Union Bank lands a new commercial banker from a much larger Ohio institution and announces the date for a shareholder vote on its pending deal to acquire Xenith Bank, and two local executives each sell $1 million in shares.
A recently merged bank files it proxy, a local exec cashes out stock options, and Genworth sets the date for its shareholder meeting while it awaits a deal to be acquired by a Chinese conglomerate.
A new president at one of Richmond’s biggest banks, local companies report impacts from Hurricane Harvey, and a WestRock director continues to sell off millions of dollars’ worth of shares.
A director resigns from the board of a local insurer, three bank insiders scoop up some shares, a WestRock director exercises options for $4.8 billion worth of shares, and a new name joins the Trading Day mix.
New documents are filed for the pending deal between two local banks, a Markel director leaves to pursue a business venture, and several local execs pick up and unload shares.
More second quarter 10Qs on file, directors at a local bank and REIT buy some shares, and a CEO sells nearly $1 million in shares.
Second quarter 10Qs roll in in bunches, a local bank director buys a big batch of shares, and Markel execs cash in on the company’s stock surpassing the $1,000-per-share mark.
In a busy edition of Trading Day, as earnings season picks up, a couple CarMax executives sell shares and Genworth gives an update on its pending deal with a Chinese conglomerate.
A local executive cashes in $4.6 million in stock options and second quarter earnings season rolls on with numbers from Markel, Community Bankers Trust and Brink’s.
An armored car giant eyes an acquisition, a WestRock director exercises stock options, and Richmond’s biggest bank posts its second quarter earnings.