Hudson City Bancorp's Chairman & CEO just declared owning 3,205,617 shares of Hudson City Bancorp

Ronald E Hermance, Hudson City Bancorp's Chairman & CEO and a director of the company, has just filed an initial statement of beneficial ownership where 3,205,617 shares of Hudson City Bancorp were declared. This form is usually filed as a prelude to receiving options or buying company shares, so there may be more to come from Hermance. Hermance operates out of Paramus, NJ. Some additional info was provided as follows:

The reporting person holds the shares through the Hudson City Savings Bank's Profit Incentive Bonus Plan. The reporting person is due, upon retirement, the equivalent dollar value of 306,120 shares of HCBK common stock as of December 31, 2013 through the Supplemental ESOP Benefit under the Benefit Maintenance Plan of Hudson City Savings Bank. Phantom S tock acquired by the reporting person under the Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. Officers' Deferred Compensation Plan. The reporting person has elected that the funds accumulated in such Plan that are deemed invested in Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. Common Stock, including any additional dividend equivalents deemed reinvested with respect thereto, will be distributed to the reporting person only in shares of Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. Common Stock and would be distributable only on or about January 1st of the calendar year following the calendar year in which the reporting person terminates all service with Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. and its affiliated companies, unless another date of payment is provided under the terms of the Plans. This transaction reflects dividend equivalents deemed reinvested in Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. Common Stock under this Plan. Represents the number of shares issuable upon future settlement of Variable Deferred Stock Units granted on August 1, 2012 based on the Company's return on equity for 2012, as certified by the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors on January 29, 2013. Such Variable Deferred Stock Units will vest and settle on August 1, 2015 assuming continued employment through such date. Pro-rated, accelerated vesting and settlement may occur in the event of death, disability, retirement. Accelerated vesting and settlement may also occur in the event of discharge without cause or resignation with good reason following a change in control.

The above information was disclosed in a filing to the SEC. To see this filing in its entirety, click here.

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