OBHC

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OBHCOuter Banks History Center (est. 1986; Manteo, NC)
OBHCOklahoma Baptist Homes for Children
OBHCOne-Bank Holding Company (finance)
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Citizens Holding Company is a one-bank holding company and the parent company of The Citizens Bank of Philadelphia, both headquartered in Philadelphia, Mississippi.
Being a one-bank holding company is becoming fashionable again.
(2.) The Board previously has determined that if an applicant's principal shareholder is associated with other one-bank holding companies, the proposed formation of a one-bank holding company is analyzed by the Board using the same standard that would be used for a multibank holding company acquisition.
In Letter Ruling 9551032, the taxpayer was a one-bank holding company for a national bank.
A one-bank holding company, Citizens Holding is the parent company of the Citizens Bank of Philadelphia.
The proposed acquisition target is Union Bancshares of Benton Inc., the one-bank holding company of Union Bank.
The One-Bank Holding Company and the 1970 Amendments In 1955, there were approximately 117 one-bank holding companies with $11.6 billion of insured commercial bank deposits, or approximately 6 percent of the total of such deposits.
A one-bank holding company, CNB Community Bancorp's subsidiary bank, Hillsdale County National Bank (CNB) is a nationally chartered, full service community bank that includes Trust and Investment service divisions.
is a one-bank holding company for First National Bank, a $177.6 million-asset concern.
A one-bank holding company, Citizens Holding is the parent of the Citizens Bank of Philadelphia, both headquartered in Philadelphia, Mississippi, USA.
MHB is the one-bank holding company of First National Bank & Trust Co.
The one-bank holding company of First National Bank serves all or portions of the Counties of Campbell, Pittsylvania, Bedford, Amherst and the City of Lynchburg through nine branches.