Fs Bancorp Inc   (FSBW)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry Regional Banks
   Industry Regional Banks
   Sector  Financial
Price: $30.8900 $-0.35 -1.120%
Day's High: $31.21 Week Perf: -4.92 %
Day's Low: $ 30.66 30 Day Perf: -3.83 %
Volume (M): 6 52 Wk High: $ 38.70
Volume (M$): $ 192 52 Wk Avg: $31.62
Open: $31.08 52 Wk Low: $26.08

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 244
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 8
 Employees 239
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 139
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 36
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 24
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 2

Fs Bancorp Inc

FS Bancorp, Inc., a Washington corporation, was organized in September 2011 for the purpose of becoming the holding company of 1st Security Bank of Washington upon the Bank’s conversion from a mutual to a stock savings bank (“Conversion”). The Conversion was completed on July 9, 2012.

1st Security Bank of Washington is a relationship-driven community bank. The Bank delivers banking and financial services to local families, local and regional businesses and industry niches within distinct Puget Sound area communities. The Bank emphasizes long-term relationships with families and businesses within the communities served, working with them to meet their financial needs. The Bank is also actively involved in community activities and events within these market areas, which further strengthens relationships within these markets. The Bank has been serving the Puget Sound area since 1936. Originally chartered as a credit union, and known as Washington’s Credit Union, the Bank served various select employment groups. On April 1, 2004, the Bank converted from a credit union to a Washington state-chartered mutual savings bank. Upon completion of the Conversion in July 2012, 1st Security Bank of Washington became a Washington state-chartered stock savings bank and the wholly owned subsidiary of the Company.

The Company originates both fixed-rate and adjustable-rate loans. The ability to originate loans, however, is dependent upon customer demand for loans in the market areas. Over the past few years, the Company has continued to originate consumer loans, and increased emphasis on commercial real estate loans, including construction and development lending, as well as commercial business loans. Demand is affected by competition and the interest rate environment. In periods of economic uncertainty, the ability of financial institutions, including us, to originate large dollar volumes of commercial business and real estate loans may be substantially reduced or restricted, with a resultant decrease in interest income. In addition to interest earned on loans and loan origination fees, the Company receives fees for loan commitments, late payments and other miscellaneous services. The fees vary from time to time, generally depending on the supply of funds and other competitive conditions in the market.

The Company is a diversified lender with a focus on the origination of indirect home improvement loans, also referred to as fixture secured loans, home loans, commercial real estate mortgage loans, commercial business loans and second mortgage/home equity loan products. Consumer loans, in particular indirect home improvement loans, represent the largest portion of the loan portfolio and have traditionally been the mainstay of the Company’s lending strategy, a carryover from its days as a credit union. Going forward, the Company plans to place more emphasis on certain lending products, such as commercial real estate loans including speculative residential construction loans, one-to-four-family loans, and commercial business loans, while growing the current size of the consumer loan portfolio. The Company reintroduced in-house originations of residential mortgage loans in 2012, primarily for sale into the secondary market, through a mortgage banking program. The Companys lending strategies are intended to take advantage of: (1) the Company’s historical strength in indirect consumer lending, (2) recent market consolidation that has created new lending opportunities, and (3) relationship lending. Retail deposits will continue to serve as an important funding source.

Historically, the Companys primary emphasis was the origination of consumer loans (primarily indirect home improvement and automobile-secured loans), one-to-four-family residential first mortgages, and second mortgage/home equity loan products. As a result of the Companys initial public offering in 2012, while maintaining the active indirect consumer lending program, the Company shifted its lending focus to include non-mortgage commercial business loans, as well as commercial real estate which includes construction and development loans. The Company reintroduced in-house originations of residential mortgage loans in 2012, primarily for sale in the secondary market. While maintaining the Company’s historical strength in consumer lending, the Company has added management and personnel in the commercial and home lending areas to take advantage of the relatively favorable long-term business and economic environments prevailing in the markets.

The Company intends to continue to emphasize commercial real estate lending and, as a result, the Company has assembled a highly experienced team, with an average of over 20 years experience. The Banks Chief Credit Officer and Chief Lending Officer are both senior bankers with over 25 years of commercial lending experience in the northwestern U.S. region. Management has also hired experienced commercial loan officers to support the Company’s commercial real estate lending objectives. As the commercial loan portfolio expands, the Company intends to bring in additional experienced personnel in the areas of loan analysis and commercial deposit relationship management, as needed.

Construction and development lending contains the inherent difficulty in estimating both a property’s value at completion of the project and the estimated cost (including interest) of the project. Changes in the demand, such as for new housing and higher than anticipated building costs may cause actual results to vary significantly from those estimated. If the estimate of construction cost proves to be inaccurate, we may be required to advance funds beyond the amount originally committed to permit completion of the project. This type of lending also typically involves higher loan principal amounts and is often concentrated with a small number of builders. In addition, during the term of most of our construction loans, an interest reserve is created at origination and is added to the principal of the loan through the construction phase. If the estimate of value upon completion proves to be inaccurate, we may be confronted at, or prior to, the maturity of the loan with a project the value of which is insufficient to assure full repayment. Because construction loans require active monitoring of the building process, including cost comparisons and on-site inspections, these loans are more difficult and costly to monitor. Increases in market rates of interest may have a more pronounced effect on construction loans by rapidly increasing the end-purchasers borrowing costs, thereby reducing the overall demand for the project. Properties under construction are often difficult to sell and typically must be completed in order to be successfully sold which also complicates the process of working out problem construction loans. This may require us to advance additional funds and/or contract with another builder to complete construction. Furthermore, speculative construction loans to a builder are often associated with homes that are not pre-sold, and thus pose a greater potential risk than construction loans to individuals on their personal residences as there is the added risk associated with identifying an end-purchaser for the finished project. Loans on land under development or held for future construction pose additional risk because of the lack of income being produced by the property and the potential illiquid nature of the collateral. These risks can be significantly impacted by supply and demand.


   Company Address: 6920 220th Street SW Mountlake Terrace 98043 WA
   Company Phone Number: 771-5299   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ FSBW

Customers Net Income fell by FSBW's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-4.36 %

11.29 %

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Fs Bancorp Inc

Fs Bancorp Inc: Riding on the higher pace or heading for a downturn?

The recent financial results of Fs Bancorp Inc may appear impressive at first glance, but when analyzed closely, one can identify several concerning factors that suggest a bearish outlook for the company.
Although revenue for the fourth quarter of 2023 increased by 9.856% to $34.51 million compared to the prior year reporting period, it is noteworthy that revenue actually decreased by -1.594% from $35.07 million relative to the preceding reporting period. This indicates a potential decline in demand and calls into question the sustainability of the revenue growth.

Management Announcement

1st Security Bank Strengthens Treasury Management Team with New SVP, Director of Treasury Management Appointment

Published Mon, Dec 18 2023 10:34 PM UTC

1st Security Bank Appoints Dan Icasiano as SVP, Director of Treasury Management
1st Security Bank has recently announced the appointment of Dan Icasiano to the position of Senior Vice President (SVP) and Director of Treasury Management, effective from November 27th. This appointment comes as a significant move by the bank to strengthen its leadership team in the area of...

Management Changes

1st Security Bank Elevates Sean McCormick to SVP, Director of Credit Administration, Amplifying Success Amidst Fs Bancorp Inc's Revenue Surge

Published Wed, Nov 22 2023 5:22 PM UTC

1st Security Bank Announces the Promotion of Sean McCormick to SVP, Director of Credit Administration
1st Security Bank is delighted to announce the promotion of Sean McCormick to the role of Senior Vice President (SVP) and Director of Credit Administration. This promotion comes at a significant time for the bank as the parent company, Fs Bancorp Inc, reported a remarkab...

Fs Bancorp Inc

Record-breaking Revenue Surge Propels Fs Bancorp Inc. to New Heights

FS Bancorp Inc, a regional banking company, has experienced a 6.22% drop in its stock value over the past three months and a significant decrease of 30.08% in the past 12 months. Despite this decline, the stock is currently trading 15% above its 52-week low.
In terms of financial performance, FS Bancorp Inc has seen double-digit revenue growth of 16.932% to reach $35.07 million. This growth has contributed to a modest increase in profitability, with a 4.63% elevation in earnings per share to $1.13. Comparatively, other companies in the regional banking industry have reported lower revenue growth rates during the same period.

Fs Bancorp Inc

Fs Bancorp Inc Shines in Q2 2023 Earnings Season with Impressive 31% Revenue Surge and Rises as a Stable Financial Institution

Fs Bancorp Inc, a regional bank, has reported impressive results for the second quarter of the 2023 earnings season, with a revenue increase of 31.073% to $35.67 million compared to the same period last year. This significant growth in revenue can be attributed to their successful business strategies and expanding customer base.
Moreover, the company's profit per share has seen a substantial jump of 39.76% to $1.16 per share, indicating their ability to efficiently manage their operations and generate higher returns for their shareholders. This increase in profit per share shows that Fs Bancorp Inc is a financially strong and stable institution.


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