Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. (CFR)
Last closing price (Jul 30 4:00 EDT):
79.40 (1.85%) ?
Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. operates as the holding company for Frost Bank that offers commercial and consumer banking, and other financial products and services primarily in Texas. The company operates in two segments, Banking and Frost Wealth Advisors. It provides commercial banking services to corporations and other business clients, such as financing for industrial and commercial properties, as well as for interim construction; financing for equipment, inventories, and accounts receivable; acquisition financing; commercial leasing; and treasury management services. The company also offers consumer banking services, including checking accounts, savings programs, automated teller machines, overdraft facilities, installment and real estate loans, home equity loans and lines of credit, deposit services, safe deposit facilities, and brokerage services. In addition, it provides international banking services comprising accepting deposits, making loans, issuing letters of credit, handling foreign collections, transmitting funds, and dealing in foreign exchange. Further, the company operates as a correspondent for approximately 332 financial institutions; offers trust, investment, agency, and custodial services for individual and corporate clients; and provides capital markets services, such as sales and trading, new issue underwriting, money market trading, and securities safekeeping and clearance. It operates approximately 110 financial centers and 1,100 automated-teller machines in Texas. Additionally, the company, through its other subsidiaries, offers insurance brokerage services; brokerage services, as well as sale and purchase of securities; investment advisory and private equity services to middle market companies; and loans to qualified borrowers. It serves energy, manufacturing, services, construction, retail, telecommunications, healthcare, military, and transportation industries. The company was founded in 1868 and is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas.
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|Matthew Keating||Barclays||Sell||Apr 24, '14||77.51||75.00||Apr 24, '15||3.90%|
|Matthew Keating||Barclays||Sell||Aug 14, '13||71.36||70.00||Aug 14, '14||4.55%|
|Brett Rabatin||Sterne, Agee & Leach||Sell||Aug 06, '13||70.11||Aug 06, '14||-13.25%|
|Brady Gailey||Keefe, Bruyette & Woods||Sell||Jul 25, '13||69.84||65.00||Jul 25, '14||-12.64%|
|Scott Valentin||FBR Capital Markets & Co.||Sell||Jul 25, '13||69.84||60.00||Jul 25, '14||-12.64%|
|Matthew Keating||Barclays||Sell||Jul 09, '13||69.64||63.00||Jul 09, '14||-13.54%|
|Scott Valentin||FBR Capital Markets & Co.||Sell||Apr 24, '13||59.05||56.00||Apr 24, '14||-34.29%|
|Terry Mcevoy||Oppenheimer & Co.||Buy||Feb 04, '13||57.20||68.00||Feb 04, '14||22.90%|
|Steven Alexopoulos||JPMorgan||Sell||Jan 09, '13||55.32||Jan 09, '14||-35.30%|
|Kevin Reynolds||Wunderlich Securities, Inc.||Buy||Oct 26, '11||45.70||60.00||Oct 26, '12||24.71%|
|Brett Rabatin||Sterne, Agee & Leach||Sell||Oct 11, '11||45.45||46.50||Oct 11, '12||2.82%|
|Kevin Reynolds||Wunderlich Securities, Inc.||Buy||Aug 08, '11||44.51||60.00||Aug 08, '12||26.90%|