Where are you located?
What do I need to open an account?
Do you offer online banking?
What ATMs can I use?
Where can I find out about terms and conditions and privacy policies?
How do I start the process of getting a business loan?
What online offerings do you have for businesses?
What businesses do Pacific Valley Bank specialize in?
What makes Pacific Valley Bank different from other local business banks?
Investor Relations FAQs:
Where is Pacific Valley Bancorp stock listed?
The Company’s common stock is listed on the OTC Bulletin Board at www.otcbb.com under the symbol PVBK.
Note: When looking up PVBK stock on Yahoo use “PVBK”
Who are Pacific Valley Bancorp Market Makers?
Pacific Valley Bancorp’s Market Makers are Wedbush Securities, Raymond James & Associates, and Western Financial Corporation. For more information, click here.
What is the price of PVBK stock?
How may I purchase shares of Pacific Valley Bancorp stock?
Shares of common stock of the Company are listed on the “Over The Counter Bulletin Board” (OTCQB) under the symbol PVBK. Stock may be purchased through your broker or through one of our market makers listed above.
How may I sell my shares of Pacific Valley Bancorp stock?
I bought my PVBK around the time the Bank first opened. Can I just cash the stock in?
Generally, a shareholder is given an equity position in a public company in exchange for providing funds to help a company to grow and operate. The shares you own represent your ownership stake in Pacific Valley Bancorp. Most public companies do not buy back stock unless under certain conditions and within a certain time window. In order to liquidate the shares of common stock you currently own, the stock will need to be sold. Your broker or one of the Company’s market makers listed above can assist you with this transaction.
How do I replace a lost stock certificate?
Please contact Continental, the Company’s transfer agent, at the Shareholder Services number, 800-509-5586 to obtain a replacement stock certificate. There is a fee to replace stock certificates by Continental, which can be significant, and can not be waived. The Company does not have the legal authority to print a certificate.