A deal is in the works to make a local financial institution the East Coast hub for one of its larger West Coast peers.
An out-of-town bank has found its man to lead its charge into the Richmond market.
A $430 million financial institution is looking to become a bigger player in the mortgage market – and using two local executives and a Chesterfield office to get started.
As it prepares to close on a major acquisition, the local bank has poached a big name from a big competitor to run its day-to-day.
Following the merger that made it an $800 million institution, Virginia Commonwealth Bank has loaded up its capital cache as it remains on the hunt for future deals.
A Strasburg-based bank has received state and federal approval to open a branch on Patterson Avenue, its first outpost in the region.
A local financial institution is making its first move into the Hampton Roads market, which recently has opened up after a steady stream of mergers.
The Richmond market’s youngest and smallest bank is on the hunt for a new chief, but not letting the leadership change slow down its plan to build a branch in a Luck Cos.-led development.
A West End property left empty by a North Carolina-based bank has been snatched up by another out-of-towner looking to make its first splash in the market.
The continued coupling of Virginia banks knows no bounds, as yet another deal will reshape the Richmond market.