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Investor Relations

Parkside Financial Bank & Trust is the wholly owned subsidiary of Parkside Financial, Inc.  Our growth is made possible because of the commitment of Parkside Financial, Inc. shareholders.  We encourage you to visit our website often for updated news and information, as well as past issues of our Shareholder Newsletter.

Stock Transactions
We are pleased to partner with BancList.com to provide our current and prospective shareholders a convenient and transparent marketplace to post listings in order to facilitate the buying or selling of Parkside Financial, Inc. stock. 

Once a stock transaction has been negotiated privately, please Parkside Financial, Inc. Investor Relations to facilitate the trade. 

Phone:  314.290.8615
Email:  investorrelations@pfbt.com 

Most Recent Stock Transactions*
Transaction Date Total Shares Price Per Share
September 29, 2021 4,500 $34.00
September 13, 2021 4,000 $33.00
August 30, 2021 3,000 $34.00
August 16, 2021 1,250 $33.00
August 6, 2021 4,000 $33.00
Parkside Financial, Inc. Dividend History*
2021 - $0.95 per share
2020 - $0.85 per share
2019 - $0.80 per share
2018 - $0.625 per share
2017 - $0.50 per share
*Most recent five years
Questions? Please do not hesitate to contact our team.

*The Company is aware of the following recent transactions in the Company’s stock. No assurances can be given that such information reflects all transactions in the Company’s stock during the period or that such transactions accurately and completely reflect the value of the Company’s stock. Such information is provided for convenience and should not be relied upon. The Company does not make a market in or otherwise trade in its stock. However, the Company can assist in the settlement of transactions in its stock between buyers and sellers who have independently negotiated the terms of their transactions.
Investments are not insured by the FDIC or any government agency, provide no bank guarantee, are not a deposit and may lose value.