Sensing an opening closer to the ocean, a locally based institution is in the early stages of an eastward expansion plan.
On the heels of a big Richmond acquisition, the locally based bank isn’t letting up on the accelerator elsewhere in the state.
The regional banking giant trimmed its local footprint as part of a broader wave of closures, and sold one site to a developer specializing in restaurant chains.
A small local bank’s search is over, as it found a permanent replacement for its top post in the mountains of North Carolina.
As the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, a new Richmond banking giant was born.
A Raleigh-based bank wasted little time in getting up and running in the Westhampton neighborhood.
Mergers and acquisitions made for some of the biggest headlines in local banking news this year, while a continuous game of branch musical chairs was played in the background.
The Richmond-based investment advisory arm of a national bank has been on the move of late, opening two new offices over the last month.
A small local financial institution born decades ago out of a box factory has been absorbed by a larger peer.
The bank that controls the largest pile of deposits in Richmond is shrinking its presence in North Chesterfield.