BNO

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AcronymDefinition
BNOBaltic Neopolis Orchestra (Szczecin, Poland)
BNOBig Night Out
BNOBeroepsorganisatie Nederlandse Ontwerpers
BNOBoys' Night Out (band)
BNOBoyz Nite Out
BNOBau- und Nutzungsordnung
BNOBank of New Orleans (Louisiana)
BNOBladder Neck Obstruction
BNOBaksan Neutrino Observatory
BNOBase Nautique de l'Ouest
BNONorleucine Boronic Acid
BNOBus Nut Online
BNOBowels Not Opened
BNOBulgarian National Observatory
BNOBranchenNachweis Online
BNOBenton Oil and Gas Company (stock symbol)
BNOBurns Municipal Airport, Burns, Oregon (airport code)
BNOBlue Note Orchestra
BNOBowel Not Open
BNOBrown Normal (brewing chemistry)
BNOBroadway Night Out
BNOBuyer Number
BNOBritish National (Overseas) [also seen as BN(O)]
BNOBetegsegek Nemzetkozi Osztalyozasa (Hungarian: International Classification of Diseases)
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Loan marketplace DebtX has announced a USD 1bn loan sale on behalf of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as receiver for First NBC Bank of New Orleans, the company said.
5bn asset threshold during the quarter as we completed our acquisition of Bank of New Orleans ahead of schedule,' said John W.
Nelson, now 20, lives with her father now in Gretna, on the West Bank of New Orleans.
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NASDAQ: LABC), the holding company of Bank of New Orleans (BNO).
7 million held by Hibernia National Bank of New Orleans.
NASDAQ: LABC), the holding company of the 105-year-old Bank of New Orleans (BNO) said they have signed a definitive agreement under which Home Bancorp will acquire Louisiana Bancorp for an aggregate deal value of USD74.
NASDAQ: LABC), the holding company of Bank of New Orleans (BNO), has announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which Home Bancorp will acquire Louisiana Bancorp, for an aggregate value of USD74.
7 million from Hibernia National Bank of New Orleans.