The founders of Dickinson Williams & Co. don’t have to look far to be reminded of where it all started.
After snatching up a competitor’s former headquarters, an area bank is open for business in its first full-service branch in Powhatan County.
Less than two years into its run in Richmond, a South Carolina-based bank is bulking up its presence downtown, in a move that will allow it to offload an Innsbrook office building.
The financial giant took two important steps this month toward opening a prominent location as part of its initial retail push into the Richmond market.
Two years after it took on more than $30 million from investors, a Richmond-based bank is back in capital-raising mode.
A Richmond-based bank is officially playing with the big boys.
The New York banking giant got the go-ahead for a location at the corner of Staples Mill and Parham roads in Henrico. It also has applied to construct a new branch at Willow Lawn.
A local bank has trimmed its branch count to the north and west of Richmond.
The embattled local businessman isn’t going down without a fight.
One of the largest lenders of Chesterfield-based Live Well Financial has begun to chip away at the balance of the nearly $70 million it’s owed by the bankrupt mortgage local company.