The New York Stock Exchange, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE: ICE), a leading global provider of data, technology and market infrastructure, announced that ServisFirst Bancshares, Inc. (NYSE: SFBS) has completed its listing transfer and will begin trading today as an NYSE-listed company.
ServisFirst Bancshares, one of the country’s leading regional banks, will now be able to leverage all of the advantages of membership in the NYSE community, comprising more than 2,300 of the world’s largest, leading and most innovative companies.
These advantages include the Exchange’s unique market model, which combines cutting-edge technology with accountability and human judgment. Membership in the NYSE community also brings an unmatched network of CEOs and business leaders, the incomparable brand visibility that stems from an Exchange listing and core investor relations services.
Founded in Birmingham, Alabama, ServisFirst is a full-service commercial bank holding company focused on providing business and personal financial services through competitive products and state-of-the-art technology.
“ServisFirst Bancshares is pleased to join the NYSE, the global leader in listings with many of the world’s most well-established companies, to continue to provide long term value for our customers and shareholders,” stated Tom Broughton, ServisFirst Bancshares Chairman, President and CEO.
“We are excited to welcome ServisFirst Bancshares as it transfers its listing to the NYSE and joins our community of the world’s leading companies,” said John Tuttle, Vice Chairman and Chief Commercial Officer, NYSE Group. “We look forward to working together with ServisFirst as it leverages state-of-the-art technology to serve its customers in the Southeastern U.S.”
Nearly 300 companies have switched their listings to the NYSE since 2000, representing more than $1 trillion in current market value.
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About Intercontinental Exchange
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