TriState Capital Holdings, Inc., Rings NASDAQ Opening Bell

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TriState Capital Holdings, Inc., Rings NASDAQ Opening Bell

PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- To commemorate the first day of trading on the NASDAQ Global Select Market for TriState Capital Holdings, Inc., ("TriState Capital"), the holding company for TriState Capital Bank, the company's founders rang the Opening Bell at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York City this morning.

TriState Capital's founders ring the NASDAQ opening bell on the company's first day of trading, Thur ...

TriState Capital's founders ring the NASDAQ opening bell on the company's first day of trading, Thursday, May 9, 2013 (from left to right: Mark Sullivan, Jim Getz, Bill Schenck). (Photo: Business Wire)

Founders Jim Getz, chairman and chief executive officer; Bill Schenck, vice chairman; and Mark Sullivan, vice chairman and chief financial officer, opened the first day of trading for TriState Capital in Times Square, and celebrated with close family, friends and colleagues by watching the company's first stock get traded.


The common stock is now officially listed on NASDAQ, trading under the symbol "TSC."

"When we founded TriState Capital six years ago, we saw an opportunity to build a bank from the ground up, combining the capabilities of a large financial institution with the personalized service of a smaller bank," said Getz. "We soon became one of the fastest-growing banks in the nation, and today TriState Capital has achieved another milestone that will help it to continue that progress. Bill, Mark and I thank everyone who helped us get to this point and we look forward to an exciting future as a publicly traded company with continued success in serving our clients."

TriState Capital Holdings, Inc., joins some of the world's most progressive and innovative companies by listing on the NASDAQ Stock Market, which is home to more than 550 financial and real estate companiesmore than any other U.S. exchange. This year, NASDAQ has welcomed eleven IPOs in the financial sector.

"Since its foundation, TriState Capital Holdings has targeted the community of middle market businesses, executives and high-net-worth individuals, and has created an institution that focuses primarily on the needs of this middle client base," said Nelson Griggs, senior vice president, NASDAQ OMX. "Like many of NASDAQ's listed companies, TriState Capital began with an idea and an opportunity, which has since resulted in TriState Capital becoming one of the fastest growing banks in the nation. We are proud to welcome TriState Capital to the NASDAQ family, and look forward to watching its continued growth as a public company."

About TriState Capital Holdings, Inc.

TriState Capital Holdings, Inc. is the registered bank holding company for TriState Capital Bank, a commercial bank serving middle market businesses, professionals and high net worth individuals. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., TriState Capital has representative offices in Philadelphia, Cleveland, Princeton, N.J. and New York City, and serves private banking clients nationwide. Established in 2007, TriState Capital had assets of approximately $2.1 billion as of March 31, 2013. For more information, please visit www.tristatecapitalbank.com.

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MEDIA CONTACTS:
for TriState Capital Holdings, Inc.
Jack Horner, 267-932-8760 ext. 302
Mobile: 412-600-2295
jack@hornercom.com
or
Mike Gross, 267-932-8760 ext. 310
Mobile: 856-628-6169
mike@hornercom.com
or
The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.
Jennifer Knapp, 212-401-8916
Jennifer.Knapp@nasdaqomx.com

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