Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son found using ticker (NTB) now have 5 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a rating of ‘Buy’. The target price ranges between 55 and 41 with a mean TP of 47.4. Now with the previous closing price of 34.29 this is indicating there is a potential upside of 38.2%. The day 50 moving average is 37.23 while the 200 day moving average is 36.45. The market cap for the company is $1,679m. Find out more information at: https://www.butterfieldgroup.com
The potential market cap would be $2,321m based on the market concensus.
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The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited provides a range of community, commercial, and private banking services to individuals and small to medium-sized businesses. It accepts retail and corporate checking, savings, term, and interest bearing and non-interest bearing deposits, as well as certificate of deposits. The company’s lending portfolio includes residential mortgage lending, automobile lending, consumer financing, credit cards, overdraft facilities, commercial real estate lending, and commercial and industrial loans. It also offers investment products and services; and cash and liquidity management, foreign exchange, custody administration, and settlement services. In addition, the company provides personal and property/auto insurance products; letters of credit; and cash management, payroll, remote banking, money market, advisory, brokerage, trust, estate, company management, and fiduciary services. Further, it offers debit cards; automated teller machines; and personal and business deposit, merchant acquiring, and mobile and internet banking services. The company operates through offices in the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey, the United Kingdom, The Bahamas, Switzerland, Singapore, Mauritius, and Canada. It also operates through 3 branches in Bermuda and 4 branches in the Cayman Islands. The Bank of N.T. Butterfield & Son Limited was founded in 1858 and is headquartered in Hamilton, Bermuda.