CNB Financial Services

(CBFC, PINK)

$50.00

-$0.01
(-0.00%)
PE Ratio
7.33
EPS
$6.82
Market Cap
$22M
52 Week Range
$40.43 - $50.01
Operating Margin
21.57%
Dividend & Yield
$2.09 (4.18%)
Volume
NaN
Rev. per Share
$40.38

About CNB Financial Services

CNB Financial Services, Inc. operates as the bank holding company for CNB Bank, Inc. that provides various banking services to individuals and businesses in the United States. The company accepts checking, savings, and individual retirement accounts; demand deposits; and certificates of deposit (CDs). Its loan products include consumer loans, such as new and used vehicle, motor homes and travel trailers, motorcycles and ATVs, boats and jet skis, snowmobiles, personal loans and notes, home improvement, vacations/Christmas, equipment, and savings/CD secured loans; commercial loans comprising lines of credit, accounts receivable/inventory, machinery and equipment, commercial vehicles and real estate, letters of credit, construction financing, and small business administration guaranteed loans; and real estate loans consisting of in-house and secondary market residential, construction, home equity, and land loans. The company also offers debit cards; trust services, investment management, retirement planning, trust and estate planning, education savings, and insurance planning; investment products and services; and telephone banking, cash and savings sweep accounts, safe deposit box, merchant, direct deposit, reorder checks, night depository, cash advance on credit cards, notary, wire and telephone transfers, check collection, and stop payments services. In addition, it invests in mortgage backed securities and collateralized mortgage obligations. As of March 31, 2020, the company operated two full-service offices and automated teller machines (ATMs) in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia; three full service branch offices and ATMs in Berkeley County; West Virginia; a limited service branch office in Hagerstown, Maryland; and three full service branch offices and ATMs in Washington County, Maryland. CNB Financial Services, Inc. was founded in 1934 and is based in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.

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Type
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Financial Services
Industry
Banks-Regional
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