Rockville Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ Global Select Market "RCKB"), the parent of Rockville Bank, announced its twenty-first consecutive dividend since becoming a public company in Spring 2005. The dividend, in the amount of $0.065 per share, will be payable on September 7, 2011 to shareholders on record as of the close of business on August 29, 2011.
"We are pleased to announce our twenty-first consecutive cash dividend to shareholders,” stated William (Bill) H. W. Crawford, IV, President & Chief Executive Officer of Rockville Bank. “We continue to enjoy excellent asset quality and solid operating performance. We remain committed to providing superior customer service, financial discipline, and serving our communities.”
Rockville Bank is a 21½-branch community bank serving Tolland, Hartford, and New London counties in Connecticut. It provides a convenient banking lifestyle for Colchester, Coventry, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Glastonbury, Manchester, Rockville, Somers, South Glastonbury, South Windsor, Suffield, Vernon, seven days a week in Tolland, and three Big Y supermarket locations. A New Haven County Commercial Banking Office will be located in Hamden, Conn. to provide an array of commercial products and services for businesses located in New Haven County and surrounding areas. For more information about Rockville Bank’s services and products, call (860) 291-3600 or visit www.rockvillebank.com.
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