S&P Global Market Intelligence rounds up recent U.S. bank branch openings and closings. This wrap excludes certain moves by banks with more than $5 billion in assets and certain credit unions.
Marysville, Pa.-based Riverview Bank, a subsidiary of Riverview Financial Corp., closed a branch at 3305 6th Ave. in Altoona, Pa., and another at 1026 Main St. in Berlin, Pa., according to the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities' summary of activities.
Philadelphia-based Hyperion Bank opened a branch at 3525 Piedmont Road in Atlanta, according to the summary of activities.
Darby, Pa.-based Sharon Bank, a unit of Sharon MHC, opened a branch at 900 W. Sproul Road Ste 102 in Springfield, Pa., according to the summary of activities.
Bedford, Pa.-based Hometown Bank of Pennsylvania opened a branch at 149 Main St. in Woodbury, Pa., according to the summary of activities.
Fort Worth, Texas-based Pinnacle Bank opened a branch at 220 E. US Highway 287 Ste. 100 in Midlothian, Texas, according to the Texas Department of Banking's website.
Monroe, La.-based Progressive Bank, a unit of Progressive Bancorp Inc., opened a branch at 4523 Youree Drive in Shreveport, La., in September, according to the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions' September bulletin that was released recently.
Opportunity Bank of Montana, a subsidiary of Eagle Bancorp Montana Inc., opened a branch at 1005 North 27th St. in Billings, Mont., KBUL News Talk reported.