LCNB National Bank Recognized Again as One of the Top Community Banks in U.S.

LCNB National Bank Recognized Again as One of the Top Community Banks in U.S.

LEBANON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- A national banking publication, American Banker Magazine, has again recognized LCNB National Bank for its outstanding three-year average return on equity (ROE) in its May 2013 edition. LCNB is ranked 55th among all community banks and thrifts across the United States with under $2 billion in total assets. The rankings were based on an analysis of data compiled by SNL Financial for banks and thrifts that are publicly traded or that file reports with the Securities Exchange Commission.

Steve P. Foster, President of LCNB National Bank, stated, "We are honored to again be recognized as one of the top community banks in the country. This recognition is shared by our entire team who take great pride in LCNB National Bank and in serving our customers' financial needs."

Stephen P. Wilson, Chairman and CEO of LCNB Corp. and Past Chairman of the American Bankers Association, stated, "This recognition confirms our disciplined focus. Maintaining strong positions in our capital, liquidity, earnings, and asset quality leads to growth and increasing shareholder value."

LCNB Corp. (NAS: LCNB) is a financial holding company headquartered in Lebanon, Ohio. LCNB National Bank, an affiliate of LCNB Corp., founded in 1877, has 31 offices located in Warren, Butler, Clinton, Clermont, Hamilton, Montgomery, Ross and Fayette Counties, Ohio. Additional information about LCNB Corp. and information about products and services offered by LCNB National Bank can be found on the Internet at

LCNB Corp.
Stephen P. Wilson, Chairman and CEO, 800-344-2265
Steve P. Foster, President, 800-344-2265

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Ohio


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