Capitol Federal Savings Bank
|Traded as||NASDAQ: CFFN|
|Headquarters||Topeka, Kansas, United States|
|Number of locations||35 traditional branches, 10 in-store locations|
|Area served||Kansas, Missouri|
|Key people||John B. Dicus (Chairman), Kent G. Townsend (CFO)|
|Services||Savings and Loans|
|Revenue||US$ 352.28 million (2012)|
|Net income||US$ 74.5 million (2012)|
|Total assets||US$ 9.4 billion (2012)|
|Total equity||US$ 1.8 billion (2012)|
|Parent||Capitol Federal Financial, Inc.|
Capitol Federal Savings Bank or Cap Fed, is a retail bank headquartered in Topeka, Kansas. It was created in 1893. It is holds more than $8 billion in assets and trades on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol CFFN as a part of Capitol Federal Financial. It was listed as one of the banks that "Didn't Experience the Financial Crisis". Although the bank spans Kansas, it has begun to expand into Missouri.
Capitol Federal in media
In the comedy "Hot Tub Time Machine," the character Nick Webber-Agnew is shown inserting a Capitol Federal True Blue credit card into his wallet.
In the movie "We Bought a Zoo," the main character is shown paying for purchases with a Capitol Federal Savings Visa debit card.
- "Capitol Federal Financial, Inc. (CFFN)". Yahoo! Finance.
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