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  • Common Stock of Intervest Bancshares Corporation ( "Intervest"), the parent of the Sellers, for an aggregate purchase price of $4,250,000.

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  • More specifically, appellant ( "Intervest") argues that the district court employed a "heightened 'substantial similarly' standard" by itself focusing upon certain dissimilarities between the two floor-plans at issue, based upon 1 a misinterpretation of Howard v. Sterchi, 974 F. 2d 1272 (11th Cir.

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  • Manaia has been fired twice from jobs as a broker-dealer, once more nearly 20 years ago from a job at Merrill Lynch and more recently, in July 2010, from Intervest International Equities Corporation, for "multiple violation of firm's policies and procedures".

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  • Expertise in this area makes Intervest attractive to borrowers and brokers.

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  • For the fourth quarter of 2010, Intervest had net earnings of $400,000, or 2 cents a share, compared with net earnings of $300,000, or 4 cents a share, for the same quarter a year ago.

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  • Intervest NASDAQ: IBCA, headquartered in New York and with $2.1 billion in total assets, is the parent company of Intervest Bank, which has six offices in Pinellas County.

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  • Subsequent to the forced loan sale in 2Q 2010, Intervest's three primary capital ratios Tier 1 leverage, Tier 1 risk-based capital, and Total risk-based capital have shown consistent improvement, as have both ROA and ROE.

  • Intervest, by comparison, has a far more conservative risk profile.

  • Notwithstanding the fact that any bank's loan book is by nature something of a black box to outsiders, the scale and intensity of the OCC's review, in conjunction with the huge discount to tangible book, provide patient investors with a large margin of safety as they wait for the public markets to more accurately reflect Intervest's intrinsic value.

  • Intervest's primary funding source is CDs, which although more expensive than traditional deposits, allow it to better match the duration of its assets and liabilities.

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