Other OTC exchange. Sector: Financial Services. Industry: Banks—Regional. Location United States, Buffalo.

Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Incorporated [CRZYUnited States

25.75USD0.7 (-2.72%)

• At close Tue Oct 04 2022

10,425,607 USD
MARKET CAP
12.486
PE
0.382
BETA (5y)
1.730
EPS

profit

63%

for 5 years

profit

40%

for 3 years

profit

32%

for 2 years

profit

20%

for 1 year

profit

3%

for this year

About Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Incorporated

Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Incorporated operates as the holding company for Buffalo Federal Bank that provides a range of banking products and services to individuals, families, and businesses in Central Wyoming. It offers checking accounts, money market accounts, and student accounts; savings accounts, including individual retirement and time deposit accounts; demand deposits and overdraft deposit accounts; and debit and credit cards. The company also offers personal, commercial, business, home mortgage, and working capital loans, as well as loans for term, equipment financing, SBA lending, and construction financing. In addition, it provides real estate lending, including loans secured by one-to-four family residential real estate, multi-family, commercial real estate, and home equity loans. Further, the company offers online and mobile banking services. It serves customers through its branch offices under the name of ‘The Bank' in Buffalo, Gillette, and Sheridan, Wyoming. The company was founded in 1936 and is headquartered in Buffalo, Wyoming.

Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Incorporated
https://www.buffalofed.com
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