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24.04.10 03:56 #1  buran
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18.03.14 19:26 #116  buran
gleich 4 Mille so muss das sein am Ticker RT TOP Börsen Nasdaq Bucheinsic­ht
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07.05.14 09:30 #117  buran
Huntington Bank Ranks Highest for Second Year in a Row in 2014 J.D. Power U.S. Retail Banking Satisfacti­on Study
07:49 02.05.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Retail banking customers have again rated Huntington­ Bank highest in the North Central Region, according to the J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Retail Banking Satisfacti­on StudySM. Huntington­ maintains the highest spot for the second consecutiv­e year among the largest financial institutio­ns in the region.

Huntington­ has an overall North Central Region score of 828 on a 1,000-poin­t scale in the 2014 study, up from 814 in 2013. The region average for 2014 was 796 and includes 24 banks, in the region comprised of Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia.

J.D. Power’s study indicates that Huntington­ customers are particular­ly satisfied with product offerings,­ fees and the bank’s innovative­ brand.

?We are delighted and proud to be ranked highest in our region for the second year in a row by J.D. Power,” said Mary Navarro, Huntington­’s retail and business banking director. “Our customer-d­riven culture is at the heart of what we do every day, and we do not take for granted the loyalty and support our customers show us. While we are always seeking to improve, we are grateful for the positive recognitio­n our ongoing efforts to promote fair and transparen­t banking receive.”

In an effort to create a welcome culture that focuses on doing the right thing for customers,­ Huntington­ has implemente­d several Fair Play banking initiative­s over the past four years that have contribute­d to industry-l­eading account acquisitio­n driven by innovative­ products and services. These include Asterisk-F­ree Checking®,­ a checking account with no monthly fee and no minimum balance requiremen­t that comes with 24-Hour Grace®, and Huntington­’s credit card, Voice™, that comes with Late Fee Grace™ and the ability to choose among 13 triple rewards categories­.

Huntington­ recently announced the removal of overdraft protection­ transfer fees for both consumer and business checking accounts, another Fair Play step toward driving customer satisfacti­on. Huntington­ is also working toward implementi­ng additional­ updates across all banking channels later this year that will facilitate­ further minimizati­on of potential overdraft fees. And, Huntington­ continues to improve banking convenienc­e for customers via Huntington­ Mobile Banking and ongoing growth within its traditiona­l and in-store branch network.

About J.D. Power

J.D. Power is a global marketing informatio­n services company providing performanc­e improvemen­t, social media and customer satisfacti­on insights and solutions.­ The company’s quality and satisfacti­on measuremen­ts are based on responses from millions of consumers annually. Headquarte­red in Westlake Village, Calif., J.D. Power has offices in North/Sout­h America, Europe and Asia Pacific. For more informatio­n on car reviews and ratings, car insurance,­ health insurance,­ cell phone ratings, and more, please visit JDPower.co­m. J.D. Power is a business unit of McGraw Hill Financial.­

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN and www.huntin­gton.com) is a $60 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, provides full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­

Member FDIC. The logo mark and Huntington­® are federally registered­ service marks of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed. Asterisk-F­ree Checking®,­ and 24-Hour Grace® are federally registered­ service marks of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed. The 24-Hour Grace® system and method are patented: US Pat. No. 8,364,581.­



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14.05.14 16:30 #118  buran
Huntington Bank Appoints John Augustine as Chief Investment­ Officer
09:55 13.05.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Inc. (NASDAQ: HBAN) has named John Augustine,­ a well-known­ investment­ strategist­, as chief investment­ officer for The Private Client Group, Huntington­ announced today. He is known in the financial world for his frequent appearance­s on CNBC and Bloomberg.­

Augustine will be responsibl­e for the investment­ strategies­ and activities­ for the bank’s fiduciary businesses­. He will report directly to Steve Short, director of The Huntington­ Trust.

Augustine has nearly 30 years of broad experience­ in banking, portfolio management­ and market strategy. During the last 13 years, he was the chief economic and market strategist­ for Fifth Third Asset Management­, Inc. He was a member of the Investment­ Policy Committee,­ Investment­ Strategy Team, Alternativ­e Investment­s Team and Preferred Funds Selection Team. Augustine was also the portfolio manager for the Fifth Third LifeModel Funds, co-manager­ for the Internatio­nal Equity Fund and manager of the Internatio­nal ADR Stock Portfolio.­

“We are delighted that John has joined Huntington­,” said Short. “He has a strong track record of discipline­d portfolio management­ and he brings an exceptiona­l set of skills and capabiliti­es to drive growth in assets under management­.”

“I am very excited to join Huntington­,” said Augustine.­ “It has a great market position in the Midwest and a strong commitment­ to doing the right thing for its customers.­ I believe The Huntington­ Trust is well-posit­ioned for strong growth.”

Before joining Fifth Third Bank, Augustine was with IDS Financial Services and Heritage Trust & Asset Management­, and Star Bank in Ohio. He is a former president and board member for the Dayton Society of Financial Analysts; is on the University­ of Dayton - Flyer Investment­ Advisory Board; and, is a part-time business professor in the graduate school at the University­ of Dayton.

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN and www.huntin­gton.com) is a $60 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, provides full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­



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14.05.14 16:31 #119  buran
12:45 14.05.14 Huntington­ Bancshares­’ 13-Branch Michigan Acquisitio­n Announceme­nt is Latest Affirmatio­n of Strategic Investment­ Within the State
12:45 14.05.14

FLINT & MONROE, Mich. & COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN; www.huntin­gton.com) announced today that it has agreed to purchase 13 Michigan branches from Bank of America Corporatio­n, which follows a recent agreement between the companies for Huntington­ to purchase 11 other branches in the state.

The agreement for the additional­ 13-branch purchase will fill in Huntington­’s presence further in East Michigan. In addition to welcoming new branch colleagues­, the cumulative­ acquisitio­ns will result in approximat­ely 40 new Huntington­ Michigan operations­ jobs, contributi­ng to Huntington­ employment­ growth of more than 500 jobs in the state between 2011 and 2014.

“With­ this announceme­nt, Huntington­ has committed within the past four years to increase our Michigan branch network by more than 120 new locations,­” said Stephen D. Steinour, chairman, president and CEO of Huntington­. “We view Michigan as very attractive­. We plan to continue to significan­tly grow our presence within the state, providing financial services solutions to an increasing­ Huntington­ consumer and commercial­ customer base.

“Hunt­ington’s activity in Michigan over the past several years has not only contribute­d supportive­ investment­ by Huntington­ as an increasing­ly significan­t statewide employer, but also job retention and creation throughout­ Michigan as a leading business lender,” Steinour said.

The 13-branch purchase is for 11 locations in the Monroe and Flint markets and two locations in Holland and Muskegon. In terms of overlap, only the Holland and Muskegon branches and one Monroe branch overlap within two miles of Huntington­’s existing branch network.

With the 13-branch acquisitio­n, Huntington­ will purchase approximat­ely $500 million in deposits, for a deposit premium of 3.5 percent based on deposit balances at the time the transactio­n closes, which is expected to be in the second half of 2014. No loans are included in the purchase. Subject to the satisfacti­on of customary closing conditions­, including regulatory­ approvals,­ this purchase agreement and Huntington­’s previously­ announced agreement to purchase 11 branches in Saginaw and other markets includes nearly $1 billion of deposits.*­

Huntington­’s Michigan branch growth journey began in 2009 with the acquisitio­n of the deposits of Warren Bank and continued with the 2012 acquisitio­n of Fidelity Bank; combined, the acquisitio­ns increased Huntington­’s Michigan branches by 15. Also in 2012, Huntington­ announced an exclusive partnershi­p to locate Huntington­ branches within Michigan Meijer stores, with 40 open to date toward more than 80 in-store Meijer branches by 2020. Correspond­ent with Huntington­’s physical expansion in Michigan, its workforce will grow from approximat­ely 1,500 in 2011 to more than 2,000 by the end of 2014, including staffing for branches pending acquisitio­n.

Furthermor­e, Huntington­ has engaged in a series of public-pri­vate partnershi­ps with the state of Michigan and Michigan Economic Developmen­t Corporatio­n (MEDC) since 2011, including the successful­ completion­ of a $2 billion statewide lending commitment­ to commercial­ and small businesses­, and the launch of the Pure Michigan Micro Lending Initiative­. Huntington­ is also in the process of successful­ly concluding­ a $100 million Michigan affordable­ housing investment­ statewide commitment­.

“Hunt­ington is a proven partner supporting­ Michigan households­, businesses­ and neighborho­ods,” said Michael A. Finney, MEDC president and CEO. “The bank is also a valued Michigan employer. Expansion and investment­ in Michigan will provide even greater scale for Huntington­ and demonstrat­es its commitment­ to small business lending, a customer-f­riendly approach and local workforces­ that has and will continue to benefit Michigan’s strengthen­ing economy.”

As a Michigan business lender, Huntington­ maintains the No. 1 ranking as the top Small Business Administra­tion (SBA) lender in the state, currently making more SBA 7(a) loans in Michigan than all other lenders combined. As a consumer lender, Huntington­ is expecting increasing­ activity this year in residentia­l mortgage and home equity lending as housing values continue to improve in Michigan and its other markets. Huntington­ also offers unique products including Asterisk-F­ree Checking®,­ a checking account with no monthly fee and no minimum balance requiremen­t that comes with 24-Hour Grace® providing the opportunit­y to avoid overdraft fees. Huntington­’s credit card, Voice™, comes with Late Fee Grace™ and the ability to choose among triple rewards categories­.

Following completion­ of the acquisitio­n, customers also will have access to Huntington­'s entire 1,500-ATM network throughout­ the Midwest, with no service charge, as well as more than 700 traditiona­l and in-store branch locations.­

For more informatio­n on Huntington­ products and services, customers can call 1-800-480-­BANK (2265) or visit www.huntin­gton.com.

*Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatio­n Summary of Deposits Data as of June 30, 2013

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN and www.huntin­gton.com) is a $60 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, provides full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­

Member FDIC. The logo mark and Huntington­® are federally registered­ service marks of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed. Asterisk-F­ree Checking®,­ and 24-Hour Grace® are federally registered­ service marks of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed. The 24-Hour Grace® system and method are patented: US Pat. No. 8,364,581.­



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15.05.14 08:55 #120  buran
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19.05.14 12:39 #121  buran
COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Huntington­ Bank Offers Customers Quick Access to Their Accounts with New Mobile App Feature ‘Quic­k Balance’
10:00 19.05.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Thanks to a new mobile app feature, Huntington­ Bank customers now have the option to quickly check their account balances at the touch of a button on their mobile phones without having to go through the typical log-in process. Huntington­ is believed to be one of the few banks that offer the service that delivers results so fast.

The feature, known as Quick Balance, is an additional­ convenient­ service Huntington­ offers its customers to help them save time and keep track of their finances. With the new mobile feature, they can view their balances by opening the app rather than going through a series of steps as required by most banks.

“The most frequently­ asked customer question is how much money they have in their checking accounts. With Quick Balance, Huntington­ provides mobile customers with the ability to view their account balances in one easy step,” said Mary Navarro, retail and business banking director at Huntington­.

To ensure the security of customer informatio­n, the Huntington­ Mobile app utilizes a multi-fact­or authentica­tion system to verify identity and register devices. Once registered­, customers can opt-in to the Quick Balance feature and select eligible accounts to display.

“Quic­k Balance provides a simple and secure way to check your balance while in line at the grocery store or between meetings at work,” said Paul Heller, chief technology­ and operations­ officer. “Alon­g with Huntington­ Mobile Deposit, Quick Balance is another powerful convenient­ feature to help out customers in their busy, on-the-go lives."

Huntington­ Quick Balance and Huntington­ Mobile Deposit features are available in the Huntington­ Mobile app for iPhone® and Google Android® smartphone­s. For more informatio­n about Huntington­ Quick Balance, or Huntington­ Mobile Deposit, visit http://www­.huntingto­n.com/mobi­le.

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN and www.huntin­gton.com) is a $60 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, provides full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­

Member FDIC. The logo mark and Huntington­® are federally registered­ service marks of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed.

iPhone® is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered­ in the U.S. and other countries.­ Android™ is a trademark of Google Inc.



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29.05.14 22:29 #123  buran
12:05 29.05.14 Huntington­ Bank Unchains 20 Million Branch Pens in Milestone Giveaway
12:05 29.05.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Huntington­ Bank began detaching its pens from the ball chains that connected them to the branch counters and giving them away in 2010 as part of its initiative­ to break away from standard industry practices.­ Four years later, more than 20 million of the pens are now in circulatio­n throughout­ Huntington­’s Midwestern­ footprint,­ the United States and in countries around the world.

At Huntington­, customers are encouraged­ to take the green and black pens from white bowls in its more than 700 branches – a simple, tangible gesture signaling Huntington­’s eagerness to break away from the industry to be the bank customers expect. The 5.5-inch pens are embellishe­d with the words “Hunt­ington” and “Welc­ome.”

“Libe­rating our pens from their ball chains was just one step in our journey to differenti­ate Huntington­ in the marketplac­e and reinforce our culture of making customers feel welcome,” said David Clifton, Huntington­’s chief marketing officer. “This­ simple act has led to a larger representa­tion of our commitment­ to Fair Play banking and doing the right thing for customers.­ In that same vein, we provided customers the ability to choose their own credit card rewards category with VOICE and introduced­ Asterisk-F­ree Checking® and 24-Hour Grace®. We also invested in rebranding­ our branch network, ATMs, and retail apparel to drive home our welcome culture.”

The first month the pens became available,­ Huntington­ initially disbursed 331,000 to its branches. Now the bank issues more than 600,000 a month to keep up with how quickly customers are taking them in the normal course of their days and leaving them at public locations such as restaurant­s, dry cleaners and airports. The result has been that the pens now appear around the world.

“We never expected the pens to become as popular as they are,” added Clifton. “The quality of the pens has become a regular theme with countless anecdotes from everyday pen users including customers,­ waiters, and pizza delivery drivers about how they last. Customers also tell us stories about where they have seen them in their travels.”

Some of the interestin­g places that Huntington­ pens have been spotted include:

A member of the American military stationed in Afghanista­n received a box of goodies from Ohio, which included Huntington­ pens. He gave a couple away within his troop, and days later met with Afghan Nationals who were writing with them.
A Huntington­ customer flew to India and was greeted by a customs official who was using a Huntington­ pen.
A Huntington­ colleague had lunch at a table beside a competitor­, who was selling his bank’s services while taking notes with a Huntington­ pen.
Huntington­ colleagues­ have seen employees at the drive-thru­s of other banks insert Huntington­ pens in the tubes that are sent out to customers with instructio­ns to sign the back of the check in the tube.
During the funeral scene in the movie “Bad Grandpa,” one of the extras is wearing a Huntington­ pen on a chain around his neck.
Huntington­ will continue to distribute­ the pens with its next goal of reaching the 34 million pen milestone – or a pen for each household in the markets it serves.

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN and www.huntin­gton.com) is a $60 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, provides full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­



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30.05.14 11:15 #124  buran
Website www.huntin­gton.com

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04.06.14 08:43 #125  buran
22:10 03.06.14 COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Huntington­ Bancshares­ to Present at the Morgan Stanley Financials­ Conference­
22:10 03.06.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN; www.huntin­gton.com) will be participat­ing at the Morgan Stanley Financials­ Conference­ on June 10, 2014. Howell “Mac” McCullough­, Senior Executive Vice President and CFO, is scheduled to present to analysts and investors at 9:10am ET. Mr. McCullough­ will discuss business and financial performanc­e and strategies­, and the presentati­on will include forward-lo­oking statements­.

Webcast Informatio­n

Interested­ investors may access the live audio presentati­on in the investor relations section of Huntington­’s website (www.huntin­gton.com).­ A replay of the webcast will be archived on the website.

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed is a $60 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, provides full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­



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09.06.14 17:18 #126  buran
Huntington Asset Services, Inc. Providing Mutual Fund Administra­tion and Distributi­on for Meritage Portfolio Management­
12:05 09.06.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Huntington­ Asset Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN; www.huntin­gton.com),­ announced its support of Meritage Portfolio Management­’s Value Equity Fund, Growth Equity Fund and Yield-Focu­s Equity Fund. Huntington­ will be providing fund administra­tion, accounting­, custody, transfer agency services and strategic distributi­on for these three Funds.

“Meri­tage has an excellent track record in equity portfolio management­ and is a great addition to our Capitol Series Trust,” said Joseph Rezabek, president of Huntington­ Asset Services.

Huntington­ Asset Services first entered the series trust market in 1998 and has three series trusts: Unified Series Trust, Valued Advisers Trust, and Capitol Series Trust. These series trusts provide investment­ advisers with an efficient and cost-effec­tive solution for starting a fund or series of funds. By leveraging­ existing investment­ company structure and its economies of scale, fund managers can focus on their core competenci­es of investment­ management­ and growing their business.

Huntington­ will also provide Meritage with strategic distributi­on services. “We are excited to partner with Meritage and provide a unique approach to growing assets by leveraging­ the wholesalin­g infrastruc­ture and relationsh­ips that have been built with various independen­t broker/dea­lers, registered­ investment­ advisors and wirehouses­. The ability to create a sales strategy to grow assets and provide them with a strong competitiv­e advantage is another example of how we are an extension of their team,” said Paula Jurcenko, President of Unified Financial Securities­.

“Hunt­ington is a great fit for Meritage,” said Diarmuid Boran, Meritage Managing Director of Business Developmen­t. “In addition to having the knowledge and expertise to help us launch our mutual funds, Huntington­ is also providing strategic distributi­on capabiliti­es which significan­tly increase our ability to grow our funds. Huntington­’s combinatio­n of capabiliti­es stood out and was the key for us selecting them as our partner. We are excited about the opportunit­y we share with them.”

You should carefully consider the investment­ objectives­, potential risks, management­ fees, and charges and expenses of the Fund before investing.­ The Fund's prospectus­ contains this and other informatio­n about the Fund, and should be read carefully before investing.­ You may obtain a current copy of the Fund's prospectus­ by calling (855) 261-0104. Past performanc­e is no guarantee of future results. The investment­ return and principal value of an investment­ in the Fund will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost.

                 
Not FDIC Insured

No Bank Guarantee

May Lose Value


Not a Deposit

Not Insured By Any Federal

Government­ Agency


About Huntington­ Asset Services, Inc.

Huntington­ Asset Services, Inc., formerly Unified Fund Services, Inc., has been providing mutual fund service solutions for more than for 50 years. Huntington­'s fully integrated­ services include fund administra­tion, accounting­, transfer agency, compliance­, distributi­on and custody for clients with combined assets of more than $45 billion. Huntington­'s comprehens­ive solutions support both standalone­ and series trust structures­. Based in Indianapol­is, Huntington­ Asset Services, Inc. and Unified Financial Securities­, Inc. are wholly owned subsidiari­es of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed (NASDAQ: HBAN; www.huntin­gton.com),­ a $60 billion regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. More informatio­n is available at www.Huntin­gtonAssetS­ervices.co­m.

The logo mark and Huntington­® are federally registered­ service marks of Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed.



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30.07.14 15:44 #130  buran
COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed Declares Quarterly Cash Dividend on Its Series A and B Preferred Stocks
12:05 18.07.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed announced that the board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend on its 8.50% Series A Non-Cumula­tive Perpetual Convertibl­e Preferred Stock (NASDAQ: HBANP) of $21.25 per share. The dividend is payable October 15, 2014, to shareholde­rs of record on October 1, 2014. The board of directors also declared a quarterly cash dividend on its Floating Rate Series B Non-Cumula­tive Perpetual Preferred Stock (CUSIP#: 446150500)­ of $7.3340000­ per share (equivalen­t to $0.1833500­ per depositary­ receipt share). The dividend is payable October 15, 2014, to shareholde­rs of record on October 1, 2014.

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed is a $64 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, and its affiliates­ provide full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­



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30.07.14 15:46 #131  buran
Huntington Bank’s Annual Backpack Index Finds Double-Dig­it Cost Increases for Families Sending K-12 Students to School This Fall
12:05 22.07.14

COLUMBUS, Ohio --(BUSINES­S WIRE)--

The cost of equipping K-12 public school students for the 2014-2015 school year has jumped as much as 20 percent, one of the largest year-over-­year increases in the eight-year­ history of the annual Huntington­ Backpack Index. While the cost for supplies and school activities­ continues to climb for families, average hourly nonfarm payroll earnings rose just 2.05 percent between May 2013 and May 2014, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics­. The increases in back-to-sc­hool costs also far outpaced the Consumer Price Index, which rose 2.1 percent for the same time period.

According to the Huntington­ Backpack Index, parents can expect to pay:

$642 for elementary­ school children, an 11 percent increase compared to 2013
$918 for middle school children, a 20 percent jump compared to 2013
$1,284 for high school students, a 5 percent increase compared to 2013
“Hunt­ington Bank issues its annual Backpack Index each year to help families budget and save for the upcoming school year,” said George Mokrzan, director of economics for Huntington­ Bank. “With­ the slow growth in wages, it is difficult for many families to meet the rising costs of sending children to school. We recommend that parents begin to take advantage of sales for classroom supplies and activities­ from now until September in order to save money. They also might use the Huntington­ Backpack Index to teach children about budgeting and shopping wisely.”

Increases in the Backpack Index this year were mostly the result of hikes in fees for standardiz­ed testing as well as school fees including field trip and pay to play fees. More schools are also requiring students to purchase a gym uniform. Finally, middle school students will see a hike because some districts are requiring graphing calculator­s with Algebra now taught earlier in many middle schools.

Parents of high school and middle school students may also face the costs of buying their children computer tablets because more schools are now using tablets in the classroom.­

Since Huntington­ first introduced­ the Backpack Index in 2007, costs have cumulative­ly increased 83 percent for elementary­ school students, 73 percent for middle school students and 44 percent for high school students.

Huntington­ completed its own comparison­ shopping for the coming school year and found ways for families to save an average of $130. Saving tips include:

Start Now: The sooner you begin to comparison­ shop, the better. The school lists for most schools are currently available.­ Sales have already begun at discount and office supply stores.
Recycle: Take an inventory of the supplies you already have. Determine what you can reuse.
Check your local newspaper:­ Local papers carry circulars from major stores as well as discounter­s. Look at those ads that may offer two-for-on­e sales, discounts on particular­ items and coupons.
Shop around: Go online, compare prices and decide who offers the best deals. Don’t be afraid to buy generic items. Some retailers also will provide free shipping. So you can avoid the cost of going from store to store.
Involve the kids: Help your child create a budget and stick to it. Developing­ a budget and following it is the basis for all good financial education.­
Source creatively­: Talk to neighbors,­ friends and other parents to see if they have an instrument­ or sports equipment their children are no longer using.
Check with your school: Determine whether your school offers help in obtaining supplies for low- to moderate-i­ncome families.
Huntington­ Backpack Index Methodolog­y

Huntington­ annually obtains classroom-­supply lists from a cross-sect­ion of schools throughout­ the six states it serves and compiles a representa­tive list of required supplies and fees. Costs are determined­ by selecting moderately­ priced items at online retailers.­ Huntington­ also gives 15,000 backpacks to low- to moderate-i­ncome children within its markets. Backpacks are donated this year by Meijer, Guy Brown Management­, OfficeMax and Standard Register.

About Huntington­

Huntington­ Bancshares­ Incorporat­ed is a $64 billion asset regional bank holding company headquarte­red in Columbus, Ohio. The Huntington­ National Bank, founded in 1866, and its affiliates­ provide full-servi­ce commercial­, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management­ and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment­ management­ services; trust services; brokerage services; customized­ insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington­’s six-state retail banking franchise:­ Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distributi­on channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditiona­l branches and convenienc­e branches located in grocery stores and retirement­ centers, and through an array of alternativ­e distributi­on channels including internet and mobile banking, telephone banking, and more than 1,500 ATMs. Through automotive­ dealership­ relationsh­ips within its six-state retail banking franchise area and selected other Midwest and New England states, Huntington­ also provides commercial­ banking services to the automotive­ dealers and retail automobile­ financing for dealer customers.­



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25.08.14 11:07 #132  buran
thread update RTK 7,455 € RTP +1,03 Pott +37,02% ,GrB
 
18.12.14 17:39 #138  buran
Huntington-Bank-to-Offer-Apple-Pay-to-Customers http://www­.ariva.de/­news/...k-­to-Offer-A­pple-Pay-t­o-Customer­s-5243801 GrB  
15.12.16 09:36 #139  buran
26.09.17 00:25 #140  buran
Der Anteilsschein von Huntington Bancshares verzeichne­t zur Stunde einen Abschlag von 4,01 Prozent. Er hat sich um 42 Cent gegenüber dem Schlusskur­s vom vorigen Handelstag­ verschlech­tert. Die Aktie kostet derzeit 10,03 Euro. Gegenüber dem S&P 500 liegt das Wertpapier­ von Huntington­ Bancshares­ damit im Hintertref­fen. Der S&P 500 kommt derzeit nämlich auf 2.460 Punkte. Das entspricht­ einem Minus von 0,28 Prozent. http://www­.ariva.de/­news/...an­cshares-ak­tie-mit-ku­rsverluste­n-6457567

 
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