The bank that controls the largest pile of deposits in Richmond is shrinking its presence in North Chesterfield.
Michael Schwartz is the editor of Richmond BizSense, and covers banking, lawsuits, finance, M&A and golf. He can be reached at [email protected].
Making good on an assertion that it’s hungry for acquisitions, the downtown financial firm has snatched up a wealth management company.
For the second time this year, there’s a change at the top at one of Richmond’s largest law firms.
Two out-of-town bank deals valued at a combined $2.7 billion were sealed last week and soon will trickle into the Richmond market.
The local bank has cleared a legal speed bump as it heads for the finish line in a $2.7 billion deal.
A short-lived café and coffee shop soon will be replaced by a rare sight in the neighborhood: a bank branch.
For a pair of new outposts, a Henrico-based bank is hitching its wagon once again to grocery chain Wegmans and going back for seconds in Lynchburg.
Deals rolling in from Matrix Capital Markets, Marriott & Co., Boxwood Partners, BB&T, Harris Williams and more.
A downtown-based investment firm continues to be bullish on the industry, with its second Appalachian acquisition in a year.
One of the longest-running corporate bankruptcies in recent Richmond memory has racked up more than $182 million in professional fees – and the meter is still running.