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Landmark Bancorp Inc   (LARK)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry Regional Banks
   Industry Regional Banks
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Landmark Bancorp Inc 's Customers Performance

LARK

 
LARK's Source of Revenues Landmark Bancorp Inc 's Customers have recorded a rise in their cost of revenue by 23.11 % in the 3 quarter 2021 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 12.7 %, for the same period Landmark Bancorp Inc revnue deteriorated by -8.24 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -2.43 %.

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Landmark Bancorp Inc 's Customers have recorded a rise in their cost of revenue by 23.11 % in the 3 quarter 2021 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 12.7 %, for the same period Landmark Bancorp Inc revnue deteriorated by -8.24 % year on year, sequentially revnue fell by -2.43 %.

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Customers Net Income grew in Q3 by Customers Net margin grew to
85.71 % 16.55 %



Landmark Bancorp Inc 's Customers, Q3 2021 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Construction Services Industry      22.01 %
Customers in Life Insurance Industry -14.46 %   
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      18.08 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Financial Services Industry -1.38 %   
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Landmark Bancorp Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



The Bank’s primary deposit gathering and lending markets are geographically diversified with locations in central, eastern, southeast, and southwest Kansas. The primary industries within these respective markets are also diverse and dependent upon a wide array of industry and governmental activity for their economic base. The Bank’s markets have not been immune to the effects of the challenging economic conditions of recent years; however, the effect has not been as severe as those experienced in some areas of the United States. To varying degrees, the Bank’s markets generally have experienced flat commercial and residential real estate values, unemployment levels above historical norms and slow growth in consumer spending. A brief description of the four geographic areas and the communities which the Bank serves is set forth below.

The central region of the Bank’s market area consists of the Bank’s locations in Auburn, Junction City, Manhattan, Osage City, Topeka and Wamego, Kansas and includes the counties of Riley, Geary, Osage, Pottawatomie and Shawnee. The economies are significantly impacted by employment at Fort Riley Military Base in Junction City and Kansas State University, the second largest university in Kansas, which is located in Manhattan. Topeka is the capital of Kansas and strongly influenced by the government of the State of Kansas. Topeka and Manhattan are regional destinations for retail shopping as well as home to regional hospitals. Manhattan was also selected as the site of the new National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, which is expected to have a significant impact on the regional economy as the facility is constructed and begins operations. Construction of the facility began in 2013 and is expected to be completed in five to seven years. Additionally, manufacturing and service industries also play a key role within the central Kansas market.

The Bank’s eastern Kansas branches are located in the communities of Lawrence, Lenexa, Louisburg, Osawatomie, Overland Park, Paola and Wellsville. The Bank’s Lawrence locations are located in Douglas County and are significantly impacted by the University of Kansas, the largest university in Kansas. The eastern region is strongly influenced by the Kansas City metropolitan market, which is the highest growth area in the State of Kansas. The region is influenced by public and private industries and businesses of all sizes. In addition, housing growth and commercial real estate are major drivers of the region’s economy. The Citizens Bank acquisition in 2013 expanded the Bank’s presence in the eastern Kansas market with branches in the Kansas City metropolitan suburbs of Lenexa and Overland Park.

The southeast region of the Bank’s market area consists of the Bank’s locations in Fort Scott, Iola, Kincaid, Mound City and Pittsburg, Kansas. Agriculture, oil, and gas are the predominant industries in the southeast Kansas region. Both Fort Scott and Pittsburg are recognized as regional commercial centers within the southeast region of the state, which attracts small retail businesses to the region. Additionally, Pittsburg State University and Fort Scott Community College attract a number of individuals from the surrounding area to live within the communities to participate in educational programs and pursue a degree. Fort Scott is also home to a regional hospital. Additionally, manufacturing and service industries play a key role within the southeast Kansas market. This market area primarily consists of branches acquired in the Citizens Bank acquisition.

The Bank’s southwest Kansas branches are located in the communities of Dodge City in Ford County, Garden City in Finney County, Great Bend and Hoisington in Barton County and LaCrosse in Rush County. Agriculture, oil, and gas are the predominant industries in the southwest Kansas region. Predominant activities involve crop production, feed lot operations, and food processing. Dodge City is known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World” and maintains a significant tourism industry. Both Dodge City and Garden City are recognized as regional commercial centers within the state with small businesses, manufacturing, retail, and service industries having a significant influence upon the local economies. Additionally, the Dodge City, Garden City and Great Bend communities each have a community college which attracts individuals from the surrounding areas.

Landmark Bancorp Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


The Bank’s primary deposit gathering and lending markets are geographically diversified with locations in central, eastern, southeast, and southwest Kansas. The primary industries within these respective markets are also diverse and dependent upon a wide array of industry and governmental activity for their economic base. The Bank’s markets have not been immune to the effects of the challenging economic conditions of recent years; however, the effect has not been as severe as those experienced in some areas of the United States. To varying degrees, the Bank’s markets generally have experienced flat commercial and residential real estate values, unemployment levels above historical norms and slow growth in consumer spending. A brief description of the four geographic areas and the communities which the Bank serves is set forth below.

The central region of the Bank’s market area consists of the Bank’s locations in Auburn, Junction City, Manhattan, Osage City, Topeka and Wamego, Kansas and includes the counties of Riley, Geary, Osage, Pottawatomie and Shawnee. The economies are significantly impacted by employment at Fort Riley Military Base in Junction City and Kansas State University, the second largest university in Kansas, which is located in Manhattan. Topeka is the capital of Kansas and strongly influenced by the government of the State of Kansas. Topeka and Manhattan are regional destinations for retail shopping as well as home to regional hospitals. Manhattan was also selected as the site of the new National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, which is expected to have a significant impact on the regional economy as the facility is constructed and begins operations. Construction of the facility began in 2013 and is expected to be completed in five to seven years. Additionally, manufacturing and service industries also play a key role within the central Kansas market.

The Bank’s eastern Kansas branches are located in the communities of Lawrence, Lenexa, Louisburg, Osawatomie, Overland Park, Paola and Wellsville. The Bank’s Lawrence locations are located in Douglas County and are significantly impacted by the University of Kansas, the largest university in Kansas. The eastern region is strongly influenced by the Kansas City metropolitan market, which is the highest growth area in the State of Kansas. The region is influenced by public and private industries and businesses of all sizes. In addition, housing growth and commercial real estate are major drivers of the region’s economy. The Citizens Bank acquisition in 2013 expanded the Bank’s presence in the eastern Kansas market with branches in the Kansas City metropolitan suburbs of Lenexa and Overland Park.

The southeast region of the Bank’s market area consists of the Bank’s locations in Fort Scott, Iola, Kincaid, Mound City and Pittsburg, Kansas. Agriculture, oil, and gas are the predominant industries in the southeast Kansas region. Both Fort Scott and Pittsburg are recognized as regional commercial centers within the southeast region of the state, which attracts small retail businesses to the region. Additionally, Pittsburg State University and Fort Scott Community College attract a number of individuals from the surrounding area to live within the communities to participate in educational programs and pursue a degree. Fort Scott is also home to a regional hospital. Additionally, manufacturing and service industries play a key role within the southeast Kansas market. This market area primarily consists of branches acquired in the Citizens Bank acquisition.

The Bank’s southwest Kansas branches are located in the communities of Dodge City in Ford County, Garden City in Finney County, Great Bend and Hoisington in Barton County and LaCrosse in Rush County. Agriculture, oil, and gas are the predominant industries in the southwest Kansas region. Predominant activities involve crop production, feed lot operations, and food processing. Dodge City is known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World” and maintains a significant tourism industry. Both Dodge City and Garden City are recognized as regional commercial centers within the state with small businesses, manufacturing, retail, and service industries having a significant influence upon the local economies. Additionally, the Dodge City, Garden City and Great Bend communities each have a community college which attracts individuals from the surrounding areas.







LARK's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Landmark Bancorp Inc 141 63 20 291
Genworth Financial Inc 2,139 8,359 1,019 5,300
Mgic Investment Corp 5,605 1,194 585 800
Mbia Inc 743 233 -348 252
American International Group Inc 50,839 47,646 5,801 46,000
D r Horton Inc 32,699 27,774 4,191 9,716
Kb Home 4,050 5,244 497 1,590
Lgi Homes Inc 3,098 3,146 455 390
William Lyon Homes 957 2,116 105 585
New Home Co Inc 166 497 5 234
Meritage Homes Corp 4,006 1,332 653 1,409
Nvr Inc 20,574 9,065 1,207 6,100
Beazer Homes Usa Inc 600 2,140 122 1,063
M d c Holdings Inc 3,651 4,813 541 0
Mi Homes Inc 1,608 3,601 364 1,008
Hovnanian Enterprises Inc 679 2,838 633 2,078
Toll Brothers Inc 7,497 9,685 918 3,900
Lennar Corp 30,148 25,523 4,154 9,495
Achari Ventures Holdings Corp I 25 855 -23 214
Taylor Morrison Home Corp 3,833 6,542 496 113
Tri Pointe Homes Inc 2,854 4,005 437 1,036
Ucp, Inc. -181 412 16 173
Wci Communities, Inc. 0 0 0 689
Century Communities Inc 2,296 3,997 425 510
Green Brick Partners Inc 1,219 1,205 168 0
Calatlantic Group, Inc. 6,611 2,451 172 2,850
Deer Valley Corp 0 0 0 200
Ryland Group Inc 0 2,141 379 1,502
Vanjia Corporation 151 0 0 1
Nobility Homes Inc 126 49 6 129
Mr Cooper Group Inc 3,628 3,654 1,490 0
Arch Capital Group Ltd 18,272 9,323 2,215 2,030
Essent Group Ltd 5,213 1,019 624 366
Nmi Holdings Inc 2,166 470 219 243
Radian Group Inc 4,278 1,361 555 1,881
SUBTOTAL 219,550 192,690 28,081 101,857


       
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