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First Bank (FRBA), 2465 Kuser Road, Hamilton 08690; 609-528-4400; fax, 609-587-8353. Patrick L. Ryan, CEO. www.firstbanknj.com.
First Bank, based on Kuser Road in Hamilton, has raised $20 million in a public offering at $6 a share. The bank was listed on November 15 on the NASDAQ Global Market as FRBA. The stock price has hovered around $6.
First Bank opened a new Somerset branch in September and announced the pending acquisition of Heritage Community Bank of Randolph, and its three Morris County branches. First Bank has branches in Ewing, Hamilton, Lawrence, Somerset, and Williamstown and about $426 million in assets.
Cabeus Inc., 10 Jefferson Plaza, Suite 300, Princeton 08540; 609-423-1888; V. Balasubramanian, president. www.cabeusinc.com.
Cabeus, a content management firm, has moved to Jefferson Plaza from 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 200.
GBS & Sons Freight Inc., 2 King Arthur Court, Suite 5, New Brunswick; 732-651-1629; fax, 732-651-7743. Kulwinder Singh.
GBS and Sons Freight, a trucking company, has moved from a home office at 4 Apple Ridge Way in East Brunswick, where it had operated since 2003, to an office in King Arthur Court in New Brunswick, said owner Kulwinder Singh.
Integra Financial LLC, 222 Commons Way, Princeton 08540; 609-558-9488; fax, Bojana Rovchanin, founding principal.
Integra Financial Partners has moved from 600 Alexander Road to Commons Way.
SagePoint Financial, 4365 Route 1 South, Princeton 08540; 609-243-9300; fax, 609-243-9330. Mashood Siddiqi.
SagePoint Financial, an investment and retirement planning company, has moved from 116 Village Boulevard to a bigger office at 4365 Route 1.
Signature Title Agency LLC, 1 Airport Place, Princeton 08540; 609-439-9080; fax, 866-685-1650. Ehab Abousabe, president. www.signaturetitle-nj.com.
Signature Title Agency has moved to Airport Place from 600 Alexander Road.
MISTRAS Group Inc. (MG), 195 Clarksville Road, Princeton Junction 08550; 609-716-4000; fax, 609-716-0706. Sotirios J. Vahaviolos Ph.D., chairman and CEO. www.mistrasgroup.com.
MISTRAS Group, an infrastructure asset protection company based on Clarksville Road, has acquired Rockaway-based Carmagen Engineering, an engineering consulting and technical training services provider in the oil and energy industry.
Carmagen provides a wide range of services in the oil & gas industry, including plant operations support, consulting, and training. Carmagen also helps power plant operators safely extend the length of time between plant shutdowns.
The JK Group Inc., 104 Morgan Lane, Plainsboro 08536; 609-799-7830; fax, 609-799-8019. Brad Galle, CEO. www.easymatch.com.
JK Group, a company that helps manage corporate philanthropy programs, says its clients have used its capabilities to donate a total of more than $2 million to relief agencies in the first 10 days after Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines.
JK Group, based on Morgan Lane in Plainsboro, says its software and programs allowed companies to create new disaster relief programs quickly. JK Group currently facilitates donations to more than 2 million nonprofit groups in 65 countries.
Qforma, 40 Nassau Street, Princeton.
Healthcare data company QForma has left its office on Nassau Street. The company’s corporate headquarters is at 201 Littleton Road, Morris Plains. Phone: 973-889-1300.
ROC Resources LLC, 17 Hulfish Street, Suite 201, Princeton.
Private equity investment firm ROC Resources has closed its Hulfish Street office. Its listed number is not in service and the website is not active. The company is a spinoff of Oppenheimer Holdings.
Maurice T. Perilli, 95, on November 25. He was an executive vice president of Roma Bank and served as chairman of the board from 1991 to 2011, stepping down at the age of 92. He served as mayor of Hamilton from 1961 to 1978.
Peter B. Lewis, 80, on November 23. The chairman of Progressive Insurance Company, Lewis was a 1955 graduate of Princeton University who donated the money for the Lewis Library, the Lewis-Sigler Genomics Institute, and the Lewis Center for the Arts, now being expanded in the arts and transit neighborhood adjoining the Princeton Dinky railroad station.