Trustmark Corporation Announces First Quarter 2013 Financial Results and Declares $0.23 Quarterly Dividend

  Trustmark Corporation Announces First Quarter 2013 Financial Results and
  Declares $0.23 Quarterly Dividend

       Results include impact of BancTrust merger from acquisition date

Business Wire

JACKSON, Miss. -- April 23, 2013

Trustmark Corporation (NASDAQ:TRMK) announced net income available to common
shareholders of $24.9 million in the first quarter of 2013, which resulted in
diluted earnings per share of $0.38. Included in first quarter results were
non-routine merger costs that reduced after-tax net income by $5.8 million, or
approximately $0.08 per diluted share. Excluding these non-routine merger
costs, net income available to common shareholders totaled $30.6 million, or
$0.46 per diluted share, in the first quarter of 2013. Trustmark’s performance
during the first three months of 2013 produced a return on average tangible
common equity of 10.82%. Trustmark’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly
cash dividend of $0.23 per common share payable June 15, 2013, to shareholders
of record on June 1, 2013.

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On February 15, 2013, Trustmark completed its previously announced merger with
BancTrust Financial Group, Inc. (“BancTrust”), headquartered in Mobile,
Alabama. The results of the merger are reflected in Trustmark’s financial
information from the date of acquisition. As of March 31, 2013, acquired loans
and deposits from BancTrust totaled $929.1 million and $1.7 billion,
respectively. During the first quarter of 2013, revenue attributable to
BancTrust totaled $9.4 million while net income, excluding non-routine merger
charges, totaled $2.0 million.

Gerard R. Host, President and CEO, stated, “Trustmark experienced a great
start to the year as indicated by our solid financial results in the first
quarter and the successful completion of the largest merger in our history.
During the first quarter, total revenue increased 6.6% to $133.3 million due
to the continued strong performance of our banking, mortgage banking, wealth
management, and insurance businesses while credit quality continued to
experience significant improvements, as evidenced by reduced net charge-offs
and provisioning.”

“During the quarter, we welcomed the customers and associates of BancTrust to
the Trustmark family. With the completion of the merger, the Trustmark
franchise expanded to attractive Alabama markets, including Mobile, Montgomery
and Selma, as well as increased in scale within our existing Florida markets.
This merger, which is meaningfully accretive to earnings per share, provides
significant opportunity to generate additional revenue by delivering
Trustmark’s full suite of banking, mortgage, wealth management and insurance
services to these new markets. We have successfully completed operational
conversion of all banking systems and are able to provide our customers the
convenience and service they expect through 220 offices across our five-state
franchise. Thanks to our dedicated associates, solid profitability and strong
capital base, we are well-positioned to continue providing value for our
customers and shareholders,” said Host.

Credit Quality

  *Significant reduction in classified and criticized loan balances
  *Excluding other real estate acquired from BancTrust, nonperforming assets
    declined to lowest level in 17 quarters
  *Improved credit quality reflected in reduced net charge-offs and
    provisioning

Nonperforming loans totaled $83.3 million at March 31, 2013, an increase of
1.2% from the prior quarter and a decline of 21.2% from the prior year.
Foreclosed other real estate increased $40.2 million, or 51.4% from the prior
quarter, and $42.7 million, or 56.3% from the prior year, to total $118.4
million, of which $41.2 million was attributable to the BancTrust merger.
Excluding other real estate from the BancTrust merger, other real estate
declined $951 thousand, or 1.2%, from the prior quarter. Collectively,
nonperforming assets totaled $201.7 million at March 31, 2013, an increase of
25.6% from prior quarter and 11.1% from levels one year earlier.

During the first quarter, recoveries exceeded charge-offs, resulting in a net
recovery of $1.1 million, which represented -0.08% of average loans, excluding
acquired loans. This compares to net charge-offs of $4.3 million, or 0.29% of
average loans, in the prior quarter and $1.9 million, or 0.13% of average
loans, one year earlier. During the first quarter of 2013, Trustmark’s
provision for loan losses for loans held for investment was a negative $3.0
million as a result of the net recovery position and improved credit quality.
During the first quarter, Trustmark experienced a decline of $19.7 million, or
7.8%, in classified loans and a decline of $15.0 million, or 4.6%, in
criticized loans relative to the prior quarter. Relative to figures one year
earlier, classified loan balances decreased $76.9 million, or 24.7%, while
criticized loan balances decreased $86.2 million, or 21.6%.

Allocation of Trustmark’s $76.9 million allowance for loan losses represented
1.56% of commercial loans and 0.98% of consumer and home mortgage loans,
resulting in an allowance to total loans held for investment of 1.40% at March
31, 2013, which represents a level management considers commensurate with the
inherent risk in the loan portfolio. The allowance for loan losses represented
145.8% of nonperforming loans, excluding impaired loans.

All of the above credit metrics exclude acquired loans and other real estate
covered by FDIC loss-share agreement.

Balance Sheet Management

  *Average earning assets increased $736.6 million to $9.4 billion
  *Net interest income (FTE) totaled $92.6 million, resulting in 3.98% NIM

During the first quarter total loans, including held for investment and
acquired loans, increased $798.8 million to total $6.5 billion; this growth
included acquired loans from BancTrust. Loans held for investment totaled $5.5
billion, down $118.4 million from the prior quarter due to the planned runoff
of $124.6 million in the 1-4 family mortgage portfolio. As previously
indicated, Trustmark elected to sell the majority of these lower-rate,
longer-term mortgages in the secondary market rather than replace runoff in
this portfolio.

Commercial and industrial loans increased $37.3 million during the quarter,
reflecting growth in Trustmark’s Texas, Tennessee and Alabama markets of $15.7
million, $15.0 million and $6.2 million, respectively. Construction and land
development loans increased $16.4 million during the quarter, reflecting
growth in Trustmark’s Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas markets.

Deposits totaled $9.9 billion at March 31, 2013, an increase of $2.0 billion
from the prior quarter. Approximately $1.7 billion of this growth was
attributable to the BancTrust merger with the balance in growth occurring
across Trustmark’s legacy franchise. At March 31, 2013, noninterest-bearing
deposits totaled $2.5 billion to represent 25.6% of deposits.

During the first quarter of 2013, average earning assets increased $736.6
million to $9.4 billion, driven by growth in both the loan and investment
portfolios. Average total loans increased $346.7 million to $6.3 billion while
average investment securities expanded $388.5 million to $3.1 billion. Average
deposits increased $1.0 billion from the prior quarter to total $8.8 billion.

Net interest income (FTE) in the first quarter totaled $92.6 million,
resulting in a four basis point expansion of the net interest margin to 3.98%.
This increase from the prior quarter was attributable to the addition of
higher yielding acquired loans from the BancTrust merger. The net interest
margin excluding acquired loans was 3.66%, a decline of 11 basis points from
the prior quarter. This reduction in margin was primarily attributable to a
decline in yield on securities that was partially offset by a modest reduction
in the cost of interest-bearing deposits.

Capital Strength

  *Maintained strong capital base upon completion of BancTrust merger
  *Tangible common equity to tangible assets ratio of 8.20%
  *Total risk-based capital ratio of 14.52%

Trustmark’s total common equity was $1.35 billion at March 31, 2013, up $65.6
million from December 31, 2012. This increase included the issuance of 2.24
million common shares valued at $53.5 million as consideration in the
BancTrust merger. During the quarter, goodwill and identifiable intangible
assets increased $107.3 million principally due to the acquisition; as a
result, tangible common equity totaled $937.2 million at March 31, 2013.

At March 31, 2013, Trustmark’s tangible common equity to tangible assets ratio
was 8.20% while the total risk-based capital ratio was 14.52%, significantly
exceeding the 10.00% benchmark to be classified as “well-capitalized.”
Trustmark’s solid capital base provides the opportunity to support organic
loan growth in an improving economy and enhance long-term shareholder value.

Noninterest Income

  *Noninterest income expanded to $44.3 million, represented 33.3% of total
    revenue in first quarter
  *Mortgage banking, wealth management and insurance revenue increased
  *BancTrust merger contributed approximately $2.0 million to noninterest
    income

Trustmark continued to achieve solid financial results from its diversified
financial services businesses. Mortgage loan production in the first quarter
totaled $392.1 million, down 20.8% from the prior quarter and 5.5% from levels
one year earlier, due principally to the decline in refinancing activity
following an extended low interest rate environment. Despite a decline from
record mortgage production levels, the profitability of Trustmark’s mortgage
banking unit increased 2.2% from the prior quarter to $11.6 million. This
level of performance reflected stable mortgage servicing income, significant
secondary marketing gains and effective mortgage servicing hedging strategies.

Insurance revenue totaled $7.2 million, an increase of 5.2% from the prior
quarter and 9.6% relative to figures one year earlier due to expanded business
development efforts as well as the continued firming of insurance rates.
Wealth Management income totaled $6.9 million in the first quarter, an
increase of $694 thousand, or 11.2%, from the prior quarter; BancTrust
contributed approximately $576 thousand of the increase during the quarter.

Service charges on deposit accounts totaled $11.7 million in the first
quarter, reflecting a seasonal decline from the prior quarter, and included a
$498 thousand contribution from BancTrust. Bank card and other fees totaled
$7.9 million in the first quarter and included contributions from BancTrust of
approximately $461 thousand. Excluding the contributions of BancTrust, bank
card and other fees declined $495 thousand reflecting a seasonal decline from
the previous quarter. Other income totaled a negative $1.2 million compared to
a negative $2.0 million for the prior quarter and can be attributed to a
reduction in the amortization of partnership interest for tax credits during
the quarter of $1.1 million.

Noninterest Expense

  *Noninterest expense, excluding merger-related expenses of $9.4 million,
    totaled $92.8 million
  *Merger-related efficiencies will continue to be realized throughout 2013

Noninterest expense in the first quarter totaled $102.1 million and included
non-routine merger- related expense of $9.4 million as well as operating
expenses for BancTrust of approximately $6.7 million. Excluding these two
items, noninterest expense totaled $86.1 million, a decline of $1.2 million
from the prior quarter. Further adjustment to exclude ORE and foreclosure
expense result in noninterest expense of $82.6 million in the first quarter, a
decline of $1.5 million from comparable figures in the prior quarter.

Salaries and employee benefits expense totaled $53.6 million in the first
quarter, including BancTrust-related expense of $4.9 million (including
severance and change in control payments of $1.4 million). Excluding
BancTrust-related expense, salaries and employee benefits expense totaled
$48.7 million in the first quarter of 2013, down $1.0 million, or 2.1%, from
the prior quarter. Other expense totaled $18.1 million and included
merger-related expense of $7.9 million, as well as other operating expense of
$917 thousand related to BancTrust. Excluding these merger-related expenses,
other expense declined $1.2 million, or 11.9%, relative to the prior quarter
due to reductions in mortgage loan-related expense.

In March 2013, BancTrust’s operating systems were successfully converted to
Trustmark’s banking platform. Additional consolidation and cost reduction
opportunities will be realized during the course of the year in a manner
designed to preserve customer relationships and maintain customer service.

Trustmark continued realignment of its branch network to enhance productivity
and efficiency. As previously announced, two of Trustmark’s Houston offices
were consolidated into a new administrative office on April 1. In addition,
five overlapping offices in the Florida Panhandle will be consolidated in
early May as a result of the BancTrust merger; following these consolidations,
Trustmark will have 17 convenient locations in the Bay, Okaloosa and Walton
County area. Trustmark also announced plans to expand in the Oxford,
Mississippi market with the purchase of two branch offices and the assumption
of selected deposit accounts of approximately $11.8 million from SOUTHBank,
F.S.B. This transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval and customary
closing conditions, is expected to be completed during the summer of 2013.
Trustmark is committed to investments to support profitable revenue growth as
well as reengineering and efficiency opportunities to enhance shareholder
value.

Additional Information

As previously announced, Trustmark will conduct a conference call with
analysts on Wednesday, April 24, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. Central Time to discuss
the Corporation’s financial results. Interested parties may listen to the
conference call by dialing (877) 317-6789, passcode 10008303, or by clicking
on the link provided under the Investor Relations section of our website at
www.trustmark.com. A replay of the conference call will also be available
through Wednesday, May 8, 2013, in archived format at the same web address or
by calling (877) 344-7529, passcode 10008303.

Trustmark Corporation is a financial services company providing banking and
financial solutions through approximately 220 offices in Alabama, Florida,
Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas.

Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements contained in this document constitute forward-looking
statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
of 1995. You can identify forward-looking statements by words such as “may,”
“hope,” “will,” “should,” “expect,” “plan,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “believe,”
“estimate,” “predict,” “potential,” “continue,” “could,” “future” or the
negative of those terms or other words of similar meaning. You should read
statements that contain these words carefully because they discuss our future
expectations or state other “forward-looking” information. These
forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements
relating to anticipated future operating and financial performance measures,
including net interest margin, credit quality, business initiatives, growth
opportunities and growth rates, among other things, and encompass any
estimate, prediction, expectation, projection, opinion, anticipation, outlook
or statement of belief included therein as well as the management assumptions
underlying these forward-looking statements. You should be aware that the
occurrence of the events described under the caption “Risk Factors” in
Trustmark’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission could have an
adverse effect on our business, results of operations and financial condition.
Should one or more of these risks materialize, or should any such underlying
assumptions prove to be significantly different, actual results may vary
significantly from those anticipated, estimated, projected or expected.

Risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from current
expectations of Management include, but are not limited to, changes in the
level of nonperforming assets and charge-offs, local, state and national
economic and market conditions, including the extent and duration of the
current volatility in the credit and financial markets, changes in our ability
to measure the fair value of assets in our portfolio, material changes in the
level and/or volatility of market interest rates, the performance and demand
for the products and services we offer, including the level and timing of
withdrawals from our deposit accounts, the costs and effects of litigation and
of unexpected or adverse outcomes in such litigation, our ability to attract
noninterest-bearing deposits and other low-cost funds, competition in loan and
deposit pricing, as well as the entry of new competitors into our markets
through de novo expansion and acquisitions, economic conditions, including the
potential impact of the European financial crisis on the U.S. economy and the
markets we serve, and monetary and other governmental actions designed to
address the level and volatility of interest rates and the volatility of
securities, currency and other markets, the enactment of legislation and
changes in existing regulations, or enforcement practices, or the adoption of
new regulations, changes in accounting standards and practices, including
changes in the interpretation of existing standards, that affect our
consolidated financial statements, changes in consumer spending, borrowings
and savings habits, technological changes, changes in the financial
performance or condition of our borrowers, changes in our ability to control
expenses, changes in our compensation and benefit plans, greater than expected
costs or difficulties related to the integration of acquisitions or new
products and lines of business, natural disasters, environmental disasters,
acts of war or terrorism, the ability to maintain relationships with
customers, employees or suppliers as well as the ability to successfully
integrate the business and realize cost savings and any other synergies from
the BancTrust merger as well as the risk that the credit ratings of the
combined company or its subsidiaries may be different from what the companies
expect, and other risks described in our filings with the Securities and
Exchange Commission.

Although we believe that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking
statements are reasonable, we can give no assurance that such expectations
will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, we undertake no
obligation to update or revise any of this information, whether as the result
of new information, future events or developments or otherwise.


TRUSTMARK CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION
March 31, 2013
($ in thousands)
(unaudited)
                                                                    Linked Quarter            Year over Year
QUARTERLY AVERAGE      3/31/2013      12/31/2012     3/31/2012    $ Change       %         $ Change       %      
BALANCES                                                                                Change                    Change
Securities            $ 2,836,051      $ 2,466,738      $ 2,327,572     $ 369,313       15.0   %   $ 508,479      21.8   %
AFS-taxable
Securities              167,773          169,906          160,870         (2,133    )   -1.3   %     6,903        4.3    %
AFS-nontaxable
Securities              48,632           26,510           33,270          22,122        83.4   %     15,362       46.2   %
HTM-taxable
Securities             16,648         17,443         21,598        (795      )   -4.6   %    (4,950    )  -22.9  %
HTM-nontaxable
Total securities       3,069,104      2,680,597      2,543,310     388,507      14.5   %    525,794     20.7   %
Loans (including
loans held for          5,741,340        5,834,525        6,014,133       (93,185   )   -1.6   %     (272,793  )  -4.5   %
sale)
Acquired loans:
Noncovered loans        530,643          82,317           19,931          448,326       n/m          510,712      n/m
Covered loans           49,815           58,272           75,612          (8,457    )   -14.5  %     (25,797   )  -34.1  %
Fed funds sold and      6,618            8,747            9,568           (2,129    )   -24.3  %     (2,950    )  -30.8  %
rev repos
Other earning          34,661         31,168         34,102        3,493        11.2   %    559         1.6    %
assets
Total earning          9,432,181      8,695,626      8,696,656     736,555      8.5    %    735,525     8.5    %
assets
Allowance for loan      (86,447    )     (88,715    )     (92,062   )     2,268         -2.6   %     5,615        -6.1   %
losses
Cash and due from       270,740          238,976          232,139         31,764        13.3   %     38,601       16.6   %
banks
Other assets           1,183,493      972,748        918,273       210,745      21.7   %    265,220     28.9   %
Total assets          $ 10,799,967    $ 9,818,635     $ 9,755,006    $ 981,332      10.0   %   $ 1,044,961   10.7   %
                                                                                                                  
Interest-bearing      $ 1,703,336      $ 1,545,967      $ 1,545,045     $ 157,369       10.2   %   $ 158,291      10.2   %
demand deposits
Savings deposits        2,767,747        2,275,569        2,339,166       492,178       21.6   %     428,581      18.3   %
Time deposits less      1,268,619        1,120,735        1,190,888       147,884       13.2   %     77,731       6.5    %
than $100,000
Time deposits of       893,104        760,363        825,214       132,741      17.5   %    67,890      8.2    %
$100,000 or more
Total
interest-bearing        6,632,806        5,702,634        5,900,313       930,172       16.3   %     732,493      12.4   %
deposits
Fed funds purchased     266,958          388,007          437,270         (121,049  )   -31.2  %     (170,312  )  -38.9  %
and repos
Short-term              66,999           85,313           84,797          (18,314   )   -21.5  %     (17,798   )  -21.0  %
borrowings
Long-term FHLB          4,580            -                -               4,580         n/m          4,580        n/m
advances
Subordinated notes      49,874           49,866           49,842          8             0.0    %     32           0.1    %
Junior subordinated    77,989         61,856         61,856        16,133       26.1   %    16,133      26.1   %
debt securities
Total
interest-bearing        7,099,206        6,287,676        6,534,078       811,530       12.9   %     565,128      8.6    %
liabilities
Noninterest-bearing     2,199,043        2,115,784        1,869,758       83,259        3.9    %     329,285      17.6   %
deposits
Other liabilities      176,210        126,953        122,668       49,257       38.8   %    53,542      43.6   %
Total liabilities       9,474,459        8,530,413        8,526,504       944,046       11.1   %     947,955      11.1   %
Shareholders'          1,325,508      1,288,222      1,228,502     37,286       2.9    %    97,006      7.9    %
equity
Total liabilities     $ 10,799,967    $ 9,818,635     $ 9,755,006    $ 981,332      10.0   %   $ 1,044,961   10.7   %
and equity
                                                                                                                  
                                                                        Linked Quarter             Year over Year 
PERIOD END BALANCES    3/31/2013      12/31/2012     3/31/2012    $ Change        %         $ Change       %      
                                                                                        Change                    Change
Cash and due from     $ 242,896        $ 231,489        $ 213,500       $ 11,407        4.9    %   $ 29,396       13.8   %
banks
Fed funds sold and      5,926            7,046            6,301           (1,120    )   -15.9  %     (375      )  -6.0   %
rev repos
Securities              3,546,083        2,657,745        2,595,664       888,338       33.4   %     950,419      36.6   %
available for sale
Securities held to      73,666           42,188           52,010          31,478        74.6   %     21,656       41.6   %
maturity
Loans held for sale     207,758          257,986          227,449         (50,228   )   -19.5  %     (19,691   )  -8.7   %
(LHFS)
Loans held for          5,474,396        5,592,754        5,774,753       (118,358  )   -2.1   %     (300,357  )  -5.2   %
investment (LHFI)
Allowance for loan     (76,900    )    (78,738    )    (90,879   )    1,838        -2.3   %    13,979      -15.4  %
losses
Net LHFI                5,397,496        5,514,016        5,683,874       (116,520  )   -2.1   %     (286,378  )  -5.0   %
Acquired loans:
Noncovered loans        1,003,127        81,523           100,669         921,604       n/m          902,458      n/m
Covered loans           47,589           52,041           74,419          (4,452    )   -8.6   %     (26,830   )  -36.1  %
Allowance for loan
losses, acquired       (6,458     )    (6,075     )    (773      )    (383      )   6.3    %    (5,685    )  n/m
loans
Net acquired loans     1,044,258      127,489        174,315       916,769      n/m         869,943     n/m
Net LHFI and            6,441,754        5,641,505        5,858,189       800,249       14.2   %     583,565      10.0   %
acquired loans
Premises and            210,789          154,841          156,158         55,948        36.1   %     54,631       35.0   %
equipment, net
Mortgage servicing      51,529           47,341           45,893          4,188         8.8    %     5,636        12.3   %
rights
Goodwill                366,366          291,104          291,104         75,262        25.9   %     75,262       25.9   %
Identifiable            49,361           17,306           18,821          32,055        n/m          30,540       n/m
intangible assets
Other real estate,
excluding covered       118,406          78,189           75,742          40,217        51.4   %     42,664       56.3   %
other real estate
Covered other real      5,879            5,741            5,824           138           2.4    %     55           0.9    %
estate
FDIC
indemnification         20,198           21,774           28,260          (1,576    )   -7.2   %     (8,062    )  -28.5  %
asset
Other assets           509,904        374,412        356,678       135,492      36.2   %    153,226     43.0   %
Total assets          $ 11,850,515    $ 9,828,667     $ 9,931,593    $ 2,021,848    20.6   %   $ 1,918,922   19.3   %
                                                                                                                  
Deposits:
Noninterest-bearing   $ 2,534,287      $ 2,254,211      $ 2,024,290     $ 280,076       12.4   %   $ 509,997      25.2   %
Interest-bearing       7,375,144      5,642,306      6,066,456     1,732,838    30.7   %    1,308,688   21.6   %
Total deposits          9,909,431        7,896,517        8,090,746       2,012,914     25.5   %     1,818,685    22.5   %
Fed funds purchased     219,769          288,829          254,878         (69,060   )   -23.9  %     (35,109   )  -13.8  %
and repos
Short-term              46,325           86,920           82,023          (40,595   )   -46.7  %     (35,698   )  -43.5  %
borrowings
Long-term FHLB          10,969           -                -               10,969        n/m          10,969       n/m
advances
Subordinated notes      49,879           49,871           49,847          8             0.0    %     32           0.1    %
Junior subordinated     94,856           61,856           61,856          33,000        53.3   %     33,000       53.3   %
debt securities
Other liabilities      166,340        157,305        150,723       9,035        5.7    %    15,617      10.4   %
Total liabilities      10,497,569     8,541,298      8,690,073     1,956,271    22.9   %    1,807,496   20.8   %
Common stock            13,992           13,506           13,494          486           3.6    %     498          3.7    %
Capital surplus         342,233          285,905          282,388         56,328        19.7   %     59,845       21.2   %
Retained earnings       991,012          984,563          944,101         6,449         0.7    %     46,911       5.0    %
Accum other
comprehensive
income, net of tax     5,709          3,395          1,537         2,314        68.2   %    4,172       n/m
Total shareholders'    1,352,946      1,287,369      1,241,520     65,577       5.1    %    111,426     9.0    %
equity
Total liabilities     $ 11,850,515    $ 9,828,667     $ 9,931,593    $ 2,021,848    20.6   %   $ 1,918,922   19.3   %
and equity
                                                                                                                  
n/m - percentage changes greater than +/- 100% are considered not meaningful
                                                                                                                  


TRUSTMARK CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION
March 31, 2013
($ in thousands except per share data)
(unaudited)
                                                                                                     
                                                                                                             
                     Quarter Ended                                    Linked Quarter          Year over Year
INCOME STATEMENTS     3/31/2013      12/31/2012     3/31/2012     $ Change     %         $ Change     %      
                                                                                     Change                  Change
Interest and fees    $ 67,412         $ 69,989         $ 75,781         $ (2,577 )   -3.7   %   $ (8,369 )   -11.0  %
on LHFS & LHFI-FTE
Interest and fees      12,782           4,859            2,937            7,923      n/m          9,845      n/m
on acquired loans
Interest on            16,539           15,305           18,384           1,234      8.1    %     (1,845 )   -10.0  %
securities-taxable
Interest on
securities-tax         2,018            2,066            2,102            (48    )   -2.3   %     (84    )   -4.0   %
exempt-FTE
Interest on fed
funds sold and rev     4                9                6                (5     )   -55.6  %     (2     )   -33.3  %
repos
Other interest        355            337            330            18        5.3    %    25        7.6    %
income
Total interest        99,110         92,565         99,540         6,545     7.1    %    (430   )   -0.4   %
income-FTE
Interest on            4,909            5,061            7,353            (152   )   -3.0   %     (2,444 )   -33.2  %
deposits
Interest on fed
funds pch and          81               140              171              (59    )   -42.1  %     (90    )   -52.6  %
repos
Other interest        1,490          1,346          1,414          144       10.7   %    76        5.4    %
expense
Total interest        6,480          6,547          8,938          (67    )   -1.0   %    (2,458 )   -27.5  %
expense
Net interest           92,630           86,018           90,602           6,612      7.7    %     2,028      2.2    %
income-FTE
Provision for loan     (2,968     )     (535       )     3,293            (2,433 )   n/m          (6,261 )   n/m
losses, LHFI
Provision for loan
losses, acquired      130            1,945          (194       )    (1,815 )   -93.3  %    324       n/m
loans
Net interest
income after          95,468         84,608         87,503         10,860    12.8   %    7,965     9.1    %
provision-FTE
Service charges on     11,681           12,391           12,211           (710   )   -5.7   %     (530   )   -4.3   %
deposit accounts
Insurance              7,242            6,887            6,606            355        5.2    %     636        9.6    %
commissions
Wealth management      6,875            6,181            5,501            694        11.2   %     1,374      25.0   %
Bank card and          7,945            7,978            7,364            (33    )   -0.4   %     581        7.9    %
other fees
Mortgage banking,      11,583           11,331           7,295            252        2.2    %     4,288      58.8   %
net
Other, net            (1,191     )    (2,007     )    3,758          816       -40.7  %    (4,949 )   n/m
Nonint inc-excl
sec gains              44,135           42,761           42,735           1,374      3.2    %     1,400      3.3    %
(losses), net
Security gains        204            18             1,050          186       n/m         (846   )   -80.6  %
(losses), net
Total noninterest     44,339         42,779         43,785         1,560     3.6    %    554       1.3    %
income
Salaries and           53,592           49,724           46,432           3,868      7.8    %     7,160      15.4   %
employee benefits
Services and fees      13,032           12,572           10,747           460        3.7    %     2,285      21.3   %
Net                    5,955            5,023            4,938            932        18.6   %     1,017      20.6   %
occupancy-premises
Equipment expense      5,674            5,288            4,912            386        7.3    %     762        15.5   %
FDIC assessment        2,021            1,075            1,775            946        88.0   %     246        13.9   %
expense
ORE/Foreclosure        3,820            3,173            3,902            647        20.4   %     (82    )   -2.1   %
expense
Other expense         18,051         10,454         13,068         7,597     72.7   %    4,983     38.1   %
Total noninterest     102,145        87,309         85,774         14,836    17.0   %    16,371    19.1   %
expense
Income before
income taxes and       37,662           40,078           45,514           (2,416 )   -6.0   %     (7,852 )   -17.3  %
tax eq adj
Tax equivalent        3,655          3,699          3,658          (44    )   -1.2   %    (3     )   -0.1   %
adjustment
Income before          34,007           36,379           41,856           (2,372 )   -6.5   %     (7,849 )   -18.8  %
income taxes
Income taxes          9,141          8,669          11,536         472       5.4    %    (2,395 )   -20.8  %
Net income
available to         $ 24,866        $ 27,710        $ 30,320        $ (2,844 )   -10.3  %   $ (5,454 )   -18.0  %
common
shareholders
                                                                                                             
                                                                                                             
Per common share
data
Earnings per share   $ 0.38          $ 0.43          $ 0.47          $ (0.05  )   -11.6  %   $ (0.09  )   -19.1  %
- basic
                                                                                                             
Earnings per share   $ 0.38          $ 0.43          $ 0.47          $ (0.05  )   -11.6  %   $ (0.09  )   -19.1  %
- diluted
                                                                                                             
Dividends per        $ 0.23          $ 0.23          $ 0.23          $ -         0.0    %   $ -         0.0    %
share
                                                                                                             
Weighted average
common shares
outstanding
Basic                 65,983,204     64,785,457     64,297,038 
                                                                                                             
Diluted               66,149,656     65,007,281     64,477,277 
                                                                                                             
Period end common     67,151,087     64,820,414     64,765,581 
shares outstanding
                                                                                                             
OTHER FINANCIAL
DATA
Return on common       7.61       %     8.56       %     9.93       %
equity
Return on average
tangible common        10.82      %     11.51      %     13.41      %
equity
Return on assets       0.93       %     1.12       %     1.25       %
Interest margin -      4.26       %     4.23       %     4.60       %
Yield - FTE
Interest margin -      0.28       %     0.30       %     0.41       %
Cost
Net interest           3.98       %     3.94       %     4.19       %
margin - FTE
Efficiency ratio       67.84      %     67.80      %     63.70      %
(1)
Full-time
equivalent             3,164            2,666            2,611
employees
                                                                                                             
COMMON STOCK
PERFORMANCE
Market value-Close   $ 25.01          $ 22.46          $ 24.98
Common book value    $ 20.15          $ 19.86          $ 19.17
Tangible common      $ 13.96          $ 15.10          $ 14.38
book value
                                                                                                             
                                                                                                             
(1) - Excludes nonrecurring income and expense items such as securities gains or losses, bargain purchase gains and
non-routine acquisition related transaction expenses.
                                                                                                             
n/m - percentage changes greater than +/- 100% are considered not meaningful
                                                                                                             

                                                                                                          
TRUSTMARK CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION
March 31, 2013
($ in thousands)
(unaudited)
                      Quarter Ended                                  Linked Quarter           Year over Year
NONPERFORMING ASSETS    3/31/2013    12/31/2012    3/31/2012    $ Change      %         $ Change      %      
(1)                                                                                   Change                   Change
Nonaccrual loans
Alabama                $ -             $ -              $ -             $ -           n/m        $ -           n/m
Florida                  14,046          19,314           22,174          (5,268  )   -27.3  %     (8,128  )   -36.7  %
Mississippi (2)          46,697          38,960           48,648          7,737       19.9   %     (1,951  )   -4.0   %
Tennessee (3)            4,877           8,401            13,972          (3,524  )   -41.9  %     (9,095  )   -65.1  %
Texas                   17,702        15,688         20,979        2,014      12.8   %    (3,277  )   -15.6  %
Total nonaccrual         83,322          82,363           105,773         959         1.2    %     (22,451 )   -21.2  %
loans
Other real estate
Alabama                  28,870          -                -               28,870      n/m          28,870      n/m
Florida                  30,662          18,569           26,226          12,093      65.1   %     4,436       16.9   %
Mississippi (2)          26,457          27,771           19,240          (1,314  )   -4.7   %     7,217       37.5   %
Tennessee (3)            18,339          17,589           17,665          750         4.3    %     674         3.8    %
Texas                   14,078        14,260         12,611        (182    )   -1.3   %    1,467      11.6   %
Total other real        118,406       78,189         75,742        40,217     51.4   %    42,664     56.3   %
estate
Total nonperforming    $ 201,728      $ 160,552       $ 181,515      $ 41,176     25.6   %   $ 20,213     11.1   %
assets
                                                                                                               
LOANS PAST DUE OVER
90 DAYS (4)
LHFI                   $ 2,772        $ 6,378         $ 1,553        $ (3,606  )   -56.5  %   $ 1,219      78.5   %
                                                                                                               
LHFS-Guaranteed GNMA
serviced loans
(no obligation to      $ 4,469        $ 43,073        $ 39,496       $ (38,604 )   -89.6  %   $ (35,027 )   -88.7  %
repurchase)
                                                                                                               
                       Quarter Ended                                  Linked Quarter           Year over Year
ALLOWANCE FOR LOAN      3/31/2013     12/31/2012     3/31/2012    $ Change      %         $ Change      %      
LOSSES (4)                                                                            Change                   Change
Beginning Balance      $ 78,738        $ 83,526         $ 89,518        $ (4,788  )   -5.7   %   $ (10,780 )   -12.0  %
Provision for loan       (2,968    )     (535       )     3,293           (2,433  )   n/m          (6,261  )   n/m
losses
Charge-offs              (3,325    )     (8,829     )     (5,376    )     5,504       -62.3  %     2,051       -38.2  %
Recoveries              4,455         4,576          3,444         (121    )   -2.6   %    1,011      29.4   %
Net recoveries          1,130         (4,253     )    (1,932    )    5,383      n/m         3,062      n/m
(charge-offs)
Ending Balance         $ 76,900       $ 78,738        $ 90,879       $ (1,838  )   -2.3   %   $ (13,979 )   -15.4  %
                                                                                                               
PROVISION FOR LOAN
LOSSES (4)
Alabama                $ 676           $ -              $ -             $ 676         n/m        $ 676         n/m
Florida                  (3,675    )     (706       )     739             (2,969  )   n/m          (4,414  )   n/m
Mississippi (2)          (1,920    )     2,031            4,152           (3,951  )   n/m          (6,072  )   n/m
Tennessee (3)            (378      )     (1,037     )     (29       )     659         -63.5  %     (349    )   n/m
Texas                   2,329         (823       )    (1,569    )    3,152      n/m         3,898      n/m
Total provision for    $ (2,968    )   $ (535       )   $ 3,293        $ (2,433  )   n/m        $ (6,261  )   n/m
loan losses
                                                                                                               
NET CHARGE-OFFS (4)
Alabama                $ 11            $ -              $ -             $ 11          n/m        $ 11          n/m
Florida                  (849      )     (237       )     1,495           (612    )   n/m          (2,344  )   n/m
Mississippi (2)          (290      )     874              251             (1,164  )   n/m          (541    )   n/m
Tennessee (3)            249             (43        )     223             292         n/m          26          11.7   %
Texas                   (251      )    3,659          (37       )    (3,910  )   n/m         (214    )   n/m
Total net
(recoveries)           $ (1,130    )   $ 4,253         $ 1,932        $ (5,383  )   n/m        $ (3,062  )   n/m
charge-offs
                                                                                                               
CREDIT QUALITY
RATIOS (1)
Net charge               -0.08     %     0.29       %     0.13      %
offs/average loans
Provision for loan       -0.21     %     -0.04      %     0.22      %
losses/average loans
Nonperforming
loans/total loans        1.47      %     1.41       %     1.76      %
(incl LHFS)
Nonperforming
assets/total loans       3.55      %     2.74       %     3.02      %
(incl LHFS)
Nonperforming
assets/total loans       3.48      %     2.71       %     2.99      %
(incl LHFS) +ORE
ALL/total loans          1.40      %     1.41       %     1.57      %
(excl LHFS)
ALL-commercial/total     1.56      %     1.59       %     1.97      %
commercial loans
ALL-consumer/total
consumer and home        0.98      %     0.97       %     0.75      %
mortgage loans
ALL/nonperforming        92.29     %     95.60      %     85.92     %
loans
ALL/nonperforming
loans - (excl            145.83    %     174.46     %     181.11    %
impaired loans)
                                                                                                               
CAPITAL RATIOS
Common equity/total      11.42     %     13.10      %     12.50     %
assets
Tangible common
equity/tangible          8.20      %     10.28      %     9.68      %
assets
Tangible common
equity/risk-weighted     11.88     %     14.56      %     13.89     %
assets
Tier 1 leverage          9.94      %     10.97      %     10.55     %
ratio
Tier 1 common
risk-based capital       11.91     %     14.63      %     13.98     %
ratio
Tier 1 risk-based        13.09     %     15.53      %     14.87     %
capital ratio
Total risk-based         14.52     %     17.22      %     16.72     %
capital ratio
                                                                                                               
(1) - Excludes Acquired Loans and Covered Other Real Estate
(2) - Mississippi includes Central and Southern Mississippi Regions
(3) - Tennessee includes Memphis, Tennessee and Northern Mississippi Regions
(4) - Excludes Acquired Loans
                                                                                                               
n/m - percentage changes greater than +/- 100% are considered not meaningful
                                                                                                               


TRUSTMARK CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION
March 31, 2013
($ in thousands)
(unaudited)
                     Quarter Ended
AVERAGE BALANCES       3/31/2013     12/31/2012    9/30/2012    6/30/2012    3/31/2012 
Securities            $ 2,836,051      $ 2,466,738      $ 2,409,292     $ 2,341,475     $ 2,327,572
AFS-taxable
Securities              167,773          169,906          169,037         167,287         160,870
AFS-nontaxable
Securities              48,632           26,510           28,333          30,136          33,270
HTM-taxable
Securities             16,648         17,443         18,361        19,378        21,598    
HTM-nontaxable
Total securities       3,069,104      2,680,597      2,625,023     2,558,276     2,543,310 
Loans (including
loans held for          5,741,340        5,834,525        5,886,447       5,938,168       6,014,133
sale)
Acquired loans:
Noncovered loans        530,643          82,317           88,562          97,341          19,931
Covered loans           49,815           58,272           65,259          70,217          75,612
Fed funds sold and      6,618            8,747            6,583           5,309           9,568
rev repos
Other earning          34,661         31,168         31,758        29,654        34,102    
assets
Total earning          9,432,181      8,695,626      8,703,632     8,698,965     8,696,656 
assets
Allowance for loan      (86,447    )     (88,715    )     (86,865   )     (92,223   )     (92,062   )
losses
Cash and due from       270,740          238,976          236,566         272,283         232,139
banks
Other assets           1,183,493      972,748        958,030       947,914       918,273   
Total assets          $ 10,799,967    $ 9,818,635     $ 9,811,363    $ 9,826,939    $ 9,755,006 
                                                                                        
Interest-bearing      $ 1,703,336      $ 1,545,967      $ 1,534,244     $ 1,545,203     $ 1,545,045
demand deposits
Savings deposits        2,767,747        2,275,569        2,348,413       2,467,546       2,339,166
Time deposits less      1,268,619        1,120,735        1,150,620       1,169,532       1,190,888
than $100,000
Time deposits of       893,104        760,363        781,926       813,530       825,214   
$100,000 or more
Total
interest-bearing        6,632,806        5,702,634        5,815,203       5,995,811       5,900,313
deposits
Fed funds purchased     266,958          388,007          374,885         280,726         437,270
and repos
Short-term              66,999           85,313           81,773          80,275          84,797
borrowings
Long-term FHLB          4,580            -                -               -               -
advances
Subordinated notes      49,874           49,866           49,858          49,850          49,842
Junior subordinated    77,989         61,856         61,856        61,856        61,856    
debt securities
Total
interest-bearing        7,099,206        6,287,676        6,383,575       6,468,518       6,534,078
liabilities
Noninterest-bearing     2,199,043        2,115,784        2,039,729       1,998,077       1,869,758
deposits
Other liabilities      176,210        126,953        114,454       104,628       122,668   
Total liabilities       9,474,459        8,530,413        8,537,758       8,571,223       8,526,504
Shareholders'          1,325,508      1,288,222      1,273,605     1,255,716     1,228,502 
equity
Total liabilities     $ 10,799,967    $ 9,818,635     $ 9,811,363    $ 9,826,939    $ 9,755,006 
and equity
                                                                                        
PERIOD END BALANCES    3/31/2013      12/31/2012     9/30/2012     6/30/2012     3/31/2012 
Cash and due from     $ 242,896        $ 231,489        $ 209,188       $ 284,735       $ 213,500
banks
Fed funds sold and      5,926            7,046            5,295           6,725           6,301
rev repos
Securities              3,546,083        2,657,745        2,724,446       2,592,807       2,595,664
available for sale
Securities held to      73,666           42,188           45,484          47,867          52,010
maturity
Loans held for sale     207,758          257,986          324,897         286,221         227,449
(LHFS)
Loans held for          5,474,396        5,592,754        5,527,963       5,650,548       5,774,753
investment (LHFI)
Allowance for loan     (76,900    )    (78,738    )    (83,526   )    (84,809   )    (90,879   )
losses
Net LHFI                5,397,496        5,514,016        5,444,437       5,565,739       5,683,874
Acquired loans:
Noncovered loans        1,003,127        81,523           83,110          94,013          100,669
Covered loans           47,589           52,041           64,503          66,015          74,419
Allowance for loan
losses, acquired       (6,458     )    (6,075     )    (4,343    )    (1,526    )    (773      )
loans
Net acquired loans     1,044,258      127,489        143,270       158,502       174,315   
Net LHFI and            6,441,754        5,641,505        5,587,707       5,724,241       5,858,189
acquired loans
Premises and            210,789          154,841          155,467         156,089         156,158
equipment, net
Mortgage servicing      51,529           47,341           44,211          43,580          45,893
rights
Goodwill                366,366          291,104          291,104         291,104         291,104
Identifiable            49,361           17,306           18,327          19,356          18,821
intangible assets
Other real estate,
excluding covered       118,406          78,189           82,475          73,673          75,742
other real estate
Covered other real      5,879            5,741            5,722           6,482           5,824
estate
FDIC
indemnification         20,198           21,774           23,979          25,309          28,260
asset
Other assets           509,904        374,412        353,857       332,657       356,678   
Total assets          $ 11,850,515    $ 9,828,667     $ 9,872,159    $ 9,890,846    $ 9,931,593 
                                                                                        
Deposits:
Noninterest-bearing   $ 2,534,287      $ 2,254,211      $ 2,118,853     $ 2,063,261     $ 2,024,290
Interest-bearing       7,375,144      5,642,306      5,685,188     5,932,596     6,066,456 
Total deposits          9,909,431        7,896,517        7,804,041       7,995,857       8,090,746
Fed funds purchased     219,769          288,829          408,711         297,669         254,878
and repos
Short-term              46,325           86,920           83,612          78,594          82,023
borrowings
Long-term FHLB          10,969           -                -               -               -
advances
Subordinated notes      49,879           49,871           49,863          49,855          49,847
Junior subordinated     94,856           61,856           61,856          61,856          61,856
debt securities
Other liabilities      166,340        157,305        186,061       148,520       150,723   
Total liabilities      10,497,569     8,541,298      8,594,144     8,632,351     8,690,073 
Common stock            13,992           13,506           13,496          13,496          13,494
Capital surplus         342,233          285,905          284,089         283,023         282,388
Retained earnings       991,012          984,563          973,182         958,322         944,101
Accum other
comprehensive          5,709          3,395          7,248         3,654         1,537     
income, net of tax
Total shareholders'    1,352,946      1,287,369      1,278,015     1,258,495     1,241,520 
equity
Total liabilities     $ 11,850,515     $ 9,828,667      $ 9,872,159     $ 9,890,846     $ 9,931,593
and equity
                                                                                        


TRUSTMARK CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION
March 31, 2013
($ in thousands except per share data)
(unaudited)
                                                                                   
                                                                                         
                     Quarter Ended
INCOME STATEMENTS     3/31/2013      12/31/2012     9/30/2012      6/30/2012      3/31/2012  
Interest and fees    $ 67,412         $ 69,989         $ 72,554         $ 73,669         $ 75,781
on LHFS & LHFI-FTE
Interest and fees      12,782           4,859            5,229            4,377            2,937
on acquired loans
Interest on            16,539           15,305           15,909           17,352           18,384
securities-taxable
Interest on
securities-tax         2,018            2,066            2,089            2,086            2,102
exempt-FTE
Interest on fed
funds sold and rev     4                9                6                5                6
repos
Other interest        355            337            339            336            330        
income
Total interest        99,110         92,565         96,126         97,825         99,540     
income-FTE
Interest on            4,909            5,061            5,725            6,465            7,353
deposits
Interest on fed
funds pch and          81               140              135              142              171
repos
Other interest        1,490          1,346          1,358          1,359          1,414      
expense
Total interest        6,480          6,547          7,218          7,966          8,938      
expense
Net interest           92,630           86,018           88,908           89,859           90,602
income-FTE
Provision for loan     (2,968     )     (535       )     3,358            650              3,293
losses, LHFI
Provision for loan
losses, acquired      130            1,945          2,105          1,672          (194       )
loans
Net interest
income after          95,468         84,608         83,445         87,537         87,503     
provision-FTE
Service charges on     11,681           12,391           13,135           12,614           12,211
deposit accounts
Insurance              7,242            6,887            7,533            7,179            6,606
commissions
Wealth management      6,875            6,181            5,612            5,762            5,501
Bank card and          7,945            7,978            6,924            8,179            7,364
other fees
Mortgage banking,      11,583           11,331           11,150           11,184           7,295
net
Other, net            (1,191     )    (2,007     )    512            (1,150     )    3,758      
Nonint inc-excl
sec gains              44,135           42,761           44,866           43,768           42,735
(losses), net
Security gains        204            18             (1         )    (8         )    1,050      
(losses), net
Total noninterest     44,339         42,779         44,865         43,760         43,785     
income
Salaries and           53,592           49,724           47,404           46,959           46,432
employee benefits
Services and fees      13,032           12,572           11,682           11,750           10,747
Net                    5,955            5,023            5,352            4,954            4,938
occupancy-premises
Equipment expense      5,674            5,288            5,095            5,183            4,912
FDIC assessment        2,021            1,075            1,826            1,826            1,775
expense
ORE/Foreclosure        3,820            3,173            1,702            2,388            3,902
expense
Other expense         18,051         10,454         10,399         14,899         13,068     
Total noninterest     102,145        87,309         83,460         87,959         85,774     
expense
Income before
income taxes and       37,662           40,078           44,850           43,338           45,514
tax eq adj
Tax equivalent        3,655          3,699          3,629          3,411          3,658      
adjustment
Income before          34,007           36,379           41,221           39,927           41,856
income taxes
Income taxes          9,141          8,669          11,317         10,578         11,536     
Net income
available to         $ 24,866        $ 27,710        $ 29,904        $ 29,349        $ 30,320     
common
shareholders
                                                                                         
Per common share
data
Earnings per share   $ 0.38          $ 0.43          $ 0.46          $ 0.45          $ 0.47       
- basic
                                                                                         
Earnings per share   $ 0.38          $ 0.43          $ 0.46          $ 0.45          $ 0.47       
- diluted
                                                                                         
Dividends per        $ 0.23          $ 0.23          $ 0.23          $ 0.23          $ 0.23       
share
                                                                                         
Weighted average
common shares
outstanding
Basic                 65,983,204     64,785,457     64,778,329     64,771,530     64,297,038 
                                                                                         
Diluted               66,149,656     65,007,281     64,992,614     64,938,697     64,477,277 
                                                                                         
Period end common     67,151,087     64,820,414     64,779,937     64,775,694     64,765,581 
shares outstanding
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
OTHER FINANCIAL
DATA
Return on common       7.61       %     8.56       %     9.34       %     9.40       %     9.93       %
equity
Return on average
tangible common        10.82      %     11.51      %     12.61      %     12.74      %     13.41      %
equity
Return on assets       0.93       %     1.12       %     1.21       %     1.20       %     1.25       %
Interest margin -      4.26       %     4.23       %     4.39       %     4.52       %     4.60       %
Yield - FTE
Interest margin -      0.28       %     0.30       %     0.33       %     0.37       %     0.41       %
Cost
Net interest           3.98       %     3.94       %     4.06       %     4.15       %     4.19       %
margin - FTE
Efficiency ratio       67.84      %     67.80      %     62.39      %     66.26      %     63.70      %
(1)
Full-time
equivalent             3,164            2,666            2,632            2,598            2,611
employees
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
COMMON STOCK
PERFORMANCE
Market value-Close   $ 25.01          $ 22.46          $ 24.34          $ 24.48          $ 24.98
Common book value    $ 20.15          $ 19.86          $ 19.73          $ 19.43          $ 19.17
Tangible common      $ 13.96          $ 15.10          $ 14.95          $ 14.64          $ 14.38
book value
                                                                                         
                                                                                         
(1) - Excludes nonrecurring income and expense items such as securities gains or losses, bargain
purchase gains and non-routine acquisition related transaction expenses.


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TRUSTMARK CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL INFORMATION
March 31, 2013
($ in thousands)
(unaudited)
                                             
                Quarter Ended
NONPERFORMING    3/31/2013     12/31/2012     9/30/2012     6/30/2012     3/31/2012 
ASSETS (1)
Nonaccrual
loans
Alabama         $ -             $ -              $ -             $ -             $ -
Florida           14,046          19,314           21,456          22,260          22,174
Mississippi       46,697          38,960           32,041          47,322          48,648
(2)
Tennessee (3)     4,877           8,401

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