Publicly Traded Banks in VermontU.S. Exchanges
List of Publicly Traded Banks in Vermont Listed on Major U.S. Exchanges
The banks on this list are publicly traded banks or savings institutions with branches in the state of Vermont. Here are a few notes regarding this group of companies:
- The banks in the first section (banks in Vermont) are companies that have branches only in the state of Vermont or banks that have branches in Vermont and New Hampshire.
- The banks in the second section are regional or multi-regional banks with branches in Vermont. These banks include a mix of both small and mid-cap companies.
If you are looking for a publicly traded bank with branches in Vermont that is not listed here, you might find it on our National Banks page.
Additional publicly traded banks can be found in our main banks section which can be accessed through the link below:
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Banks in Vermont
Lake Sunapee Bank Group (LSBG) (Holding company for Lake Sunapee Bank; branches in western and central New Hampshire and central Vermont)
Merchants Bancshares, Inc. (MBVT) (Holding company for Merchants Bank)
Union Bankshares, Inc. (UNB) (Holding company for Union Bank; branches in northern Vermont and New Hampshire)
Regional and Multi-Regional Banks with Branches in Vermont
Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc. (BHLB) (Holding company for Berkshire Bank; branches in Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut and New York)
NBT Bancorp Inc. (NBTB) (Holding company for NBT Bank and NBT Financial Services; branches in New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Pennsylvania)
People’s United Financial, Inc. (PBCT) (Holding company for People’s United Bank; branches in multiple states in the northeast region of the United States)
TrustCo Bank Corp (TRST) (Branches in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont and Florida)