A crowd of 150 local businesswomen took over The Graduate Richmond Tuesday evening for the first 5 O’Clock Belles networking event of 2020.
In between developing office and apartment properties in Richmond in recent years, Yogi Singh and his crew were quietly amassing a sizable portfolio of real estate of a different sort.
In the face of what he describes as a feeding frenzy of buyers for independent insurance agencies, Ryan Andrew’s slow but steady acquisition streak continues.
Another chunk of Arthur Ashe Boulevard has been snatched up by investors.
The bank has applied for permission from the Federal Reserve to convert an existing commercial lending office in Columbia, Maryland, to something closer to a full-on branch.
A Richmond-area bank is the latest target of a sometimes-aggressive investment firm that looks to force banks into selling themselves.
Led by a longtime East Coast banker, the buyer has big plans for the small rural bank.
The beef between a group of Virginia banks and Richmond’s largest credit union is headed for another round.
On the heels of the announcement of two banking deals that will be felt in the Richmond market, another small local credit union is set to be absorbed by a larger peer in the coming weeks.
The Richmond region’s smallest bank has found a suitor, although details about the buyer and its intentions are scant.