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FNBFirst Niagara Bank (New York)
FNBFirst Northern Bank (California)
FNBFairfield National Bank (Lancaster, OH)
FNBFirst National Bank
FNBFood and Nutrition Board (Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences)
FNBFood Not Bombs
FNBFine Needle Biopsy
FNBFood and Beverage (industry)
FNBFonds Négociables en Bourse (French: Negotiable Scholarship Fund; Canada)
FNBFédération Nationale des Boissons (French: National Federation of Beverages)
FNBFédération Nationale du Bois (French: National Wood Federation)
FNBFront Nouveau de Belgique
FNBFinska Notisbyrån (Finnish National News Agency)
FNBFédération Nationale Bovine (French: National Bovine Federation)
FNBFlexible Network Bus
FNBFancy New Beesly (from The Office television series)
FNBFencing New Brunswick
FNBFour Non Blondes (band)
FNBFront of National Blocs (Iraq)
FNBFrequency - Narrow Band
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Pursuant to the agreement, FNB shareholders will receive 0.980 shares of TriCo common stock in exchange for each share of FNB common stock they hold.
Dixon Norval, head of strategic marketing at FNB Namibia Holdings said: "FNB's achievement was based on Tier 1 capital, which comprises shareholder equity, retained profits and equity accounts of subsidiaries.
As part of this transaction, FNB Lilly director, Thomas A.
Corporation (NYSE: FNB), has again been named a Greater Pittsburgh Area Top Workplace in the large-sized company category (400+ employees) by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Stanford has been with FNB Community Bank for 24 years.
It will serve as the headquarters for FNB's Charlotte Region.
The board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency have provided final clearance for the pending FNB-Yadkin merger as well as the merger of Yadkin's bank subsidiary, Yadkin Bank, into FNB's bank subsidiary, First National Bank of Pennsylvania.
After buried trash was uncovered on the property, North Beach ceased work due to the cost of clean-up, and Adams and North Beach filed suit against FNB's appraiser.
Ian Leyenaar, Chief Executive Officer of FNB Namibia congratulated the BA football club and said that FNB was proud to be associated with the Lions for winning the league.
The acquisition increases FNB's representation in Africa by more than 50%, and comes less than two months after FNB opened its first branch in Tanzania.
Under the terms of the merger, Granite shareholders will get 3.375 shares of FNB for each share they hold, valuing Granite shares at USD0.84.