First Niagara Financial Group Inc. (FNFG)

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Market Cap3.57B
P/E Ratio (ttm)20.78
Avg Vol (3m)4,653,824
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  • American City Business Journals2 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 Journals6 days ago

    KeyCorp hires 50 former First Niagara workers as part of commercial real estate expansion

    Fifty bankers, portfolio managers and servicing officers from First Niagara Financial Group Inc. have been hired by KeyCorp to work in the latter’s expanded commercial real estate business unit. It is not immediately known how many of those former First Niagara employees were based in Western New York or how many will be based here going forward. KeyCorp (KEY) legally acquired First Niagara in late July.

  • American City Business Journals15 days ago

    KeyCorp closes acquisition of First Niagara

    KeyCorp has closed on its acquisition of Buffalo, New York-based First Niagara Financial Group. The acquisition, which was announced in October, will add 300 branches to KeyBank's network in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. The merger will also add about $29 billion in deposits and total assets of $40 billion to KeyCorp.