The First Of Long Island (FLIC) Announces Three-for-Two Common Stock Split
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The First of Long Island Corporation (Nasdaq: FLIC) announced a 3-for-2 stock split. The stock split will be effected through a 50% stock dividend entitling each stockholder of record to receive one additional share of common stock for each two shares owned. The Corporation will not pay cash in lieu of fractional shares, but will instead round-up each shareholder’s entitlement to the nearest full share. Additional shares issued as a result of the stock split will be distributed on November 28, 2016, to shareholders of record on November 10, 2016. Trading of the Corporation’s shares on a split-adjusted basis is expected to begin on November 29, 2016.
Michael N. Vittorio, President and Chief Executive Officer of The First of Long Island Corporation, stated: “We are proud of the long-term value we have created for our stockholders and look forward to executing our plans for future growth and expansion. The stock split may broaden our investor base and improve the trading volume and liquidity of our common stock.”
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