OFG Bancorp is a publicly-owned financial holding company incorporated on June 14, 1996 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, providing a full range of banking and financial services through its subsidiaries. The Company provides financial services to its clients through a complete range of banking and financial solutions, including mortgage, commercial and consumer lending; checking and savings accounts; financial planning, insurance, asset management, and investment brokerage; and corporate and individual trust and retirement services. The Company has three reportable segments: Banking, Financial Services, and Treasury. The Company's subsidiary, is a full-service Puerto Rico commercial bank with its office located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It has 55 branches throughout Puerto Rico and was incorporated in 1964 as a federal mutual savings and loan association. Banking activities include the Bank's branches and mortgage banking activities with traditional retail banking products such as deposits and mortgage, commercial, and consumer loans. The Bank's lending activities are mainly with consumers located in Puerto Rico. The Bank's loan transactions include a number of industries and activities, all of which are encompassed within three main categories: mortgage, commercial, and consumer. The Company's mortgage banking activities are conducted through a division of the Bank, and also through Oriental Mortgage Financial services activities are generated by such businesses as securities brokerage, fiduciary services, insurance, and pension administration. The Company offers securities brokerage services covering various investment alternatives such as tax-advantaged fixed income securities, mutual funds, stocks, and bonds to retail and institutional clients. It also offers separately managed accounts and mutual fund asset allocation programs sponsored by unaffiliated professional asset managers. Oriental Insurance Inc. is a Puerto Rico corporation and the Company's subsidiary engaged in insurance agency services. It was established by the Company to take advantage of the cross-marketing opportunities provided by financial modernization legislation. Caribbean Pension Consultants, Inc., a Florida corporation, is the Company's subsidiary engaged in the administration of retirement plans in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean. Treasury activities encompass all of the Company's treasury-related functions. Its investment portfolio consists of mortgage-backed securities, obligations of U.S. Government sponsored agencies, PuertoRico Government and agency obligations, structured credit investments, and money market instruments. The Company encounters intense competition in attracting and retaining deposits and in its consumer and commercial lending activities. The competition in originating loans and attracting assets comes principally from other U.S., Puerto Rico and foreign banks, investment advisors, broker/dealers, mortgage banking companies, consumer finance companies, credit unions, insurance companies, and other institutional lenders and purchasers of loans. The Company is subject to regulation, supervision and examination by federal and Puerto Rico banking authorities.