SIOUX FALLS, S.D.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Great Western Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:GWB), the parent company of Great Western Bank (www.greatwesternbank.com), today released its 2019 Annual Report, Community Matters, showcasing its fifth consecutive year achieving record profits since its Initial Public Offering.
The Annual Report highlights fiscal year 2019 achievements including among others:
- Delivering significant year-over-year growth, including a 6.0 percent increase in net income.
- Total assets at fiscal year-end of over $12.8 billion, including $9.7 billion in total loans.
- Increasing deposits 5.8 percent to $10.3 billion, ensuring the bank maintains a strong and stable funding base.
“I am very proud of what the team has achieved during the 2019 fiscal year,” said Ken Karels, Chairperson, President & Chief Executive Officer, in his letter to Company Stockholders. Karels also acknowledged the many hours the bank’s employees give to help improve their communities, saying “Now is a great time to get out and give back to the communities where we work and live. This is Making Life Great in the most meaningful of ways.”
Visit ir.GreatWesternBank.com/FinancialDocs to read the full 2019 Annual Report.
About Great Western Bancorp, Inc.
Great Western Bancorp, Inc. is the holding company for Great Western Bank, a full-service regional bank focused on relationship-based business and agribusiness banking. Great Western Bank offers small and mid-sized businesses a focused suite of financial products and a range of deposit and loan products to retail customers through several channels, including the branch network, online banking system, mobile banking applications and customer care centers. The bank services its customers with over 170 branches in attractive markets across nine states: South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Arizona, Kansas, Missouri, North Dakota and Minnesota. To learn more about Great Western Bank visit www.greatwesternbank.com.
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