Gross margin of Farmers National Banc Corp.
Gross margin is a type of profit margin, specifically a form of profit divided by net revenue. It is generally calculated as the selling price of an item, minus the cost of goods sold (production or acquisition costs, not including indirect fixed costs like rent, or administrative costs). The purpose of margins is to give a description of the gross profit.
Farmers National Banc Corp., through its subsidiaries, operates in the banking, trust, retirement consulting, insurance, and financial management industries. The company offers commercial and retail banking services, including checking, savings, and time deposit accounts; commercial, mortgage and installment, and home equity loans; home equity lines of credit; and night depository, safe deposit box, money order, bank check, automated teller machine, Internet banking, travel card, E bond transaction, credit card, and brokerage and other services. It also provides personal and corporate trust services in the areas of estate settlement, trust administration, and employee benefit plans; retirement services; and various insurance products through licensed representatives, as well as invests in municipal securities. As of January 25, 2017, the company operated 39 banking locations in Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, Stark, Wayne, Medina, and Cuyahoga Counties in Ohio, as well as Beaver County in Pennsylvania; and 3 trust offices. Farmers National Banc Corp. was founded in 1887 and is headquartered in Canfield, Ohio.
- Farmers National Banc Corp., 20 South Broad Street, Canfield 44406, United States