Cardinal Financial Ranked 5th in 2013 Bank Performance Scorecard

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Cardinal Financial Ranked 5 th in 2013 Bank Performance Scorecard

TYSONS CORNER, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- has issued its 2013 Bank Performance Scorecard, and has ranked Cardinal Financial Corporation (NAS: CFNL) 5th on its list of Top Performing Banks with assets between $1 billion and $5 billion. Cardinal was ranked 12th in the 2012 rankings.

"We are pleased that our performance has moved us even higher in the rankings," said Bernard H. Clineburg, Chairman and CEO of Cardinal Bank. "Our appearance as a Top 5 financial institution is a reflection or our commitment to managing risk while achieving results."

The Bank Performance Scorecard is a ranking of publicly traded banks listed on the NASDAQ OMX or NYSE EURONEXT stock exchanges based on profitability, asset quality and capitalization, divided into categories by asset size. 187 banks were ranked in the $1 billion to $5 billion category, and were evaluated using 2012 calendar data.

About Cardinal Financial Corporation : Cardinal Financial Corporation, a financial holding company headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia, serves the Washington Metropolitan region through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Cardinal Bank, with 28 conveniently located banking offices. Cardinal also operates George Mason Mortgage. The Company's stock is traded on NASDAQ (CFNL). For additional information, visit our Web site at or call 703.584.3400.

Cardinal Financial Corporation
Bernard H. Clineburg
Chairman and CEO

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Virginia


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