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Luxoft Holding Inc's Customers Performance

LXFT

 
LXFT's Source of Revenues Luxoft Holding Inc's Customers have recorded a growth in their cost of revenue by 79.58 % in the 1 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -5.83 %, for the same period Luxoft Holding, Inc recorded revenue increase by 15.43 % year on year,

List of LXFT Customers




Luxoft Holding Inc's Customers have recorded a growth in their cost of revenue by 79.58 % in the 1 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue were trimmed by -5.83 %, for the same period Luxoft Holding, Inc recorded revenue increase by 15.43 % year on year,

List of LXFT Customers


   
Customers Net Income grew in Q1 by Customers Net margin grew to
22.57 % 17.71 %



Luxoft Holding Inc's Customers, Q1 2018 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      45.82 %
Customers in Conglomerates Industry      3.62 %
Customers in Diversified Industry    
Customers in Consumer Financial Services Industry      12.32 %
Customers in Accident & Health Insurance Industry -3.45 %   
Customers in Life Insurance Industry -4.15 %   
Customers in Insurance Brokerage Industry      3.27 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      5.6 %
Customers in Investment Services Industry      44.4 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Financial Services Industry      28.27 %
Customers in Money Center Banks Industry      7.84 %
Customers in Regional Banks Industry      32.39 %
Customers in S&Ls Savings Banks Industry      12.23 %
Customers in Real Estate Investment Trusts Industry -0.53 %   
Customers in Commercial Banks Industry      1.22 %
Customers in Personal Services Industry      2.86 %
Customers in Professional Services Industry -4.69 %   
Customers in Consulting Services Industry -62.72 %   
Customers in Software & Programming Industry -2.24 %   
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Luxoft Holding Inc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



Financial Services: The financial services industry is one of the most IT-intensive industries. Most of the IT services providers are concentrating their efforts within the Run the Bank (RTB) segment, which is now challenged with budget and margin pressure, and thus these providers are facing a challenging growth environment. Historically, we have been present in the less crowded and more non-discretionary Change the Bank (CTB) space, providing a wide array of services designed to achieve growth.


In order to stay competitive in an evolving marketplace, financial institutions need to invest in their IT architecture and change many legacy business processes. This enables these institutions to modernize their mostly in-house developed, vertical-specific legacy systems, which often increases the demand for managed services in front-office IT, to introduce new technologies and processes.

 

We believe the following key trends drive financial institutions' IT spending: innovation in response to digital disruption, standardization and simplification of legacy systems, and ongoing regulatory and compliance challenges:
Innovation: The financial services industry is driven by an ongoing necessity to innovate, especially with the recent digital transformation in the industry. Digital transformation provides new sources of revenue and a competitive advantage. Data-driven investment decisions, AI-powered productivity tools, Straight Through Processing (STP), automation, and other digital initiatives all work to create a streamlined client experience. Technologies such as big data, private cloud, various FinTech tools and products, UI/UX, as well as less immediate technologies, such as blockchain, machine learning, and grid computing, are becoming necessities in the modern financial services industry. These technologies require a drive towards off-the-shelf technology augmented by custom systems, creating a wealth of opportunity.


The massive proliferation of data acquisition enables advances in AI and a new paradigm in automation. Rules are not necessarily programmed into systems; Instead, systems are taught and identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention. Machines can process data far quicker than humans, findings patterns and triggers. This enables companies to analyze more complex data and deliver faster, more accurate results, providing a better a chance of identifying profitable opportunities and avoiding unknown risks.


Simplification: Banks have hundreds of applications but need to reduce the number of applications by sun-setting some legacy items. They have a dispersion of platforms with no centralized view by geography, product, or client. There is a mounting need to decrease infrastructure costs and increase computing capacity, which generates ample demand for cloud migration services to make the underlying data cheaper to maintain, and become available quickly.


Standardization: IT infrastructure and custom trading systems built in the capital markets over the last decades became quite massive in size and are difficult and expensive to maintain. The banks used to spend a lot of money on creative proprietary trading systems and efforts focused on unifying the data. At this juncture, IT operations of most banks, especially large global banks, represent a significant cost item and a burdensome legacy to carry. Thus, standard platforms, such as Murex, have started receiving an increased amount of attention. The areas of significant demand growth for standard package implementations are Capital Markets as well as wealth and asset management divisions.


Regulatory and compliance: On-going regulatory reporting, governance and compliance (GRC) challenges fueling consistent demand for data-related technologies, including big data. The regulations in the fiscal year ending March 31st, 2018 that required financial institutions to make changes to their systems were E.U.'s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MIFID II), Brexit, Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR), final minimum total loss-absorbing capacity (TLAC) standard, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and PSD.


Automotive and Transport: The rapid introduction of new electronic architecture and the separation of hardware and its functionality and software are driving demand for embedded software development and independent software integration expertise inside and outside of the cockpit. The way the cars are being designed and produced as well as the length of software development cycles are radically changing. Inside of the cockpit infotainment and navigation, the Human Machine Interface (HMI) features / user experience, and autonomous driving are all undergoing continuous transformation. Outside of the cockpit the disruption spans across all levels of automating the driving task, from ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) to HAD (Highly-Automated Driving) to fully autonomous. The capabilities of a car receiving over-the-air updates is increasing, allowing for a shorter time to market from design room to the end consumer. Regulation and competitive pressure from other industries place new demands on vehicle User Experiences and UTH control functions, as more and more autonomous driving features are added into the vehicles.


Sharing economy, electrification of the vehicle and overall increased presence of software in the car opens the door for relevant technologies and allows various services related to fully digital lifestyle to come into the cars of today. Thus, cloud- and diagnostics-related services have become a new catalyst for growth and IT expenditures, in this sector. Furthermore, IT expenditures in the automotive and transport industry are also increasingly driven by improving safety and complying with regulatory requirements. Ensuring safety and limiting driver distraction while improving the in-car experience is remaining one of the key priorities of OEMs and their immediate suppliers.


Digital Enterprise: Consumers of today choose providers of goods and services based on convenience, speed of service, ease of use and quality of their experiences with desired goods and services. Digitalization is becoming an important way to differentiate, become more efficient, acquire new customers, and improve our clients' output. Data is becoming a valuable source of intelligence, effective consumer targeting, and source for improvement of business outcomes. Our expertise in Internet of Things ("IoT"), Big Data, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine and Deep Learning ensures that we enable competitive differentiation for our clients across all verticals.


Luxoft Holding Inc's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Financial Services: The financial services industry is one of the most IT-intensive industries. Most of the IT services providers are concentrating their efforts within the Run the Bank (RTB) segment, which is now challenged with budget and margin pressure, and thus these providers are facing a challenging growth environment. Historically, we have been present in the less crowded and more non-discretionary Change the Bank (CTB) space, providing a wide array of services designed to achieve growth.


In order to stay competitive in an evolving marketplace, financial institutions need to invest in their IT architecture and change many legacy business processes. This enables these institutions to modernize their mostly in-house developed, vertical-specific legacy systems, which often increases the demand for managed services in front-office IT, to introduce new technologies and processes.

 

We believe the following key trends drive financial institutions' IT spending: innovation in response to digital disruption, standardization and simplification of legacy systems, and ongoing regulatory and compliance challenges:
Innovation: The financial services industry is driven by an ongoing necessity to innovate, especially with the recent digital transformation in the industry. Digital transformation provides new sources of revenue and a competitive advantage. Data-driven investment decisions, AI-powered productivity tools, Straight Through Processing (STP), automation, and other digital initiatives all work to create a streamlined client experience. Technologies such as big data, private cloud, various FinTech tools and products, UI/UX, as well as less immediate technologies, such as blockchain, machine learning, and grid computing, are becoming necessities in the modern financial services industry. These technologies require a drive towards off-the-shelf technology augmented by custom systems, creating a wealth of opportunity.


The massive proliferation of data acquisition enables advances in AI and a new paradigm in automation. Rules are not necessarily programmed into systems; Instead, systems are taught and identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention. Machines can process data far quicker than humans, findings patterns and triggers. This enables companies to analyze more complex data and deliver faster, more accurate results, providing a better a chance of identifying profitable opportunities and avoiding unknown risks.


Simplification: Banks have hundreds of applications but need to reduce the number of applications by sun-setting some legacy items. They have a dispersion of platforms with no centralized view by geography, product, or client. There is a mounting need to decrease infrastructure costs and increase computing capacity, which generates ample demand for cloud migration services to make the underlying data cheaper to maintain, and become available quickly.


Standardization: IT infrastructure and custom trading systems built in the capital markets over the last decades became quite massive in size and are difficult and expensive to maintain. The banks used to spend a lot of money on creative proprietary trading systems and efforts focused on unifying the data. At this juncture, IT operations of most banks, especially large global banks, represent a significant cost item and a burdensome legacy to carry. Thus, standard platforms, such as Murex, have started receiving an increased amount of attention. The areas of significant demand growth for standard package implementations are Capital Markets as well as wealth and asset management divisions.


Regulatory and compliance: On-going regulatory reporting, governance and compliance (GRC) challenges fueling consistent demand for data-related technologies, including big data. The regulations in the fiscal year ending March 31st, 2018 that required financial institutions to make changes to their systems were E.U.'s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MIFID II), Brexit, Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR), final minimum total loss-absorbing capacity (TLAC) standard, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and PSD.


Automotive and Transport: The rapid introduction of new electronic architecture and the separation of hardware and its functionality and software are driving demand for embedded software development and independent software integration expertise inside and outside of the cockpit. The way the cars are being designed and produced as well as the length of software development cycles are radically changing. Inside of the cockpit infotainment and navigation, the Human Machine Interface (HMI) features / user experience, and autonomous driving are all undergoing continuous transformation. Outside of the cockpit the disruption spans across all levels of automating the driving task, from ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) to HAD (Highly-Automated Driving) to fully autonomous. The capabilities of a car receiving over-the-air updates is increasing, allowing for a shorter time to market from design room to the end consumer. Regulation and competitive pressure from other industries place new demands on vehicle User Experiences and UTH control functions, as more and more autonomous driving features are added into the vehicles.


Sharing economy, electrification of the vehicle and overall increased presence of software in the car opens the door for relevant technologies and allows various services related to fully digital lifestyle to come into the cars of today. Thus, cloud- and diagnostics-related services have become a new catalyst for growth and IT expenditures, in this sector. Furthermore, IT expenditures in the automotive and transport industry are also increasingly driven by improving safety and complying with regulatory requirements. Ensuring safety and limiting driver distraction while improving the in-car experience is remaining one of the key priorities of OEMs and their immediate suppliers.


Digital Enterprise: Consumers of today choose providers of goods and services based on convenience, speed of service, ease of use and quality of their experiences with desired goods and services. Digitalization is becoming an important way to differentiate, become more efficient, acquire new customers, and improve our clients' output. Data is becoming a valuable source of intelligence, effective consumer targeting, and source for improvement of business outcomes. Our expertise in Internet of Things ("IoT"), Big Data, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine and Deep Learning ensures that we enable competitive differentiation for our clients across all verticals.








LXFT's vs. Customers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Luxoft Holding, Inc LXFT 2,020 907 57 12,800
Wintrust Financial Corp  WTFC 0 1,361 349 0
Alliancebernstein L.p. AB 8,084 2,622 185 3,600
Ameris Bancorp ABCB 3,035 605 144 1,304
Anchor Bancorp Wisconsin Inc ABCW 0 0 0 527
Allegiance Bancshares, Inc. ABTX 732 168 48 305
AMERICAN CAPITAL LTD. ACAS 0 0 0 366
Atlantic Capital Bancshares, Inc. ACBI 428 74 52 361
General Motors Financial Company, Inc. ACF 0 14,844 1,713 6,267
Atlantic Coast Financial Corp ACFC 171 33 3 190
Arch Capital Group Ltd. ACGL 16,788 6,537 1,437 2,030
Aci Worldwide, Inc. ACIW 4,005 1,069 83 3,979
Acnb Corp ACNB 253 76 24 296
Admiral Financial Corp ADFK 0 0 0 1
Astoria Financial Corp AF 2,098 392 67 1,501
Athens Bancshares Corp AFCB 0 0 0 94
Atlas Financial Holdings, Inc. AFH 7 229 -38 214
Amtrust Financial Services, Inc. AFSI 2,905 6,800 291 6,200
Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd AHL 0 2,454 -166 1,121
American International Group, Inc. AIG 48,137 50,491 2,740 65,000
Assurant, Inc. AIZ 8,629 9,083 431 17,600
Ajs Bancorp, Inc. AJSB 0 0 0 40
Allstate Corp ALL 36,950 42,684 2,805 38,800
Ally Financial Inc. ALLY 12,306 6,093 1,620 7,100
Alamogordo Financial Corp ALMG 0 0 0 97
American National Bankshares Inc. AMNB 414 86 18 303
American River Bankshares AMRB 85 24 5 100
Td Ameritrade Holding Corporation AMTD 22,304 8,319 2,208 5,690
Anchor Bancorp ANCB 63 22 2 114
Access National Corp ANCX 489 123 22 129
Artisan Partners Asset Management Inc. APAM 1,454 810 237 370
Arrow Financial Corporation AROW 540 113 36 511
Associated Banc-corp ASB 3,464 1,214 344 4,383
Asb Bancorp Inc ASBB 168 33 1 152
Ameriana Bancorp ASBI 0 0 0 171
Ameriserv Financial Inc ASRV 72 51 8 341
Ames National Corporation ATLO 256 51 17 208
Auburn National Bancorporation, Inc AUBN 150 30 9 157
Avangard Capital Group, Inc AVGC 0 0 0 1
Avenue Financial Holdings, Inc. AVNU 0 0 0 147
Allied World Assurance Co Holdings, Ag AWH 1,677 2,122 157 1,433
Axis Capital Holdings Ltd AXS 4,973 5,083 136 1,225
Bank Of America Corporation BAC 307,847 91,631 27,714 224,000
Banc Of California, Inc. BANC 460 226 42 1,679
Bancfirst Corp BANF 1,972 393 132 1,744
Banner Corporation BANR 1,918 585 150 1,918
Bay Banks Of Virginia Inc BAYK 110 37 6 134
Bbva Usa Bancshares, Inc. BBVA 0 3,233 694 10,553
Bbx Capital Corp BBX 0 0 0 514
Bcb Bancorp Inc BCBP 215 86 21 331
Bridge Bancorp, Inc. BDGE 659 157 45 433
Franklin Resources, Inc. BEN 13,817 5,775 1,206 9,300
Bankfinancial Corp BFIN 205 62 16 230
Bar Harbor Bankshares BHB 402 115 29 205
Blue Hills Bancorp, Inc. BHBK 593 82 16 209
Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc BHLB 1,645 469 97 1,221
The Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation BK 0 15,881 4,339 50,300
Bancorp Of New Jersey, Inc. BKJ 140 26 5 74
Bank Mutual Corp BKMU 499 96 16 563
Bank Of South Carolina Corp BKSC 105 20 7 81
Bankunited, inc. BKU 3,420 983 276 1,641
Blackrock Inc. BLK 76,809 14,292 4,119 13,000
Bsb Bancorp, Inc. BLMT 308 60 17 123
Bank Of Marin Bancorp BMRC 628 105 35 259
Bryn Mawr Bank Corp BMTC 788 218 60 488
Beneficial Bancorp Inc. BNCL 1,155 204 30 766
Bnc Bancorp BNCN 1,812 264 63 850
C1 Financial, Inc. BNK 0 0 0 229
Bank Of Commerce Holdings BOCH 204 57 15 168
Bank Of Hawaii Corp BOH 3,602 662 222 2,200
Bok Financial Corp Et Al BOKF 5,786 1,724 506 4,789
Bank Of The James Financial Group Inc BOTJ 66 30 6 125
Boston Private Financial Holdings Inc BPFH 970 364 92 890
Popular, Inc. BPOP 5,346 2,275 582 7,810
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. BRK 0 0 0 316,000
Brookline Bancorp inc BRKL 1,271 273 88 675
Brown & Brown, Inc. BRO 10,669 2,322 395 7,807
Bear Stearns Companies Inc. BSC 0 0 0 0
Bear State Financial, Inc. BSF 421 89 21 541
Sierra Bancorp BSRR 419 116 35 352
First Busey Corporation BUSE 1,475 381 106 795
Cordia Bancorp Inc BVA 0 0 0 55
Bankwell Financial Group, Inc. BWFG 225 58 19 123
Protective Insurance Corp BWINA 340 494 -26 438
Blackstone Group Inc BX 35,515 5,752 2,809 2,060
Bancorpsouth Inc BXS 2,999 667 94 4,002
Bay Bancorp, Inc. BYBK 285 30 5 144
Broadway Financial Corp De BYFC 45 12 0 67
Baylake Corp BYLK 0 0 0 261
Citigroup inc C 165,590 73,032 18,769 241,000
Camden National Corp CAC 686 164 56 652
Cascade Bancorp CACB 0 127 22 513
Credit Acceptance Corp CACC 8,318 1,446 646 1,425
Carolina Financial Corporation CARO 863 174 60 421
Meta Financial Group Inc CASH 1,270 315 106 638
Cathay General Bancorp CATY 2,942 626 282 1,122
Chubb Ltd CB 70,062 33,074 3,636 10,200
Colony Bankcorp Inc CBAN 149 57 10 321
Capital Bank Financial Corp. CBF 2,182 302 39 1,291
Cb Financial Services, Inc. CBFV 155 51 12 198
Consumers Bancorp Inc CBKM 52 22 5 111
Cape Bancorp, Inc. CBNJ 0 0 0 230
Capital Bancorp Inc CBNK 197 84 15 112
Commerce Bancshares, Inc. CBSH 7,253 1,294 430 4,391
Community Bank System, Inc. CBU 3,536 573 167 2,207
Capital City Bank Group Inc CCBG 495 150 28 894
Community Choice Financial Inc. CCFI 0 454 -176 3,356
Cnb Financial Corp CCNE 484 132 39 454
Central Federal Corp CFBK 61 29 8 45
Centrue Financial Corp CFCB 181 42 6 214
C & F Financial Corp CFFI 182 101 18 598
Capitol Federal Financial, Inc. CFFN 1,963 228 93 691
Citizens Financial Group Inc CFG 17,454 5,949 1,746 17,000
California First National Bancorp CFNB 175 24 8 107
Cardinal Financial Corp CFNL 0 0 0 851
Cullen CFR 5,960 1,329 459 4,211
Carlyle Group L.p. CG 3,546 3,068 1,152 1,700
City Holding Company CHCO 1,307 219 76 853
Cheviot Financial Corp. CHEV 0 0 0 89
Chemical Financial Corporation CHFC 3,048 759 277 2,100
Charter Financial Corp CHFN 383 75 16 267
Chemung Financial Corp CHMG 220 75 17 377
Cifc Llc CIFC 0 0 0 82
Cincinnati Financial Corp CINF 17,854 8,397 919 4,305
Civista Bancshares, Inc. CIVB 362 108 33 326
Citizens Holding Co CIZN 101 33 6 236
Carolina Bank Holdings Inc CLBH 0 0 0 192
Cortland Bancorp Inc CLDB 96 28 7 148
Comerica Incorporated CMA 10,221 3,321 1,239 8,876
Community First Inc CMFT 0 20 4 106
Commercial Bancshares Inc Oh CMOH 0 0 0 72
Community Bancorp CMTV 84 31 9 127
Century Bancorp Inc CNBKA 484 111 39 374
Conifer Holdings, Inc. CNFR 38 95 -10 133
Cincinnati Bancorp CNNB 28 10 2 29
Congaree Bancshares Inc CNRB 0 0 0 20
Cohen & Steers Inc CNS 3,171 413 134 275
Communityone Bancorp COB 0 0 0 544
Cobiz Financial Inc COBZ 926 135 27 532
Capital one financial corp COF 45,862 22,427 5,681 46,000
Choiceone Financial Services Inc COFS 110 30 6 151
Columbia Banking System, Inc. COLB 2,873 575 189 1,868
Cowen Inc. COWN 464 1,028 33 769
Central Pacific Financial Corp CPF 846 219 61 876
Carroll Bancorp, Inc. CROL 0 0 0 26
Credit Suisse Group Ag CS 34,224 20,920 2,011 48,200
Clifton Bancorp Inc. CSBK 331 32 5 111
Cornerstone Bancshares Inc CSBQ 0 0 0 225
Centerstate Bank Corporation CSFL 3,314 667 199 784
Community Shores Bank Corp CSHB 0 0 0 51
Community Trust Bancorp Inc CTBI 786 189 64 984
Customers Bancorp, Inc. CUBI 764 287 49 517
Reliant Bancorp, Inc. CUBN 285 63 10 226
China United Insurance Service, Inc. CUII 88 82 6 2,239
Cu Bancorp CUNB 662 115 32 265
Cvb Financial Corp CVBF 2,988 491 200 100
Central Valley Community Bancorp CVCY 281 77 22 282
Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc CVLY 222 76 21 256
Coastway Bancorp, Inc. CWAY 115 27 2 135
Community West Bancshares CWBC 91 36 7 107
City National Corp CYN 0 0 0 3,570
Citizens Bancshares Corp CZBS 0 0 0 97
Citizens First Corp CZFC 65 19 5 98
Citizens Financial Services Inc CZFS 207 56 19 229
Citizens & Northern Corp CZNC 359 71 21 283
Citizens Community Bancorp Inc. CZWI 132 50 7 173
Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated DBD 598 4,547 -373 16,000
Dcb Financial Corp DCBF 0 0 0 164
Dime Community Bancshares Inc DCOM 715 143 42 340
Donegal Group Inc DGICB 0 798 18 0
Dnb Financial Corp DNBF 200 42 11 118
Eagle Bancorp Montana, Inc. EBMT 130 56 10 165
Meridian Bancorp, Inc. EBSB 1,027 180 62 396
Enterprise Bancorp Inc EBTC 363 126 32 426
Enterprise Financial Services Corp EFSC 1,211 266 87 459
Eagle Financial Services Inc EFSI 108 37 9 108
Eagle Bancorp, Inc. EGBN 1,536 337 148 434
Edgewater Bancorp, Inc. EGDW 0 0 0 36
Eureka Financial Corp. EKFC 0 7 2 18
Emclaire Financial Corp EMCF 89 33 7 122
Emc Insurance Group Inc. EMCI 780 722 32 1
Embassy Bancorp, Inc. EMYB 128 35 11 76
Enb Financial Corp ENBP 116 46 11 239
Entegra Financial Corp. ENFC 213 56 14 219
Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. ENH 0 2,539 283 1,154
Enova International, Inc. ENVA 777 1,221 96 1,132
Bottomline Technologies Inc EPAY 1,981 428 9 1,600
Equity Bancshares Inc EQBK 445 133 25 297
Equitable Financial Corp. EQFN 39 11 1 62
Enstar Group Ltd ESGR 4,384 1,978 432 1,327
Essent Group Ltd. ESNT 5,279 832 537 366
Essa Bancorp, Inc. ESSA 178 53 12 248
Community Bankers Trust Corp ESXB 198 55 15 236
Energy Transfer Lp ET 30,176 956 2,369 0
E*trade Financial Corporation ETFC 10,606 2,907 1,048 3,221
Eaton Vance Corp EV 5,454 1,685 419 1,473
Evans Bancorp Inc EVBN 201 69 18 258
Eastern Virginia Bankshares Inc EVBS 196 53 7 311
Everquote, Inc. EVER 811 215 -53 3,000
Evercore Inc. EVR 3,243 2,138 420 1,400
East West Bancorp, inc. EWBC 6,559 1,559 659 2,833
First Acceptance Corp FAC 34 348 -9 1,400
Flagstar Bancorp, Inc. FBC 2,076 1,093 226 2,731
First Business Financial Services, Inc. FBIZ 211 88 22 258
First Bancshares Inc FBMS 570 136 39 295
First Bancorp FBNC 1,129 0 76 0
First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc. FBNK 182 94 17 343
Fauquier Bankshares, Inc. FBSS 76 30 7 139
First Capital Inc FCAP 203 35 10 167
Fcb Financial Holdings, Inc. FCB 1,598 330 126 649
First Community Bankshares Inc FCBC 491 118 39 673
First Community Corp FCCO 150 48 11 186
1st Constitution Bancorp FCCY 169 52 14 169
First Commonwealth Financial Corp FCF 1,401 331 104 1,210
First Community Financial Partners, Inc. FCFP 235 44 12 108
First Clover Leaf Financial Corp. FCLF 0 0 0 91
First Citizens Bancshares Inc FCNCA 5,803 1,634 438 5,734
1st Century Bancshares, Inc. FCTY 0 0 0 80
First Capital Bancorp, Inc. FCVA 0 0 0 95
Fidelity D & D Bancorp Inc FDBC 250 40 12 164
First Defiance Financial Corp FDEF 607 154 49 586
First Financial Bancorp FFBC 2,382 584 204 1,471
1st Franklin Financial Corporation FFC 4 276 14 1
Fastfunds Financial Corp FFFC 0 0 0 36
Flushing Financial Corporation FFIC 608 168 47 427
First Financial Bankshares Inc FFIN 4,634 386 162 1,270
Farmers Capital Bank Corp FFKT 428 79 14 501
First Federal Of Northern Michigan Bancorp, Inc. FFNM 0 0 0 83
First Financial Northwest, Inc. FFNW 143 43 10 107
First Foundation Inc. FFWM 722 204 53 295
First Guaranty Bancshares, Inc. FGBI 173 61 13 267
First Interstate Bancsystem, Inc. FIBK 2,733 604 161 1,742
Fortress Investment Group Llc FIG 3,960 1,438 638 3,325
Federated Investors, Inc. FII 3,388 1,280 254 1,435
First Farmers & Merchants Corp FIME 0 0 0 226
Financial Institutions Inc FISI 512 164 47 691
Fifth Third Bancorp FITB 21,950 7,322 2,247 18,351
First Keystone Corp FKYS 130 34 10 177
The First Of Long Island Corporation FLIC 599 108 42 302
First Mid Bancshares, Inc. FMBH 588 168 44 513
First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. FMBI 2,361 663 188 1,790
F&m Bank Corp FMBM 90 34 6 168
First Marblehead Corp FMD 0 50 -40 262
Farmers National Banc Corp FMNB 419 103 33 432
Fnb Corp FNB 4,018 1,155 390 2,747
First Nbc Bank Holding Co FNBC 0 0 0 486
Fncb Bancorp, Inc. FNCB 166 40 9 269
First Niagara Financial Group Inc FNFG 0 1,326 255 5,428
Financial Engines, Inc. FNGN 2,900 520 52 527
Fednat holding company FNHC 181 402 15 297
First Bancorp, Inc FNLC 305 64 26 783
First Northern Community Bancorp FNRN 141 53 14 212
First Northwest Bancorp FNWB 174 44 9 157
Four Oaks Fincorp Inc FOFN 125 31 8 179
Franklin Financial Services Corp FRAF 157 55 16 250
Republic First Bancorp Inc FRBK 248 100 3 277
First Merchants Corp FRME 2,045 419 163 1,529
Fifth Street Asset Management Inc. FSAM 24 49 -29 70
Fsb Bancorp, Inc. FSBC 0 10 0 0
First South Bancorp Inc FSBK 178 48 9 298
Fs Bancorp, Inc. FSBW 269 95 29 239
First Savings Financial Group Inc FSFG 150 69 15 148
First Security Group Inc FSGI 0 0 0 268
Fulton Financial Corp FULT 0 833 6 3,460
First United Corp FUNC 171 61 13 364
First West Virginia Bancorp Inc FWV 0 0 0 98
Fox Chase Bancorp Inc FXCB 0 0 0 126
First National Corp FXNC 97 36 9 187
German American Bancorp, Inc. GABC 900 179 54 596
B. Riley Financial, Inc. GAMR 0 0 0 217
Glacier Bancorp Inc GBCI 3,731 581 200 2,245
Gamco Investors, Inc. Et Al GBL 479 290 81 168
Global Indemnity Ltd GBLI 370 542 -32 460
Guaranty Bancorp GBNK 435 77 14 376
Gain Capital Holdings, Inc. GCAP 156 151 -32 772
Greene County Bancorp Inc GCBC 236 49 19 124
General Electric Co GE 99,470 112,755 -4,774 305,000
General Electric Capital Corp GEH 0 44,497 5,948 47,000
Argentum 47, Inc. GEQU 9 0 -5 10
Guaranty Federal Bancshares Inc GFED 109 41 11 138
Glen Burnie Bancorp GLBZ 34 14 2 93
Credit Suisse Ag GLDI 0 0 0 48,200
Green Bancorp, Inc. GNBC 642 147 36 353
Genworth Financial Inc GNW 1,989 8,393 179 5,300
U S Global Investors Inc GROW 23 0 -6 40
Goldman Sachs Group Inc GS 81,781 33,720 9,087 34,000
Triple-s Management Corp GTS 472 3,201 16 3,257
Georgetown Bancorp, Inc. GTWN 0 11 0 45
Great Western Bancorp, Inc. GWB 1,959 437 159 1,475
Hanmi Financial Corporation HAFC 594 184 45 609
Homeowners Of America Holding Corp HAHC 0 0 0 56
Hallmark Financial Services Inc HALL 340 442 28 411
Huntington Bancshares Inc HBAN 15,496 4,373 1,442 11,873
Home Bancorp, Inc. HBCP 355 99 31 143
Hills Bancorporation HBIA 603 118 43 391
Hamilton Bancorp, Inc. HBK 51 15 -6 61
Highlands Bankshares Inc HBKA 0 23 3 211
Howard Bancorp Inc HBMD 320 83 11 253
Horizon Bancorp Inc HBNC 837 177 54 558
Hudson City Bancorp Inc HCBK 0 1,681 185 1,507
Hcsb Financial Corp HCFB 60 28 24 90
Hci Group, Inc. HCI 358 232 12 225
Hi-crush Inc. HCR 94 3,063 -5 0
Heritage Oaks Bancorp HEOP 0 0 0 283
Hopfed Bancorp Inc HFBC 123 36 5 243
Home Federal Bancorp, Inc. Of Louisiana HFBL 67 17 5 58
Hf Financial Corp HFFC 0 9 6 271
Heritage Financial Corp HFWA 1,043 230 65 717
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc HIG 22,533 18,955 1,801 17,500
Horace Mann Educators Corporation HMN 1,849 1,378 131 1,350
Hmn Financial Inc HMNF 95 39 9 194
Xenith Bankshares, Inc. HMPR 0 101 68 533
Homestreet, Inc. HMST 849 332 20 2,139
Hometown Bankshares Corp HMTA 84 21 3 96
Hennessy Advisors Inc HNNA 92 49 14 21
Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc. HRTG 409 498 20 247
Hometrust Bancshares, Inc. HTBI 461 127 28 475
Heritage Commerce Corp HTBK 542 138 48 260
Hilltop Holdings Inc. HTH 2,297 1,512 166 5,300
Heartland Financial Usa, Inc. HTLF 1,687 525 143 1,799
Hawthorn Bancshares, Inc. HWBK 153 55 15 313
Home Bancorp Wisconsin, Inc. HWIS 9 5 0 36
Independent Bank Corp IBCP 513 162 42 1,051
Iberiabank Corp IBKC 3,892 1,149 432 3,084
Independent Bank Group, Inc. IBTX 2,437 518 176 587
County Bancorp, Inc. ICBK 165 52 16 97
Independence Bancshares, Inc. IEBS 3 3 -2 30
First Internet Bancorp INBK 223 70 23 152
Independent Bank Corp. INDB 2,927 438 129 1,051
Intl Fcstone Inc. INTL 744 21,070 56 1,231
Infinity Property & Casualty Corp IPCC 1,658 1,345 33 2,300
If Bancorp, Inc. IROQ 74 22 4 97
Isabella Bank Corp ISBA 190 61 16 374
Investors Bancorp, Inc. ISBC 3,186 667 180 1,712
Investar Holding Corp ISTR 255 66 17 168
Invesco Ltd. IVZ 7,740 5,332 629 6,264
Jacksonville Bancorp Inc JAXB 0 0 0 69
Jmp Group Llc JMP 61 111 0 247
Jones Financial Companies Lllp JNFC 0 9,988 794 41,000
Janus Capital Group Inc JNS 2,629 1,522 122 1,209
Jpmorgan Chase & Co JPM 423,028 105,099 31,663 241,359
James River Group Holdings, Ltd. JRVR 1,103 874 74 367
Juniata Valley Financial Corp JUVF 104 26 6 105
Jacksonville Bancorp, Inc. JXSB 61 15 2 86
Kcg Holdings, Inc. KCG 1,353 1,364 222 1,006
Keycorp KEY 18,893 5,988 1,732 13,853
Kentucky First Federal Bancorp KFFB 60 10 1 69
Kkr Financial Holdings Llc KFH 0 546 293 1
Kingsway Financial Services Inc. KFS 46 192 -12 305
Kingstone Companies, Inc. KINS 82 138 -8 69
Kkr & co. inc. KKR 16,696 2,980 2,255 1,196
Kemper Corporation KMPR 4,909 3,328 376 5,600
Kearny Financial Corp. KRNY 1,193 165 42 424
Kentucky Bancshares Inc KTYB 138 49 13 243
Loews Corp L 15,148 14,342 449 17,510
Landmark Bancorp Inc LARK 105 43 10 291
Lazard Ltd LAZ 4,391 2,658 392 2,610
Lakeland Bancorp, Inc LBAI 865 207 65 551
Lendingclub Corporation LC 1,173 754 -121 1,382
Lcnb Corp. LCNB 233 65 19 280
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. LEH 0 0 0 0
Fidelity Southern Corp LION 861 274 38 1,242
Lakeland Financial Corporation LKFN 1,211 196 86 518
Legg Mason, Inc. LM 3,486 2,846 336 2,979
Lnb Bancorp Inc LNBB 0 0 0 272
Lincoln National Corporation LNC 11,222 17,444 853 9,627
Live Oak Bancshares, Inc. LOB 753 178 32 327
Lpl Financial Holdings Inc. LPLA 7,611 5,453 505 3,410
Laporte Bancorp, Inc. LPSB 0 0 0 102
Lake Sunapee Bank Group LSBG 0 0 0 288
Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. LTS 515 1,442 38 1,307
Legacytexas Financial Group, Inc. LTXB 2,050 356 157 824
Lazard Group Llc LZD 0 2,636 425 2,610
Middlefield Banc Corp. MBCN 78 45 13 143
Mb Bancorp Inc MBCQ 28 5 2 36
Mbia Inc MBI 762 224 -123 252
Mbt Financial Corp MBTF 231 50 10 294
Merchants Bancshares Inc MBVT 0 0 0 291
Mercantile Bank Corporation MBWM 583 141 44 558
Macatawa Bank Corp MCBC 364 82 31 342
Madison County Financial, Inc. MCBK 0 0 0 51
Mercury General Corporation MCY 2,728 3,801 207 4,500
Medley Management Inc. MDLY 17 51 15 80
Mellon Financial Corporation MEL 0 0 0 0
Melrose Bancorp, Inc. MELR 41 8 2 26
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. MER 0 0 0 0
Merriman Holdings, Inc MERR 0 0 0 31
Metlife Inc MET 46,610 65,750 6,108 66,000
Metro Bancorp, Inc. METR 0 0 0 878
Mackinac Financial Corp MFNC 167 59 14 173
Mutualfirst Financial Inc MFSF 344 85 22 391
Magyar Bancorp, Inc. MGYR 70 22 3 89
MARSHALL & ILSLEY CORPORATION MI 0 0 0 0
Markel Corporation MKL 16,547 7,988 535 10,600
Malvern Bancorp, Inc. MLVF 176 29 10 71
Mma Capital Holdings, Inc. MMAC 193 70 63 55
Manning & Napier, Inc. MN 26 145 17 474
Monarch Financial Holdings, Inc. MNRK 0 0 0 643
Midwestone Financial Group, Inc. MOFG 516 137 34 648
Mid Penn Bancorp Inc MPB 226 79 18 229
Morgan Stanley MS 80,781 38,950 8,426 55,802
Msb Financial Corp MSBF 82 19 5 49
Mainsource Financial Group MSFG 1,058 195 49 841
Midsouth Bancorp Inc MSL 191 57 -36 536
M&t Bank Corp MTB 22,113 6,001 1,945 14,609
Mvb Financial Corp MVBF 248 115 26 371
Mw Bancorp, Inc. MWBC 26 4 1 12
National Interstate Corp NATL 0 0 0 715
Navigators Group Inc NAVG 2,090 1,527 2 675
Navient Corp NAVI 3,251 1,690 498 7,300
Newbridge Bancorp NBBC 0 0 0 487
National Bank Holdings Corp NBHC 1,094 271 78 956
Northeast Bancorp NBN 205 65 19 174
Nbt Bancorp Inc NBTB 1,784 410 117 1,721
NATIONAL CITY CORP. NCC 0 0 0 0
National Commerce Corp NCOM 685 119 25 289
Drive Shack Inc. NCT 0 270 -43 4,400
Newstar Financial, Inc. NEWS 489 89 20 122
NORTH FORK BANCORPORATION, INC. NFB 0 0 0 0
National General Holdings Corp. NGHC 2,475 4,997 321 4,630
Nicolet Bankshares Inc NICO 0 0 0 280
National Bankshares Inc NKSH 281 45 18 225
Nelnet, Inc NNI 2,519 -72 122 3,400
Noah Holdings Ltd NOAH 863 978 117 2,688
National Penn Bancshares Inc NPBC 0 0 0 1,606
Northrim Bancorp Inc NRIM 262 101 21 411
National Security Group Inc NSEC 31 66 1 1
Northern Trust Corporation NTRS 22,706 6,047 1,531 15,400
Naugatuck Valley Financial Corp NVSL 0 0 0 113
New Bancorp, Inc. NWBB 18,795 6 1 26
Norwood Financial Corp NWFL 219 43 14 136
Northwest Indiana Bancorp NWIN 155 50 11 179
New Peoples Bankshares Inc NWPP 45 32 2 242
Oaktree Capital Group, Llc OAKXXA 0 1,378 403 0
Onebeacon Insurance Group, Ltd. OB 1,734 1,242 147 1,150
Oceanfirst Financial Corp OCFC 1,228 288 95 336
Oconee Federal Financial Corp. OFED 131 17 4 81
Ofg Bancorp OFG 1,095 328 80 1,466
Southwest Bancorp Inc OKSB 534 96 22 412
Old Line Bancshares Inc OLBK 498 108 36 233
Brightsphere Investment Group Plc OMAM 1,501 886 137 1,163
On Deck Capital, Inc. ONDK 337 442 29 638
Optimumbank Holdings, Inc. OPHC 6 3 -1 17
Old Point Financial Corp OPOF 134 46 7 296
Old Republic International Corporation ORI 6,896 6,565 674 8,200
Oritani Financial Corp. ORIT 839 104 51 209
Orrstown Financial Services, Inc. ORRF 243 92 14 294
Old Second Bancorp Inc OSBC 380 129 39 450
Ocean Shore Holding Co. OSHC 0 0 0 155
On Track Innovations Ltd OTIV 7 17 -4 120
Ottawa Bancorp Inc OTTW 42 11 2 42
Ohio Valley Banc Corp OVBC 173 48 8 248
Oak Valley Bancorp OVLY 142 45 12 167
Bank Of The Ozarks Inc OZRK 1,556 253 87 1,642
Verifone Systems, Inc. PAY 2,545 1,819 -78 5,900
Prosperity Bancshares Inc PB 4,791 735 330 3,037
Polonia Bancorp Inc PBCP 0 0 0 49
People‚??s United Financial, Inc. PBCT 6,410 1,671 498 4,856
Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. PBHC 61 30 4 118
Prudential Bancorp, Inc. PBIP 161 27 9 67
Poage Bankshares, Inc. PBSK 83 15 -3 104
Pacific Continental Corp PCBK 642 101 29 322
Peoples Bancorp Of North Carolina Inc PEBK 175 62 15 284
Peoples Bancorp Inc. PEBO 637 122 41 817
Premier Financial Bancorp Inc PFBI 255 73 24 344
Peoples Financial Corp PFBX 58 23 0 161
Principal Financial Group, inc PFG 15,252 15,946 1,361 14,873
Peoples Financial Services Corp. PFIS 363 86 27 348
Provident Financial Services, Inc. PFS 1,614 358 131 951
Peapack Gladstone Financial Corp PGC 584 166 46 316
Prime Global Capital Group Inc PGCG 77 2 1 13
Progressive Corp PGR 41,579 34,000 2,870 26,501
1347 Property Insurance Holdings, Inc. PIH 28 109 -7 22
Piper Jaffray Companies PJC 1,069 818 78 1,192
Pjt Partners Inc. PJT 1,053 644 38 353
Parke Bancorp, Inc. PKBK 251 57 30 65
Plumas Bancorp PLBC 126 44 15 151
Palmetto Bancshares Inc PLMT 0 0 0 286
Pilgrim Bancshares, Inc. PLRM 48 8 1 34
Pacific Mercantile Bancorp PMBC 168 50 10 156
Prime Meridian Holding Co PMHG 63 16 4 56
Patriot National Bancorp Inc PNBK 33 25 -1 95
Pnc Financial Services Group, Inc. PNC 68,641 17,422 5,396 53,587
Pacific Premier Bancorp Inc PPBI 1,949 475 147 332
Proassurance Corporation PRA 2,036 925 47 938
Park National Corporation PRK 1,669 365 101 1,793
Provident Financial Holdings Inc PROV 168 47 5 528
Prudential Financial Inc PRU 38,525 64,623 3,462 48,331
Pb Bancorp, Inc. PSBH 0 20 5 0
Park Sterling Corp PSTB 689 137 28 493
Peoples Utah Bancorp PUB 559 116 43 362
Pulaski Financial Corp PULB 0 16 2 509
Provident Bancorp, Inc. PVBC 110 40 11 97
Privatebancorp, Inc PVTB 5,031 505 123 1,219
Penns Woods Bancorp inc PWOD 219 59 17 308
Pzena Investment Management, Inc. PZN 645 149 63 88
Qc Holdings, Inc. QCCO 0 0 0 1,244
Qcr Holdings Inc QCRH 658 217 57 406
Qnb Corp QNBC 133 41 12 172
Quaint Oak Bancorp Inc QNTO 27 13 2 52
Republic Bancorp Inc RBCAA 959 272 83 785
Sb Financial Group, Inc. RBNF 0 0 0 214
Royal Bancshares Of Pennsylvania Inc RBPAA 129 30 12 119
Rcs Capital Corp RCAP 0 0 0 1,942
Resource America, Inc. REXI 0 0 0 704
Regions Financial Corporation RF 16,749 5,465 1,754 23,723
B. Riley Financial, Inc. RILY 797 590 55 217
River Valley Bancorp RIVR 0 0 0 121
Rli Corp RLI 4,424 911 118 902
Regional Management Corp. RM 381 341 40 1,421
Renasant Corp RNST 2,045 597 174 1,996
Riverview Bancorp Inc RVSB 166 58 17 229
Safeco Corporation SAFC 0 0 0 0
Safety Insurance Group, inc. SAFT 1,500 857 90 622
Salisbury Bancorp Inc SAL 114 43 11 158
Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc. SASR 1,260 322 113 737
Sb One Bancorp SBBX 216 63 17 119
Seacoast Banking Corporation Of Florida SBCF 1,520 286 88 665
Sunshine Bancorp, Inc. SBCP 181 35 4 128
Southeastern Bank Financial Corp SBFC 0 64 16 346
Southside Bancshares Inc SBSI 1,210 206 75 683
Sbt Bancorp, Inc. SBTB 71 17 2 89
Santander Consumer Usa Holdings Inc. SC 8,365 9,158 955 5,100
Sculptor Capital Management, Inc. SCU 0 501 -52 0
Sei Investments Company SEIC 9,681 1,632 489 2,969
Sound Financial Bancorp, Inc. SFBC 93 32 7 98
Servisfirst Bancshares, Inc. SFBS 1,965 278 144 371
Security Federal Corporation SFDL 110 37 8 190
Safeguard Scientifics Inc SFE 243 60 39 30
Simmons First National Corp SFNC 2,395 673 479 1,946
Southern First Bancshares Inc SFST 330 78 26 167
Southwest Georgia Financial Corp SGB 52 24 5 107
Shore Bancshares Inc SHBI 209 54 25 283
State Investors Bancorp, Inc. SIBC 0 0 0 30
Siebert Financial Corp SIEB 284 27 10 43
Si Financial Group, Inc. SIFI 172 55 12 253
Svb Financial Group SIVB 12,241 2,978 1,184 2,089
Select Bancorp, Inc. SLCT 228 52 14 153
Slm Corp SLM 3,666 1,338 584 1,000
Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc. SMBC 336 111 30 289
Smartfinancial Inc. SMBK 311 94 26 225
Summit Financial Group Inc SMMF 326 93 31 231
Sun Bancorp Inc SNBC 470 74 62 362
State National Companies, Inc. SNC 908 237 55 400
Sunnyside Bancorp, Inc. SNNY 9 2 0 15
Synovus Financial Corp SNV 5,978 1,511 495 4,511
Southcoast Financial Corp SOCB 0 0 0 85
Southern National Bancorp Of Virginia Inc SONA 389 96 32 181
SOVEREIGN BANCORP, INC. SOV 0 0 0 0
Santander Holdings Usa, Inc. SOVxC 0 7,695 1,051 15,150
Square 1 Financial Inc SQBK 0 0 0 258
1st Source Corp SRCE 1,306 307 92 1,150
Surrey Bancorp SRYB 0 0 0 64
South State Corp SSB 2,775 631 186 2,058
Stewardship Financial Corp SSFN 137 32 7 121
Sunshine Financial, Inc. SSNF 0 5 0 47
S&t Bancorp Inc STBA 1,292 275 103 1,067
State Bank Financial Corp STBZ 822 236 52 664
State Auto Financial Corporation STFC 1,473 1,307 30 2,065
Suntrust Banks, Inc. STI 31,707 11,196 2,558 26,281
State Street Corp STT 27,094 12,046 2,402 29,970
Suffolk Bancorp SUBK 0 0 0 337
Sugar Creek Financial Corp. SUGR 0 0 0 18
Severn Bancorp Inc SVBI 107 42 10 152
Swk Holdings Corp SWKH 174 28 20 3
Stock Yards Bancorp, Inc. SYBT 926 170 64 555
Bancorp, Inc. TBBK 631 233 57 762
Triumph Bancorp, Inc. TBK 840 275 60 500
T Bancshares, Inc. TBNC 0 0 0 39
Territorial Bancorp Inc. TBNK 284 66 22 269
Tcf Financial Corp TCB 0 1,336 307 6,755
Trico Bancshares TCBK 1,188 310 92 1,011
Community Financial Corp TCFC 189 55 15 171
Tidelands Bancshares Inc TDBK 0 0 0 79
Tfs Financial Corporation TFSL 5,465 -154 80 896
First Financial Corp THFF 579 153 46 896
Hanover Insurance Group, Inc. THG 5,372 4,267 439 4,800
Tiptree Inc. TIPT 263 717 16 929
Tompkins Financial Corp TMP 1,314 284 80 998
Two River Bancorp TRCB 184 42 11 143
Lendingtree, inc. TREE 5,413 1,054 13 312
Price T Rowe Group Inc TROW 29,630 5,522 1,955 5,870
Trustco Bank Corp N Y TRST 848 178 60 787
Travelers Companies, inc. TRV 35,107 31,314 2,370 30,200
Tristate Capital Holdings, Inc. TSC 695 177 61 192
Mufg Americas Holdings Corporation UB 0 5,475 -627 12,400
United Bancorp Inc UBCP 71 24 6 111
United Security Bancshares UBFO 174 44 16 129
United Financial Bancorp, Inc. UBNK 715 210 38 697
United Bancshares Inc UBOH 69 40 9 151
Union Bankshares Inc UBSH 158 39 7 188
United Bankshares Inc UBSI 4,019 705 261 1,701
United Community Banks, Inc. UCBI 2,508 555 180 1,883
United Community Financial Corp UCFC 538 114 39 428
United Fire Group Inc UFCS 1,099 1,154 22 1,057
United Insurance Holdings Corp. UIHC 543 788 -32 119
Umb Financial Corp UMBF 3,229 993 203 3,830
Umpqua Holdings Corporation UMPQ 3,598 1,182 351 4,491
Unico American Corp UNAM 34 31 -1 86
Unity Bancorp Inc UNTY 245 64 23 150
Us Bancorp De USB 94,883 21,362 7,220 66,750
United Bancshares Inc USBI 0 4 0 173
Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. UVE 1,035 893 108 392
Univest Financial Corporation UVSP 762 225 69 717
Uwharrie Capital Corp UWHR 42 30 4 156
Virginia National Bankshares Corp VABK 100 26 7 94
Village Bank & Trust Financial Corp. VBFC 51 25 4 157
Veritex Holdings, inc. VBTX 1,338 251 72 145
Frelii, Inc. VCAN 0 0 -6 1
Viking Energy Group, Inc. VKIN 16 11 -16 5
Valley National Bancorp VLY 3,971 1,066 349 2,929
Voya Financial, Inc. VOYA 8,297 8,962 640 7,000
Veritec Inc VRTC 2 0 -1 3
Virtus Investment Partners, Inc. VRTS 956 577 77 426
Westamerica Bancorporation WABC 1,769 210 77 813
Washington Federal Inc WAFD 2,942 543 209 1,838
Western Alliance Bancorporation WAL 5,280 1,054 490 1,446
Washington Trust Bancorp Inc WASH 917 196 69 582
Wayne Savings Bancshares Inc WAYN 62 13 3 104
Westbury Bancorp, Inc. WBB 135 23 0 128
Wilson Bank Holding Co WBHC 0 116 77 446
Wolverine Bancorp, Inc. WBKC 0 15 0 40
Webster Financial Corporation WBS 4,415 1,207 391 2,946
Waddell & Reed Financial Inc WDR 1,186 1,072 147 1,691
Wellesley Bancorp, Inc. WEBK 84 29 6 63
Wells Financial Corp WEFP 0 0 0 76
West End Indiana Bancshares, Inc. WEIN 35 12 1 70
Wisdomtree Investments, Inc. WETF 853 274 38 177
Washingtonfirst Bankshares, Inc. WFBI 465 90 20 220
Wells Fargo & Company WFC 237,060 83,619 22,209 264,900
Western New England Bancorp, Inc. WFD 0 65 14 164
Westwood Holdings Group, Inc. WHG 261 91 13 168
Wilshire Bancorp Inc WIBC 0 0 0 583
Wright Investors Service Holdings, Inc. WISH 8 5 -2 28
W. R. Berkley Corp WRB 13,257 7,878 700 7,621
World Acceptance Corp WRLD 818 560 67 3,345
Wesbanco Inc WSBC 2,047 495 166 1,633
Waterstone Financial, Inc. WSBF 490 176 33 770
Wsfs Financial Corporation WSFS 2,301 549 132 947
West Bancorporation Inc WTBA 394 72 28 174
White Mountains Insurance Group, Ltd WTM 3,414 1,292 228 2,973
Wvs Financial Corp WVFC 28 8 3 27
Xenith Bankshares, Inc. XBKS 0 0 0 121
Xl Group Ltd XL 15,041 11,388 -543 4,663
Alleghany Corp Y 11,106 7,967 150 3,135
Yadkin Financial Corporation YDKN 0 85 19 786
Zais Group Holdings, Inc. ZAIS 88 31 -1 77
Black Creek Diversified Property Fund Inc. ZDPFEX 0 189 96 1
Zions Bancorporation, National Association ZION 9,306 2,804 860 10,462
SUBTOTAL 3,158,541 1,569,351 260,386 3,248,133


             
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