First Niagara Financial Group Inc. (FNFG)

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Market Cap3.57B
P/E Ratio (ttm)20.78
Avg Vol (3m)4,789,080
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  • American City Business Journals3 days ago

    M&T Bank spotlights four WNY businesses in new ad campaign

    Upstate New York business owners – including four in Western New York – are the focus of the third installment of M&T Bank’s “Understanding What’s Important” advertising campaign. This week, the Buffalo-headquartered bank is rolling out videos that feature Anderson’s Frozen Custards, Finger Food Products Inc., James Desiderio Inc., and Mollenberg-Betz Inc. The videos will appear on M&T’s website and social media channels. The 12 businesses that agreed to work with M&T (MTB) will also appear in print, online and digital billboard ads.

  • American City Business Journals3 days ago

    Former First Niagara director joins community bank board

    Carl Florio, a longtime banker and one of two First Niagara board members from Albany, New York, has joined the board of directors at Kinderhook Bank. “Carl Florio knows the financial services industry in our markets, and with his years of service on bank boards and as a retired banking regional president, Carl will bring a great deal of industry experience and knowledge to our board of directors,” said Scott D. Shallo, who was elected chairman of the board earlier this month, in a statement. The appointment comes as KeyCorp (KEY) legally acquired First Niagara Financial Group (FNFG) on Aug. 1.

  • American City Business Journals3 days ago

    Job training next step in KeyCorp takeover of First Niagara

    KeyCorp is in the midst of en masse employee training as it moves forward with the complex process of combining two companies into a single financial institution. The parent company of KeyBank N.A. (KEY) is now in the second week of Buffalo market training sessions for First Niagara Bank N.A. employees who are making the switch to KeyBank following the recent acquisition of First Niagara Financial Group Inc. in Buffalo. “We’re taking a very holistic and integrated approach to this,” said Brian Fishel, chief talent officer for KeyCorp.