Posts Tagged ‘Paul B. Murphy Jr.’

Still in acquisition mode, Cadence set to buy Houston’s Encore Bancshares Inc.

Birmingham’s Cadence Bancorp, formerly headquartered in Starkville, has signed a definitive agreement to buy Houston-based Encore Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: EBTX) in an all-cash transaction of $20.62 per share. Under the deal, Cadence would pay approximately $250 million for the approximately 12.1 million outstanding shares of Encore, a $1.6 billion banking company with 12 locations in […] [...]

Mallory exit to carry out earlier agreement on Cadence retirement

The early March closing of an acquisition by Houston banking investment company Community Bancorp, LLC, will mark the end of Cadence Financial Corp. chairman and CEO Lewis Mallory Jr.’s 47 years with the Starkville-based regional bank. Mark Abernathy, Cadence’s president, is expected to be elected CEO and Paul B. Murphy Jr., Community Bancorp president, chairman, […] [...]

Mallory carrying out 3-year-old agreement to retire as Cadence Bank CEO & chairman

By Ted Carter The early March closing of an acquisition by Houston banking investment company Community Bancorp LLC will mark the end of Cadence Financial Corp. Chairman & CEO Lewis Mallory Jr.’s 47 years with the Starkville-based regional bank. Mark Abernathy, Cadence’s president, is expected to be elected CEO and Paul B. Murphy Jr., Community […] [...]

‘Tarnished franchise?’

Cadence battles public opinion after backing out of Trustmark deal; claims it saved 125 jobs in Starkville area because of the move Cadence Bank’s shareholders — especially the “insiders” who own nearly11 percent of the bank holding company’s stock — get an appealing payday from last week’s decision to scrap an acquisition deal with Trustmark […] [...]

So much for a handshake

by Ted Carter Published: October 10,2010

Tags: Cadence Bank, Community Bancorp, Lewis Mallory Jr., Paul B. Murphy Jr., Trustmark

Cadence spurns Trustmark for upstart Houston investment group In the end, Starkville-based Cadence Bank’s handshake and “definitive agreement” with Trustmark National Bank went by the wayside last Wednesday in exchange for an attractive sale price and immediate capital injection of upwards of $200 million from a Houston banking investment group. The prospect of keeping intact […] [...]

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