Banking industry

Recently, Amalgamated Bank enjoyed a banner day. Our brand was prominently displayed in the heart of Times Square, employees pointed out colleagues who appeared live on Bloomberg and CNBC and the NASDAQ floor was bustling with Amalgamated Bank veterans, board members and countless others who were in attendance to witness history as the bank went public.

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Maryann Bruce and Patricia Diaz Dennis join Amalgamated Bank’s Board of Directors following the Bank’s initial public offering

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Amalgamated Bank (“Amalgamated”), a commercial bank and a chartered trust company that specializes in providing banking services for socially responsible and values-based clients, today celebrated its first day as a public company trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the ticker symbol “AMAL”. The company’s leadership team will join with employees from all levels of the bank to ring the opening bell at Nasdaq on Friday, August 10, 2018 to mark the milestone.

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Amalgamated Bank (“Amalgamated”) (Nasdaq: AMAL) today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 6,718,729 shares of Class A common stock at a public offering price of $15.50 per share. The underwriters have also been granted a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 1,007,809 shares of Class A common stock. All of the shares in the offering are to be sold by the selling stockholders. Amalgamated will not receive any proceeds from the offering.

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Amalgamated Bank (“Amalgamated”) today announced the launch of its initial public offering of 6.7 million shares of Class A common stock. The initial public offering price is expected to be between $15.00 to $17.00 per share. The shares will be offered by certain selling stockholders. Amalgamated’s common stock is expected to trade on the Nasdaq Global Market under the ticker symbol “AMAL.”

If you have a deposit account, loan or investment account with one of the mainstream banks, it’s entirely possible that you’re supporting the manufacture or distribution of guns without even realizing it.

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Endorses Gun Safety Code of Conduct released today by Everytown for Gun Safety

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Right now, despite many bank CEOs making tens of millions of dollars each year, the average bank teller makes just $25,800. Here in New York, 39 percent of bank tellers are forced to rely on public assistance programs just to make ends meet. This is morally wrong, yes, but it's also just bad business.

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Mr. Murrell to Oversee Development and Launch of the Bank’s New National Online Banking Platform