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Company Profile WBHC

Business Description

Wilson Bank Holding Co is a Tennessee-based bank holding company of Wilson Bank and Trust. Its banking operations are conducted mainly through its bank subsidiary which includes a range of banking services, including checking, savings, and money market deposit accounts, certificates of deposit and loans for consumer, commercial and real estate purposes and also offers custodial, trust and discount brokerage services to its customers. The company operates primarily in Wilson, DeKalb, Smith, Rutherford, Putnam, and Sumner counties and the surrounding counties. It earns its revenue from interest and deposits income.

623 West Main Street
Lebanon, TN, 37087
Industry Banks - Regional
Employees 542

FAQs for Wilson Bank Holding Co Stock

No. WBHC does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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WBHC’s market cap is 401.05 Mil.
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WBHC’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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