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Mid Penn Bancorp Repurchases Entire $10 Mln Of Preferred Stock - Quick Facts

12/28/2012 2:48 PM ET

Mid Penn Bancorp Inc. (MPB: Quote) announced that it has repurchased and redeemed all of its Series A Preferred Stock that was issued to the U.S. Treasury under the TARP Capital Purchase Program.

Mid Penn said it repurchased the preferred stock for a price equal to the aggregate liquidation amount of $10 million, plus accrued but unpaid dividends of $59,722.22.

The redemption will eliminate approximately $500,000 in annual preferred dividends Mid Penn has paid on the preferred stock since its issuance.

In conjunction with Mid Penn's participation in TARP, in 2008 it issued to the U.S. Treasury a warrant to purchase up to 73,099 shares of common stock. Currently, Mid Penn intends to repurchase this warrant from the U.S. Treasury.

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