Prudential Bancorp, Inc.

Prudential Bank is a Pennsylvania chartered savings bank originally organized in 1886 as a Pennsylvania chartered mutual building and loan association. We were originally known as “The South Philadelphia Building and Loan Association No. 2”. We converted to a mutual savings bank in August 2004, to a Mutual Holding Company structure in March 2005 and subsequently to a wholly owned stock subsidiary of Prudential Bancorp, Inc. in October 2013.

We began as a Building and Loan Association, a place where a group of savers would invest and lend money, primarily as mortgages, making home ownership possible for the average person. Today our services include traditional banking products such as deposit accounts and mortgage loans, but we also offer commercial real estate loans, construction and development loans, and business loans.

Prudential Bank is committed to increasing the services we offer without sacrificing customer service. We know that exceptional customer service, and safety and soundness of operation, is the framework for a strong institution. By all financial measurements Prudential Bank is a strong financial institution. We have been given a “four star” rating by Bankrate, Inc., an independent rating group. Our staff is committed to providing outstanding personalized service and we hope you allow us the opportunity to meet all of your financial needs.

Bank NamePrudential Bancorp, Inc.
Stock ExchangeLSE
CountryUnited States
World Region"North America "
CEOMr. Dennis Pollack
Registered Year1886

  2017 2016 2015
  € m € m € m
Total interest income 26 17 17
Total Interest Expenses 5 3 3
Net Interest income 21 14 13
Total Net Revenue
Earnings per share      
Basic 0.33 0.37 0.27
Diluted 0.32 0.36 0.26
Total current assets
Other assets
Total assets
Total current liabilities
Total liabilities
Total Equity
Net income
Net cash provided by operating activities 6 3 3
Net cash used for investment activities 70 69 6
Net cash provided by financing activities 80 67 43
Currency in EUR, All numbers in million.      

United States
Broad Street
Center City
Drexel Hill
Huntingdon Valley
Oregon Avenue
Richmond Street
Spring Garden