Intraday Info: Opus Bank (NASDAQ:OPB) locked on 10/01/2017 at $29.45. It has average volume 286,990 million whilst it totals volume 119,244. The company has EPS 1.36 and according to analysts next quarter EPS and next year estimate EPS will 0.42 and 2.07 respectively.
Ownership Summary: Opus Bank has total institutional ownership 94.33% while its total outstanding shares 34 millions that’s value of holdings $944 million.
Active Positions: In the latest year, OPB 63 holders have raised its positions while it contains total 1,436,385 shares. And the strength of reduced positions holders and held positions holders are 73 and 20 respectively.
New and Sold Out Positions: In OPB force of new positions holders 4 and it has total shares 20,581. And force of sold out positions holders 25 and it has 373,993 shares.
Comparison with Other Company: The Market Value of OPB is $950,587 above from Forward Industries, Inc. market value which is $10,625. Current Last Sale of OPB is $1.21 below from FORD current last sale which is $29.45.
Opus financial institution declared that it carried out on December 23, 2016 the securitization of about $509 million of its multifamily loans thru a Freddie Mac subsidized “Q-deal” securitization. One elegance of Freddie Mac guaranteed established bypass-via certificate changed into issued through the securitization. The established pass-through certificate that changed into issued turned into purchased by means of Opus. Opus will act as the subservicer of the loans.
Stephen H. Gordon, Chairman, CEO & President of Opus financial institution, stated, “i am happy with the group right here at Opus who performed a singular transaction that reduces Opus’ industrial actual property attention, lowers its hazard weighted property, will increase its total chance-based totally capital ratio, lowers its mortgage-to-deposit ratio and improves its liquidity.” Gordon delivered, “We consider the execution of this securitization approach complements our flexibility and optionality as Opus maintains its consciousness on offering financing for low-to-slight earnings, affordable, personnel housing in the main metropolitan markets up and down the West Coast.” Gordon concluded, “We’re glad that, as subservicer, Opus will keep to offer great provider to its critical multifamily purchaser relationships who depend upon Opus for his or her financing answers.”