FIG Partners Placed A $13.5 Million Subordinated Debt Offering For Gold Coast Bancorp

FIG Has Raised More Than $700 Million In Debt Capital In 27 Offerings To Date

ATLANTA, October 3, 2017 — Gold Coast Bancorp Inc. (OTC: GLDT), the holding company of Gold Coast Bank, has completed the sale of $13.5 million fixed-to-floating subordinated notes.

debtThe notes, due in 2027, will bear interest at 6.50% per annum for the first five years. After the first five years, the notes will be payable at an annual floating rate equal to three-month LIBOR, plus a spread of 4.55% until maturity or early redemption.

Gold Coast Bancorp plans to use the net proceeds for general corporate purposes, including contribution of capital to Gold Coast Bank to support continued growth.

John C. Tsunis, Chairman and CEO said, “The completion of this offering will allow us to continue to execute on our strategic growth plan and manage our capital levels.”

The FIG team included Greg Gersack, Senior Managing Principal and Co-Head of Investment Banking; Dan Flaherty, Principal; Matthew Veneri, Managing Principal and Co-Head of Investment Banking; and Lozan Aleksandrov, Senior Vice President and Deputy Head of Capital Markets. 

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