Popular Inc

NASDAQ: BPOP
$83.20
+$1.37 (+1.7%)
Closing price April 19, 2024
Popular Inc is a financial institution with a rich history dating back to 1893, headquartered in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. It offers a wide range of banking products and services including savings and checking accounts, certificates of deposit, and various loan options such as commercial, residential mortgage, and consumer loans. Additionally, Popular Inc provides investment banking, insurance services, and online banking solutions. It operates primarily in Puerto Rico, the United States, and the British Virgin Islands, catering to both individual and commercial clients.
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