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.
Biloxi, Miss.-based Keesler FCU opened its first branch in New Orleans, WWLTV.com reported Aug. 13.
The branch is located in the neighborhood of Mid-City, according to the report.
Baton Rouge, La.-based Business First Bank, a subsidiary of Business First Bancshares Inc., opened a banking center in June at 1530 Maplewood Dr., Suite A in Sulphur, La., according to the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions' July bulletin.
Choudrant, La.-based Origin Bank, a unit of Origin Bancorp Inc., opened a branch in July at 1059 East County Line Rd. in Jackson, Miss., according to the regulator's July bulletin.
Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Arbor Financial CU opened a branch on Aug. 12 at 7200 Kalamazoo Ave. in Caledonia, Mich., according to a news release.
North Liberty, Iowa-based GreenState CU opened a branch on Aug. 12 at 1805 JFK Rd. in Dubuque, Iowa, Telegraph Herald reported.
Morrisville, Vt.-based Union Bank, a subsidiary of Union Bankshares Inc., opened a branch on Aug. 12 at 31 Market St., Finney Crossing in Williston, Vt., Vermont Business Magazine reported.
Eugene, Ore.-based Summit Bank opened a branch at the KOIN Center in Portland, Ore., according to an Aug. 9 report by the Portland Business Journal.