Hard times are typically when you find the best deals and with this thought in mind, Capital Bank Financial (NASDAQ:CBF) came to be after purchasing several failed banks from the FDIC in 2010. Since then, the bank has added several others which has helped grow assets at a remarkable pace.
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Note: All graphs in article from 2013 10-K, information in article includes updates from 1Q2014.
Total Assets in Millions of Dollars
2009 - $526,761
2010 - $3,496,991
2011 - $6,586,380
2012 - $7,306,953
2013 - $6,617,561
Unfortunately for shareholders, book value growth has been relatively nonexistent on a per share basis with tangible book value up only 0.87% since then end of 2010.
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