Hanmi Financial Corp.

Hanmi Financial Corp.

Hanmi Financial Corp.

Overview
Date Founded

2000

Headquarters

3660 Wilshire Boulevard, Penthouse Suite A, Los Angeles, CA, 90010, USA

Type of Company

Public

Employees (Worldwide)

635

Industries

Retail & Commercial Banking
Consumer Finance
Holding Companies

Company Description

Hanmi Financial Corp. is holding company, which engages in the provision of commercial banking and financial services. The firm operates through its subsidiary, Hanmi Bank. Its services include demand, time and savings deposits; and commercial and industrial, real estate, and consumer lending. The company was founded on March 14, 2000 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

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Executives & Employees

Chief Financial Officer & Senior Executive Vice President

Senior Vice President & General Counsel

Senior Vice President & Corporate Finance Officer

Vice President

Vice President

FVP Andamp

Territory Sales Manager

Branch Manager

Executive Officer

Banking Officer

Board of Directors

Former Principal at J&S Investment

President at Great American Capital Partners LLC

Chief Operating & Financial Officer at Great American Capital Partners LLC

President & Chief Executive Officer at CKC Accountancy Corp.

Co-Founder at CKP LLP

Former Chief Risk Officer & Senior Vice President at Axos Bank

President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer & Director at Hanmi Bank

Professional at Hanmi Financial Corp.

Founder at MSY LLC

Partner at Sage Partners LLC

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Investment Counselors of Maryland (ICM) offers clients value investment solutions across the market-cap spectrum. In doing so, the firm utilizes two distinct investment processes. Both approaches employ a value-oriented investment method with a focus on fundamental analysis. ICM attempts to measure the value of a security by looking at economic and financial factors including the overall economy, industry conditions, and the financial condition and management of the company itself, to determine if the company is underpriced or overpriced. These two strategies include: Small Cap, SMID Cap & Mid-Cap Value and Large Cap Value.In selecting investments for their Small Cap, SMID Cap & Mid-Cap Value strategies, ICM seeks to invest in companies that they estimate to be undervalued that also possess leading market share positions, shareholder-oriented management teams, and strong balance sheets and cash flow ratios. Usually, the shares of the companies they buy are selling at a price-to-earnings ratio below the average price-to-earnings ratio of the stocks in the broad capitalization-specific indices (i.e. Russell 2000 , Russell 2500 and Russell Midcap). The companies usually have higher return-on-equity and return-on-capital than the average company in those same indices. Using screening parameters such as price-to-earnings, relative return-on-equity and other financial ratios, ICM screens the universe of investments to identify potentially undervalued securities. They further narrow the list of potential investments through traditional fundamental security analysis.For their Large Cap Value strategy, ICM seeks to identify companies that are well-capitalized with sustainable competitive advantages and strong management teams. Using various screening parameters, they seek to identify potentially undervalued securities. ICM further narrows the list of potential investments through traditional fundamental security analysis. Investment are chosen once ICM is convinced the securities are undervalued and after they have attempted to discover a positive inflection point in the company's business momentum. ICM's primary focus is to confirm the competitive position of the company and that it is sufficiently undervalued based on historical valuation parameters, given their projected estimates for earnings and free-cash-flow.

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Stieven Capital Advisors invests long/short primarily in the stocks of small-cap US companies in the finance sector. The firm maintains a medium turnover rate.

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Investment Counselors of Maryland (ICM) offers clients value investment solutions across the market-cap spectrum. In doing so, the firm utilizes two distinct investment processes. Both approaches employ a value-oriented investment method with a focus on fundamental analysis. ICM attempts to measure the value of a security by looking at economic and financial factors including the overall economy, industry conditions, and the financial condition and management of the company itself, to determine if the company is underpriced or overpriced. These two strategies include: Small Cap, SMID Cap & Mid-Cap Value and Large Cap Value.In selecting investments for their Small Cap, SMID Cap & Mid-Cap Value strategies, ICM seeks to invest in companies that they estimate to be undervalued that also possess leading market share positions, shareholder-oriented management teams, and strong balance sheets and cash flow ratios. Usually, the shares of the companies they buy are selling at a price-to-earnings ratio below the average price-to-earnings ratio of the stocks in the broad capitalization-specific indices (i.e. Russell 2000 , Russell 2500 and Russell Midcap). The companies usually have higher return-on-equity and return-on-capital than the average company in those same indices. Using screening parameters such as price-to-earnings, relative return-on-equity and other financial ratios, ICM screens the universe of investments to identify potentially undervalued securities. They further narrow the list of potential investments through traditional fundamental security analysis.For their Large Cap Value strategy, ICM seeks to identify companies that are well-capitalized with sustainable competitive advantages and strong management teams. Using various screening parameters, they seek to identify potentially undervalued securities. ICM further narrows the list of potential investments through traditional fundamental security analysis. Investment are chosen once ICM is convinced the securities are undervalued and after they have attempted to discover a positive inflection point in the company's business momentum. ICM's primary focus is to confirm the competitive position of the company and that it is sufficiently undervalued based on historical valuation parameters, given their projected estimates for earnings and free-cash-flow.

Recent Transactions
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Hanmi Financial Corp., Hanmi Bank purchase Banc of California Na /Commercial Equipment Div from Banc of California, Inc.

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Hanmi Financial Corp. purchases Central Bancorp, Inc. (Texas)

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Chunha Holding Corp. purchases Hanmi Financial Corp. /2 Subs from Hanmi Financial Corp.

Insider Transactions
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Transaction Advisors
Investment Advisor

Advised onHanmi Financial Corp. purchases Central Bancorp, Inc. (Texas)

Investment Advisor

Advised onHanmi Financial Corp. purchases Pacific Union Bank (California) from KEB Hana Bank

Investment Advisor

Advised onHanmi Financial Corp. raised money in a private placement transaction

Legal Advisor

Advised onHanmi Financial Corp. purchases Central Bancorp, Inc. (Texas)

Advisors & Consultants
Advisor

Former Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer at Hanmi Financial Corp.

Publicist

Managing Director at Addo Investor Relations

Key Stats and Financials As of 2018
Market Capitalization
$738M
Total Enterprise Value
$649M
Earnings Per Share
$1.79
Revenue
$259M
Enterprise Value Sales
2.51x
Debt TEV
0.27x
Total Equity
$553M
Total Debt
$173M
Three Year Compounded Annual Growth Rate Of Revenue
6.92%
Five Year Compounded Annual Growth Rate Of Revenue
10.99%
TEVNet Income
11.28x
Net Profit
$57.5M
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