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Home Bank opens in capital region Branch grand opening a successful start

Today, Home Bank joined the Capital Region in officially opening its 10th and 11th branches in South Louisiana and first in Baton Rouge. The new, full-service banking centers are located at 10563 South Glenstone Place (at Bluebonnet Boulevard, adjacent to the East Baton Rouge Public Library) and at 16969 Old Jefferson Highway (at Old Jefferson and Highland). Home Bank President and CEO John Bordelon joined shareholders, board members, staff and customers for the ribbon cutting ceremony and reception opening the branches in a day of events.

“We proudly open these facilities to expand our services to the Baton Rouge market,” says Bordelon. “We have a farther reach in South Louisiana with these branches but we remain committed to being a community bank while maintaining first-rate financial services.”

At a time when anxiety in the U.S. financial system is at an all-time high, Home Bank has maintained a consistent level of service with conservative banking philosophy and will expand that into the Capital Region.

About Home Bank: Chartered in 1908 as Home Building and Loan, Home Bank is one of Louisiana’s most stable financial institutions, building on the future by doing what’s right for our customers today. Personal banking is our trademark and will continue to be as we move forward with innovative banking options and new technology for our customers. Over the past century, Home Bank has always gone above and beyond, striving to be good for business and good for life.

With 11 South Louisiana branches serving the communities of Lafayette, Broussard, Carencro, Crowley, Scott and Baton Rouge, Home Bank has roots as a large-volume home mortgage lender. Today, Home Bank is also a major commercial lender with a variety of financial options for start-up or existing businesses of all sizes. Home Bank has operated as Home Building and Loan (1908), Home Savings & Loan (1961) and Home Savings Bank (1993) before adopting its current name in 2001. In 2008, Home Bank celebrated its centennial and completed a successful initial public offering. Home Bancorp, Inc., trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol HBCP.