortgage Portfolio", which element diversification
by mortgage sort, collateral and different traits. The $67.8 million of lodge
loans in our $1.57 billion industrial loans held at honest worth portfolio could
signify an elevated danger. Of that $1.57 billion, $50.2 million, with a
weighted common origination loan-to-value of 57%, are in deferral with respect
to principal and curiosity funds. The loans in deferral consist of 4 lodge
loans totaling $40.4 million and one retail property mortgage (a film complicated) of
$9.8 million. Nevertheless, $1.43 billion of that $1.57 billion portfolio are
multi-family loans (residences), which have an up to date anticipated Covid-19
pandemic cumulative loss charge of 1.2% based mostly on an evaluation by a nationally
acknowledged analytics agency. Considerably all of those loans are recorded on the
stability sheet at a 1% low cost, which largely offsets these projected cumulative
Covid-19 pandemic losses. Our subsequent largest $1.55 billion mortgage portfolio is
comprised of securities-backed strains of credit score ("SBLOC"), and insurance coverage coverage
money value-backed strains of credit score (" IBLOC") loans which haven't incurred
credit score losses, however the current historic declines in fairness markets.
Over half of the Small Enterprise Administration ("SBA") mortgage portfolio is U.S.
authorities assured, and the U.S. authorities paid principal and curiosity on
these loans for a six month interval in 2020. The six months of principal and
curiosity funds funded by the U.S. authorities have been made on SBA 7a loans
pursuant to The CARES Act of 2020 (the "CARES Act") and have been largely accomplished
within the fourth quarter of 2020. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, turned
legislation in December 2020 and supplied for at the very least an extra two months of
principal and curiosity funds on SBA 7a loans, with as much as 5 months of
funds for lodge, restaurant and different extra extremely impacted loans. In contrast to the
six months of CARES Act funds, these further funds are capped at $9,000
per 30 days. The parts of SBA 7a loans not assured by the U.S. authorities
may have an elevated danger, however are diversified with respect to mortgage sort.
That diversification is detailed in tables showing later on this part
together with a desk illustrating diversification for the non-guaranteed parts
of 7a loans in deferral. The vast majority of the stability of SBA loans consists of
industrial mortgages with 50% to 60% origination date loan-to-value. For leases
which expertise credit score points, now we have recourse to the leased automobiles. Whereas
there's uncertainty associated to the longer term, we imagine these are optimistic
traits of our mortgage portfolio which exhibit decrease danger than different
types of lending.

we The federal government’s efforts to cope with the financial influence of the Covid-19 pandemic embody a number of actions which have and may have a direct influence on us as follows:

?Underneath the Cares Act, the Paycheck Safety Program ("PPP") supplied for our
making loans as an SBA lender that are totally assured by the U.S. authorities
to permit companies to proceed funding their payrolls and associated prices. We
originated roughly 1,250 PPP loans, totaling in extra of $200 million,
which we count on will internet roughly $5.5 million of charges and curiosity. The
common mortgage dimension was roughly $165,000, with over 90% of the loans underneath
$350,000. Whereas it was initially anticipated that these charges could be
acknowledged earlier, new laws and rulemaking have resulted of their
estimated recognition over roughly eleven months starting April 2020. The
Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 offers for extra PPP loans and we
are planning to lend inside that program. As that new laws consists of misplaced
income thresholds for participation, we imagine that mortgage quantity and charges will
doubtless be lower than for the primary PPP.

?The SBA started, in April 2020, to make six months of principal and curiosity
funds on SBA 7a loans, that are usually 75% assured by the U.S.
authorities. As of December 31, 2020, we had $337.9 million of associated assured
balances, and moreover had $167.7 million of PPP loans which have been additionally
assured. The vast majority of the six months of assist expired within the fourth
quarter of 2020, and we started approving Covid-19 pandemic-related deferrals for
principal and curiosity funds as requested by debtors. The Consolidated
Appropriations Act, 2021, turned legislation in December 2020 and supplied for at the very least
an extra two months of funds on SBA 7a loans, and as much as 5 months of
such funds for lodge, restaurant and different extra extremely impacted loans. In contrast to
the Cares Act, these funds are capped at $9,000 per 30 days. Moreover, we
have and are granting month-to-month principal and curiosity deferrals for sure different
loans, as proven within the desk summarizing mortgage cost deferrals beneath.

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Per part 4013 of the CARES Act, accounting and banking regulators have
decided that loans with Covid-19 pandemic-related deferrals of principal and
curiosity funds is not going to, in the course of the deferral interval, be labeled as
delinquent, non-accrual or restructured. The Consolidated Appropriations Act,
2021, prolonged that therapy for deferrals via the sooner of December 31,
2021, or the tip of the nationwide emergency.

Within the third quarter of 2020, we determined to retain the present portfolio of
industrial actual property loans totaling $1.57 billion which had been originated
on the market or securitization. Additional, we aren't at the moment planning any future
securitizations. The portfolio is generally comprised of multi-family loans,
particularly condo buildings, and contains the vast majority of the industrial
loans at honest worth on our stability sheet, with the stability of that class
comprised of the federal government assured portion of SBA loans.

The next desk summarizes our mortgage cost deferrals as of December 31,
2020:

                                    Cumulative          Complete          Complete             % of
                                      months             mortgage           mortgage         mortgage balances
                                                       stability
                                   deferred (1)       deferrals       balances      with deferrals
                                                           ({dollars} in 1000's)
Industrial actual property loans
held at honest worth (excluding
SBA loans proven beneath)                        6.8    $    50,155$ 1,572,027                   3%
Securities backed strains of
credit score, insurance coverage backed
strains of credit score & advisor
financing                                        -              -     1,598,368                   -%
SBL industrial mortgage                       5.6         66,862        419,413                  16%
SBL building                                 -              -        20,273                   -%
SBL non-real property and PPP                   4.5         23,691        381,817                   6%
Direct lease financing                        3.0            467        462,182                   -%
Discontinued operations                       6.2          6,370         95,982                   7%
Different client loans and
specialty lending                                -              -         6,426                   -%
Complete                                         5.8    $   147,545$ 4,556,488                   3%


(1) Weighted common of deferred cumulative months.

Within the desk above, the overall mortgage stability deferrals for SBL classes are
comprised of unguaranteed parts of SBA loans. The CARES Act supplied SBA 7a
debtors six months of principal and curiosity funds. The Consolidated
Appropriations Act, 2021, turned legislation in December 2020 and supplied for at the very least
two further months of funds on SBA 7a loans which start on February 1,
2021. Lodge, restaurant and different loans extra extremely impacted by the Covid-19
pandemic will obtain as much as 5 further months of funds made for them.
In contrast to the CARES Act, these funds might be capped at $9,000 per 30 days.
Accordingly, we count on deferrals to lower when these funds are
reinstituted at that date. Along with the funds being made on these loans
by the U.S. authorities, the next desk particulars the diversification of the
non-guaranteed parts of SBA 7a loans in deferral, which we imagine is a
mitigant to potential losses. Extra diversification tables by geography and
mortgage dimension are additionally offered underneath "Monetary Situation-Mortgage Portfolio". The
unguaranteed parts of SBA 7a loans complete $101.5 million and should signify an
elevated danger. The next desk particulars the mortgage varieties for the $14.8 million
of the unguaranteed parts of 7a deferrals that are included within the desk
above.

                                                               Complete      % Complete
                                                                (in 1000's)
Lodges*                                                   $     4,924          34%
Sports activities and recreation instruction                               1,157           8%
Workplaces of dentists                                             1,096           7%
Automobile washes                                                        861           6%
Youngster and youth companies                                          810           5%
Full-service eating places*                                         763           5%
Restricted-service eating places*                                      512           3%
Sporting and athletic items manufacturing                         476

3%

All different miscellaneous meals manufacturing                        434

3%

Coin-operated laundries and drycleaners                           405

3%

Administrative administration and basic administration
consulting companies                                               333

2%

Industrial printing (besides display screen and books)                     332

2%

Pet care (besides veterinary) companies                             308

2%

Funeral properties and funeral companies                                308

2%

Industrial equipment and tools service provider wholesalers           302           2%
Different                                                           1,755          13%
Complete                                                     $    14,776         100%


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* At December 31, 2020, SBA 7a loans, included in SBL, totaled $439.0 million of
which $101.5 million was not U.S. authorities assured.   The CARES Act
supplied SBA 7a debtors six months of principal and curiosity funds. The
Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, turned legislation in December 2020 and supplied
for an extra two months of funds on SBA 7a loans which start on
February 1, 2021, with as much as 5 months for lodge and restaurant loans.
Accordingly, we count on deferrals to lower when these funds are
reinstituted at that date.

Key efficiency indicators

We use a lot of key efficiency indicators to measure our total monetary
efficiency. We describe how we calculate and use a lot of these efficiency
indicators and analyze their outcomes beneath.

Return on property and return on fairness. Two efficiency indicators we imagine are
generally used inside the banking trade to measure total monetary
efficiency are return on property and return on fairness. Return on property measures
the quantity of earnings in comparison with the extent of property utilized to generate
these earnings. It's derived by dividing internet revenue by common property. Return
on fairness measures the quantity of earnings in comparison with the fairness utilized to
generate these earnings. It's derived by dividing internet revenue by common
shareholders' fairness.

Internet curiosity margin and credit score losses. The most important element of our earnings is
internet curiosity revenue, or the distinction between the curiosity earned on our
interest-earning property consisting of loans and investments, much less the curiosity
on our funding, consisting primarily of deposits. The important thing efficiency indicator
for internet curiosity revenue is internet curiosity margin, derived by dividing internet curiosity
revenue by common interest-earning property. Increased ranges of earnings and internet
curiosity revenue, on decrease ranges of property, fairness and interest-earning property
are usually fascinating. Nevertheless, these indicators have to be thought-about in mild
of regulatory capital necessities which influence fairness, and credit score danger inherent
in loans. Accordingly, the magnitude of credit score losses is an extra key
efficiency indicator.

Different efficiency indicators. Different efficiency indicators we use embody mortgage development, non-interest revenue development and the extent of non-interest expense.

Outcomes of efficiency indicators. Within the 5 12 months interval ended December 31,
2020, now we have transitioned from a stability sheet which was considerably
comprised of native Philadelphia industrial actual property loans, to different varieties of
lending which we imagine are decrease danger. These embody: multi-family (condo)
loans in chosen nationwide areas; loans collateralized by securities ("SBLOC")
and the money worth of life insurance coverage ("IBLOC");  SBA loans, a big
portion of that are authorities assured or will need to have loan-to-value ratios
decrease than different types of lending; and leasing to which now we have entry to
underlying automobiles. These mortgage classes have grown considerably which we
imagine has contributed to improved monetary efficiency over the previous 5
years.

Our most up-to-date improved monetary efficiency is mirrored in a lot of these
efficiency indicators. In 2020, return on property and return on fairness amounted
to 1.34% and 15.08%, respectively, in comparison with 1.09% and 11.57% within the prior
12 months. Internet curiosity margin elevated over that interval, to three.45% in 2020 in contrast
to three.32% in 2019. Deposit accounts generated by our funds enterprise has
resulted in a value of funds decrease than different types of funding which contributed
to that enhance. The funds enterprise contributed to will increase in non-interest
revenue, as charges earned from transactions on these accounts elevated 14.3% in
2020 in comparison with 2019. In 2020, the rise in internet curiosity revenue greater than
offset the elimination of positive aspects on mortgage securitization gross sales realized in 2019,
which resulted from a choice to carry sure loans as an alternative of securitizing
them. Non-interest expense between these years additionally decreased. Please see
Merchandise 6. Chosen Monetary Information for a 5 12 months abstract of economic outcomes.

Overview

In 2020, we recorded internet revenue of $80.1 million in comparison with $51.6 million in
2019, with pre-tax revenue from persevering with operations growing to
$108.3 million from $72.5 million. The will increase resulted primarily from internet
curiosity revenue, which elevated $53.6 million between these durations. The
enhance in internet curiosity revenue resulted primarily from a rise in common
loans and leases to $3.94 billion from $2.42 billion in 2019. The rise in
common loans mirrored development in small enterprise (primarily SBA), leases, SBLOC
and IBLOC and industrial loans, at honest worth. Industrial loans, at honest worth
have been beforehand generated on the market or securitization however we determined in 2020 to
retain these loans on the stability sheet. The aforementioned $53.6 million
enhance in internet curiosity revenue greater than offset a $19.5 million discount in
non-interest revenue. That discount primarily mirrored positive aspects on securitizations
in 2019 which have been absent in 2020. In 2020, we recorded unrealized losses of
$5.6 million associated to loans beforehand generated for securitizations,
ensuing primarily from the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic. These losses
in comparison with positive aspects of $24.1 million associated to securitizations in 2019. As a
results of historic Federal Reserve charge reductions in first quarter 2020, our
curiosity expense in 2020 decreased by $22.4 million in comparison with the prior 12 months.
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excluding $ 8.9 million civil monetary penalties in 2019, elevated $ 5.2 million
12 months after 12 months and the principle element of this enhance was salaries and worker advantages.

Accounting insurance policies and significant estimates

Our accounting and reporting insurance policies conform with accounting ideas
usually accepted in america and basic practices inside the
monetary companies trade. The preparation of economic statements in
conformity with accounting ideas usually accepted in america
requires administration to make estimates and assumptions that have an effect on the quantities
reported within the monetary statements and the accompanying notes. Precise outcomes
may differ from these estimates. We imagine that the dedication of our
allowance for credit score losses on loans, leases and securities, our dedication
of the honest worth of economic devices and the extent by which an instrument
is positioned inside the valuation hierarchy, and revenue taxes contain the next
diploma of judgment and complexity than our different important accounting
insurance policies.

We decide our allowance for credit score losses with the target of sustaining
an allowance stage we imagine to be enough to soak up our estimated present
and future anticipated credit score losses. We base our dedication of the adequacy of
the allowance on periodic evaluations of our mortgage portfolio and different related
components. Nevertheless, this analysis is inherently subjective because it requires
materials estimates, together with, amongst others, anticipated default possibilities, the
quantity of loss we could incur on a defaulted mortgage, anticipated dedication utilization, the
quantities and timing of anticipated future money flows, collateral values and
historic loss expertise. We additionally consider financial circumstances and
uncertainties in estimating losses and different dangers in our mortgage portfolio. To the
extent precise outcomes differ from our estimates, we might have further
provisions for credit score losses. Any such further provisions for credit score losses
might be a direct cost to our earnings. See "Allowance for Credit score Losses."

The honest worth of a monetary instrument is outlined as the quantity at which the
instrument could possibly be exchanged in a present transaction between keen events,
aside from in a pressured or liquidation sale. We estimate the honest worth of a
monetary instrument utilizing a wide range of valuation strategies. The place monetary
devices are actively traded and have quoted market costs, quoted market
costs are used for honest worth. When the monetary devices should not actively
traded, different observable market inputs, equivalent to quoted costs of securities with
related traits, could also be used, if obtainable, to find out honest worth.
When observable market costs don't exist, we estimate honest worth. Our
valuation strategies and inputs think about components equivalent to varieties of underlying property
or liabilities, charges of estimated credit score losses, rate of interest or low cost charge
and collateral. Our greatest estimate of honest worth includes assumptions together with,
however not restricted to, numerous efficiency indicators, equivalent to historic and
projected default and restoration charges, credit score scores, present delinquency charges,
loan-to-value ratios and the potential of obligor refinancing. One important
enter is that $1.43 billion of economic actual property at honest worth are
multi-family loans (residences). Multi-family loans have an up to date anticipated
Covid-19 pandemic cumulative loss charge of 1.2% based mostly on an evaluation by a
nationally acknowledged analytics agency.To the extent precise outcomes differ from
our estimates, subsequent changes to the monetary statements could also be
required.

On the finish of every quarter, we assess the valuation hierarchy for every asset or
legal responsibility measured. Once in a while, property or liabilities could also be transferred
inside hierarchy ranges resulting from modifications in availability of observable market
inputs to measure honest worth on the measurement date. Transfers into or out of
hierarchy ranges are based mostly upon the honest worth at first of the reporting
interval.

We periodically overview our funding portfolio to find out whether or not unrealized
losses on securities consequence from credit score, based mostly on evaluations of the
creditworthiness of the issuers or guarantors, and underlying collateral, as
relevant. As well as, we think about the persevering with efficiency of the
securities. We acknowledge credit score losses via the Consolidated Statements of
Operations. If administration believes market worth losses should not credit score associated,
we acknowledge the discount in different complete revenue, via fairness. We
consider whether or not a credit score loss exists by contemplating primarily the next
components: (a) the extent to which the honest worth has been lower than the amortized
value of the safety, (b) modifications within the monetary situation, credit standing and
near-term prospects of the issuer, (c) whether or not the issuer is present on
contractually obligated curiosity and principal funds, (d) modifications within the
monetary situation of the safety's underlying collateral and (e) the cost
construction of the safety. If a credit score loss is set, we estimate anticipated
future money flows to estimate the credit score loss quantity with a quantitative and
qualitative course of that includes data obtained from third-party
sources and inner assumptions and judgments relating to the longer term efficiency
of the safety.

We account for our stock-based compensation plans based mostly on the honest worth of awards made, which embody inventory choices, restricted inventory and performance-based inventory. To evaluate the honest worth of the awards granted, administration makes assumptions concerning the anticipated volatility of inventory costs, possibility phrases, lapse charges and dividend charges. All of those estimates and assumptions could also be topic to materials modifications which may have an effect on earnings in future durations.

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We account for revenue taxes underneath the legal responsibility technique whereby we decide
deferred tax property and liabilities based mostly on the distinction between the carrying
values on our consolidated monetary statements and the tax foundation of property and
liabilities as measured by the enacted tax charges which might be in impact when
these variations reverse. Deferred tax expense (profit) is the results of
modifications in deferred tax property and liabilities.

Outcomes of operations

Overview: Internet curiosity revenue continued its upward development in 2020, growing
$53.6 million over the prior 12 months, primarily on account of greater balances of
loans in all main mortgage classes, together with industrial loans beforehand
originated on the market. We determined to retain these loans, which at the moment are proven as
industrial loans, at honest worth on the stability sheet. Accordingly, common
balances for these loans grew 153%, to $1.43 billion, in 2020 in comparison with 2019,
on account of our resolution to retain them. The rise in internet curiosity revenue
additionally mirrored will increase in different mortgage classes. From 12 months finish 2019 to 12 months
finish 2020, SBA and leasing balances grew 14% and 6%, respectively. Internet curiosity
revenue moreover benefited from a decrease value of funds, ensuing primarily
from historic Federal Reserve charge reductions in first quarter 2020. For 2020,
funding prices have been 62 foundation factors decrease than 2019 in comparison with a 44 foundation level
lower in yield on curiosity incomes property. The availability for credit score losses
elevated $2.0 million to $6.4 million in 2020. Non-interest revenue in 2020
decreased by $19.5 million in comparison with the prior 12 months. That discount mirrored
$24.1 million of positive aspects associated to securitizations in 2019. In 2020 there have been no
securitizations, and internet losses of $3.9 million have been acknowledged on that
portfolio primarily on account of the Covid-19 pandemic. We're at the moment not
planning any future securitizations. We as an alternative plan to proceed to carry the
$1.57 billion of associated loans on our stability sheet as interest-earning property.
In 2017 via 2019, we sponsored six securitizations, roughly six months
aside, which resulted in positive aspects on sale within the quarter of securitization. Future
positive aspects on sale is not going to happen with the retention of the portfolio of loans which
would in any other case have been securitized. The loans will proceed to be honest
valued, which can lead to revenue or loss. Whereas positive aspects on sale is not going to happen,
curiosity revenue might be earned for the lives of those loans, that are usually
recorded at 1% reductions and which have exit and prepayment charges which can range.

In 2020, complete non-interest expense decreased $3.7 million to $164.8 million,
reflecting a $7.5 million enhance in salaries and worker advantages and a
$2.8 million enhance in FDIC insurance coverage expense, partially offset by
$8.9 million of civil cash penalties in 2019. The rise in salaries and
worker advantages mirrored will increase in incentive compensation, compliance,
danger administration and IT expense. The rise in FDIC insurance coverage expense mirrored
stability sheet development. Now we have focused management over non-interest expense as a
key strategic purpose.

At December 31, 2020, our complete loans, together with industrial loans, at honest
worth, amounted to $4.46 billion, a rise of $1.46 billion, or 48.5%, over
the $3.0 billion stability at December 31, 2019, reflecting development in all main
classes of loans and the choice to retain loans which have been initially
generated on the market or securitization. Our funding securities
available-for-sale decreased $114.5 million to $1.21 billion from $1.32 billion
between these respective dates as prepayments of upper yielding securities
accelerated after the Federal Reserve charge reductions in first quarter 2020.

Internet Revenue: 2020 in comparison with 2019. Internet revenue from persevering with operations was
$80.6 million in 2020 in comparison with $51.3 million in 2019 whereas revenue earlier than
taxes was, respectively, $108.3 million and $72.5 million, a rise of
$35.8 million. In 2020, internet curiosity revenue grew by $53.6 million whereas
non-interest revenue decreased $19.5 million. The $53.6 million, or 37.9%,
enhance in 2020 internet curiosity revenue over 2019 resulted primarily from greater
balances of loans beforehand originated on the market or securitization, and better
SBA and leasing balances. The discount in non-interest revenue mirrored
$24.1 million of positive aspects associated to securitizations in 2019. In 2020 there have been no
securitizations, and internet losses of $3.9 million on loans beforehand generated
on the market or securitization have been acknowledged primarily on account of the Covid-19
pandemic. In 2020 in comparison with 2019, the first drivers of price revenue, pay as you go,
debit and associated charges, elevated 14.3% to $74.5 million. The rise mirrored
elevated volumes of transactions together with quantity will increase from new
relationships.

In 2020, complete non-interest expense decreased $3.7 million to $164.8 million,
reflecting a $7.5 million enhance in salaries and worker advantages and a
$2.8 million enhance in FDIC insurance coverage expense, partially offset by
$8.9 million of civil cash penalties in 2019. The rise in salaries and
worker advantages mirrored will increase in incentive compensation, compliance,
danger administration and IT expense. The rise in FDIC insurance coverage expense mirrored
stability sheet development.

A 21% federal company tax charge was efficient for 2020 and 2019. The mixed
federal and state revenue tax charge was 26% in 2020. It was decrease than the 29%
charge in 2019 primarily on account of the non-deductibility of the $8.9 million
of civil penalties in 2019.

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Reflecting these modifications, internet revenue from persevering with operations amounted to
$80.6 million in 2020 in comparison with $51.3 million in 2019, or persevering with
operations earnings per diluted share of $1.38 in comparison with $0.89 in 2019. Internet
loss from discontinued operations was $512,000 for 2020 in comparison with internet revenue
of $291,000 for 2019. Together with discontinued operations, diluted revenue per
share was $1.37 for 2020 in comparison with $0.90 for 2019 on internet revenue of
$80.1 million and $51.6 million, respectively.

Internet Revenue: 2019 in comparison with 2018. Internet revenue from persevering with operations was
$51.3 million in 2019 in comparison with $87.5 million in 2018 whereas revenue earlier than
taxes was, respectively, $72.5 million and $119.8 million, a lower of
$47.3 million. In 2019, internet curiosity revenue grew by $20.4 million and
non-interest revenue decreased $49.7 million. The $20.4 million, or 16.9%,
enhance in 2019 internet curiosity revenue over 2018 resulted primarily from greater
balances of economic loans originated on the market. Internet curiosity revenue additionally
benefited from will increase in different mortgage classes. From 12 months finish 2018 to 12 months
finish 2019, SBLOC and IBLOC, SBA and leasing balances grew 30%, 22% and 10%,
respectively. The $49.7 million lower in non-interest revenue mirrored a
$65.0 million acquire on sale of the Secure Harbor Particular person Retirement Account
("SHIRA") portfolio in 2018 and a $10.5 million enhance in pay as you go, debit card
and associated charges in 2019.

In 2019 in comparison with 2018, the first drivers of price revenue, pay as you go, debit and
associated charges and charges on ACH, card and different cost processing charges, elevated
17.8% to $74.5 million. Acquire on sale of loans elevated $3.6 million to
$24.1 million which resulted primarily from the next quantity of loans bought into
securitizations in 2019. Moreover, in 2018, $3.7 million of prices resulted
from the funding in unconsolidated entity whereas we had no such prices in
2019. That funding resulted from the sale of sure discontinued loans into
a securitization in 2014. See Notice W to the monetary statements. In 2019, complete
non-interest expense elevated $17.2 million to $168.5 million, reflecting a
$14.4 million enhance in salaries and worker advantages and $8.9 million in
civil cash penalties which have been partially offset by decreases of $2.5 million
in authorized charges, $1.8 million in FDIC expense and $1.3 million in information processing
expense. Wage and advantages expense elevated by $14.4 million reflecting
greater incentive compensation for mortgage, deposit and price manufacturing and better
data know-how and mortgage and funds infrastructure expense. In 2019,
non-interest expense included $8.9 million of expense for a $1.4 millionSecurities Change Fee ("SEC") civil cash penalty and a $7.5 millionFDIC civil cash penalty. FDIC insurance coverage expense decreased $1.8 million in 2019,
primarily on account of a lower within the insurance coverage charge relevant to the
Financial institution.

Reflecting these modifications, internet revenue from persevering with operations amounted to
$51.3 million in 2019 in comparison with $87.5 million in 2018, or persevering with
operations earnings per diluted share of $0.89 in comparison with $1.53 in 2018. Internet
revenue from discontinued operations was $291,000 for 2019 in comparison with
$1.1 million for 2018. Together with discontinued operations, diluted revenue per
share was $0.90 for 2019 in comparison with $1.55 for 2018 on internet revenue of
$51.6 million and $88.7 million, respectively.

Internet Curiosity Revenue: 2020 in comparison with 2019. Our internet curiosity revenue for 2020
elevated to $194.9 million, a rise of $53.6 million, or 37.9%, from
$141.3 million for 2019, reflecting a $31.2 million, or 17.4%, enhance in
curiosity revenue to $210.8 million from $179.6 million for 2019. The rise in
curiosity revenue mirrored the influence of mortgage development, together with the influence of the
resolution to retain loans beforehand generated on the market or securitization. Our
common loans and leases elevated 63.0% to $3.94 billion in 2020 from
$2.42 billion for 2019, whereas associated curiosity revenue elevated $43.7 million on
a tax equal foundation. The most important enhance in common loans and leases was in
industrial loans beforehand originated on the market, now retained on the stability
sheet, which elevated $864.1 million. Associated curiosity revenue elevated
$36.4 million in 2020 in comparison with the prior 12 months. Small enterprise mortgage (primarily
SBA) and leasing curiosity revenue respectively elevated $8.1 million and
$1.6 million. However important will increase in balances, SBLOC and IBLOC
curiosity decreased by $1.8 million on account of the Federal Reserve charge
reductions. Our common funding securities have been $1.32 billion for 2020
in comparison with $1.41 billion for 2019, whereas associated curiosity revenue decreased
$4.5 million on a tax equal foundation primarily on account of Federal Reserve
charge reductions. These charge reductions additionally contributed to the rise in internet
curiosity revenue as they have been mirrored in a lower in curiosity expense of
$22.4 million or 58.4% to $15.9 million, from $38.3 million in 2019.

Our internet curiosity margin (calculated by dividing internet curiosity revenue by common
curiosity incomes property) for 2020 elevated 13 foundation factors to three.45% from 3.32%
for 2019, because the lower in value of funds was better than the lower within the
yield on incomes property. The common yield on our curiosity incomes property
decreased to three.74% from 4.18% for 2019, a lower of 44 foundation factors, whereas the
value of complete deposits and interest-bearing liabilities decreased to 0.30% for
2020 from 0.92% for 2019, a lower of 62 foundation factors. The online curiosity margin
enhance mirrored the influence of weighted common 4.8% flooring on a median
$1.4 billion portfolio of economic actual property variable charge condo loans,
which have been beforehand originated on the market or securitization, which considerably
offset decrease charges within the equally sized SBLOC and IBLOC portfolio. That SBLOC
and IBLOC portfolio yield decreased to roughly 2.5% after the Federal
Reserve charge reductions. Nevertheless, that portfolio, as a result of nature of the
collateral, has not skilled losses. The online curiosity margin additionally mirrored
the influence of development in greater yielding SBA loans and leases, which have

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yielded within the 5% to six% vary.The yield on loans in complete decreased to 4.34%
from 5.25%, a lower of 91 foundation factors. The yield on the funding portfolio
decreased much less, 14 foundation factors, however additional decreases could happen in that and the
mortgage portfolio as maturities reprice to a decrease charge surroundings. In 2020,
common demand and curiosity checking deposits amounted to $4.86 billion,
in comparison with $3.82 billion in 2019, a rise of 27.4%, reflecting development in
debit and pay as you go card account balances. The yield on these deposits decreased
to 0.23% in 2020 in comparison with 0.80% in 2019. Financial savings and cash market balances
averaged $291.2 million in 2020 in comparison with $37.7 million in 2019 with an
common 0.15% charge in 2020 in comparison with 0.48% in 2019. The $253.5 million
enhance in financial savings and cash market between these respective durations mirrored
development in interest-bearing accounts provided by our affinity group purchasers to
pay as you go and debit card account prospects. The decrease charges on these deposit
classes additionally mirrored the influence of Federal Reserve charge reductions.

Internet Curiosity Revenue: 2019 in comparison with 2018. Our internet curiosity revenue for 2019
elevated to $141.3 million, a rise of $20.4 million, or 16.9%, from
$120.8 million for 2018, reflecting a $31.6 million, or 21.4%, enhance in
curiosity revenue to $179.6 million from $148.0 million for 2018. The rise in
internet curiosity revenue primarily mirrored the influence of upper balances of
industrial actual property loans held-for-sale and different mortgage development and better mortgage
yields ensuing from Federal Reserve charge will increase in 2018. The influence of the
prior 12 months charge will increase was partially offset by Federal Reserve charge decreases
within the latter a part of 2019. Our common loans and leases elevated 24.9% to
$2.42 billion in 2019 from $1.94 billion for 2018, whereas associated curiosity revenue
elevated $31.8 million on a tax equal foundation. The most important will increase in
common loans and leases and associated curiosity revenue was in industrial loans
originated on the market, which respectively elevated $300.2 million and
$17.6 million. Small enterprise mortgage, SBLOC and IBLOC and leasing curiosity revenue
respectively elevated $6.3 million, $6.1 million and $2.4 million. Our common
funding securities have been $1.41 billion for 2019 in comparison with $1.38 billion for
2018, whereas associated curiosity revenue elevated $245,000 on a tax equal
foundation.

Our internet curiosity margin (calculated by dividing internet curiosity revenue by common
curiosity incomes property) for 2019 elevated 13 foundation factors to three.32% from 3.19%
for 2018. The rise mirrored greater yields on variable charge loans ensuing
from the aforementioned Federal Reserve will increase, partially offset by decreased
yields on taxable funding securities. Whereas the yield on loans elevated to
5.25% from 4.92%, the yield on taxable funding securities decreased to three.01%
from 3.05%. The lower mirrored greater premium amortization ensuing from
prepayments. The common yield on our curiosity incomes property elevated to 4.18%
from 3.86% for 2018, a rise of 32 foundation factors, whereas the price of complete
deposits and interest-bearing liabilities elevated to 0.92% for 2019 from 0.70%
for 2018, a rise of twenty-two foundation factors. Whereas variable charge loans and
securities adjusted extra totally to Federal Reserve charge modifications, deposits
adjusted solely partially to the Federal Reserve modifications. In 2019, common demand
and curiosity checking deposits amounted to $3.82 billion, in comparison with
$3.50 billion in 2018, a rise of 9.1%. The yield on these deposits
elevated to 0.80% in 2019 in comparison with 0.66% in 2018. Financial savings and cash market
balances averaged $37.7 million in 2019 in comparison with $362.3 million in 2018 with
a median 0.48% charge in 2019 in comparison with 0.79% in 2018. The lower mirrored
the SHIRA sale.

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Common Every day Steadiness. The next desk presents the typical every day balances
of property, liabilities, and shareholders' fairness and the respective curiosity
earned or paid on curiosity incomes property and curiosity bearing liabilities, as
effectively as common charges for the durations indicated:

                                                    12 months ended December 31,
                                          2020                                   2019
                            Common                    Common      Common                   Common
                            stability       Curiosity      charge        stability       Curiosity     charge
                                                     ({dollars} in 1000's)
Belongings:
Curiosity incomes
property:
Loans internet of deferred
charges and prices            $ 3,931,758$ 170,449        4.34%   $ 2,402,686$ 126,176      5.25%
Leases - financial institution
certified*                      8,885          647        7.28%        14,968        1,177      7.86%
Funding
securities-taxable          1,317,031       37,822        2.87%     1,406,247       42,286      3.01%
Funding
securities-nontaxable*          4,412          145        3.29%         6,533          215      3.29%
Curiosity incomes
deposits at Federal
Reserve Financial institution                  381,290        1,885        0.49%       472,279       10,007      2.12%
Internet curiosity incomes
property                      5,643,376      210,948        3.74%     4,302,713      179,861      4.18%

Allowance for credit score
losses                        (13,878)                                 (9,696)
Belongings held-for-sale
from discontinued
operations                    127,519        4,222        3.31%       169,986        6,710      3.95%
Different property                  226,210                                 254,674
                          $ 5,983,227$ 4,717,677

Liabilities and
Shareholders'
Fairness:
Deposits:
Demand and curiosity
checking                  $ 4,864,236$  11,356        0.23%   $ 3,817,176$  30,664      0.80%
Financial savings and cash
market                        291,204          442        0.15%        37,671          181      0.48%
Time                           79,439        1,483        1.87%       170,438        3,555      2.09%
Complete deposits              5,234,879       13,281        0.25%

4,025,285 34,400 0.85%

Quick-term borrowings 27,322,198 0.72% 129,031 3,131 2.43% Repurchase contracts

              49             -          -%            90             -        -%
Subordinated debt              13,401          524        3.91%        13,401          750      5.60%
Senior debt                    38,532        1,913        4.96%              -            -        -%
Complete deposits and
interest-bearing
liabilities                 5,314,183       15,916        0.30%     4,167,807       38,281      0.92%

Different liabilities             137,983                                 104,233
Complete liabilities           5,452,166                               4,272,040

Shareholders'
fairness                        531,061                                 445,637
                          $ 5,983,227$ 4,717,677

Internet curiosity revenue on
tax equal foundation *                   $ 199,254$ 148,290

Tax equal
adjustment                                     166                                     292

Internet curiosity revenue                      $ 199,088$ 147,998

Internet curiosity margin *                                     3.45%                                 3.32%


* Full taxable equal base, utilizing 21% of the respective statutory federal tax charges in 2020 and 2019.

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                                                       12 months ended December 31,
                                                                 2018
                                                  Common                     Common
                                                  stability       Curiosity       charge
                                                         ({dollars} in 1000's)
Belongings:
Curiosity incomes property:
Loans internet of deferred charges and prices           $  1,915,456$  94,232

4.92%

Leases - financial institution certified*                             20,025        1,370

6.84%

Funding securities-taxable                     1,375,566       41,994

3.05%

Funding securities-nontaxable*                     8,631          262

3.04%

Curiosity incomes deposits at Federal
Reserve Financial institution                                        460,577        8,737

1.90%

Federal funds bought and securities
bought underneath agreements to resell                 59,157        1,708          2.89%
Internet curiosity incomes property                       3,839,412      148,303          3.86%

Allowance for credit score losses                          (7,528)
Belongings held-for-sale from discontinued
operations                                          253,348        8,810          3.48%
Different property                                        190,252
                                               $  4,275,484

Liabilities and Shareholders'
Fairness:
Deposits:
Demand and curiosity checking                   $  3,499,288$  23,068          0.66%
Financial savings and cash market                            362,267        2,878          0.79%
Complete deposits                                    3,861,555       25,946          0.67%

Quick-term borrowings                                20,346          451          2.22%
Repurchase agreements                                   173             -            -%
Subordinated debentures                              13,401          714          5.33%
Complete deposits and interest-bearing
liabilities                                       3,895,475       27,111          0.70%

Different liabilities                                    14,546
Complete liabilities                                 3,910,021

Shareholders' fairness                           365,463
                                               $  4,275,484

Internet curiosity revenue on tax equal
foundation *                                                        $ 130,002

Tax equal adjustment                                            343

Internet curiosity revenue                                            $ 129,659

Internet curiosity margin *                                                             3.19%

* Full equal taxable base, utilizing a statutory federal tax charge of 21%.

In 2020 in comparison with 2019, common curiosity incomes property elevated to
$5.64 billion, a rise of $1.34 billion, or 31.2%, from 2019. The rise
mirrored a $1.52 billion, or 63.0%, enhance in common loans and leases. The
enhance resulted primarily from greater balances of loans beforehand originated
on the market into securitizations and mortgage development in SBLOC and IBLOC, small enterprise
(primarily SBA) and leasing. Common balances of funding securities decreased
$91.3 million, or 6.5%, as prepayments of upper yielding securities accelerated
after the Federal Reserve charge reductions in first quarter 2020. In 2020,
common demand and curiosity checking deposits amounted to $4.86 billion,
in comparison with $3.82 billion in 2019, a rise of 27.4%, reflecting development in
debit and pay as you go card account balances. In 2019 in comparison with 2018, common
curiosity incomes property elevated to $4.30 billion, a rise of
$463.3 million, or 12.1%, from 2018. The rise mirrored a $482.2 million, or
24.9%, enhance in common loans and leases. The rise resulted primarily
from greater balances of retained loans beforehand originated on the market into
securitizations, SBLOC and IBLOC, SBA and leasing. Common balances of
funding securities elevated $28.6 million, or 2.1%, as reinvestments have been
accelerated when long run charges elevated. Common demand and curiosity checking
deposits elevated $317.9 million, or 9.1%.

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Quantity and Price Evaluation. The next desk units forth the modifications in internet
curiosity revenue attributable to both modifications in quantity (common balances) or
to modifications in common charges from 2018 via 2020 on a tax equal foundation.
The modifications attributable to the mixed influence of quantity and charge have been
allotted proportionately to the modifications resulting from quantity and the modifications resulting from
charge.

                                 2020 versus 2019                     2019 versus 2018
                                 Because of change in:                    Because of change in:
                         Quantity        Price        Complete       Quantity       Price        Complete
                                                    (in 1000's)
Curiosity revenue:
Taxable loans internet of
unearned low cost       $ 60,996$ (16,723)$  44,273$ 25,248$  6,696$ 31,944
Financial institution certified tax
free leases internet of
unearned low cost           (448)         (82)        (530)       (472)        279        (193)
Funding
securities-taxable        (2,612)      (1,852)      (4,464)        894        (602)        292
Funding
securities-nontaxable        (70)            -         (70)        (72)         25         (47)
Curiosity incomes
deposits                  (1,631)      (6,491)      (8,122)        227       1,043       1,270
Federal funds bought              -            -            -       (854)       (854)     (1,708)
Belongings held-for-sale
from discontinued
operations                (1,512)        (976)      (2,488)     (3,564)      1,464      (2,100)
Complete curiosity
incomes property            54,723      (26,124)      28,599      21,407       8,051      29,458
Curiosity expense:
Demand and curiosity
checking                $  8,833$ (28,141)$ (19,308)$  2,096$  5,500$  7,596
Financial savings and cash
market                       291          (30)         261      (1,872)       (825)     (2,697)
Time                      (1,732)        (340)      (2,072)      3,555            -      3,555
Complete deposit
curiosity expense           7,392      (28,511)     (21,119)      3,779       4,675       8,454
Quick-term borrowings     (1,552)      (1,381)      (2,933)      2,633          47       2,680
Subordinated debt               -        (226)        (226)           -         36          36
Senior debt                1,913             -       1,913            -           -           -
Complete curiosity
expense                    7,753      (30,118)     (22,365)      6,412       4,758      11,170
Internet curiosity revenue:    $ 46,970$   3,994$  50,964$ 14,995$  3,293$ 18,288


Provision for Credit score Losses. Our provision for credit score losses was $6.4 million
for 2020, $4.4 million for 2019 and $3.6 million for 2018. Provisions are based mostly
on our analysis of the adequacy of our allowance for credit score losses,
significantly in mild of present financial circumstances and the estimated influence of
charge-offs. The availability for credit score losses in 2020 elevated $2.0 million over
the prior 12 months, as the supply for leasing was elevated $2.1 million,
reflecting a $1.7 million enhance in leasing charge-offs. The rise within the
2019 provision over 2018 mirrored decreases in provisions for small enterprise
loans and leasing which have been greater than offset by a $1.0 million provision for a
client line of credit score, for which remaining loans now have minimal balances and
are now not provided. At December 31, 2020, our allowance for credit score losses
amounted to $16.1 million, or 0.61%, of complete loans. Efficient January 1, 2020,
we carried out present and future anticipated credit score loss accounting steerage which
differs from prior steerage. Accordingly, provisions between these years lack
comparability. We imagine that our allowance is enough to cowl present and
future anticipated losses, in keeping with the newly carried out steerage. For extra
details about our provision and allowance for credit score losses and our loss
expertise see "-Monetary Situation-Allowance for Credit score Losses" and "-Abstract
of Mortgage and Lease Loss Expertise," beneath.

Non-Curiosity Revenue: 2020 in comparison with 2019. Non-interest revenue was
$84.6 million for 2020 in comparison with $104.1 million for 2019. The $19.5 million,
or 18.7%, discount resulted primarily from the $27.9 million change in internet
realized and unrealized positive aspects (losses) on industrial loans beforehand originated
on the market or securitization which was partially offset by a rise in pay as you go
and debit card and associated charges. Pay as you go and debit card and associated charges
elevated $9.3 million, or 14.3%, to $74.5 million for 2020 from $65.1 million
for 2019. The rise mirrored greater transactional quantity together with will increase
from new relationships. Associated charges on this class embody revenue associated to
the usage of money in ATMs for pay as you go payroll cardholders. Automated Clearing
Home ("ACH"), card and different cost processing charges decreased $2.3 million, or
24.3%, to $7.1 million for 2020 in comparison with $9.4 million for 2019. The lower
relected the exit of upper danger ACH prospects and the exit of a relationship
with an possession change. Internet realized and unrealized positive aspects (losses) on
industrial loans originated on the market mirrored a lack of $3.9 million in 2020
ensuing primarily from the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic, in comparison with a acquire
of $24.1 million within the prior 12 months. In 2019 the overwhelming majority of the
$24.1 million acquire was realized upon the closing of two securitizations, whereas
the $3.9 million 2020 loss resulted from honest worth changes to our portfolio
of economic loans held at honest worth, together with losses on associated hedges.
Complete honest worth changes associated to the beforehand securitized loans now
held on the stability sheet have been $5.6 million, however have been partially offset by
$1.7 million of exit charges on mortgage payoffs in that portfolio. We're planning to
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and should not at the moment planning any additional securitizations. Leasing associated
revenue was comparable, growing $51,000, or 1.6%, to $3.3 million for 2020
from $3.2 million for 2019. Different non-interest revenue elevated $1.4 million, or
64.2%, to $3.6 million in 2020 from $2.2 million in 2019. The rise refected
the restoration of sure pay as you go charges which have been written off in prior years and
different authorized settlements.

Non-Curiosity Revenue: 2019 in comparison with 2018. Non-interest revenue was
$104.1 million for 2019, in comparison with $153.8 million for 2018. The $49.7 million
lower mirrored a $65.0 million acquire on the sale of the SHIRA portfolio in
2018. In 2019 in comparison with 2018, the first drivers of price revenue, pay as you go,
debit and associated charges and charges on ACH, card and different cost processing charges,
elevated $11.2 million, or 17.8%, to $74.5 million. The vast majority of the expansion
resulted from pay as you go, debit and associated charges which elevated $10.5 million, or
19.2%, to $65.1 million, primarily on account of transaction quantity will increase
from new purchasers and natural development from present purchasers. ACH, card and different
cost processing charges, which elevated $723,000, or 8.4%, to $9.4 million
mirrored will increase in cost quantity, particularly from the speedy funds switch
product. That product permits prospects to switch funds from their checking account
to their payee's account in minutes. Acquire on sale of loans elevated
$3.6 million to $24.1 million, which resulted primarily from the next quantity of
loans bought into securitizations in 2019 which greater than offset the lower in
market spreads. Any acquire or loss is topic to market circumstances.

Non-Curiosity Expense: 2020 in comparison with 2019. Complete non-interest expense in 2020
was $164.8 million, a lower of $3.7 million, or 2.2%, over the $168.5 million
in 2019. Salaries and worker advantages expense elevated to $101.7 million, an
enhance of $7.5 million, or 7.9%, from $94.3 million for 2019. Increased wage
expense in 2020 mirrored greater incentive compensation expense, and better
compliance, danger administration and IT expense, which have been primarily associated to the
funds enterprise. Depreciation and amortization decreased $494,000, or 13.4%,
to $3.2 million in 2020 from $3.7 million in 2019 which mirrored lowered
spending on mounted property and tools. Lease and occupancy decreased
$1.1 million, or 16.4%, to $5.5 million in 2020 from $6.6 million in 2019,
reflecting the influence of workplace relocations. Information processing expense decreased
$182,000, or 3.7%, to $4.7 million in 2020 from $4.9 million in 2019. The
lower mirrored lowered test clearing and different prices associated to
non-electronic account processing, as paper based mostly accounts and transactions
decreased, whereas digital transaction quantity elevated. Printing and provides
decreased $123,000, or 19.3%, to $514,000 in 2020 from $637,000 in 2019,
reflecting decreased ranges of paper based mostly accounts and transactions. Audit
expense decreased $724,000, or 40.6%, to $1.1 million in 2020 from $1.8 million
in 2019 which mirrored decreased regulatory and tax compliance audit charges.
Authorized expense decreased $178,000, or 3.3%, to $5.1 million for 2020 from
$5.3 million in 2019, reflecting decreased prices related to two
fact-finding inquiries by the SEC as described in Notice O to the monetary
statements. Amortization of intangible property decreased $975,000, or 63.7%, to
$556,000 for 2020 from $1.5 million for 2019. The discount mirrored the
completion of the amortization of our buyer record intangible for the Saved
Worth Options buy from Marshall Bankfirst. FDIC insurance coverage expense
elevated $2.8 million, or 39.6%, to $9.8 million for 2020 from $7.0 million in
2019, primarily resulting from a rise in common liabilities, in opposition to which
insurance coverage charges are utilized. Software program expense elevated $1.3 million, or 10.2%,
to $14.0 million in 2020 from $12.7 million in 2019 which mirrored elevated
expenditures for data know-how infrastructure to enhance effectivity and
scalability, particularly for SBLOC and IBLOC loans. Insurance coverage expense elevated
$343,000, or 13.9%, to $2.8 million in 2020 from $2.5 million in 2019,
reflecting greater charges and better protection limits. Telecom and IT community
communications expense elevated $130,000, or 8.7%, to $1.6 million in 2020 from
$1.5 million in 2019. The rise mirrored migration to a brand new fiber optic
community to enhance efficiency and effectivity. Consulting expense decreased
$1.9 million, or 58.0%, to $1.4 million in 2020 from $3.2 million in 2019,
reflecting decreased BSA and different regulatory consulting. In 2019, civil cash
penalties have been assessed within the quantity of $8.9 million, comprised of a
$7.5 millionFDIC settlement and a $1.4 millionSEC settlement. Moreover,
lease termination expense amounted to $908,000 in 2019. Different non-interest
expense decreased $174,000, or 1.3%, to $12.7 million in 2020 from $12.9 million
in 2019 reflecting $2.0 million of decreased journey expense, partially offset by
will increase of $962,000 in SBA assure charges, $548,000 in advertising expense and
$367,000 in different working taxes.

Non-Curiosity Expense: 2019 in comparison with 2018. Complete non-interest expense in 2019
was $168.5 million, a rise of $17.2 million, or 11.4%, over the
$151.3 million in 2018. Wage expense elevated $14.4 million to $94.3 million
in 2019, a rise of 18.1% over the $79.8 million in 2018. The rise
mirrored greater incentive compensation for mortgage, deposit and price manufacturing and
greater data know-how and mortgage and funds infrastructure expense.
Depreciation and amortization decreased $301,000 to $3.7 million, or 7.5%, from
$4.0 million in 2018, which mirrored lowered spending on mounted property and
tools. Lease and occupancy elevated $1.2 million to $6.6 million, or 21.1%,
from $5.5 million in 2018, which mirrored newly leased area for the industrial
actual property mortgage origination division. Information processing expense decreased
$1.3 million, or 20.9%, to $4.9 million from $6.2 million in 2018. The lower
mirrored the influence of a renegotiated information processing contract and decrease
account and transaction quantity on account of the deliberate exit of an affinity
program which had modified possession and the SHIRA sale. Printing and provides
expense decreased $269,000, or 29.7%, to $637,000 from $906,000 in 2018. The
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discount for SHIRA accounts which have been transferred within the third quarter of
2018, in reference to the associated sale. Audit expense decreased $217,000, or
10.8%, to $1.8 million from $2.0 million in 2018, which mirrored decreased
regulatory and tax compliance audit charges. Authorized expense decreased $2.5 million,
or 32.2%, to $5.3 million from $7.8 million in 2018. The lower in authorized
expense mirrored decrease charges associated to regulatory issues together with charges
related to an SEC subpoena associated to the restatement of the monetary
statements for 2014 and prior years. Amortization of intangible property remained
constant at $1.5 million in 2019 and 2018. FDIC insurance coverage decreased
$1.8 million, or 20.3%, to $7.0 million from $8.8 million in 2018, which
mirrored the influence of a lower within the FDIC evaluation charge. Software program expense
decreased $573,000, or 4.3%, to $12.7 million from $13.3 million in 2018. The
lower mirrored lowered expenditures for know-how infrastructure to enhance
effectivity and scalability, together with BSA software program to fulfill BSA regulatory
necessities. Insurance coverage expense decreased $103,000, or 4.0%, to $2.5 million
from $2.6 million in 2018. Telecom and knowledge know-how community
communications expense elevated $120,000, or 8.7%, to $1.5 million from
$1.4 million in 2018. Securitization and servicing expense decreased $36,000, or
30.8%, to $81,000 from $117,000 in 2018. Consulting expense remained constant
at $3.2 million in 2019 and 2018. Different non-interest expense decreased $394,000,
or 3.0%, to $12.9 million from $13.3 million in 2018. The lower resulted
primarily from decreases of $317,000 in credit score bureau expense, $280,000 for
pay as you go and debit deposit account losses, $163,000 for buyer identification
expense and $100,000 for postage. These decreases have been partially offset by a
$748,000 enhance in journey.

Tax profit and bills

Revenue tax expense for persevering with operations was $27.7 million, $21.2 million
and $32.2 million, respectively, for 2020, 2019 and 2018.  The tax charge of 25.6%
in 2020 in comparison with 29.3% in 2019 and 26.9% in 2018. The upper charge in 2019
resulted primarily from the non-deductibility of $8.9 million of civil cash
penalties in that 12 months. The distinction between these charges and the federal
statutory charge of 21% resulted primarily from state revenue taxes.

Liquidity and capital sources

Liquidity defines our means to generate funds to assist asset development, meet
deposit withdrawals, fulfill borrowing wants and in any other case function on an ongoing
foundation. Based mostly on our sources of funding and liquidity mentioned beneath, we imagine
now we have enough liquidity and capital sources obtainable for our wants in
the following 12 months and for the foreseeable future. We make investments the funds we don't
want for every day operations primarily in our interest-bearing account on the
Federal Reserve. Curiosity-bearing balances on the Federal Reserve Financial institution,
maintained on an in a single day foundation, averaged $193.6 million for the fourth quarter
of 2020, in comparison with the prior 12 months fourth quarter common of $569.8 million.
The discount mirrored mortgage development and the Federal Reserve's momentary
suspension of reserve necessities.

Our main supply of funding has been deposits. Common deposits in 2020
elevated by $1.21 billion, or 30.0%, to $5.23 billion. Whereas that enhance
primarily mirrored will increase in transaction accounts from debit and pay as you go
card account balances, it additionally mirrored a rise in common financial savings and
cash market accounts of $253.5 million between these durations. That development
resulted from interest-bearing accounts provided by our affinity group purchasers to
pay as you go and debit card account prospects. The elevated deposits have been primarily
utilized to fund mortgage development, as securities balances decreased on account of
prepayments which accelerated after the Federal Reserve's first quarter 2020
charge reductions. In a single day borrowings are additionally periodically utilized as a
funding supply to facilitate money administration, however common balances haven't
usually been important.

Our main supply of liquidity is available-for-sale securities which amounted
to $1.21 billion at December 31, 2020 in comparison with $1.32 billion at December 31,
2019. In extra of $700 million of our available-for-sale securities are U.S.
authorities company securities that are extremely liquid and which can be pledged as
collateral for our Federal House Mortgage Financial institution line of credit score. Mortgage repayments, additionally
a supply of funds, have been exceeded by new mortgage disbursements throughout 2020. As a
consequence, at December 31, 2020 excellent loans amounted to $2.65 billion,
in comparison with $1.82 billion on the prior 12 months finish, a rise of $828.1 million,
which was usually funded by deposits. Industrial loans held at honest worth
elevated to $1.81 billion from $1.18 billion between these respective dates, an
enhance of $630.3 million. In 2019 and former years, these loans have been
originated on the market into securitizations at six month intervals. In 2020, we
determined to not pursue further securitizations and no future securitizations
are at the moment deliberate. Whereas securitizations resulted in money inflows, such
inflows have been usually retained on the Federal Reserve to supply funding for
the next securitization. Accordingly, the retention of those loans is not going to
considerably influence our total liquidity, which is based upon our
securities and different U.S. authorities assured devices. Whereas positive aspects on sale
might be eradicated, the online curiosity margin advantages from these loans, which
have a median charge ground of 4.8%.

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Whereas we wouldn't have a standard department system, we imagine that our core
deposits, which embody our demand, curiosity checking, financial savings and cash market
accounts, have related traits to these of a financial institution with a department system.
The vast majority of our deposit accounts are generated by third events and as a
consequence are labeled as brokered by the FDIC. The FDIC steerage for
classification of deposit accounts as brokered is comparatively broad, and
usually consists of accounts which have been referred to or "positioned" with the
establishment by different firms. If the Financial institution ceases to be categorized as "effectively
capitalized" underneath banking laws, will probably be prohibited from accepting,
renewing or rolling over brokered deposits with out the consent of the FDIC. In
such a case, the FDIC's refusal to grant consent to our accepting, renewing or
rolling over brokered deposits may successfully prohibit or get rid of the
means of the Financial institution to function its enterprise strains as presently carried out. In
December 2020, the FDIC issued a brand new regulation which ought to lead to sure
of our deposits being reclassified from brokered to non-brokered, efficient
April 1, 2021.

We deal with customer support which we imagine has resulted in a historical past of
buyer loyalty. Stability, decrease value in comparison with sure different funding
sources and buyer loyalty comprise key traits of core deposits which
we imagine are corresponding to core deposits of friends with department methods. Sure
parts of our deposits do expertise seasonality, creating better extra
liquidity at sure occasions in 2020. The most important deposit inflows have usually
occurred within the first quarter of the 12 months when sure of our accounts are
credited with tax refund funds from the U.S.Treasury.

Whereas client deposit accounts together with pay as you go and debit card accounts
comprise the vast majority of our funding wants, we keep secured borrowing strains
with the Federal House Mortgage Financial institution, or ("the FHLB"), and the Federal Reserve. As of
December 31, 2020, we had a line of credit score with the Federal Reserve which
exceeded one billion {dollars}, which can be collateralized by numerous varieties of
loans, however which we usually haven't used. To mitigate the influence of the
Covid-19 pandemic, the Federal Reserve has inspired banks to make the most of their
strains to maximise the quantity of funding obtainable for credit score markets.
Accordingly, the Financial institution has borrowed on its line on an in a single day foundation and should do
so sooner or later. The quantity of loans pledged varies and the collateral could also be
unpledged at any time to the extent remaining collateral worth exceeds advances.
Moreover, now we have pledged roughly $1.3 billion of multi-family loans
to the FHLB. Because of this, now we have roughly $1.0 billion of availability on
our line of credit score which we will entry at any time. As famous beforehand, that
line could also be elevated by $700 million by pledging our U.S. authorities company
securities. As of December 31, 2020, we had no quantity excellent on the Federal
Reserve line or on our FHLB line. We count on to proceed to keep up our
services with the FHLB and Federal Reserve. We actively monitor our positions
and contingent funding sources every day. As mentioned later on this part, in
2020, we issued $100 million in senior notes, offering further liquidity to
our holding firm.

Included in our money and money equivalents at December 31, 2020, have been
$ 345.5 million interest-bearing deposits, which consisted primarily of deposits with Federal Reserve. These quantities could range every day. Consequently, the vast majority of our obtainable money is made up of available-for-sale securities and features of credit score with the FHLB and Federal Reserve.

In 2020, $ 233.8 million of gross sales and redemptions of securities exceeded purchases of
$ 34.7 million. In 2019, $ 173.9 million of gross sales and redemptions of securities exceeded purchases of $ 157.5 million. In 2018, $ 213.2 million of gross sales and redemptions of securities exceeded purchases of $ 134.8 million. As proven within the Consolidated Statements of Money Flows, the money required to finance the loans was
$ 836.2 million in 2020, $ 322.6 million in 2019 and $ 115.1 million in 2018.

At December 31, 2020, we had excellent commitments to fund loans, together with
unused strains of credit score, of $2.17 billion, the overwhelming majority of that are SBLOC
strains of credit score that are variable charge. We try to extend such line utilization;
nevertheless, utilization percentages have been traditionally constant and the vast majority of
these strains of credit score have traditionally not been drawn. The recorded quantity of
such commitments has, for a lot of accounts, been based mostly on the total quantity of
collateral in a buyer's funding account. Accordingly, the funding
necessities for such commitments happen on a measured foundation over time and are
anticipated to be funded by deposit development. Moreover, these loans are "demand"
loans and as such, signify a contingency supply of funding.

As a holding firm conducting considerably all of our enterprise via our
subsidiaries, our close to time period wants for liquidity consist principally of money
wanted to make required curiosity funds on our belief most popular securities and
senior debt, whereas our liquidity consists primarily of dividends from the Financial institution
to the holding firm. Within the third quarter of 2020, holding firm money was
elevated by roughly $98.2 million on account of the online proceeds of a
senior debt providing. As of December 31, 2020, we had money reserves of
roughly $111.3 million on the holding firm. The quarterly curiosity
funds on the $100.0 million of senior debt are roughly $1.2 million
based mostly on a hard and fast charge of 4.75%. Present quarterly curiosity funds on the
$13.4 million of subordinated debentures are roughly $118,000 based mostly on a
floating charge of three.25% over LIBOR. The senior debt matures in

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August 2025 and the subordinated debentures mature in March 2038. In lieu of
reimbursement of debt from Financial institution dividends, trade apply consists of the issuance
of latest debt to repay maturing debt.

We should adjust to capital adequacy pointers issued by the FDIC. A financial institution should,
generally, have a Tier 1 leverage ratio of 5.0%, a ratio of Tier 1 capital to
risk-weighted property of 8.0%, a ratio of complete capital to risk-weighted property
of 10.0% and a ratio of frequent fairness to risk-weighted property of 6.50% to be
thought-about "effectively capitalized". The Tier 1 leverage ratio is the ratio of Tier 1
capital to common property for the latest quarter. "Tier 1 capital" consists of
frequent shareholders' fairness, sure qualifying perpetual most popular inventory and
minority pursuits in fairness accounts of consolidated subsidiaries, much less
intangibles. At December 31, 2020, we have been "effectively capitalized" underneath banking
laws.

The next desk units forth our regulatory capital quantities and ratios for the
durations indicated:

                                                                                              Frequent
                                      Tier 1 capital    Tier 1 capital     Complete capital      fairness
                                                                                             tier 1 to
                                        to common     to risk-weighted   to risk-weighted     risk-
                                                                                             weighted
                                       property ratio      property ratio       property ratio      property

As of December 31, 2020
The Bancorp, Inc.                              9.20%             14.43%             14.84%      14.43%
The Bancorp Financial institution                               9.11%             14.27%             14.68%      14.27%
"Nicely capitalized" establishment
(underneath FDIC regulations-Basel III)             5.00%              8.00%             10.00%       6.50%

As of December 31, 2019
The Bancorp, Inc.                              9.63%             19.04%             19.45%      19.04%
The Bancorp Financial institution                               9.46%             18.71%             19.11%      18.71%
"Nicely capitalized" establishment
(underneath FDIC laws)                       5.00%              8.00%

10.00% 6.50%

Asset and legal responsibility administration

The administration of charge delicate property and liabilities is important to
controlling rate of interest danger and optimizing curiosity margins. An rate of interest
delicate asset or legal responsibility is one which, inside an outlined time interval, both
matures or experiences an rate of interest change in step with basic market
charges. Rate of interest sensitivity measures the relative volatility of an
establishment's curiosity margin ensuing from modifications in market rates of interest.

As a monetary establishment, potential rate of interest volatility is a main
element of our market danger. Fluctuations in rates of interest will finally
influence the extent of our earnings and the market worth of our curiosity incomes
property, aside from these with short-term maturities. We don't personal any buying and selling
property. We used hedging transactions just for mounted charge industrial loans
beforehand originated on the market into secondary securities markets. We now not
originate loans on the market or securitization and now not have interaction in new hedging
transactions.

Now we have adopted insurance policies designed to handle internet curiosity revenue and protect
capital over a broad vary of rate of interest actions. To successfully administer
the insurance policies and to watch our publicity to fluctuations in rates of interest, we
keep an asset/legal responsibility committee, consisting of the Financial institution's Chief Government
Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Chief Monetary Officer, Chief Credit score Officer
and others. This committee meets quarterly to overview our monetary outcomes,
develop methods to optimize margins and to reply to market circumstances. The
main purpose of our insurance policies is to optimize margins and handle rate of interest
danger, topic to total coverage constraints for prudent administration of curiosity
charge danger.

We monitor, handle and management rate of interest danger via a wide range of
methods, together with use of conventional rate of interest sensitivity evaluation
(also called "hole evaluation") and an rate of interest danger administration mannequin. With
the rate of interest danger administration mannequin, we mission future internet curiosity revenue
after which estimate the impact of assorted modifications in rates of interest on that
projected internet curiosity revenue. We additionally use the rate of interest danger administration
mannequin to calculate the change in internet portfolio worth over a spread of curiosity
charge change eventualities. Conventional hole evaluation includes arranging our curiosity
incomes property and interest-bearing liabilities by repricing durations after which
computing the distinction (or "rate of interest sensitivity hole") between the property
and liabilities that we estimate will reprice throughout every time interval and
cumulatively via the tip of every time interval.



Each rate of interest sensitivity modeling and hole evaluation are achieved at a particular
cut-off date and contain a wide range of important estimates and assumptions.
Rate of interest sensitivity modeling requires, amongst different issues, estimates of
how a lot and when yields and prices on particular person classes of curiosity incomes
property and interest-bearing liabilities will reply to basic modifications in
market charges, future money flows and low cost charges. Hole evaluation requires
estimates as to when particular person classes of curiosity delicate property and
liabilities will reprice, and assumes that property and liabilities assigned to
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the identical time and in the identical quantity. Hole evaluation doesn't account for the actual fact
that repricing of property and liabilities is discretionary and topic to
aggressive and different pressures. A spot is taken into account optimistic when the quantity of
rate of interest delicate property exceeds the quantity of rate of interest delicate
liabilities. A spot is taken into account detrimental when the quantity of rate of interest
delicate liabilities exceeds rate of interest delicate property. Throughout a interval of
falling rates of interest, a optimistic hole would are inclined to adversely have an effect on internet
curiosity revenue, whereas a detrimental hole would are inclined to lead to a rise in internet
curiosity revenue, all else equal. Throughout a interval of rising rates of interest, a
optimistic hole would are inclined to lead to a rise in internet curiosity revenue whereas a
detrimental hole would are inclined to have an effect on internet curiosity revenue adversely.

The next desk units forth the estimated maturity or repricing construction of
our curiosity incomes property and interest-bearing liabilities at December 31,
2020. Besides as said beneath, the quantities of property or liabilities proven which
reprice or mature throughout a specific interval have been decided in accordance with
the contractual phrases of every asset or legal responsibility. The vast majority of demand and
interest-bearing demand deposits and financial savings deposits are assumed to be "core"
deposits, or deposits that may usually stay with us no matter market
rates of interest. We estimate the repricing traits of those deposits
based mostly on historic efficiency, previous expertise, judgmental predictions and
different deposit habits assumptions. Nevertheless, we could select to not reprice
liabilities proportionally to modifications in market rates of interest for aggressive
or different causes. Moreover, though non-interest-bearing demand accounts
should not paid curiosity, we estimate sure of the balances will reprice as a
results of the contractual charges which are paid to the affinity teams that are
based mostly upon a charge index, and due to this fact are included in curiosity expense. Now we have
adjusted the demand and curiosity checking balances within the desk downward, to
higher mirror the influence of their partial adjustment to modifications in charges. Loans
and safety balances, which modify extra totally to market charge modifications, are based mostly
upon precise balances. The overwhelming majority of loans at their rate of interest flooring
are included in industrial loans, at honest worth and totaled roughly
$1.57 billion at December 31, 2020. The desk doesn't assume any prepayment of
fixed-rate loans and mortgage-backed securities are scheduled based mostly on their
anticipated money circulation, together with prepayments based mostly on historic information and
present market tendencies. The desk doesn't essentially point out the influence of
basic rate of interest actions on our internet curiosity revenue as a result of the repricing
and associated habits of sure classes of property and liabilities is past
our management as, for instance, prepayments of loans and withdrawal of deposits. As
a consequence, sure property and liabilities indicated as repricing inside a said
interval could in truth reprice at completely different occasions and at completely different charge ranges.

                        1-90          91-364          1-3            3-5           Over 5
                        Days           Days          Years          Years          Years
                                             ({dollars} in 1000's)
Curiosity incomes
property:
Industrial loans,
at honest worth       $ 1,665,292$    16,897$    32,078$    12,504$    84,040
Loans internet of
deferred mortgage
prices                 1,990,276         74,796        269,317        249,462         68,472
Funding
securities              569,982         85,216        189,766        221,173        140,027
Curiosity incomes
deposits                339,531               -              -              -              -

Complete interest-bearing property 4,565,081 176,909 491,161 483,139 292,539

Curiosity-bearing
liabilities:
Demand and
curiosity checking     3,389,203         72,037         72,037               -              -
Financial savings and cash
market                   64,262        128,526         64,262               -              -
Securities bought
underneath agreements
to repurchase                42               -              -              -              -
Senior debt and
subordinated
debentures               13,401               -              -        98,314               -
Complete
interest-bearing
liabilities           3,466,908        200,563        136,299         98,314               -
Hole                 $ 1,098,173$   (23,654)$   354,862$   384,825$   292,539
Cumulative hole      $ 1,098,173$ 1,074,519$ 1,429,381$ 1,814,206$ 2,106,745
Hole to property
ratio                        17%              *             6%             6%             5%
Cumulative hole to
property ratio                 17%            17%            23%            29%            34%


The strategy used to investigate rate of interest sensitivity on this desk has a quantity
of limitations. Sure property and liabilities could react otherwise to modifications
in rates of interest despite the fact that they reprice or mature in the identical or related time
durations. The rates of interest on sure property and liabilities could change at
completely different occasions than modifications in market rates of interest, with some altering in
advance of modifications in market charges and a few lagging behind modifications in market
charges. Moreover, the precise prepayments and withdrawals we expertise when
rates of interest change could deviate considerably from these assumed in
calculating the info proven within the desk.

Due to the constraints within the hole evaluation mentioned above, we imagine that
curiosity sensitivity modeling could extra precisely mirror the results of our
publicity to modifications in rates of interest, however its personal limitations. Internet
curiosity revenue simulation considers the relative sensitivities of the
consolidated stability sheet together with the results of rate of interest caps on
adjustable charge mortgages and the comparatively secure facets of core deposits. As
such, internet curiosity revenue simulation is designed to deal with the

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likelihood of rate of interest modifications and the behavioral response of the
consolidated stability sheet to these modifications. Market Worth of Portfolio Fairness
("MVPE") represents the modeled honest worth of the online current portfolio worth of
property, liabilities and off-balance sheet gadgets.

We imagine that the assumptions utilized in evaluating our estimated internet
curiosity revenue are cheap; nevertheless, the rate of interest sensitivity of our
property, liabilities and off-balance sheet monetary devices in addition to the
estimated impact of modifications in rates of interest on estimated internet curiosity revenue
may range considerably if completely different assumptions are used or precise expertise
differs from presumed habits of assorted deposit and mortgage classes. The
following desk reveals the results of rate of interest shocks on our MVPE and internet
curiosity revenue. Price shocks assume that present rates of interest change
instantly and maintain parallel shifts. For rate of interest will increase or
decreases of 100 and 200 foundation factors, our coverage features a guideline that our
MVPE ratio mustn't lower greater than 10% and 15%, respectively, and that internet
curiosity revenue mustn't lower greater than 10% and 15%, respectively. As
illustrated within the following desk, we complied with our asset/legal responsibility coverage
pointers at December 31, 2020, aside from the lower of 200 foundation
factors within the internet curiosity revenue situation, which is mentioned within the word
beneath*. Whereas our modeling suggests a rise in market charges of 200 foundation
factors may have a optimistic influence on margin (as proven within the desk beneath), the
precise quantity of such enhance can't be decided, and there may be no
assurance any enhance might be realized.

                        Internet portfolio worth at           Internet curiosity revenue
                           December 31, 2020              December 31, 2020
                                         Proportion                 Proportion
Price situation          Quantity              change        Quantity       change
                                       ({dollars} in 1000's)

+200 foundation factors  $     765,072               5.59%  $   201,793         1.97%
+100 foundation factors        745,034               2.83%      194,758       (1.58)%
Flat charge                724,549                  -%      197,894            -%
-100 foundation factors        653,810             (9.76)%      181,262       (8.40)%
-200 foundation factors        685,033             (5.45)%      161,214      (18.54)%


*The goal Fed Funds charge at December 31, 2020 was .25% whereas the ten 12 months
treasury yield was beneath 1%.; thus, eventualities calculating Current Worth of
Fairness and Internet Curiosity Revenue at 100 and 200 foundation level charge declines should
assume detrimental rates of interest. The potential influence of detrimental charges is
tough or not possible to estimate and the modifications proven ought to be seen
accordingly. Whereas the change within the minus 200 situation exceeds the rule,
we imagine that our bias towards sustaining asset sensitivity is prudent within the
long run.

If we should always expertise a mismatch in our desired hole ranges or an extreme
decline in our MVPE subsequent to a direct and sustained change in curiosity
charge, now we have a lot of choices obtainable to treatment such a mismatch. We may
restructure our funding portfolio via the sale or buy of securities
with extra favorable repricing attributes. We may additionally emphasize mortgage merchandise
with acceptable maturities or repricing attributes, or we may emphasize
deposits or acquire borrowings with desired maturities.

Traditionally, now we have used variable charge loans because the principal technique of
limiting rate of interest danger. The Financial institution's SBLOC, IBLOC and SBA loans are primarily
variable charge as are the overwhelming majority of economic loans held at honest worth.
Moreover, roughly $1.57 billion of economic loans held at honest worth
have been at their approximate weighted common charge flooring of 4.8% at December 31,
2020. As a result of these mortgage charges reached their flooring, their earlier profit in
greater charge environments at December 31, 2019, is now usually mirrored within the
flat charge modeling, and in internet curiosity revenue truly being realized. Mannequin
projections for down charge eventualities point out better reductions in internet curiosity
revenue in comparison with the prior year-end. Nevertheless, these down charge projections
would require detrimental rate of interest assumptions which we imagine are
considerably much less dependable than greater charge assumptions. We proceed to
consider market circumstances and should change our present rate of interest technique in
response to modifications in these circumstances.

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Monetary situation

Normal. Our complete property at December 31, 2020 have been $6.28 billion, of which our
complete loans and industrial loans held at honest worth from persevering with operations
have been $4.46 billion and funding securities available-for-sale have been
$1.21 billion. At December 31, 2019, our complete property have been $5.66 billion, of
which our complete loans and industrial loans held at honest worth from persevering with
operations have been $3.00 billion and funding securities available-for-sale have been
$1.32 billion. The rise in complete property at December 31, 2020 mirrored our
resolution to carry industrial loans held at honest worth which have been beforehand
originated for securitization on the stability sheet and mortgage development in all main
mortgage classes.

Curiosity Incomes Deposits and Federal Funds Bought. At December 31, 2020, we had a
complete of $339.5 million of curiosity incomes deposits, comprised primarily of
balances on the Federal Reserve, which pays curiosity on such balances. At
December 31, 2019, we had $924.5 million of such balances. The lower
mirrored the usage of extra money balances on the Federal Reserve primarily to
fund mortgage originations.

Funding Portfolio. For detailed data on the composition and maturity
distribution of our funding portfolio, see Notice D to the Consolidated
Monetary Statements. Complete funding securities available-for-sale decreased
to $1.21 billion on December 31, 2020, a lower of $114.5 million, or 8.7%,
from a 12 months earlier. The lower mirrored funding safety prepayments
ensuing from Federal Reserve charge reductions in first quarter 2020.

The Monetary Accounting Requirements Board Accounting Requirements Codification
("ASC") 320, Investments-Debt and Fairness Securities, requires that debt and
fairness securities labeled as available-for-sale be reported at honest worth,
with unrealized positive aspects and losses unrelated to credit score losses excluded from
earnings and reported in different complete revenue. Marking an
available-for-sale portfolio to market (honest worth) leads to fluctuations in
the extent of shareholders' fairness and equity-related monetary ratios as market
rates of interest and market demand for such securities trigger the honest worth of
fixed-rate securities to fluctuate. Debt securities for which we had the
optimistic intent and skill to carry to maturity have been labeled as
held-to-maturity and carried at amortized value as of December 31, 2019. In March
2020, we transferred the 4 securities comprising our held-to-maturity
securities portfolio to available-for-sale. The rates of interest for these
securities make the most of LIBOR as a benchmark and the switch was made pursuant to a
provision of Accounting Requirements Replace ("ASU" or "Replace") 2020-04, which
sought to maximise administration and accounting flexibility on account of the
future phase-out of LIBOR.

The 4 securities transferred to available-for-sale and their values as of
December 31, 2020 have been as follows: a belief most popular unrated safety issued by
an insurance coverage firm with a ebook worth of $10.0 million and a good worth of
$6.8 million; and three securities supported by diversified portfolios of
company securities with a ebook worth of $75.0 million and a good worth of
$75.1 million.

Underneath the accounting steerage associated to present anticipated credit score loss ("CECL"),
modifications in honest worth of securities unrelated to credit score losses, proceed to be
acknowledged via fairness. Nevertheless, credit-related losses are acknowledged via
an allowance, fairly than via a discount within the amortized value of the
safety. The steerage for the brand new CECL allowance features a provision for the
reversal of credit score losses in future durations based mostly on enhancements in credit score,
which was not included in earlier steerage. Typically, a safety's
credit-related loss is the distinction between its amortized value foundation and the
finest estimate of its anticipated future money flows discounted on the safety's
efficient yield. That distinction is acknowledged via the revenue assertion, as
with prior steerage, however is renamed a provision for credit score loss. For the years
ended December 31, 2020 and 2019, we acknowledged no credit-related losses on our
portfolio.

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The next desk presents the ebook worth and the approximate honest worth for
every main class of our funding securities portfolio. At December 31, 2020
and 2019, our investments have been categorized as both available-for-sale or
held-to-maturity (in 1000's).

                                                      Out there-for-sale
                                                       December 31, 2020
                                                 Amortized             Honest
                                                    value              worth
U.S. Authorities company securities             $        44,960    $

47,197

Asset-backed securities                               238,678

238,361

Tax-exempt obligations of states and
political subdivisions                                  4,042

4,290

Taxable obligations of states and political
subdivisions                                           47,884

52,064

Residential mortgage-backed securities                256,914

266,583

Collateralized mortgage obligation securities         145,260

148,530

Industrial mortgage-backed securities                 359,125            367,280
Company debt securities                              85,043             81,859
                                              $     1,181,906$     1,206,164


                                    Out there-for-sale             Held-to-maturity
                                     December 31, 2019            December 31, 2019
                                 Amortized         Honest        Amortized        Honest
                                    value          worth           value          worth
U.S. Authorities company
securities                      $    52,415$    52,910    $          -   $         -
Asset-backed securities             244,751        244,349               -             -
Tax-exempt obligations of
states and political
subdivisions                          5,174          5,318               -             -
Taxable obligations of states
and political subdivisions           58,258         60,250               -             -
Residential mortgage-backed
securities                          335,068        336,596               -             -
Collateralized mortgage
obligation securities               221,109        222,727               -             -
Industrial mortgage-backed
securities                          394,852        398,542               -             -
Company debt securities                  -              -        84,387        83,002
                                $ 1,311,627$ 1,320,692$    84,387$   83,002


Investments in FHLB and Atlantic Central Bankers Financial institution inventory are recorded at value
and amounted to $1.4 million at December 31, 2020 and $5.3 million at
December 31, 2019. Each the FHLB and Atlantic Central Bankers Financial institution require its
correspondent banking establishments to carry inventory as a situation of membership.
The change in stability resulted from variations in FHLB inventory, the quantity of
which is set by periodic in a single day borrowings, because the $40,000 stability of
ACBB inventory stayed fixed.

In 2020 we started pledging loans in opposition to our line of credit score on the FHLB and had
no securities pledged as of December 31, 2020. At December 31 2019, funding
securities with a good worth of roughly $262.0 million have been pledged
in opposition to that line.

As of December 31, 2020 the principal stability of the safety we owned issued by
CRE-1 was $7.3 million. Compensation is predicted from the exercise or disposition of
industrial actual property collateral, all proceeds of which is able to first repay our
$7.3 million stability. The collateral consists of a lodge in a high-density
populated space in a northeastern main metropolitan space. The lodge was valued
at over $35 million, based mostly upon a 2020 post-Covid appraisal. As of December 31,
2020 the principal stability of the safety we owned issued by CRE-2 was
$12.6 million. Compensation is predicted from the exercise or disposition of
industrial actual property collateral, after reimbursement of extra senior tranches. Our
$12.6 million safety has 27% extra credit score assist; thus, losses of 27% of
remaining safety balances must be incurred, previous to any loss on our
safety. Moreover, the industrial actual property collateral was appraised in
2017, with sure of these value determinations up to date in 2020 on the course of the
particular servicer, for an appraised worth of roughly $137 million. The
remaining principal to be repaid on all securities is roughly
$114.2 million. The surplus of the appraised quantity over the remaining principal
to be repaid on all securities additional reduces credit score danger, along with the
27% credit score assist inside the securitization construction. Nevertheless, reappraisals
for remaining properties may lead to additional decreases in collateral
valuation. Whereas obtainable data signifies that collateral valuation will
be enough to repay our safety, there may be no assurance that such
valuations might be realized upon mortgage resolutions, and that deficiencies will
not exceed the 27% credit score assist.

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The next tables present the contractual maturity distribution and the weighted
common yields of our funding securities portfolio as of December 31, 2020
(in 1000's):

                                                 After                  After
                            Zero                 one to                5 to                  Over
                           to at least one    Common      5      Common      ten       Common      ten       Common
Out there-for-sale          12 months      yield      years       yield      years       yield      years       yield       Complete
U.S. Authorities company
securities                $    68      2.89%   $   7,383      2.23%   $

22,661 2.83% $ 17,085 2.24% $ 47,197
Asset backed securities *

                                -        -%       7,233      1.50%     123,697      1.59%     107,431      2.19%       238,361
Tax-exempt obligations
of states and political
subdivisions **               488      2.55%       2,570      2.99%       1,232      2.30%            -        -%         4,290
Taxable obligations of
states and political
subdivisions                1,612      2.61%      31,849      3.24%      18,603      3.51%            -        -%        52,064
Residential
mortgage-backed
securities                       -        -%      41,242      2.39%

41,340 2.69% 184,001 1.81% 266,583 Secured mortgage bonds

            -        -%          83      0.31%      11,128      1.69%     137,319      2.05%       148,530
Industrial
mortgage-backed
securities                       -        -%      77,528      2.64%      30,420      1.06%     259,332      3.32%       367,280
Company debt
securities                       -        -%            -        -%            -        -%      81,859      3.51%        81,859
Complete                     $ 2,168$ 167,888$ 249,081$ 787,027$ 1,206,164
Weighted common yield                 2.61%                  2.63%                  1.97%                  2.59%


* The common yields of asset-backed securities, that are damaged down by quantity in Notice D to the monetary statements, are as follows: assured mortgage bond securities 2.04%, federally insured pupil mortgage securities 1, 02%.

** If adjusted to their taxable equivalents, yields would approximate 3.23%,
3.78% and a couple of.92% for zero to at least one 12 months, one to 5 years and 5 to 10 years,
respectively, at a Federal tax charge of 21%.

Industrial Loans, at Honest Worth. Industrial loans held at honest worth are
comprised of economic actual property loans and SBA loans originated on the market or
securitization within the secondary market, which at the moment are being held on the stability
sheet with no deliberate future gross sales or securitizations.The honest worth of
industrial actual property loans and SBA loans displays discounted money circulation based mostly
on quoted costs for a similar or related loans or different market data. The
evaluation is carried out on a person mortgage foundation for industrial mortgage loans
and a pooled foundation for SBA loans. Industrial loans held at honest worth elevated
to $1.81 billion at December 31, 2020 from $1.18 billion at December 31, 2019.
The rise resulted from the choice to carry these loans on the stability sheet
as an alternative of promoting or securitizing them.

Mortgage Portfolio. Now we have developed an in depth credit score coverage for our lending
actions and make the most of mortgage committees to supervise the lending operate. SBLOC,
IBLOC and different client loans, small enterprise loans ("SBL") and leases every
have their very own mortgage committee. The Chief Government Officer and Chief Credit score
Officer serve on all mortgage committees. Every committee additionally consists of lenders from
that exact sort of specialty lending. The Chief Credit score Officer is
liable for each regulatory compliance and adherence to our inner credit score
coverage. Key committee members have prolonged expertise and sure of them have
had related positions at considerably bigger establishments.

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We originate considerably all of our portfolio loans, though from time to
time we buy lease swimming pools. If a proposed mortgage ought to exceed our lending
restrict, we'd promote a participation within the mortgage to a different monetary
establishment. The next desk summarizes our mortgage portfolio, excluding loans
at honest worth, by mortgage class for the durations indicated (in 1000's):

                   December 31,    December 31,    December 31,    December 31,    December 31,
                       2020            2019            2018            2017            2016

SBL non-real
property             $    255,318$     84,579$     76,340$     70,379$     73,488
SBL industrial
mortgage                300,817         218,110         165,406         142,086         126,159
SBL building         20,273          45,310          21,636          16,740           8,826
Small enterprise
loans *                 576,408         347,999         263,382         229,205         208,473
Direct lease
financing               462,182         434,460         394,770         375,890         343,941
SBLOC / IBLOC **      1,550,086       1,024,420         785,303         730,462         630,400
Advisor financing
***                      48,282                -               -               -               -
Different specialty
lending                   2,179           3,055          31,836          30,720          11,073
Different client
loans****                 4,247           4,554          16,302          14,133          17,374
                      2,643,384       1,814,488       1,491,593       1,380,410       1,211,261
Unamortized mortgage
charges and prices            8,939           9,757          10,383          10,048           9,468
Complete loans, internet
of unamortized
mortgage charges and
prices              $  2,652,323$  1,824,245$  1,501,976$  1,390,458$  1,220,729

The next desk presents SBL loans and SBL loans held at honest worth for the durations indicated (in 1000’s):

                    December 31,     December 31,     December 31,     December 31,     December 31,
                        2020             2019             2018             2017             2016

SBL loans, internet of
(deferred charges)
and prices of
$1,536 and $4,215
?for December 31,
2020 and
December 31, 2019,
respectively       $     577,944$     352,214$     270,860$     236,724$     215,786
SBL loans included
in industrial
loans, at honest
worth                    243,562          220,358          199,977          165,177          154,016
Complete small
enterprise loans     $     821,506$     572,572$     470,837$     401,901$     369,802


* The previous desk reveals small enterprise loans and small enterprise loans held
at honest worth. The small enterprise loans held at honest worth are comprised of the
authorities assured portion of sure SBA loans on the dates indicated (in
1000's). A discount in SBL non-real property from $293.5 million to
$255.3 million within the fourth quarter of 2020 resulted from the graduation of

we PPP mortgage money repayments which totaled $ 42.1 million within the fourth quarter of 2020. At December 31, 2020 Complete PPP loans $ 167.7 million.

** Securities Backed Strains of Credit score, or SBLOC, are collateralized by marketable
securities, whereas Insurance coverage Backed Strains of Credit score, or IBLOC, are collateralized
by the money give up worth of insurance coverage insurance policies. At December 31, 2020 and
December 31, 2019, respectively, IBLOC loans amounted to $437.2 million and
$144.6 million.

*** In 2020, we started originating loans to funding advisors for functions of
debt refinance, acquisition of one other agency or inner succession. Most mortgage
quantities are topic to loan-to-value ratios of 70%, based mostly on third get together
enterprise value determinations, however could also be elevated relying upon the debt service
protection ratio. Private ensures and blanket enterprise liens are obtained as
acceptable.

**** Included within the desk above underneath different client loans are demand deposit
overdrafts reclassified as mortgage balances totaling $663,000 and $882,000 at
December 31, 2020 and December 31, 2019, respectively. Estimated overdraft
charge-offs and recoveries are mirrored within the allowance for credit score losses and
have been immaterial.

The next desk summarizes our portfolio of small enterprise loans, together with loans held at honest worth, by mortgage class at December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

                                                               Mortgage

foremost

we Authorities assured portion of SBA loans 7a (a) $ 337,851
Paycheque Safety Program (PPP) Loans (a)

167,749
Industrial mortgage SBA (b)                                           175,925
Development SBA (c)                                                   13,610

Unsecured a part of we authorities assured loans (d) 101,500 non-SBA small enterprise loans (e)

17,896
Complete principal                                                       814,531
Unamortized charges and prices                                              6,975
Complete small enterprise loans                                    $       821,506


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(a) That is the portion of SBA 7a (7a) and PPP loans which have been assured by the we authorities, and is due to this fact assumed to current no credit score danger.

(b) Virtually all of those loans are made underneath the SBA 504 (504) mounted asset finance program which dictates inception date loan-to-value (“LTV”) percentages, sometimes 50 to 60% , to which the financial institution adheres.

(c) Of the $ 14 million in SBA Development loans, $ 11 million are 504 first mortgages with an LTV at inception of fifty to 60% and $ 3 million are SBA Interim Loans with full withdrawal / reimbursement after building accredited by SBA.

(d)The $102 million represents the unguaranteed portion of 7a loans that are
70% or extra assured by the U.S. authorities. 7a loans should not made on the
foundation of actual property LTV; nevertheless, they're topic to SBA's "All Out there
Collateral" rule which mandates that to the extent a borrower or its 20% or
better principals have obtainable collateral (together with private residences),
the collateral have to be pledged to completely collateralize the mortgage, after making use of
SBA-determined liquidation charges. As well as, all 7a and 504 loans require the
private warranty of all 20% or better house owners.

(e)The $18 million of non-SBA loans are primarily comprised of roughly 20
typical espresso/doughnut/carryout franchisee word purchases. The vast majority of
bought notes have been made to multi-unit operators and are thought-about seasoned
and have carried out as agreed. A $2 million warranty by the vendor, for an 11%
first loss piece, is in place till August 2021.

The next desk summarizes our portfolio of small enterprise loans, excluding the federal government assured portion of SBA 7a and PPP loans, by mortgage sort in
December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

                        SBL
                    industrial                           SBL non-real
                     mortgage*      SBL building*       property          Complete         % Complete
Lodges             $     66,332    $            3,031    $         22    $   69,385              22%
Full-service
eating places              12,483                 1,146           2,840        16,469               5%
Baked items
shops                    4,383                      -         11,822        16,205               5%
Youngster day care
companies                 13,791                   646             999        15,436               5%
Automobile washes               10,237                   695             169        11,101               5%
Workplaces of
legal professionals                   9,566                      -               -        9,566               3%
Assisted residing
services for
the aged               1,079                 8,121                -        9,200               3%
Restricted-service
eating places               3,815                   566           3,847         8,228               3%
Funeral properties
and funeral
companies                  7,714                   148                -        7,862               3%
Health and
leisure
sports activities facilities            4,981                   553           1,878         7,412               2%
Normal
warehousing and
storage                   7,371                      -               -        7,371               2%
All different
amusement and
recreation
industries                5,017                      -          1,178         6,195               2%
Outpatient
psychological well being
and substance
abuse facilities             5,000                      -               -        5,000               2%
Gasoline
stations with
comfort
shops                    4,438                      -               -        4,438               1%
Caterers                  3,359                      -            147         3,506               1%
Workplaces of
dentists                  3,343                      -             57         3,400               1%
Different
warehousing and
storage                   3,285                      -               -        3,285               1%
New automobile sellers           3,275                      -               -        3,275               1%
Consuming locations
(alcoholic
drinks)                2,187                      -            676         2,863               1%
Different**                  66,015                   263          32,457        98,735              32%
                   $    237,671    $           15,169    $     56,092$  308,932             100%


* Of the SBL industrial mortgage and SBL building loans, $63.3 million
represents the overall of the non-guaranteed portion of SBA 7a loans and non-SBA
loans. The stability of these classes represents SBA 504 loans with 50%-60%
origination date loan-to-values.

** Varieties of loans lower than $ 2 million are unfold over 100 completely different classifications equivalent to industrial printing, pet provide shops, inventory brokerage, and so on.

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The next desk summarizes our small enterprise mortgage portfolio, excluding the federal government assured portion of SBA 7a and PPP loans, by authorities in
December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

                         SBL
                     industrial                           SBL non-real
                      mortgage*      SBL building*       property          Complete        % Complete
Florida             $     44,592    $            8,121    $      7,797$   60,510    $        20%
California                36,665                 1,146           4,582        42,393             14%
Pennsylvania              29,521                      -          3,553        33,074             11%
Illinois                  25,269                   646           3,076        28,991              9%
North Carolina            21,660                   830           2,960        25,450              8%
New York                   9,846                 3,031           5,293        18,170              6%
Texas                     11,921                      -          5,309        17,230              6%
Tennessee                 10,585                      -            835        11,420              4%
New Jersey                 4,327                      -          7,016        11,343              4%
Virginia                   9,322                      -          1,788        11,110              4%
Georgia                    4,905                      -          2,138         7,043              2%
Colorado                   2,815                 1,247           1,590         5,652              2%
Michigan                   3,177                      -          1,382         4,559              1%
Ohio                       3,023                      -            556         3,579              1%
Washington                 3,225                      -            207         3,432              1%
Different States              16,818                   148           8,010        24,976              7%
                    $    237,671    $           15,169    $     56,092$  308,932    $       100%


* Of the SBL industrial mortgage and SBL building loans, $63.3 million
represents the overall of the non-guaranteed portion of SBA 7a loans and non-SBA
loans. The stability of these classes represents SBA 504 loans with 50%-60%
origination date loan-to-values.

The next desk summarizes the ten largest loans in our small enterprise mortgage
portfolio, together with loans held at honest worth, as of December 31, 2020 (in
1000's):

                                                         SBL
                                                     industrial
Kind*                                  State          mortgage*      SBL building*       Complete
Attorneys workplace                     California       $      8,866    $                 -   $    8,866
Lodge                              Florida                 8,729                      -        8,729
Normal warehouse and storage      Pennsylvania            7,371                      -        7,371
Lodge                              North Carolina          5,775                      -        5,775
Assisted residing facility for the
aged                            Florida                      -                5,201         5,201
Outpatient psychological well being and
substance abuse middle             Florida                 5,000                      -        5,000
Lodge                              North Carolina          4,747                      -        4,747
Health and recreation sports activities
middle                             Pennsylvania            4,510                      -        4,510
Lodge                              Pennsylvania            4,172                      -        4,172
Lodge                              Tennessee               3,785                      -        3,786
Complete                                               $     52,955    $            5,201    $   58,156

* All high 10 loans are 504 SBA loans with a loan-to-value of fifty% to 60% on inception date. The desk of high 10 loans above doesn’t embody loans to the extent that they’re we authorities assured.

Industrial actual property loans held at honest worth, excluding SBA loans, are as
follows together with LTV at origination as of December 31, 2020 ({dollars} in
1000's):

                                                                                       Weighted
                                                                 Weighted common       common

minimal creation date

                                    # Loans        Steadiness             LTV           rate of interest
Multifamily (residences)                  161    $ 1,426,996                   76%           4.77%
Hospitality (motels and lodging)           11         67,807                   65%           5.75%
Retail                                      8         51,559                   70%           4.62%
Different                                       7         25,665                   70%           5.22%
                                          187    $ 1,572,027                   76%           4.82%
Honest worth adjustment                                 (4,778)
Complete                                            $ 1,567,249


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The next desk summarizes our industrial actual property loans held at honest
worth, excluding SBA loans, by state as of December 31, 2020 (in 1000's):

                  Steadiness     Origination date LTV
Texas           $   418,537                     77%
Georgia             214,508                     77%
Arizona             122,936                     76%
North Carolina      113,706                     77%
Ohio                 55,619                     69%
Alabama              54,689                     76%
Different states        592,032                     73%
                $ 1,572,027                     76%


The next desk summarizes our 15 largest industrial actual property loans held
at honest worth, excluding SBA loans as of December 31, 2020 (in 1000's). All
of those loans are multi-family loans.

                 Steadiness    Origination date LTV
North Carolina  $  43,689                     78%
Texas              38,009                     79%
Texas              35,740                     80%
Pennsylvania       32,056                     77%
Texas              28,936                     75%
Nevada             28,400                     80%
Texas              26,876                     77%
Arizona            26,555                     79%
Mississippi        25,743                     79%
North Carolina     24,811                     77%
Texas              24,667                     77%
Texas              23,950                     77%
Georgia            22,978                     79%
California         22,957                     65%
Alabama            22,360                     77%
                $ 427,727                     77%

The next desk summarizes our institutional banking portfolio by sort at
December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

Kind                                        Principal    % of complete
Securities backed strains of credit score (SBLOC)  $ 1,112,933           70%
Insurance coverage backed strains of credit score (IBLOC)       437,153           27%
Advisor financing                               48,282            3%
Complete                                      $ 1,598,368          100%


For SBLOC, we usually lend as much as 50% of the worth of equities and 80% for
funding grade securities. Whereas equities have fallen in extra of 30% in
current durations, the discount in collateral worth of brokerage accounts
collateralizing SBLOCs usually has been much less, for 2 causes. First, many
collateral accounts are "balanced" and accordingly, have a element of debt
securities, which have both not decreased in worth as a lot as equities, or in
some circumstances could have elevated in worth. Secondly, many of those accounts have
the good thing about skilled funding advisors who supplied some safety
in opposition to market downturns, via diversification and different means. Moreover,
debtors typically make the most of solely a portion of collateral worth, which lowers the
share of principal to the market worth of collateral.

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The next desk summarizes our high 10 SBLOC loans as of December 31, 2020
(in 1000's):

                             Principal quantity   % Principal to collateral
                            $          48,850                         37%
                                       17,000                         38%
                                       14,428                         31%
                                       12,369                         25%
                                       11,528                         30%
                                       10,044                         42%
                                       10,000                         21%
                                        9,465                         28%
                                        8,400                         35%
                                        8,233                         73%
Complete and weighted common  $         150,317                         35%


IBLOC loans are backed by the money worth of life insurance coverage insurance policies which have
been assigned to us.  We lend as much as 100% of such money worth. Our underwriting
requirements require approval of the insurance coverage firms which carry the insurance policies
backing these loans. Presently, seven insurance coverage firms have been accredited
and, as of August 14, 2020 all have been rated Superior (A+ or higher) by AM BEST.

The next desk summarizes our direct lease financing * portfolio by sort at December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

                                                   Principal stability   %

Complete

Authorities companies and public establishments**     $           83,588

18%

Development                                                  76,927

17%

Waste administration and remediation companies                     64,515

14%

Actual property, rental and leasing                               52,134

11%

Retail commerce                                                  40,856

9%

Well being care and social help                             26,989

6%

Transportation and Warehousing                                23,891

5%

Skilled, scientific, and technical companies              19,783         4%
Manufacturing                                                 16,306         4%
Wholesale commerce                                               16,080         3%
Instructional companies                                           9,080         2%
Arts, leisure, and recreation                            5,611         1%
Different                                                         26,422         6%
                                                  $          462,182       100%

* Of the overall $ 462 million direct leasing, $ 421 million consisted of car rental contracts, the remaining stability being made up of kit rental contracts.

** Contains public universities and faculty districts.

The next desk summarizes our direct lease financing portfolio by state in December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

                 Principal stability    % Complete
Florida         $           94,411        20%
California                  35,605         8%
New Jersey                  33,326         7%
New York                    32,110         7%
Pennsylvania                29,568         6%
North Carolina              25,179         5%
Maryland                    23,659         5%
Utah                        23,038         5%
Washington                  16,219         4%
Connecticut                 15,296         3%
Texas                       12,940         3%
Missouri                    12,740         3%
Georgia                     10,777         2%
Alabama                      9,655         2%
Idaho                        8,877         2%
Different states                78,782        18%
                $          462,182       100%


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The next desk presents chosen mortgage classes by maturity for the
durations indicated:

                                         December 31, 2020
                          Inside     One to 5      After
                         one 12 months       years      5 years     Complete
                                           (in 1000's)
SBL non-real property      $  3,575$    194,810$   56,933$ 255,318
SBL industrial mortgage     6,743          3,871      290,203     300,817
SBL building            3,126            488       16,659      20,273
                         $ 13,444$    199,169$  363,795$ 576,408

Loans at mounted charges                $    167,749$    3,364$ 171,113
Loans at variable charges                   31,420      360,431     391,851
Complete                               $    199,169$  363,795$ 562,964


Allowance for Credit score Losses. We overview the adequacy of our allowance for credit score
losses on at the very least a quarterly foundation to find out a provision for credit score losses
to keep up our allowance at a stage we imagine is suitable to acknowledge
present anticipated credit score losses. Our chief credit score officer oversees the mortgage
overview division, which measures the adequacy of the allowance for credit score
losses independently of mortgage manufacturing officers. An outline of mortgage overview
protection is summarized in Notice E to the monetary statements which additionally offers
an outline of the methodology by which our quarterly provision for credit score
losses is set.

The next desk presents delinquencies by sort of mortgage for December 31, 2020
and 2019 (in 1000's):

                                                           December 31, 2020
                 30-59 Days     60-89 Days        90+ Days                         Complete                       Complete
                  late       late      nonetheless accruing     Non-accrual    late      Present         loans
SBL non-real
property          $     1,760$       805    $           110    $
3,159    $  5,834$   249,484$   255,318
SBL
industrial
mortgage                 87            961                   -          7,305       8,353        292,464        300,817
SBL
building               -              -                  -            711         711         19,562         20,273
Direct lease
financing             2,845            941                 78             751       4,615        457,567        462,182
SBLOC /
IBLOC                   650            247                309                -      1,206      1,548,880      1,550,086
Advisor
financing                  -              -                  -               -           -        48,282         48,282
Different
specialty
lending                    -              -                  -               -           -         2,179          2,179
Shopper -
different                      -              -                  -               -           -         1,164          1,164
Shopper -
dwelling fairness                -              -                  -            301         301          2,782          3,083
Unamortized
mortgage charges
and prices                  -              -                  -               -           -         8,939          8,939
                $     5,342$     2,954    $           497    $     12,227$ 21,020$ 2,631,303$ 2,652,323

                                                           December 31, 2019
                 30-59 Days     60-89 Days        90+ Days                         Complete                       Complete
                  late       late      nonetheless accruing     Non-accrual    late      Present         loans
SBL non-real
property          $        36$       125    $              -   $      3,693$  3,854$    80,725$    84,579
SBL
industrial
mortgage                   -         1,983                   -          1,047       3,030        215,080        218,110
SBL
building               -              -                  -            711         711         44,599         45,310
Direct lease
financing             2,008          2,692              3,264                -      7,964        426,496        434,460
SBLOC /
IBLOC                   290             75                   -               -        365      1,024,055      1,024,420
Different
specialty
lending                    -              -                  -               -           -         3,055          3,055
Shopper -
different                      -              -                  -               -           -         1,137          1,137
Shopper -
dwelling fairness                -              -                  -            345         345          3,072          3,417
Unamortized
mortgage charges
and prices                  -              -                  -               -           -         9,757          9,757
                $     2,334$     4,875    $         3,264    $      5,796$ 16,269$ 1,807,976$ 1,824,245


Though we think about our allowance for credit score losses to be enough based mostly on
data at the moment obtainable, future additions to the allowance could also be
vital resulting from modifications in financial circumstances, our ongoing loss expertise and
that of our friends, modifications in administration's assumptions as to future
delinquencies, recoveries and losses, deterioration of particular credit and
administration's intent with regard to the disposition of loans and leases.

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The next desk presents an allocation of the allowance for credit score losses
among the many varieties of loans or leases in our portfolio at December 31, 2020, 2019,
2018, 2017 and 2016 (in 1000's):

                              December 31, 2020            December 31, 2019            December 31, 2018

                                           % Mortgage                       % Mortgage                       % Mortgage
                                          sort to                      sort to                      sort to
                           Allowance    complete loans     Allowance    complete loans     Allowance    complete loans
SBL non-real property       $    5,060           9.66%   $    4,985           4.66%   $    4,636           5.11%
SBL industrial mortgage        3,315          11.38%        1,472          12.02%          941          11.07%
SBL building                 328           0.77%          432           2.50%          250           1.45%
Direct lease financing         6,043          17.48%        2,426          23.94%        2,025          26.60%
SBLOC / IBLOC                    775          58.64%          553          56.46%          393          52.55%
Advisor financing                362           1.83%             -             -%             -             -%
Different specialty lending          150           0.08%           12           0.17%           60           2.13%
Shopper loans                    49           0.16%           40           0.25%          108           1.09%
Unallocated                         -              -          318               -          240               -
                          $   16,082         100.00%   $   10,238         100.00%   $    8,653         100.00%

                              December 31, 2017            December 31, 2016

                                           % Mortgage                       % Mortgage
                                          sort to                      sort to
                           Allowance    complete loans     Allowance    complete loans
SBL non-real property       $    3,145           5.15%   $    1,976           6.14%
SBL industrial mortgage        1,120          10.27%          737          10.38%
SBL building                 136           1.21%           76           0.73%
Direct lease financing         1,495          27.33%        1,994          28.53%
SBLOC                            365          52.80%          315          51.88%
Different specialty lending           57           2.22%           32           0.91%
Shopper loans                   581           1.02%          975           1.43%
Unallocated                      197               -          227               -
                          $    7,096         100.00%   $    6,332         100.00%


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Abstract of Mortgage Loss and Rental Expertise. The next tables summarize our credit score loss expertise for every of the durations proven (in 1000’s):

                                                                                           December 31, 2020
                                          SBL                                                                               Different         Different
                       SBL non-real    industrial                        Direct lease                       Advisor       specialty      client
                          property        mortgage     SBL building     financing      SBLOC / IBLOC     financing       lending        loans       Unallocated       Complete
Starting stability
12/31/2019             $     4,985$     1,472    $            432    $

$ 2,426 $ 553 – $ 12 40 $ $

       318    $    10,238
1/1 CECL adjustment           (220)           537                 139          2,362               (41)             -            158           20            (318)         2,637
Cost-offs                 (1,350)              -                   -        (2,243)                 -             -               -            -               -        (3,593)
Recoveries                     103               -                   -           570                  -             -               -            -               -           673
Provision (credit score)           1,542          1,306                (243)         2,928               263           362             (20)         (11)               -         6,127
Ending stability         $     5,060$     3,315    $            328    $     6,043    $          775    $      362$        150$      49    $           -   $    16,082

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
anticipated credit score loss   $     2,129$     1,010    $             34    $         4    $             -   $         -   $           -   $        -   $           -   $     3,177

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
anticipated credit score loss   $     2,931$     2,305    $            294    $

$ 6,039,775 $ 362$ 150$ 49 $

– $ 12,905

Loans:

Closing stability * $ 255,318$ 300,817 $ 20,273

  462,182    $    1,550,086$   48,282$      2,179$   4,247$      8,939$ 2,652,323

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
anticipated credit score loss   $     3,431$     7,305    $            711    $       751    $             -   $         -   $           -   $     557    $           -   $    12,755

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
anticipated credit score loss   $   251,887$   293,512    $         19,562    $   461,431$    1,550,086$   48,282$      2,179$   3,690$      8,939$ 2,639,568


                                                                                 December 31, 2019
                        SBL           SBL                                                                 Different          Different
                     non-real      industrial                        Direct lease                       specialty      client
                      property        mortgage     SBL building     financing      SBLOC / IBLOC       lending         loans       Unallocated       Complete
Starting stability
1/1/2019            $    4,636$       941    $            250    $     2,025    $          393    $         60    $      108$        240$     8,653
Cost-offs             (1,362)              -                   -          (528)                 -               -       (1,103)               -        (2,993)
Recoveries                 125               -                   -            51                  -               -            2                -           178
Provision
(credit score)                 1,586            531                 182            878               160             (48)        1,033              78          4,400
Ending stability      $    4,985$     1,472    $            432    $     2,426    $          553    $         12    $       40$        318$    10,238

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment          $    2,961$       136    $             36    $          -   $             -   $           -   $        9    $           -   $     3,142

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment          $    2,024$     1,336    $            396    $     2,426    $          553    $         12    $       31$        318$     7,096

Loans:
Ending stability*     $   84,579$   218,110    $         45,310    $   434,460$    1,024,420$      3,055$    4,554$      9,757$ 1,824,245

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment          $    4,139$     1,047    $            711    $       286    $             -   $           -   $      610    $           -   $     6,793

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment          $   80,440$   217,063    $         44,599    $
434,174    $    1,024,420$      3,055$    3,944$      9,757$ 1,817,452


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                       SBL           SBL                                                                Different         Different
                    non-real      industrial                        Direct lease                      specialty     client
                     property        mortgage     SBL building     financing      SBLOC / IBLOC      lending        loans       Unallocated       Complete
Starting
stability 1/1/2018   $    3,145$     1,120    $            136    $     1,495    $          365    $       57$      581$        197$     7,096
Cost-offs            (1,348)          (157)                   -          (637)                 -             -          (21)               -        (2,163)
Recoveries                 57             13                    -            64                  -             -            1                -           135
Provision
(credit score)                2,782            (35)                114          1,103                28             3          (453)             43          3,585
Ending stability     $    4,636$       941    $            250    $     2,025    $          393    $       60$      108$        240$     8,653

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment         $    2,806$        71    $               -   $       145    $             -   $         -   $       17    $           -   $     3,039

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment         $    1,830$       870    $            250    $     1,880    $          393    $       60$       91$        240$     5,614

Loans:
Ending stability*    $   76,340$   165,406    $         21,636    $   394,770$      785,303$   31,836$   16,302$     10,383$ 1,501,976

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment         $    3,716$       458    $               -   $       871    $             -   $         -   $    1,741    $           -   $     6,786

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment         $   72,624$   164,948    $         21,636    $   393,899$      785,303$   31,836$   14,561$     10,383$ 1,495,190


                                                                               December 31, 2017
                       SBL           SBL                                                                Different         Different
                    non-real      industrial                        Direct lease                      specialty     client
                     property        mortgage     SBL building     financing      SBLOC / IBLOC      lending        loans       Unallocated       Complete
Starting
stability 1/1/2017   $    1,976$       737    $             76    $     1,994    $          315    $       32$      975$        227$     6,332
Cost-offs            (1,171)              -                   -          (927)                 -             -         (109)               -        (2,207)
Recoveries                 19               -                   -             8                  -             -           24                -            51
Provision
(credit score)                2,321            383                  60            420                50            25          (309)            (30)         2,920
Ending stability     $    3,145$     1,120    $            136    $     1,495    $          365    $       57$      581$        197$     7,096

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment         $    1,689$       225    $               -   $          -   $             -   $         -   $         -   $           -   $     1,914

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment         $    1,456$       895    $            136    $     1,495    $          365    $       57$      581$        197$     5,182

Loans:
Ending stability*    $   70,379$   142,086    $         16,740    $   375,890$      730,462$   30,720$   14,133$     10,048$ 1,390,458

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment         $    2,858$       693    $               -   $       229    $             -   $         -   $    1,695    $           -   $     5,475

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment         $   67,521$   141,393    $         16,740    $   375,661$      730,462$   30,720$   12,438$     10,048$ 1,384,983


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                                                                                December 31, 2016
                       SBL           SBL                                                                 Different         Different
                    non-real      industrial                         Direct lease                      specialty     client
                     property        mortgage      SBL building     financing      SBLOC / IBLOC      lending        loans       Unallocated       Complete
Starting
stability 1/1/2016   $      844$       408    $              48    $     1,022    $          762    $      199$      936$        181$     4,400
Cost-offs              (128)              -                    -          (119)                 -             -       (1,211)               -        (1,458)
Recoveries                  1               -                    -            17                  -             -           12                -            30
Provision
(credit score)                1,259            329                   28          1,074              (447)         (167)        1,238              46          3,360
Ending stability     $    1,976$       737    $              76    $     1,994    $          315    $       32$      975$        227$     6,332

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment         $      938    $          -   $                -   $       216    $             -   $         -   $         -   $           -   $     1,154

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment         $    1,038$       737    $              76    $     1,778    $          315    $       32$      975$        227$     5,178

Loans:
Ending stability*    $   73,488$   126,159    $           8,826    $   343,941$      630,400$   11,073$   17,374$      9,468$ 1,220,729

Ending stability:
Individually
evaluated for
impairment         $    2,374    $          -   $                -   $       734    $             -   $         -   $    1,730    $           -   $     4,838

Ending stability:
Collectively
evaluated for
impairment         $   71,114$   126,159    $           8,826    $   343,207$      630,400$   11,073$   15,644$      9,468$ 1,215,891

* The closing mortgage stability within the unallocated column represents deferred prices and charges.

The next desk summarizes choose asset high quality ratios for every of the
durations indicated:

                                                                    As of or
                                                              for the years ended
                                                                  December 31,
                                                              2020            2019

Allowance for credit score losses to complete loans ratio 0.61%

0.56%

Allowance for unhealthy debt loss ratio (1)

                                                     126.39%

113.00%

Ratio of non-performing property to complete property (1)              0.20%

0.16%

Ratio of internet charge-offs to common loans                       0.07%

0.12%

(1) Non-performing loans are outlined as non-performing loans and loans 90 days late and curiosity nonetheless accruing and are each included in our ratios.

The ratio of the allowance for credit score losses to complete loans elevated to 0.61%
at December 31, 2020 in comparison with 0.56% at December 31, 2019. The upper ratio in
2020 mirrored a rise within the allowance which was comparatively greater than the
enhance in mortgage balances. The most important parts of the rise within the
allowance to $16.1 million at 12 months finish 2020 from $10.2 million at year- finish 2019
was in direct lease financing and the non-guaranteed portion of SBA loans. SBA
loans comprise the overwhelming majority of small enterprise (SBL) loans. The allowance on
direct lease financing and SBL industrial mortgage loans elevated $3.6 million
and $1.8 million, respectively, between these dates. The rise within the direct
lease financing allowance mirrored elevated internet charge-offs in 2020. The
enhance within the SBL industrial mortgage allowance mirrored further allowance
allocations on particular loans individually evaluated for an allowance for credit score
losses. For the 12 months 2020, the biggest section of the mortgage portfolio continued
to be SBLOC and IBLOC which have traditionally skilled low ranges of credit score
losses on account of the collateral in opposition to these loans. SBLOC are
collateralized by marketable securities and IBLOC are collateralized by the money
worth of life insurance coverage (see Merchandise 1. "Enterprise-Lending-SBL Loans"). The ratio of
the allowance for credit score losses to non-performing loans elevated to 126.39% at
December 31, 2020 from 113.0% over the prior 12 months finish, reflecting the rise
within the allowance for credit score losses which exceeded the relative enhance in
non-performing loans. Equally, the ratio of non-performing property to complete
property elevated to 0.20% from 0.16%. The ratio of internet charge-offs to common
loans decreased to 0.07% for 2020 in comparison with 0.12% for the prior 12 months,
reflecting mortgage development as internet charge-offs have been comparable in these years.

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Internet Cost-Offs. Internet charge-offs have been comparable in 2020 and 2019, respectively,
at $2.9 million in 2020 and $2.8 million, in comparison with $2.0 million in 2018. In
2020, the vast majority of internet charge-offs have been in direct lease financing.

Non-accrual Loans, Loans 90 Days Delinquent and Nonetheless Accruing, Different Actual
Property Owned, and Troubled Debt Restructurings. Loans are thought-about to be
non-performing if they're on a non-accrual foundation or they're late 90 days
or extra and nonetheless accruing curiosity. A mortgage which is late 90 days or extra
and nonetheless accruing curiosity stays on accrual standing solely when it's each
adequately secured as to principal and curiosity, and is within the strategy of
assortment. Troubled debt restructurings are loans with phrases which have been
renegotiated to supply a cloth discount or deferral of curiosity or
principal due to a weakening within the monetary positions of the debtors.
The next tables summarize our non-performing loans, different actual property owned
("OREO") and our loans late 90 days or extra nonetheless accruing curiosity.

                                               December 31,
                       2020          2019          2018          2017          2016
                                               (in 1000's)
Non-accrual loans
SBL non-real
property              $    3,159$    3,693$    2,590$    1,889$    1,530
SBL industrial
mortgage                 7,305         1,047           458           693              -
SBL building           711           711              -             -             -
Direct leasing             751              -             -             -             -
Shopper                   301           345         1,468         1,414         1,442
Complete non-accrual
loans                   12,227         5,796         4,516         3,996         2,972

Loans late 90
days or extra and
nonetheless accruing             497         3,264           954           227           661
Complete
non-performing
loans                   12,724         9,060         5,470         4,223         3,633
Different actual property
owned                         -             -             -          450           104
Complete
non-performing
property              $   12,724$    9,060$    5,470$    4,673$    3,737

Loans amended for accomplished years December 31, 2020 and 2019 and the debt restructurings thought-about in issue are as follows (in 1000’s):

                                        December 31, 2020                                                December 31, 2019
                                    Pre-modification        Submit-modification                        Pre-modification        Submit-modification
                     Quantity        recorded funding     recorded funding        Quantity        recorded funding     recorded funding
SBL non-real
property                       8    $                911    $                 911               8    $              1,309    $               1,309
Direct lease
financing                    1                     251                      251               1                     286                      286
Shopper                     2                     469                      469               2                     489                      489
Complete                       11    $              1,631    $               1,631              11    $              2,084    $               2,084


The balances beneath present data as to how the loans have been modified as
troubled debt restructured loans at December 31, 2020 and 2019 (in 1000's):

                                 December 31, 2020                                    December 31, 2019

                     Adjusted           Prolonged      Mixed charge       Adjusted           Prolonged      Mixed charge
                  rate of interest         maturity      and maturity     rate of interest         maturity      and maturity
SBL non-real
property           $              -     $         16    $        895    $              -     $         51    $      1,258
Direct lease
financing                       -              251                -                  -              286                -
Shopper                        -                 -            469                   -                 -            489
Complete            $              -     $        267$      1,364    $              -     $        337$      1,747

We had no commitments to increase credit score to loans labeled as distressed debt restructurings within the December 31, 2020.

The Firm had three troubled debt restructured loans that had been
restructured inside the final 12 months which have subsequently defaulted. The
largest was for a single borrower who got here underneath monetary stress and agreed to
an orderly liquidation of automobiles collateralizing their $15.3 million mortgage
stability at March 31, 2020, which was mirrored within the direct lease financing
stability and in troubled debt restructurings at that date. The borrower
subsequently filed for chapter and the chapter courtroom gave the Firm
permission to promote the automobiles which have been transferred to different property as of
June 30, 2020. Subsequent automobile gross sales have repaid considerably the entire
stability which has been lowered to $57,000.

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The next desk summarizes the opposite two loans that have been restructured inside
the 12 months ended December 31, 2020 which have subsequently defaulted (in
1000's).

                                       December 31, 2020
                        Quantity       Pre-modification recorded funding
SBL non-real property             2   $                                 689
Complete                           2   $                                 689

Please see “Funding in an Unconsolidated Entity” beneath for a dialogue of a big restructured mortgage that’s carried at honest worth.

The next desk offers data on loans individually assessed for credit score loss at December 31, 2020 and 2019 (in 1000’s):

                                                December 31, 2020
                                      Unpaid                        Common        Curiosity
                     Recorded       ?principal      Associated        ?recorded        ?revenue
                    ?funding      ?stability      ?allowance     ?funding     ?acknowledged
With out an
allowance recorded
SBL non-real
property             $        387$     2,836    $          -   $        370    $          3
SBL industrial
mortgage                  2,037          2,037               -          1,253                -
Direct lease
financing                   299            299               -          3,352                -
Shopper - dwelling
fairness                      557            557               -            554              10
With an allowance
recorded
SBL non-real
property                    3,044          3,044         (2,129)          3,257              15
SBL industrial
mortgage                  5,268          5,268         (1,010)          2,732                -
SBL building            711            711            (34)            711                -
Direct lease
financing                   452            452             (4)            716                -
Shopper - dwelling
fairness                         -              -              -             24                -
Complete
SBL non-real
property                    3,431          5,880         (2,129)          3,627              18
SBL industrial
mortgage                  7,305          7,305         (1,010)          3,985                -
SBL building            711            711            (34)            711                -
Direct lease
financing                   751            751             (4)          4,068                -
Shopper - dwelling
fairness                      557            557               -            578              10
                   $     12,755$    15,204$    (3,177)$     12,969    $         28

                                                December 31, 2019
                                      Unpaid                        Common        Curiosity
                     Recorded       ?principal      Associated        ?recorded        ?revenue
                    ?funding      ?stability      ?allowance     ?funding     ?acknowledged
With out an
allowance recorded
SBL non-real
property             $        335$     2,717    $          -   $        277    $          5
SBL industrial
mortgage                     76             76               -             15                -
SBL building               -              -              -            284                -
Direct lease
financing                   286            286               -            362              11
Shopper - dwelling
fairness                      489            489               -          1,161               9
With an allowance
recorded
SBL non-real
property                    3,804          4,371         (2,961)          3,925              30
SBL industrial
mortgage                    971            971           (136)            561                -
SBL building            711            711            (36)            284                -
Direct lease
financing                      -              -              -            244                -
Shopper - dwelling
fairness                      121            121             (9)            344                -
Complete
SBL non-real
property                    4,139          7,088         (2,961)          4,202              35
SBL industrial
mortgage                  1,047          1,047           (136)            576                -
SBL building            711            711            (36)            568                -
Direct lease
financing                   286            286               -            606              11
Shopper - dwelling
fairness                      610            610             (9)          1,505               9
                   $      6,793$     9,742$    (3,142)$      7,457    $         55

Now we have had $ 12.2 million loans with out accrual accounting to December 31, 2020, in comparison with
$ 5.8 million loans with out accrual accounting to December 31, 2019. The $ 6.4 million
mirrored enhance $ 15.1 million loans positioned in a state of affairs of non-regularization, partially offset by $ 1.8 million radiation and $ 6.9 million mortgage repayments. Loans that have been 90 days or extra late nonetheless accrued curiosity of

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$497,000 and $3.3 million at December 31, 2020 and December 31, 2019,
respectively. The $2.8 million lower mirrored $1.9 million of additives,
partially offset by $1.7 million of mortgage funds, $1.0 million of charge-offs,
$1.0 million of transfers to repossessed property and $1.0 million of transfers to
non-accrual. We had no OREO in persevering with operations at December 31, 2020 and
December 31, 2019 and no exercise in the course of the 12 months.

We consider loans underneath an inner mortgage danger score system as a way of
figuring out drawback loans. The next desk offers data by credit score
danger score indicator for every section of the mortgage portfolio excluding loans at
honest worth Decemer 31, 2019 (in 1000's). In 2020 loans accordingly labeled
have been segregated by 12 months of origination and are proven in Notice E to the monetary
statements.

                                                        December 31, 2019
                                                                    Unrated       Unrated not
                                      Particular                      topic to     topic to
                         Cross         point out      Substandard      overview *       overview *      Complete loans
SBL non-real
property               $    76,108$    3,045$      4,430    $          -   $        996$    84,579
SBL industrial
mortgage                 208,809         2,249           5,577               -          1,475        218,110
SBL building          44,599              -            711               -               -        45,310
Direct lease
financing                420,289              -          8,792               -          5,379        434,460
SBLOC / IBLOC            942,858              -               -              -         81,562      1,024,420
Different specialty
lending                    3,055              -               -              -               -         3,055
Shopper                   2,545              -            345               -          1,664          4,554
Unamortized mortgage
charges and prices                  -             -               -              -          9,757          9,757
                     $ 1,698,263$    5,294$     19,855    $          -   $    100,833$ 1,824,245

* For extra data heading in the right direction mortgage overview thresholds, see Notice E of the monetary statements.

Funding in Unconsolidated Entity. On December 30, 2014, the Financial institution bought a
portion of its discontinued industrial mortgage portfolio. The purchaser of the mortgage
portfolio was a newly fashioned entity, Walnut Road 2014-1 Issuer, LLC or Walnut
Road. The value paid to the Financial institution for the mortgage portfolio with a face worth of
roughly $267.6 million was roughly $209.6 million, of which
roughly $193.6 million was within the type of two notes issued by Walnut
Road to the Financial institution; a senior word within the principal quantity of roughly
$178.2 million bearing curiosity at 1.5% per 12 months and maturing in December 2024
and a subordinate word within the principal quantity of roughly $15.4 million,
bearing curiosity at 10.0% per 12 months and maturing in December 2024. At
December 31, 2020, a stability of $31.3 million remained on the consolidated
stability sheet, representing the remaining balances of those notes.   Curiosity is
not being accrued on this funding and modifications in its worth, decided by
discounting estimated future money flows, are recorded within the revenue assertion
underneath "change in worth of funding in unconsolidated entity". In 2020, there
was a $45,000 internet lower in worth, in comparison with no internet lower in worth in
2019. A $30.0 million credit score, collateralized by a industrial retail property
with a number of tenants, is comprised of a $17.0 million mortgage which had been bought
to Walnut Road, and $13.0 million mortgage which is included in industrial loans,
at honest worth. The underlying collateral consists of a multi-tenant procuring
middle and the mortgage worth had been beforehand written down on account of a
decreased occupancy charge. By December 31, 2020 the middle had been considerably
all leased and former write-downs had been reversed. On March 13, 2019, we
renewed this mortgage for 4 years and lowered the rate of interest to the next:
LIBOR plus 2% in 12 months one, growing 0.5% annually till the fourth 12 months when
the speed might be LIBOR plus 3.5% which can even be the speed for a one 12 months
extension, if exercised. The mortgage is performing in accordance with these
restructured phrases.

Belongings Held-for-Sale from Discontinued Operations. Belongings held-for-sale as a
results of discontinued operations, primarily industrial, industrial mortgage and
building loans, amounted to $113.6 million at December 31, 2020 and have been
comprised of $91.3 million of internet loans and $22.3 million of different actual property
owned. The stability of different actual property owned features a Florida mall, which has
been written all the way down to $15.0 million. We count on to proceed our efforts to dispose
of the mall, which was appraised in June 2020 for $17.5 million. At December 31,
2019, discontinued property of $140.7 million have been comprised of $115.9 million of
internet loans and $24.8 million of different actual property owned. We proceed our efforts
to switch the loans to different monetary establishments, and eliminate the opposite
actual property owned.

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Deposits. Our main supply of funding is deposit acquisition. We provide a
number of deposit accounts with a spread of rates of interest and phrases, together with
pay as you go and debit card and demand, financial savings and cash market accounts. The
majority of deposit balances are comprised of accounts generated by third
events. At December 31, 2020, we had complete deposits of $5.46 billion in contrast
to $5.05 billion at December 31, 2019, which mirrored a rise of
$410.0 million, or 8.1%, between 2020 and 2019. The rise in deposits
displays development in pay as you go and debit card accounts and every day stability variances.
A diversified group of pay as you go and debit card accounts, which have an
established historical past of stability and decrease value than sure different varieties of
funding, comprise the vast majority of our deposits. Pay as you go accounts embody basic
objective reloadable, debit, medical spending, payroll, reward, industrial,
incentive plan and different accounts. The next desk presents the typical
stability and charges paid on deposits for the durations indicated (in 1000's):

                        December 31, 2020         December 31, 2019         December 31, 2018
                       Common      Common      Common      Common      Common      Common
                       stability        charge       stability        charge       stability        charge
Demand and
curiosity checking
*                    $ 4,864,236       0.23%   $ 3,817,176       0.80%   $ 3,499,288       0.66%
Financial savings and cash
market                   291,204       0.15%        37,671       0.48%       362,267       0.79%
Time                      79,439       1.87%       170,438       2.09%

– – Complete deposits $ 5,234,879 0.25% $ 4,025,285 0.85% $ 3,861,555 0.67%

 * Non-interest-bearing demand accounts should not paid curiosity. The speed proven
displays the charges paid to affinity teams, that are based mostly upon a charge index,
and due to this fact labeled as curiosity expense.

Quick-Time period Borrowings. We had no excellent advances from the FHLB or Federal
Reserve at December 31, 2020 on our strains of credit score with them. We focus on these
strains in "Liquidity and Capital Sources". We had no excellent quantities
borrowed on the Financial institution's strains of credit score at December 31, 2020. We wouldn't have any
coverage prohibiting us from incurring debt. Tables displaying data for
securities bought underneath repurchase agreements and short-term borrowings are as
follows.

                                               As of or for the 12 months ended December 31,
                                                   2020            2019          2018
                                                           ({dollars} in 1000's)
Securities bought underneath repurchase agreements
Steadiness at year-end                           $           42    $       82$       93
Common in the course of the 12 months                                   49            90           173
Most month-end stability                                 82            93           223
Weighted common charge in the course of the 12 months                      -%            -%            -%
Price at December 31                                        -%            -%            -%


                                              As of or for the 12 months ended December 31,
                                                  2020            2019          2018
                                                         ({dollars} in 1000's)
Quick-term borrowings
Steadiness at year-end                          $             -   $         -   $         -
Common in the course of the 12 months                              27,322       129,031        20,346
Most month-end stability                           140,000       300,000       100,000
Weighted common charge in the course of the 12 months                  0.72%         2.43%         2.22%
Price at December 31                                    0.25%         1.50%         2.35%


We wouldn't have any coverage prohibiting us from incurring debt. Now we have issued
senior debt on the holding firm, which can be used for numerous company
functions together with inventory repurchases, or sooner or later for frequent inventory
dividends, though we traditionally haven't paid such dividends. These funds
may be downstreamed to the Financial institution, the place for functions of the Financial institution solely, they
would represent tier one capital. Moreover, now we have issued subordinated
debentures that are grandfathered to additionally represent tier one capital, however solely
on the Financial institution stage. These devices are described beneath.

Senior debt. On August 13, 2020, we issued $100.0 million of senior debt with a
maturity date of August 15, 2025, and a 4.75% rate of interest, with curiosity paid
semi-annually on March 15 and September 15. The Senior Notes are our direct,
unsecured and unsubordinated obligations and rank equal in precedence with all of
our present and future unsecured and unsubordinated indebtedness and senior in
proper of cost to all of our present and future subordinated indebtedness.
When these devices mature in 2025, in lieu of reimbursement from Financial institution dividends,
trade apply consists of the issuance of latest debt to repay maturing debt.

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Subordinated debentures. As of December 31, 2020, we had two established
statutory enterprise trusts: The Bancorp Capital Belief II and The Bancorp Capital
Belief III, which we discuss with as ("the Trusts"). In every case, we personal all of the
frequent securities of the Trusts. These trusts issued most popular capital
securities to buyers and invested the proceeds in us via the acquisition of
junior subordinated debentures issued by us. These debentures are the only
property of the trusts. The $10.3 million of debentures issued to The Bancorp
Capital Belief II and the $3.1 million of debentures issued to The Bancorp
Capital Belief III have been each issued on November 28, 2007, mature on March 15,
2038 and bear curiosity equal to 3-month LIBOR plus 3.25%.

Lengthy-term Borrowings. At December 31, 2020 and 2019, we had long run borrowings
of $40.3 million and $41.0 million respectively, which consisted of bought loans
which have been accounted for as a secured borrowing, as a result of they didn't qualify
for true sale accounting.

Shareholders' Fairness. At December 31, 2020, we had $581.2 million in
shareholders' fairness in comparison with $484.5 million on the prior 12 months finish. The
enhance primarily mirrored 2020 internet revenue. The rise additionally mirrored the
enhance out there worth of securities ensuing from the lower in longer
time period rates of interest.

Off-balance Sheet Commitments

We're get together to monetary devices with off-balance sheet danger within the regular
course of enterprise to fulfill the financing wants of our prospects. These monetary
devices embody commitments to increase credit score and standby letters of credit score.
These devices contain, to various levels, parts of credit score and curiosity
charge danger in extra of the quantity acknowledged in our consolidated monetary
statements.

Credit score danger is outlined as the potential of sustaining a loss as a result of
failure of the opposite events to a monetary instrument to carry out in accordance
with the phrases of the contract. The utmost publicity to credit score loss underneath
commitments to increase credit score and standby letters of credit score is represented by the
contractual quantity of those devices. We use the identical underwriting requirements
and insurance policies in making credit score commitments as we do for on-balance sheet
devices.

Monetary devices whose contract quantities signify potential credit score danger for
us at December 31, 2020, have been our unused commitments to increase credit score, which
have been roughly $2.16 billion, and standby letters of credit score, which have been
roughly $1.8 million, at December 31, 2020. The overwhelming majority of
commitments mirror SBLOC commitments, that are variable charge, and related to
strains of credit score collateralized by marketable securities. The quantity of the road
is mostly based mostly upon the worth of the collateral, and never anticipated utilization. The
majority of those obtainable strains haven't been drawn upon, and SBLOC loans are
"demand" loans and may be known as at any time.

Commitments to increase credit score are agreements to lend to a buyer so long as
there isn't a violation of any situation established within the contract. Commitments
usually have mounted expiration dates or different termination clauses and plenty of
require the cost of a price. Standby letters of credit score are conditional
commitments that assure the efficiency of a buyer to a 3rd get together. Since
we count on that lots of the commitments or letters of credit score we challenge is not going to be
totally drawn upon, the overall dedication or letter of credit score quantities don't
essentially signify future money necessities. We consider every buyer's
creditworthiness on a case-by-case foundation. We base the quantity of collateral we
acquire after we prolong credit score on our credit score analysis of the shopper. SBLOC
commitments are restricted to a share of the collateral worth, which varies
for equities and stuck revenue securities. For IBLOC, the dedication could as excessive
because the money worth of the relevant insurance coverage coverage. Collateral for different mortgage
commitments varies however could embody actual property, marketable securities, pledged
deposits, tools and accounts receivable.

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Contractual obligations and different commitments

The next desk presents our contractual obligations and different commitments, together with off-balance sheet commitments, representing the required and potential money outflows on the December 31, 2020 (in 1000’s):

                                                     Funds due by interval
                                    Lower than        One to         Three to         After
Contractual
obligation             Complete         one 12 months      three years     5 years      5 years
Minimal annual
leases on
noncancelable
working leases    $    13,224$     3,353$      5,466$      4,381$        24
Mortgage commitments      2,163,331         20,107         181,250
2,427      1,959,547
Subordinated
debentures               13,401               -               -               -        13,401
Curiosity expense
on subordinated
debentures (1)            9,015            524           1,048           1,048          6,395
Standby letters
of credit score                 1,829          1,829                -               -              -
Complete               $ 2,200,800$    25,813$    187,764$      7,856$ 1,979,367

(1) The presentation assumes a weighted common rate of interest of 4.03%

Influence of inflation

The first influence of inflation on our operations is on our working prices.
In contrast to most industrial firms, nearly the entire property and liabilities of
a monetary establishment are financial in nature. Because of this, rates of interest have
a extra important influence on a monetary establishment's efficiency than the
results of basic ranges of inflation. Rates of interest don't essentially transfer
in the identical course or in the identical magnitude as the value of products and
companies. Whereas we anticipate that inflation will have an effect on our future working
prices, we can not predict the timing or quantities of any such results.

Not too long ago revealed accounting requirements

Info on current accounting positions is offered in Notice B, level 25, to the consolidated monetary statements included on this report and are integrated herein by this reference.

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