Home News The Pioneering Bank Holding Company to Attend Both the 2022 Hovde Group Financial Services Conference and the 2022 East Coast Financial Services Conference

The Pioneering Bank Holding Company to Attend Both the 2022 Hovde Group Financial Services Conference and the 2022 East Coast Financial Services Conference

The Pioneering Bank Holding Company to Attend Both the 2022 Hovde Group Financial Services Conference and the 2022 East Coast Financial Services Conference

The First Bancshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: FBMS), holding company for The First Bank, will participate in the 2022 Hovde Group Financial Services Conference, which is being held November 2, 2022, through November 3, 2022, at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry, Aventura in Miami, Florida and will have one-on-one meetings with certain bank stock analysts and investors. The First Bancshares, Inc. will also participate in the East Coast Financial Services Conference hosted by Piper Sandler which is being held November 8, 2022, through November 9, 2022, at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida, and will have one-on-one meetings with certain bank stock analysts and investors.

The presentation prepared for use during these meetings will be available at the company’s website under Investor Relations>Presentations and Press Releases>Presentations.

The First Bancshares, Inc., headquartered in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, is the parent company of The First Bank. Founded in 1996, the First has operations in Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. The Company’s stock is traded on NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol FBMS.

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