OFG Bancorp Declares Regular Quarterly Preferred Stock Cash Dividends

OFG Bancorp Declares Regular Quarterly Preferred Stock Cash Dividends

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- OFG Bancorp (NYS: OFG) today announced that its Board of Directors declared the following regular quarterly cash dividends on its preferred stock for the second quarter ending June 30, 2013:

  • $21.875 per share on its 8.750% Non-Cumulative Convertible Perpetual Preferred Stock, Series C (CUSIP: 67103X607)
  • $0.4453125 per share on its 7.125% Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock, Series D (CUSIP: 67103X409)

Preferred stock dividends are payable on July 15, 2013, to holders of record on July 1, 2013, with an ex-dividend date of June 27, 2013.


About OFG Bancorp

Now in its 49th year in business, OFG Bancorp is a diversified financial holding company that operates under U.S. and Puerto Rico banking laws and regulations. Its three principal subsidiaries, Oriental Bank, Oriental Financial Services and Oriental Insurance, provide a full range of commercial, consumer and mortgage banking services, as well as financial planning, trust, insurance, investment brokerage and investment banking services, primarily in Puerto Rico, through 64 financial centers. Investor information can be found at www.ofgbancorp.com.



Puerto Rico:
OFG Bancorp
Alexandra López, 787-522-6970
allopez@ofgbancorp.com
or
US:
Anreder & Company
Steven Anreder
steven.anreder@anreder.com
or Gary Fishman
gary.fishman@anreder.com
212-532-3232

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