Delhi Bank Corp.

About Delhi Bank Corp.

Delhi Bank Corp. operates as a bank holding company for The Delaware National Bank of Delhi that provides commercial banking products and services to individual and small business customers in Delaware County, New York. The company accepts demand, interest bearing time and savings, personal and business checking, NOW, health savings, money market, club, certificates of deposit, and individual retirement accounts. Its loan products include automobile, motorcycle, recreational vehicle, and boat loans; residential and commercial real estate, home improvements, rental property, vacant land, overdraft protection, personal, commercial, construction, manufactured housing, second homes, and agricultural; and home equity and commercial lines of credit. The company also offers ATM and debit, and Visa/Mastercard merchant account; trust and investment services; and wire transfer, payment, direct deposit, night depository, money orders, safe deposit boxes, telephone banking, automatic clearing house transfer, notary public, and internet banking services. Delhi Bank Corp. was founded in 1839 and is headquartered in Delhi, New York.

DWNX United States


• At close Sat Oct 01 2022

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Sector: Financial Services

Industry: Banks—Regional

Location United States, Delhi

Grade: AEF

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