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

First National of Nebraska, Inc. [FINNUnited States

13,650USD69 (+0.51%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

1,492,727,936 USD
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About First National of Nebraska, Inc.

First National of Nebraska, Inc. operates as the bank holding company for First National Bank of Omaha that provides various banking products and services. The company offers checking, savings, and individual retirement accounts; certificates of deposit; and credit cards. It also provides personal loans and lines of credit; auto loans; mortgage loans; home equity lines of credit and loans; small business loans and lines of credit; small business administration loans; and commercial lending solutions. In addition, the company offers treasury management, debt consolidation, financial planning, retirement planning, wealth management, merchant, and payroll services; and personal, commercial, and farm insurance products. Further, it provides solutions for agribusiness, commercial real estate, healthcare, transportation, and correspondent banking; investment services, such as capital market and institutional asset management; and digital banking services. First National of Nebraska, Inc. was founded in 1857 and is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska.

First National of Nebraska is a multi-state holding company headquartered in the heart of downtown Omaha.

First National of Nebraska, Inc.
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