Access to local experts who want to help your business grow. That’s the MPB difference. Metro Phoenix Bank is in business because of small businesses. Since the Bank’s inception, we have lent close to $200 million to small businesses and are committed to helping our community thrive even more. Unlike large national and regional banks that take deposits out of the local community then lend into other markets, we survive by infusing local deposits into the community through various loan products and services.
Consolidated Reports of Condition and Income (a "Call Report") are filed each calendar quarter by every national bank, state member bank, insured state non-member bank and savings association. This report is available to the public and includes individual performance statistical data and risk profiles plus industry wide data. When searching for Call Reports utilize: https://cdr.ffiec.gov/public/ManageFacsimiles.aspx.
In facilitating our market making efforts, the Bank has identified three different securities firms that specialize in moving community bank stock. You can contact any of the three if you are interested in selling or buying Metro Phoenix Bank stock.
The Bank has engaged an outside vendor to act on behalf of the Bank as our stock transfer agent. Effective August 28, 2017, Computershare Trust Company will maintain shareholder records for all Metro Phoenix Bank shareholders. Your account may be managed online via investor relations at www.computershare.com/investor where you will be able to view account details, update information, and process various transactions.
Metro Phoenix Bank has listed its stock on the OTC Market, an over-the-counter market making platform for lightly traded stocks. The Bank will be trading under the following stock symbol: MPHX. To obtain a quote, please go to: https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/MPHX/quote.