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First BanCorp. New

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Market capitalization
‪2.77 B‬USD
‪302.86 M‬USD
‪1.15 B‬USD
‪163.04 M‬
Beta (1Y)
1.37

About First BanCorp. New

Sector
CEO
Aurelio Alemán-Bermúdez
Headquarters
San Juan
Employees (FY)
‪3.17 K‬
Founded
1948
ISIN
PR3186727065
FIGI
BBG000CYKKX8
First BanCorp (Puerto Rico) is a holding company, which engages in the provision of personal, commercial, and corporate banking services. It operates through the following segments: Commercial and Corporate Banking, Consumer (Retail) Banking, Mortgage Banking, Treasury and Investments, United States Operations, and Virgin Islands Operations. The Commercial and Corporate Banking segment consists of the company's lending and other services for large customers represented by specialized and middle-market clients and the public sector. The Consumer (Retail) Banking segment includes consumer lending and deposit-taking activities conducted mainly through FirstBank's branch network in Puerto Rico. The Mortgage Banking segment focuses on the origination, sale, and servicing of a variety of residential mortgage loan products and related hedging activities. The Treasury and Investments segment deals with treasury and investment management functions. The United States Operations segment represents all banking activities conducted by FirstBank on the United States mainland. The Virgin Islands Operations segment includes all banking activities conducted by FirstBank in the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands. The company was founded on October 29, 1948 and is headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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Frequently Asked Questions

The current price of FBP is 16.65 USD — it has decreased by 0.77% in the past 24 hours.
Depending on the exchange, the stock ticker may vary. For instance, on NYSE exchange First BanCorp. New stocks are traded under the ticker FBP.
First BanCorp. New is going to release the next earnings report on Apr 23, 2024. Keep track of upcoming events with our Earnings Calendar.
One year price forecast for First BanCorp. New has a max estimate of 21.00 USD and a min estimate of 18.00 USD.
FBP earnings for the last quarter are 0.46 USD whereas the estimation was 0.38 USD which accounts for 21.19% surprise. Estimated earnings for the next quarter are 0.35 USD. See more details about First BanCorp. New earnings.
First BanCorp. New revenue for the last quarter amounts to ‪230.02 M‬ USD despite the estimated figure of ‪236.05 M‬ USD. In the next quarter revenue is expected to reach ‪229.12 M‬ USD.
Yes, you can track First BanCorp. New financials in yearly and quarterly reports right on TradingView.
Like other stocks, FBP shares are traded on stock exchanges, e.g. Nasdaq, Nyse, Euronext, and the easiest way to buy them is through an online stock broker. To do this, you need to open an account and follow a broker's procedures, then start trading. You can trade First BanCorp. New stock right from TradingView charts — choose your broker and connect to your account.
FBP reached its all-time high on Dec 15, 2004 with the price of 491.18 USD, and its all-time low was 2.06 USD and was reached on Jan 25, 2016.
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As of Apr 14, 2024, the company has ‪3.17 K‬ employees. See our rating of the largest employees — is First BanCorp. New on this list?