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First Fidelity Bank

American private bank

This is about a banking company in Oklahoma City. For the Insurance company that had previously used a similar logo, see American Fidelity Assurance

First Fidelity Bank is an Americanretail bank and financial services corporation which was chartered in Oklahoma in 1920. The bank is a subsidiary of First Fidelity Bancorp, which was founded in 1982. The bank is co-owned by Lee R. Symcox, his wife Suzanne Symcox, Bill Cameron and his sister Lynda Cameron. The bank is headquartered in Oklahoma City, and has 29 branches in Oklahoma, Arizona and Colorado. As of 2020, First Fidelity Bank has $2 billion in total assets.

History[edit]

First Fidelity Bank was founded in 1920 as the First State Bank of Norman.[1] The bank was acquired in 1952 by the Symcox family.[2] In 1981, the bank was chartered as Commercial Bank, National Association.[3]

In 1992, First Fidelity Bank merged with City National Bank. The resulting bank, valued at $240 million, became Oklahoma's fifth largest bank at the time.[4][5] In 2002, First Fidelity Bank expanded into Tulsa,[6] and the bank opened its doors in Arizona in 2004.[7] By 2006, First Fidelity Bank was ranked as the third largest bank in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.[8]

First Fidelity Bank continued to grow through a number of acquisitions between 2006 and 2013. The bank acquired Edmond Bank & Trust in 2006 and Western Security Bank in 2007.[9][10][11] In 2010, First Fidelity Bank acquired $80 million in deposits from Home National Bank in Arizona.[12] In 2013, First Fidelity Bank acquired Sunrise Bank of Arizona, adding its $202.2 million in total assets.[13]

Operations[edit]

First Fidelity Bank is a retail bank headquartered in Oklahoma City, which operates in Oklahoma, Arizona and Colorado.[6] It is a subsidiary of First Fidelity Bancorp, which was founded in 1982.[14] The bank offers checking, deposits,[6] loans, mortgages, insurance, investments and pensions, and as of 2014[update], it has 30 branch locations.[1][14][15] As of 2020, the bank holds more than $2 billion in assets.[16]

The bank was one of the first banks in the United States to launch a mobile depositapplication, which it released in 2012.[1][17] In 2014, the bank announced its intention to partner with Apple Pay.[17]

Corporate[edit]

First Fidelity Bank is privately-held bank, whose owners comprise chairman Bill Cameron[18][19] and his sister Lynda Cameron, in partnership with husband and wife Lee R. Symcox, the bank's president and chief executive officer,[20][21] and Suzanne Symcox, executive vice president.[22]

First Fidelity Bank became the jersey sponsor of United Soccer League professional men's team Oklahoma City Energy FC in its inaugural 2014 season.[23]

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Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Fidelity_Bank

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Headquartered in The Bahamas, Fidelity is a financial services group offering a comprehensive range of both domestic and international banking, insurance and other financial products and services.
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With origins in The Bahamas since 1978 and in the Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands since 1980, Fidelity is an active, supportive and well respected participant in the communities it serves.

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Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. Announces Completion of the Acquisition of Landmark Bancorp, Inc.

DUNMORE, Pa., July 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FDBC) (“Fidelity”), the parent bank holding company of The Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank (“Fidelity Bank”), a Pennsylvania state-chartered, FDIC-insured community bank and trust company headquartered in Dunmore, PA, announced today the completion of the acquisition of Landmark Bancorp, Inc. (Pink Open Market: LDKB) ("Landmark") and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Landmark Community Bank effective July 1, 2021. Under the terms of the reorganization agreement, Landmark shareholders received 0.272 shares of Fidelity common stock and $3.26 in cash for each share of Landmark common stock that they owned as of the effective date. As a result, Fidelity issued approximately 650,813 shares of its common stock and $7.8 million in cash.

In addition, pursuant to the reorganization agreement, Paul C. Woelkers was appointed as a Class C Director to Fidelity’s Board of Directors and as a director to Fidelity Bank’s Board of Directors.

With the combination of the two organizations, Fidelity, on a consolidated basis, has approximately $2.3 billion in assets, $2.1 billion in deposits, and $1.4 billion in loans.

Daniel J. Santaniello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fidelity said, “We are thrilled to welcome Landmark Community Bank clients, bankers, and shareholders to the Fidelity family. The completion of this transaction unites two remarkable local community banks and allows us to deepen and strengthen our presence in our core market. The enhanced footprint will allow the combined bank to better serve the needs of our clients in the Luzerne County market and beyond. We are very excited to begin this new chapter in our history.”

Bybel Rutledge LLP served as legal counsel, Commonwealth Advisors, Inc. served as financial advisor and Janney Montgomery Scott LLC provided a fairness opinion to Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. Pillar Aught LLC served as legal counsel and PNC FIG Advisory, part of PNC Capital Markets, LLC served as financial advisor to Landmark Bancorp, Inc.

About Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc.

Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, The Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank have built a strong history as trusted financial advisors to the clients served by Fidelity Bank, which has built a strong history as a locally owned and operated community bank. Serving the individuals, families, and businesses for over 119 years within the Northeastern and Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, there are 20 branch offices along with Fidelity Bank Wealth Management offices in Schuylkill County. A full-service, 24-hour, 7 day a week Customer Care Center serves as a virtual branch, accepting and assisting those clients who prefer to open accounts and transact business via telephone, chat or online. Additionally, Fidelity Bank offers a full-service Wealth Management Division, a Mortgage Center, and an array of personal and business banking products and services.

Fidelity Bank has been recognized nationally for its sound financial performance, and superior customer experience. It has been identified as one of the Top 200 Community Banks in the country by American Banker for seven years in a row, and Forbes ranked it one of the Best In-State Banks in 2018 and 2019. Fidelity Bank has been the #1 mortgage lender in the Lackawanna County market for over 11 years. Fidelity Bank is passionate about success and committed to building strong relationships through superior service. Fidelity Bank’s deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to the full extent permitted by law.

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

Certain of the matters discussed in this press release constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and as such may involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Fidelity to be materially different from future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. The words “expect,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “plan,” “believe,” “estimate,” and similar expressions are intended to identify such forward-looking statements.

Fidelity’s actual results may differ materially from the results anticipated in these forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors, including, without limitation:

  • the effects of economic conditions particularly with regard to the negative impact of severe, wide-ranging and continuing disruptions caused by the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and responses thereto on current customers and the operations of Fidelity, specifically the effect of the economy on loan customers’ ability to repay loans;
  • acquisitions and integration of acquired businesses;
  • the costs and effects of litigation and of unexpected or adverse outcomes in such litigation;
  • the impact of new or changes in existing laws and regulations, including the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 and the regulations promulgated there under;
  • impacts of the capital and liquidity requirements of the Basel III standards and other regulatory pronouncements, regulations and rules;
  • governmental monetary and fiscal policies, as well as legislative and regulatory changes;
  • effects of short- and long-term federal budget and tax negotiations and their effect on economic and business conditions;
  • the effect of changes in accounting policies and practices, as may be adopted by the regulatory agencies, as well as the Financial Accounting Standards Board and other accounting standard setters;
  • the risks of changes in interest rates on the level and composition of deposits, loan demand, and the values of loan collateral, securities and interest rate protection agreements, as well as interest rate risks;
  • the effects of competition from other commercial banks, thrifts, mortgage banking firms, consumer finance companies, credit unions, securities brokerage firms, insurance companies, money market and other mutual funds and other financial institutions operating in our market area and elsewhere, including institutions operating locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, together with such competitors offering banking products and services by mail, telephone, computer and the internet;
  • technological changes;
  • the interruption or breach in security of our information systems and other technological risks and attacks resulting in failures or disruptions in customer account management, general ledger processing and loan or deposit updates and potential impacts resulting therefrom including additional costs, reputational damage, regulatory penalties, and financial losses;
  • the failure of assumptions underlying the establishment of reserves for loan losses and estimations of values of collateral and various financial assets and liabilities;
  • volatilities in the securities markets;
  • acts of war or terrorism;
  • disruption of credit and equity markets; and
  • the risk that our analyses of these risks and forces could be incorrect and/or that the strategies developed to address them could be unsuccessful.

Fidelity cautions readers not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which reflect analyses only as of the date of this release. Fidelity has no obligation to update any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release.

Contacts:

Daniel J. Santaniello
President and Chief Executive Officer
570-504-8035
Salvatore R. DeFrancesco, Jr.
Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer
570-504-8000

Источник: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/07/01/2256381/0/en/Fidelity-D-D-Bancorp-Inc-Announces-Completion-of-the-Acquisition-of-Landmark-Bancorp-Inc.html

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Fidelity Bank has multiple local branch offices throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley Area to serve you, plus our full-service Customer Care Center is at your service 7 days a week.

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Clarks Summit, PA 18411

Back Mountain Office

2363 Memorial Highway
Dallas, PA 18612

Bangor Office

303 Pennsylvania Avenue
Bangor, PA 18013

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2 West Broad Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018

Dunmore Office

101 North Blakely Street
Dunmore, PA 18512-2201

Easton Office

46 Centre Square
Easton, PA 18042

Lehigh Valley Corporate Center in Forks

1250 Braden Boulevard
Easton, PA 18040

Green Ridge Office

111 Green Ridge Street
Scranton, PA 18509

Keystone Industrial Park Office

1232 Keystone Industrial Park Road
Dunmore, PA 18512

Hazleton Office

383 South Poplar Street
Hazleton, PA 18201

Hazle Township Office

781 Airport Road
Hazle Township, PA 18202

Kingston Office

247 Wyoming Avenue
Kingston, PA 18704

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6626 Main Street
Martins Creek, PA 18063

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4010 Birney Avenue
Moosic, PA 18507

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2118 Delaware Drive
Mount Bethel, PA 18343

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1 South Mountain Boulevard
Mountain Top, PA 18707

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44 South Broad Street
Nazareth, PA 18064

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1598 Main Street
Peckville, PA 18452

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225 Kennedy Boulevard
Pittston, PA 18640

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Scranton, PA 18503

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Scranton, PA 18504

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Wind Gap, PA 18091

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Wyoming, PA 18644

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Minersville, PA 17954

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Avoca, PA 18641

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Scranton, PA 18509

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FIDELITY BANK, N.A. v. STANDARD INDUSTRIES, INC.

FIDELITY BANK, N.A. v. STANDARD INDUSTRIES, INC.
1973 OK 51
515 P.2d 219
Case Number: 44694
Decided: 05/15/1973
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

 
FIDELITY BANK, N.A., FORMERLY THE FIDELITY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA, APPELLANT,
v.
STANDARD INDUSTRIES, INC., ET AL., APPELLEES.

Appeal from District Court, Oklahoma County; William S. Myers, Jr., Judge.

¶0 Action by an Oklahoma Bank for recovery of damages from three foreign corporations on account of their alleged breach of a contract with said plaintiff. After attempted personal service on the three defendant foreign corporations and the trial court's sustaining of the defendants' motion to quash such attempted service, plaintiff appealed.

Reversed and remanded.

Kerr, Davis, Irvine, Burbage & Foster by Ted D. Foster, Jr., and James A. Bagley, Jr., Oklahoma City, for appellant.

McAfee, Taft, Cates, Mark, Bond & Rucks by Peter B. Bradford, John E. Sargent, Jr., Oklahoma City, for appellees.

BARNES, Justice:

¶1 The defendants in error (defendants) are foreign corporations not authorized to do business in Oklahoma. Plaintiff in error (plaintiff) is a national banking corporation with its principal place of business in Oklahoma City. In the Oklahoma County action out of which this appeal arose, the plaintiff Bank sought recovery of damages against the three defendant foreign corporations on account of their alleged breach of a contract with plaintiff.

¶2 The only question presented in this appeal is whether or not service of process on the defendants in said action was authorized under this State's so-called "longarm" statutes, Title 12 O.S. 1971 and 1969 Supp., § 187 , and Articles I and II of the "Uniform Interstate and International Procedure" (UIIP) Act, Title 12 O.S. 1971 and 1969 Supp., §§ 1701.01 -1702.03 , both inclusive.

¶3 Our continued reference to the parties will be by their District Court party designations or as "Fidelity", "Standard", "New England" and "Knight".

¶4 From pleadings and other portions of the original record in this case, the following undisputed facts emerge. Knight is a Delaware corporation authorized to do business in Texas and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard, a New York corporation, which has common ownership and a New York City office with New England, a Connecticut corporation.

¶5 The plaintiff Bank owns or controls a parcel of real estate, with buildings and other improvements thereon, near the city of Vernon in Wilbarger County, Texas.

¶6 In December, 1968, plaintiff, through one of its vice-presidents referred to herein as "M.", entered into a written agreement with Knight, through its president, "P.", giving Knight, in consideration of its paying plaintiff $500.00, the "right of first refusal" of any offer plaintiff might make to lease or sell the Texas property.

¶7 Thereafter, in January, 1969, P. telephoned M., apparently in contemplation of an attempt by his employer, Knight, to lease and/or purchase the Texas property, for, in a letter dated January 20, 1969, addressed to M., at the plaintiff Bank, written on stationery bearing a Knight letterhead and showing its office address in Pennsylvania, P. referred to such a conversation "last Wednesday" and further stated, in part:

"As we discussed on the telephone I figure it will take $100,000 for land improvements, plumbing, and electrical work to be done on the buildings so as to make them ready for our use.

* * * * * *

"The lease then should be based on whatever you are now asking plus the $100,000 additional, arranging terms and lease to fit a monthly budget figure of around $2,500 to $2,900 per month. The length of time on the lease can be whatever is necessary to meet the preceding requirements. As part of the lease terms we would like to show options to buy. Ideally at the end of the lease period we would like to be able to buy the building for a sum of $1 but this can be negotiated.

"I am attaching with this letter copies of financial reports on Standard Industries and New England Industries which undoubtedly will act as guarantor on the lease. Also enclosed are commercial bank references and the contact you requested.

"Would you please send to Mr. Morton Singer, Standard Industries, Inc. 120 Wall Street, New York, New York a copy of your bank statements so that we may have them on file.

* * * * * *"

¶8 In reply to the above-quoted letter, M. wrote P. on January 27th expressing the opinion that Knight's "parent corporations", New England and Standard and their subsidiaries, "have sufficient credit strength to be acceptable on a long term lease . . . as far as we can tell . . ." and setting forth suggestions as to certain terms to be included in the kind of a lease-purchase contract the two had been discussing. Among other things, M.'s letter stated:

"* * * * * *

"We would agree to spend up to $100,000 for land improvements, plumbing and electrical work to make the buildings ready for your use. Under this proposal your company would have the option to buy the property at the end of five years for $236,000; at the end of ten years for $141,000; and to purchase the property at the end of fifteen years at a nominal sum.

"We would plan to draw a contract which would clearly outline that our total obligation for lease improvements would be to spend up to $100,000 and if additional funds are required, they would be provided by your company.

* * * * * *"

¶9 Thereafter, Standard's vice-president and treasurer in New York, Mr. Singer, addressed a letter dated March 20th to M., in which he acknowledged receipt of M.'s January 27th letter to P., and stating ". . . please be advised that this corporation and its affiliated corporation, the New England Industries, Inc. will guarantee a lease to be entered into by our wholly owned subsidiary, Knight Homes Corporation . . . under the following general terms: * * *." The letter then set forth certain terms identical, or consistent, with the suggestions set forth in the "reference" letter from M. to P., and closed by stating:

"This letter will serve as our intention to execute proper lease and other necessary documents to complete this transaction. Your attorney may contact Mr. George Cohen at 120 Wall Street, New York, New York, who will represent us as our counsel in this transaction."

¶10 Events that followed are described in plaintiff's petition as follows:

". . . plaintiff, relying upon the conduct and representations of the defendants, their agents, servants and employees on the written representation so made by the defendants to plaintiff and believing them to be true, at defendants' request, caused to be prepared and tendered to defendants a written form of lease or purchase contract in accordance with the terms and conditions . . ."

of the above-described correspondence, copies of which were attached thereto and were referred to individually as an "offer" and "acceptance", respectively, and collectively as a "contract". The petition also charged that, after partially performing said contract by taking "possession, custody and control" of the Texas property above referred to, defendants declined to further carry out the parties' agreement.

¶11 Plaintiff's notification of the defendants' disinclination to proceed further was apparently given plaintiff by a letter dated June 3, 1969, from Standard's Mr. Singer to M., advising that one of Standard's other subsidiaries, Lancer Mobile Homes, Inc. (which defendants apparently had contemplated would use the Texas property), was "not in a position at this time to further expand their facilities . . . ." After expressing disappointment "at having to pass up the opportunity which the Vernon, Texas location affords . . .", Singer's letter further stated:

". . . we also recognize that we have obligations to your bank for out-of-pocket legal expenses incurred for the purpose of drafting a legal document under which we would have leased the Vernon, Texas premises.

"If you will kindly advise us of these costs, we are prepared to reimburse you."

¶12 A part of plaintiff's damages from defendants' alleged breach of the subject contract was described in its petition's prayer as "special damages, being the detriment and damages caused plaintiff by the defendants . . . as a result of plaintiff's agents, servants and employees spending many hours of labor and expenses, including attorneys' fees, in preparing and performing its part of the agreement, . . ."

¶13 In its written order sustaining the defendants' motion to quash the service of summons on them under the aforecited long-arm statutes, the District Court expressly recognized the "minimum contacts" doctrine enunciated in McGee v. International Life Insurance Company, 355 U.S. 220, 78 S. Ct. 199, 2 L. Ed. 2d 223, but found that there was "not sufficient contact with Oklahoma" in this case to authorize the court's "exercise" of "in personam jurisdiction with reference to the defendants, . . ."

¶14 In its present appeal from said order, plaintiff contends that on the basis of the allegations of its petition and the undisputed facts established by the above-described exhibits, the totality of the defendants' contacts in Oklahoma was sufficient to give the Oklahoma Court in which it filed this action in personam jurisdiction of those foreign corporations under our aforecited long-arm statutes.

¶15 This State's Uniform Interstate and International Procedure (UIIP) Act, § 1701.03, supra, authorizes Oklahoma courts to exercise personal jurisdiction over a person, who acts directly or by an agent, as to a cause of action or claim for relief arising from the person's:

"(1) transacting any business in this state;

"(2) contracting to supply services or things in this state;

* * * * * *

"(7) maintaining any other relation to this state or to persons or property including support for minor children who are residents of this state which affords a basis for the exercise of personal jurisdiction by this state consistently with the Constitution of the United States.

* * * * * *

We have held that this statute was intended to extend the jurisdiction of Oklahoma courts over nonresidents to the outer limits permitted by the United States Constitution's due process requirements. See Vemco Plating, Inc. v. Denver Fire Clay Company, Okl., 496 P.2d 117, 119, and B.K. Sweeney Co. v. Colorado Interstate Gas Co., Okl., 429 P.2d 759, 762.

¶16 In Vemco, supra, we cited Vinita Broadcasting Company, Inc. v. Colby (U.S.D.C., N.D., Okl.), 320 F. Supp. 902, in which the plaintiff sued a nonresident defendant for breach of a contract to perform legal services for it with reference to a hearing to be conducted by the Federal Communications Commission in Oklahoma and at which hearing said defendant was to appear and represent the plaintiff. There, the Court tentatively regarded (saying: ". . . it is deemed for the present . . .") the defendant as having brought himself under § 1701.03(2), supra, by having contracted "to supply services . . . in this state," and said:

". . . the minimum contacts requirement of International Shoe Company v. State of Washington, 326 U.S. 310, 66 S. Ct. 154, 90 L. Ed. 95, 161 A.L.R. 1057, and the requirement that the subject contract have substantial connections with Oklahoma as announced in McGee v. International Life Insurance Company, 355 U.S. 220, 78 S. Ct. 199, 2 L. Ed. 2d 223, appear to be satisfied."

¶17 Here, if the copy of Mr. Singer's letter of June 30, 1969 ("Exhibit `E'" attached to plaintiff's petition), is authentic, it appears that Knight's parent corporation recognized that, because of defendants' acts and representations, they had caused legal services to be rendered in Oklahoma and were therefore obliged to pay for same.

¶18 We do not purport to prejudge the merits of the present case and will not speculate or express any opinion as to whether or not plaintiff has alleged a cause of action or will be able to establish at a trial the cause of action it purports to have alleged. However, when all of the circumstances herein referred to are taken into consideration, we have no doubt that the defendants were transacting business in Oklahoma, and we agree with the plaintiff that the totality of contacts between plaintiff and defendants in Oklahoma was sufficient to justify the District Court in exercising jurisdiction over the defendants under the authority of Sections 187 and 1701.03, supra. It is therefore so held.

¶19 In accord with the foregoing, the order and/or judgment appealed from is hereby reversed, and this cause is remanded to the District Court for further proceedings not inconsistent herewith.

¶20 DAVISON, C.J., and IRWIN, BERRY, HODGES, LAVENDER, SIMMS and DOOLIN, JJ., concur.

Источник: https://law.justia.com/cases/oklahoma/supreme-court/1973/42546.html

DOWNTOWN WAVERLY

OFFICE DETAILS

Fidelity Bank & Trust Downtown Waverly branch is one of the 28 offices of the bank and has been serving the financial needs of their customers in Waverly, Bremer county, Iowa since 1889. Downtown Waverly office is located at 124 1st Street, Se, Waverly. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch phone number at 319-352-6000

Fidelity Bank & Trust Downtown Waverly branch operates as a full service brick and mortar office. For lobby hours, drive-up hours and online banking services please visit the official website of the bank at www.bankfidelity.com. You can edit branch details by clicking here if you believe the information is incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading.

BRANCH HOURS

  • ■ Monday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Tuesday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Wednesday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Thursday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Friday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Saturday:Closed

  • ■ Sunday:Closed

Fidelity Bank & Trust Downtown Waverly is open Monday to Friday and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. The branch opens at 8:30am in the morning. Working hours for Downtown Waverly branch are listed on the table above. Note that this data is based on regular opening and closing hours of Fidelity Bank & Trust and may also be subject to changes. Please call the branch at 319-352-6000 to verify hours before visiting.

BANK INFORMATION

  • Bank Name:Fidelity Bank & Trust

  • Bank Type:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank

  • FDIC Insurance:Certificate #14382

  • Routing Number:N/A

  • Online Banking:bankfidelity.com

  • Branch Count:28 Offices in 3 states

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Fidelity Bank & Trust Downtown Waverly branch is one of the 28 offices of the bank and has been serving the financial needs of their customers in Waverly, Bremer county, Iowa since 1889. Downtown Waverly office is located at 124 1st Street, Se, Waverly. You can also contact the bank by calling the branch phone number at 319-352-6000

Fidelity Bank & Trust Downtown Waverly branch operates as a full service brick and mortar office. For lobby hours, drive-up hours and online banking services please visit the official website of the bank at www.bankfidelity.com. You can edit branch details by clicking here if you believe the information is incomplete, incorrect, out of date or misleading.

BRANCH HOURS

  • ■ Monday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Tuesday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Wednesday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Thursday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Friday:8:30am - 4:30pm

  • ■ Saturday:Closed

  • ■ Sunday:Closed

Fidelity Bank & Trust Downtown Waverly is open Monday to Friday and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. The branch opens at 8:30am in the morning. Working hours for Downtown Waverly branch are listed on the table above. Note that this data is based on regular opening and closing hours of Fidelity Bank & Trust and may also be subject to changes. Please call the branch at 319-352-6000 to verify hours before visiting.

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  • Bank Name:Fidelity Bank & Trust

  • Bank Type:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank

  • FDIC Insurance:Certificate #14382

  • Routing Number:N/A

  • Online Banking:bankfidelity.com

  • Branch Count:28 Offices in 3 states

Источник: https://www.bankbranchlocator.com/fidelity-bank-trust-downtown-waverly-branch.html

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‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ scam

We have been made aware of recent fraudulent activity, intended to impersonate Fidelity International and encourage people into making false investments. Our Fraud Prevention team is working with the relevant authorities to address this as a priority.

This is based upon the fraudulent use of the Fidelity International name and brand to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ scam, which claims to offer returns of 2.75% - 5.75% with a minimum initial investment of £15,000. Fidelity International does not offer these products.

Important - If you think you may have been targeted and made an investment already then contact your bank and report the matter to Action Fraud.

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Fraudsters are impersonating Fidelity to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ which offers fixed rates of returns following a minimum initial investment. This is an investment scam and if you think you’ve been targeted and made an investment already, contact your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud.

Additionally, the scam encourages people to call a number regarding the transfer of investments from Legal & General to Fidelity. This number does not belong to Fidelity or Legal & General.

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Fraudsters are impersonating Fidelity, falsely claiming the company is going into liquidation. The scam encourages people to call a number regarding the redemption of their assets. Fidelity is not going into liquidation. This number does not belong to Fidelity. If you shared any personal or account information or have redeemed any assets, please contact Fidelity and your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud.

Fraudsters have also impersonated Fidelity to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ which offers fixed rates of returns following a minimum initial investment. This is an investment scam and if you think you’ve been targeted and made an investment already, contact your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud. Additionally, the scam encourages people to call a number regarding the transfer of investments from Legal & General to Fidelity. This number does not belong to Fidelity or Legal & General.

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Источник: https://www.fidelity.co.uk/

Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited

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Monday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
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Sunday -- closed --

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Headquartered in The Bahamas, Fidelity is a financial services group offering a comprehensive range of both domestic and international banking, insurance and other financial products and services.
A knowledgeable and experienced management team utilizes a local and global perspective for a well rounded, objective and cosmopolitan business approach.

With origins in The Bahamas since 1978 and in the Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands since 1980, Fidelity is an active, supportive and well respected participant in the communities it serves.

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• Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited - Marsh Harbour, Abaco location.

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Источник: https://www.bahamaslocal.com/showlisting/19873/Fidelity_Bank_Bahamas_Limited.html

Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. Announces Completion of the Acquisition of Landmark Bancorp, Inc.

DUNMORE, Pa., July 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: FDBC) (“Fidelity”), the parent bank holding company of The Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank (“Fidelity Bank”), a Pennsylvania state-chartered, FDIC-insured community bank and trust company headquartered in Dunmore, PA, announced today the completion of the acquisition of Landmark Bancorp, Inc. (Pink Open Market: LDKB) ("Landmark") and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Landmark Community Bank effective July 1, 2021. Under the terms of the reorganization agreement, Landmark shareholders received 0.272 shares of Fidelity common stock and $3.26 in cash for each share of Landmark common stock that they owned as of the effective date. As a result, Fidelity issued approximately 650,813 shares of its common stock and $7.8 million in cash.

In addition, pursuant to the reorganization agreement, Paul C. Woelkers was appointed as a Class C Director to Fidelity’s Board of Directors and as a director to Fidelity Bank’s Board of Directors.

With the combination of the two organizations, Fidelity, on a consolidated basis, has approximately $2.3 billion in assets, $2.1 billion in deposits, and $1.4 billion in loans.

Daniel J. Santaniello, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fidelity said, “We are thrilled to welcome Landmark Community Bank clients, bankers, and shareholders to the Fidelity family. The completion of this transaction unites two remarkable local community banks and allows us to deepen and strengthen our presence in our core market. The enhanced footprint will allow the combined bank to better serve the needs of our clients in the Luzerne County market and beyond. We are very excited to begin this new chapter in our history.”

Bybel Rutledge LLP served as legal counsel, Commonwealth Advisors, Inc. served as financial advisor and Janney Montgomery Scott LLC provided a fairness opinion to Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. Pillar Aught LLC served as legal counsel and PNC FIG Advisory, part of PNC Capital Markets, LLC served as financial advisor to Landmark Bancorp, Inc.

About Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc.

Fidelity D & D Bancorp, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, The Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank have built a strong history as trusted financial advisors to the clients served by Fidelity Bank, which has built a strong history as a locally owned and operated community bank. Serving the individuals, families, and businesses for over 119 years within the Northeastern and Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, there are 20 branch offices along with Fidelity Bank Wealth Management offices in Schuylkill County. A full-service, 24-hour, 7 day a week Customer Care Center serves as a virtual branch, accepting and assisting those clients who prefer to open accounts and transact business via telephone, chat or online. Additionally, Fidelity Bank offers a full-service Wealth Management Division, a Mortgage Center, and an array of personal and business banking products and services.

Fidelity Bank has been recognized nationally for its sound financial performance, and superior customer experience. It has been identified as one of the Top 200 Community Banks in the country by American Banker for seven years in a row, and Forbes ranked it one of the Best In-State Banks in 2018 and 2019. Fidelity Bank has been the #1 mortgage lender in the Lackawanna County market for over 11 years. Fidelity Bank is passionate about success and committed to building strong relationships through superior service. Fidelity Bank’s deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to the full extent permitted by law.

Caution Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

Certain of the matters discussed in this press release constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and as such may involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Fidelity to be materially different from future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. The words “expect,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “plan,” “believe,” “estimate,” and similar expressions are intended to identify such forward-looking statements.

Fidelity’s actual results may differ materially from the results anticipated in these forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors, including, without limitation:

  • the effects of economic conditions particularly with regard to the negative impact of severe, wide-ranging and continuing disruptions caused by the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and responses thereto on current customers and the operations of Fidelity, specifically the effect of the economy on loan customers’ ability to repay loans;
  • acquisitions and integration of acquired businesses;
  • the costs and effects of litigation and of unexpected or adverse outcomes in such litigation;
  • the impact of new or changes in existing laws and regulations, including the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 and the regulations promulgated there under;
  • impacts of the capital and liquidity requirements of the Basel III standards and other regulatory pronouncements, regulations and rules;
  • governmental monetary and fiscal policies, as well as legislative and regulatory changes;
  • effects of short- and long-term federal budget and tax negotiations and their effect on economic and business conditions;
  • the effect of changes in accounting policies and practices, as may be adopted by the regulatory agencies, as well as the Financial Accounting Standards Board and other accounting standard setters;
  • the risks of changes in interest rates on the level and composition of deposits, loan demand, and the values of loan collateral, securities and interest rate protection agreements, as well as interest rate risks;
  • the effects of competition from other commercial banks, thrifts, mortgage banking firms, consumer finance companies, credit unions, securities brokerage firms, insurance companies, money market and other mutual funds and other financial institutions operating in our market area and elsewhere, including institutions operating locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, together with such competitors offering banking products and services by mail, telephone, computer and the internet;
  • technological changes;
  • the interruption or breach in security of our information systems and other technological risks and attacks resulting in failures or disruptions in customer account management, general ledger processing and loan or deposit updates and potential impacts resulting therefrom including additional costs, reputational damage, regulatory penalties, and financial losses;
  • the failure of assumptions underlying the establishment of reserves for loan losses and estimations of values of collateral and various financial assets and liabilities;
  • volatilities in the securities markets;
  • acts of war or terrorism;
  • disruption of credit and equity markets; and
  • the risk that our analyses of these risks and forces could be incorrect and/or that the strategies developed to address them could be unsuccessful.

Fidelity cautions readers not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which reflect analyses only as of the date of this release. Fidelity has no obligation to update any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release.

Contacts:

Daniel J. Santaniello
President and Chief Executive Officer
570-504-8035
Salvatore R. DeFrancesco, Jr.
Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer
570-504-8000

Источник: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/07/01/2256381/0/en/Fidelity-D-D-Bancorp-Inc-Announces-Completion-of-the-Acquisition-of-Landmark-Bancorp-Inc.html

First Fidelity Bank

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This is about a banking company in Oklahoma City. For the Insurance company that had previously used a similar logo, see American Fidelity Assurance

First Fidelity Bank is an Americanretail bank and financial services corporation which was chartered in Oklahoma in 1920. The bank is a subsidiary of First Fidelity Bancorp, which was founded in 1982. The bank is co-owned by Lee R. Symcox, his wife Suzanne Symcox, Bill Cameron and his sister Lynda Cameron. The bank is headquartered in Oklahoma City, and has 29 branches in Oklahoma, Arizona and Colorado. As of 2020, First Fidelity Bank has $2 billion in total assets.

History[edit]

First Fidelity Bank was founded in 1920 as the First State Bank of Norman.[1] The bank was acquired in 1952 by the Symcox family.[2] In 1981, the bank was chartered as Commercial Bank, National Association.[3]

In 1992, First Fidelity Bank merged with City National Bank. The resulting bank, valued at $240 million, became Oklahoma's fifth largest bank at the time.[4][5] In 2002, First Fidelity Bank expanded into Tulsa,[6] and the bank opened its doors in Arizona in 2004.[7] By 2006, First Fidelity Bank was ranked as the third largest bank in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area.[8]

First Fidelity Bank continued to grow through a number of acquisitions between 2006 and 2013. The bank acquired Edmond Bank & Trust in 2006 and Western Security Bank in 2007.[9][10][11] In 2010, First Fidelity Bank acquired $80 million in deposits from Home National Bank in Arizona.[12] In 2013, First Fidelity Bank acquired Sunrise Bank of Arizona, adding its $202.2 million in total assets.[13]

Operations[edit]

First Fidelity Bank is a retail bank headquartered in Oklahoma City, which operates in Oklahoma, Arizona and Colorado.[6] It is a subsidiary of First Fidelity Bancorp, which was founded in 1982.[14] The bank offers checking, deposits,[6] loans, mortgages, insurance, investments and pensions, and as of 2014[update], it has 30 branch locations.[1][14][15] As of 2020, the bank holds more than $2 billion in assets.[16]

The bank was one of the first banks in the United States to launch a mobile depositapplication, which it released in 2012.[1][17] In 2014, the bank announced its intention to partner with Apple Pay.[17]

Corporate[edit]

First Fidelity Bank is privately-held bank, whose owners comprise chairman Bill Cameron[18][19] and his sister Lynda Cameron, in partnership with husband and wife Lee R. Symcox, the bank's president and chief executive officer,[20][21] and Suzanne Symcox, executive vice president.[22]

First Fidelity Bank became the jersey sponsor of United Soccer League professional men's team Oklahoma City Energy FC in its inaugural 2014 season.[23]

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Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Fidelity_Bank

FIDELITY BANK, N.A. v. STANDARD INDUSTRIES, INC.

FIDELITY BANK, N.A. v. STANDARD INDUSTRIES, INC.
1973 OK 51
515 P.2d 219
Case Number: 44694
Decided: 05/15/1973
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

 
FIDELITY BANK, N.A., FORMERLY THE FIDELITY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA, APPELLANT,
v.
STANDARD INDUSTRIES, INC., ET AL., APPELLEES.

Appeal from District Court, Oklahoma County; William S. Myers, Jr., Judge.

¶0 Action by an Oklahoma Bank for recovery of damages from three foreign corporations on account of their alleged breach of a contract with said plaintiff. After attempted personal service on the three defendant foreign corporations and the trial court's sustaining of the defendants' motion to quash such attempted service, plaintiff appealed.

Reversed and remanded.

Kerr, Davis, Irvine, Burbage & Foster by Ted D. Foster, Jr., and James A. Bagley, Jr., Oklahoma City, for appellant.

McAfee, Taft, Cates, Mark, Bond & Rucks by Peter B. Bradford, John E. Sargent, Jr., Oklahoma City, for appellees.

BARNES, Justice:

¶1 The defendants in error (defendants) are foreign corporations not authorized to do business in Oklahoma. Plaintiff in error (plaintiff) is a national banking corporation with its principal place of business in Oklahoma City. In the Oklahoma County action out of which this appeal arose, the plaintiff Bank sought recovery of damages against the three defendant foreign corporations on account of their alleged breach of a contract with plaintiff.

¶2 The only question presented in this appeal is whether or not service of process on the defendants in said action was authorized under this State's so-called "longarm" statutes, Title 12 O.S. 1971 and 1969 Supp., § 187 , and Articles I and II of the "Uniform Interstate and International Procedure" (UIIP) Act, Title 12 O.S. 1971 and 1969 Supp., §§ 1701.01 -1702.03 , both inclusive.

¶3 Our continued reference to the parties will be by their District Court party designations or as "Fidelity", "Standard", "New England" and "Knight".

¶4 From pleadings and other portions of the original record in this case, the following undisputed facts emerge. Knight is a Delaware corporation authorized to do business in Texas and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard, a New York corporation, which has common ownership and a New York City office with New England, a Connecticut corporation.

¶5 The plaintiff Bank owns or controls a parcel of real estate, with buildings and other improvements thereon, near the city of Vernon in Wilbarger County, Texas.

¶6 In December, 1968, plaintiff, through one of its vice-presidents referred to herein as "M.", entered into a written agreement with Knight, through its president, "P.", giving Knight, in consideration of its paying plaintiff $500.00, the "right of first refusal" of any offer plaintiff might make to lease or sell the Texas property.

¶7 Thereafter, in January, 1969, P. telephoned M., apparently in contemplation of an attempt by his employer, Knight, to lease and/or purchase the Texas property, for, in a letter dated January 20, 1969, addressed to M., at the plaintiff Bank, written on stationery bearing a Knight letterhead and showing its office address in Pennsylvania, P. referred to such a conversation "last Wednesday" and further stated, in part:

"As we discussed on the telephone I figure it will take $100,000 for land improvements, plumbing, and electrical work to be done on the buildings so as to make them ready for our use.

* * * * * *

"The lease then should be based on whatever you are now asking plus the $100,000 additional, arranging terms and lease to fit a monthly budget figure of around $2,500 to $2,900 per month. The length of time on the lease can be whatever is necessary to meet the preceding requirements. As part of the lease terms we would like to show options to buy. Ideally at the end of the lease period we would like to be able to buy the building for a sum of $1 but this can be negotiated.

"I am attaching with this letter copies of financial reports on Standard Industries and New England Industries which undoubtedly will act as guarantor on the lease. Also enclosed are commercial bank references and the contact you requested.

"Would you please send to Mr. Morton Singer, Standard Industries, Inc. 120 Wall Street, New York, New York a copy of your bank statements so that we may have them on file.

* * * * * *"

¶8 In reply to the above-quoted letter, M. wrote P. on January 27th expressing the opinion that Knight's "parent corporations", New England and Standard and their subsidiaries, "have sufficient credit strength to be acceptable on a long term lease . . . as far as we can tell . . ." and setting forth suggestions as to certain terms to be included in the kind of a lease-purchase contract the two had been discussing. Among other things, M.'s letter stated:

"* * * * * *

"We would agree to spend up to $100,000 for land improvements, plumbing and electrical work to make the buildings ready for your use. Under this proposal your company would have the option to buy the property at the end of five years for $236,000; at the end of ten years for $141,000; and to purchase the property at the end of fifteen years at a nominal sum.

"We would plan to draw a contract which would clearly outline that our total obligation for lease improvements would be to spend up to $100,000 and if additional funds are required, they would be provided by your company.

* * * * * *"

¶9 Thereafter, Standard's vice-president and treasurer in New York, Mr. Singer, addressed a letter dated March 20th to M., in which he acknowledged receipt of M.'s January 27th letter to P., and stating ". . . please be advised that this corporation and its affiliated corporation, the New England Industries, Inc. will guarantee a lease to be entered into by our wholly owned subsidiary, Knight Homes Corporation . . . under the following general terms: * * *." The letter then set forth certain terms identical, or consistent, with the suggestions set forth in the "reference" letter from M. to P., and closed by stating:

"This letter will serve as our intention to execute proper lease and other necessary documents to complete this transaction. Your attorney may contact Mr. George Cohen at 120 Wall Street, New York, New York, who will represent us as our counsel in this transaction."

¶10 Events that followed are described in plaintiff's petition as follows:

". . . plaintiff, relying upon the conduct and representations of the defendants, their agents, servants and employees on the written representation so made by the defendants to plaintiff and believing them to be true, at defendants' request, caused to be prepared and tendered to defendants a written form of lease or purchase contract in accordance with the terms and conditions . . ."

of the above-described correspondence, copies of which were attached thereto and were referred to individually as an "offer" and "acceptance", respectively, and collectively as a "contract". The petition also charged that, after partially performing said contract by taking "possession, custody and control" of the Texas property above referred to, defendants declined to further carry out the parties' agreement.

¶11 Plaintiff's notification of the defendants' disinclination to proceed further was apparently given plaintiff by a letter dated June 3, 1969, from Standard's Mr. Singer to M., advising that one of Standard's other subsidiaries, Lancer Mobile Homes, Inc. (which defendants apparently had contemplated would use the Texas property), was "not in a position at this time to further expand their facilities . . . ." After expressing disappointment "at having to pass up the opportunity which the Vernon, Texas location affords . . .", Singer's letter further stated:

". . . we also recognize that we have obligations to your bank for out-of-pocket legal expenses incurred for the purpose of drafting a legal document under which we would have leased the Vernon, Texas premises.

"If you will kindly advise us of these costs, we are prepared to reimburse you."

¶12 A part of plaintiff's damages from defendants' alleged breach of the subject contract was described in its petition's prayer as "special damages, being the detriment and damages caused plaintiff by the defendants . . . as a result of plaintiff's agents, servants and employees spending many hours of labor and expenses, including attorneys' fees, in preparing and performing its part of the agreement, . . ."

¶13 In its written order sustaining the defendants' motion to quash the service of summons on them under the aforecited long-arm statutes, the District Court expressly recognized the "minimum contacts" doctrine enunciated in McGee v. International Life Insurance Company, 355 U.S. 220, 78 S. Ct. 199, 2 L. Ed. 2d 223, but found that there was "not sufficient contact with Oklahoma" in this case to authorize the court's "exercise" of "in personam jurisdiction with reference to the defendants, . . ."

¶14 In its present appeal from said order, plaintiff contends that on the basis of the allegations of its petition and the undisputed facts established by the above-described exhibits, the totality of the defendants' contacts in Oklahoma was sufficient to give the Oklahoma Court in which it filed this action in personam jurisdiction of those foreign corporations under our aforecited long-arm statutes.

¶15 This State's Uniform Interstate and International Procedure (UIIP) Act, § 1701.03, supra, authorizes Oklahoma courts to exercise personal jurisdiction over a person, who acts directly or by an agent, as to a cause of action or claim for relief arising from the person's:

"(1) transacting any business in this state;

"(2) contracting to supply services or things in this state;

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"(7) maintaining any other relation to this state or to persons or property including support for minor children who are residents of this state which affords a basis for the exercise of personal jurisdiction by this state consistently with the Constitution of the United States.

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We have held that this statute was intended to extend the jurisdiction of Oklahoma courts over nonresidents to the outer limits permitted by the United States Constitution's due process requirements. See Vemco Plating, Inc. v. Denver Fire Clay Company, Okl., 496 P.2d 117, 119, and B.K. Sweeney Co. v. Colorado Interstate Gas Co., Okl., 429 P.2d 759, 762.

¶16 In Vemco, supra, we cited Vinita Broadcasting Company, Inc. v. Colby (U.S.D.C., N.D., Okl.), 320 F. Supp. 902, in which the plaintiff sued a nonresident defendant for breach of a contract to perform legal services for it with reference to a hearing to be conducted by the Federal Communications Commission in Oklahoma and at which hearing said defendant was to appear and represent the plaintiff. There, the Court tentatively regarded (saying: ". . . it is deemed for the present . . .") the defendant as having brought himself under § 1701.03(2), supra, by having contracted "to supply services . . . in this state," and said:

". . . the minimum contacts requirement of International Shoe Company v. State of Washington, 326 U.S. 310, 66 S. Ct. 154, 90 L. Ed. 95, 161 A.L.R. 1057, and the requirement that the subject contract have substantial connections with Oklahoma as announced in McGee v. International Life Insurance Company, 355 U.S. 220, 78 S. Ct. 199, 2 L. Ed. 2d 223, appear to be satisfied."

¶17 Here, if the copy of Mr. Singer's letter of June 30, 1969 ("Exhibit `E'" attached to plaintiff's petition), is authentic, it appears that Knight's parent corporation recognized that, because of defendants' acts and representations, they had caused legal services to be rendered in Oklahoma and were therefore obliged to pay for same.

¶18 We do not purport to prejudge the merits of the present case and will not speculate or express any opinion as to whether or not plaintiff has alleged a cause of action or will be able to establish at a trial the cause of action it purports to have alleged. However, when all of the circumstances herein referred to are taken into consideration, we have no doubt that the defendants were transacting business in Oklahoma, and we agree with the plaintiff that the totality of contacts between plaintiff and defendants in Oklahoma was sufficient to justify the District Court in exercising jurisdiction over the defendants under the authority of Sections 187 and 1701.03, supra. It is therefore so held.

¶19 In accord with the foregoing, the order and/or judgment appealed from is hereby reversed, and this cause is remanded to the District Court for further proceedings not inconsistent herewith.

¶20 DAVISON, C.J., and IRWIN, BERRY, HODGES, LAVENDER, SIMMS and DOOLIN, JJ., concur.

Источник: https://law.justia.com/cases/oklahoma/supreme-court/1973/42546.html

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