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Bryn Mawr Bank files shelf

Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. on May 11 filed an automatic shelf registration statement for the sale of an unspecified amount of various securities that may be offered and sold by the company from time to time by one or more selling security holders to be identified in the future.

The filing covers common stock, debt securities, purchase contracts, warrants, rights and units.

Bryn Mawr Bank intends to use the net proceeds for general corporate purposes, potentially including making contributions to unit Bryn Mawr Trust Co.'s capital to support lending; buying back company stock; and funding acquisitions if opportunities for such deals are available, among other things.