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ABOUT US

Our banking subsidiary, Seacoast National Bank, was chartered in 1926 and today operates 46 offices, 55 ATMS and 5 Accelerate business offices in 15 counties along Florida’s east coast and central region. With approximately $3.0 billion in assets, Seacoast ranks among the largest publicly traded community banks based in the state of Florida (NASDAQ: SBCF).



We provide a full range of banking and investment services to businesses and consumers, including personal and business deposit products, internet and mobile banking, personal, commercial and mortgage loans, wealth management services, and treasury management solutions—delivered conveniently and with a personal touch. Headquartered in Stuart, Seacoast is the leader in bank deposit market share in Martin County, the Port St. Lucie Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), and Okeechobee County, and closely rivals the market penetration of its mega bank competitors in its other principal markets. Seacoast operates in some of the wealthiest markets in Florida which provides an ideal environment for the financial products and services we offer.

In recent years, the markets we serve have been transformed due to the real estate collapse, national recession and credit crisis that followed, which caused most of our community bank competitors to fail or be acquired by larger banks. Now, large mega banks are our principal competition. We believe this market transformation has created more opportunity to expand our market share by delivering on our value proposition of providing distinctive customer service and investing in our communities.

Today, the banking industry is undergoing a new transformation created by customer pursuit of convenience, better data analytics and distribution channel evolution. These forces are reshaping the landscape and challenging the traditional community bank model. Smaller banks have done little to integrate digital technology and most are still executing branch-based business models. Seacoast, on the other hand, is refining its business model, reducing its fixed costs and investing in technology and other distribution channels.

One of our new distribution channels is Accelerate, an innovative small business platform. With offices located in growing metro markets, Accelerate is solution-based channel which integrates Seacoast’s business, internet and mobile banking services.

Seacoast’s history of expansion and acquisitions of like-minded institutions began in 1985, when we first expanded outside of Martin County, entering Port St. Lucie. This city is contiguous with northern Martin County and is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. An aggressive expansion into Indian River County followed in 1998.

In 2000, Seacoast National established its marine lending division, Seacoast Marine Finance, which specializes in financing for boats, yachts and recreational vehicles. Headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, the division also has offices in California and Seattle.

In 2002, we grew our footprint into Palm Beach County. Palm Beach County is a natural channel for our future expansion, being a contiguous market south of Martin County with tremendous growth opportunities.

Seacoast entered the Orlando market in 2005 with the acquisition of Century National Bank, adding three locations in Orange and Seminole Counties, $107 million in loans and $304 million in deposits.

This was quickly followed by our merger with Big Lake National Bank in 2006. As a result of the Big Lake merger, Seacoast added offices in Okeechobee, Arcadia, Clewiston, LaBelle, Lake Placid, and Moore Haven, as well as $324 million in assets, $206 million in loans and $298 million in deposits.

Most recently, we closed our acquisition of The BANKshares, Inc. and its subsidiary BankFIRST, headquartered in Winter Park, Florida, in October 2014. The merger added 12 branches in the Orlando market and the Space Coast, $670 million in assets and $506 million in deposits. Moreover, the acquisition enhanced Seacoast’s already strong customer base and strengthened its concentration of owner-occupied commercial loans.

Looking forward, we will continue to grow our retail franchise by offering a unique combination of customer convenience and accessibility offered by large banks and other service providers, enhanced by our promise to deliver distinctive person-to-person interactions and old-fashioned customer service and to invest back into our communities. It’s what we believe people want: a team of local advisors with decision-making capabilities who are part of the communities they serve and are responsive to the requests and needs of their customers.

Contact Information

Seacoast Banking Corporation of Florida
815 Colorado Avenue
P.O. Box 9012
Stuart, FL 34994
(772) 287-4000

Investor Relations Contact
Mr. Dennis S. Hudson, III
(772) 288-6085

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