Trustmark’s annual earnings up more than 25 percent

by Associated Press

Published: January 26,2011

Tags: banking and finance, publicly-traded companies

JACKSON — Trustmark Corporation announced net income available to common shareholders of $25.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2010, which represented basic earnings per common share of $0.39.

For the year ended December 31, 2010, Trustmark’s net income available to common shareholders totaled $100.6 million, which represented basic earnings per common share of $1.58, an increase of 25.4 percent compared to figures one year earlier.

Richard G. Hickson, Trustmark chairman, said, “Trustmark continued to produce outstanding financial results during the fourth quarter. The board of directors and I are delighted with the election of Jerry Host as chief executive officer of Trustmark, which became effective Jan. 1. We are confident that Trustmark, under Jerry’s leadership, will continue to meet the financial needs of our customers and achieve financial results that will enhance shareholder value.”

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One Response to “Trustmark’s annual earnings up more than 25 percent”

  1. Rebecca Johnson Says:

    There should be an increase in revenue/profits. TRUSTMARK BANK is a legalized pay-day Loan institution. They want their customers to use online banking, and electronic everything and their online system is inaccurate, provides no information, always out of date. Trustmark snail mails, insufficient funds notifcations, which takes days.

    The shareholders should thank me, this month alone I have paid fees over $500.00. Of course Trustmark does well, it steals from customers, provides poor service and needs an overhaul from the Customer point-of-view.

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