Western Alliance Bancorp

-$2.02 (-3.3%)
Closing Price on June 14, 2024

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WAL Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country USA
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 6,214.15M USD
Shares Outstanding 109,474,000
Western Alliance Bancorporation, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, is a key player in the banking sector, primarily serving Arizona, California, and Nevada. The company, founded in 1994, offers a wide range of banking products and services through its main subsidiary, Western Alliance Bank. These include various deposit accounts, treasury management, residential mortgages, and a comprehensive suite of commercial loans covering everything from working capital to real estate. Additionally, Western Alliance provides advanced financial services like internet banking, electronic bill payments, and cash management, catering to both individual and corporate clients.

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