FIRST ADVANTAGE B (FABK) Dividend History

First Advantage Bancorp operates as the holding company for First Federal Savings Bank, which provides banking and financial services to individual and corporate customers primarily in Tennessee. The Bank is a federally chartered savings bank that attracts deposits from the general public and uses those funds to originate one- to four-family mortgage loans, non-residential real estate loans, construction loans (including speculative construction loans) and land loans, and, to a lesser extent, multi-family loans, commercial business loans and consumer loans. The Bank operates five full-service offices and one limited service office in Montgomery County, Tennessee.

Last update 12/27/2017


Dividend Yield Summary

  2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Dividends 0.28 0.28 0.40 0.30 0.40 -
Average Price 12.74 13.39 14.56 16.35 21.08 -
Yield 2.20% 2.09% 2.75% 1.83% 1.90% -
• The above Dividend, Average Price, and Yield values for 2018 are year-to-date.

Dividend Dates

Ex Dividend Date 2017-08-02
Dividend Pay Date 2017-11-16

DivInfo Metrics ™

52-Week Projected Earnings Per Share 0.95
52-Week Projected Dividends Per Share 0.40
Dividend Cover 2.38 : 1
52-Week Projected Yield 1.86%
52-Week Trailing Yield -
6-Year Average Yield 2.12%
6-Year Dividend Change 42.86%
6-Year Yearly Dividend Change 7.14%
Number of Dividend Payments (2008-10-28 - 2017-11-03) 32

Dividend History

Date Amount Per Share Note
2017-11-03 $0.10
2017-08-02 $0.10
2017-05-03 $0.10
2017-02-02 $0.10
2016-11-02 $0.10
2016-08-03 $0.10
2016-05-04 $0.10
2015-11-03 $0.10
2015-07-31 $0.10
2015-05-01 $0.10
2015-02-03 $0.10
2014-10-31 $0.07
2014-07-31 $0.07
2014-05-01 $0.07
2014-01-30 $0.07
2013-11-01 $0.07
2013-08-01 $0.07
2013-05-02 $0.07
2013-01-30 $0.07
2012-10-31 $0.05
2012-08-02 $0.05
2012-04-30 $0.05
2012-01-30 $0.05
2011-10-28 $0.05
2011-07-28 $0.05
2011-04-28 $0.05
2011-02-02 $0.05
2010-08-13 $0.05
2010-02-15 $0.05
2009-11-16 $0.05
2009-08-14 $0.05
2008-10-28 $0.05
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