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Bricks and mortar: Branch news through Sept. 27

S&P Global MarketIntelligence rounds up notable branch openings and closings over the past week.This wrap excludes certain moves by banks with more than $5 billion in assetsand certain credit unions.

Mid-Atlantic

Coatesville, Pa.-based Coatesville Savings Bank opened a limited servicefacility within the Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community, according toa newsrelease posted on the bank's website.

The branch, located at 625 Robert Fulton HighwayQuarryville, Pa., was opened on Aug. 25, according to the PennsylvaniaDepartment of Banking and Securities' summary of activities for the week ended Sept. 20.


The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities onSept. 19 approved an application by Mid Penn Bank to open a branch at 1817 Oregon Pike inLancaster, Pa., according to the regulator's summary of activities. TheMillersburg, Pa.-based bank is a subsidiary of


Washington Financial Bank's application to open a branchat 173 Millers Run Road in Bridgeville, Pa., was also approved by thePennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities on Sept. 19, according to theregulator's summary of activities.

The Washington, Pa.-based bank is a subsidiary ofWFSB Inc., which inturn is a unit of WFSB MutualHolding Co.


Muncy, Pa.-based Muncy Bank and Trust Co. on Sept. 20 filed anapplication with the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities for a branchat 2 West Central Ave. in Avis, Pa., according to the regulator's summary ofactivities.

In 2017, the Muncy Bank Financial Inc. subsidiary plans to open afull-service community office in Linden, Pa., according to a Sept. 19 post onthe bank's Facebook page.

Midwest

CFBank relocated its headquarters from Fairlawn, Ohio,to Worthington, Ohio, where parent Central Federal Corp. is headquartered. The relocationwas effective July 1, according to a Sept. 26 .


During the week ended Sept. 17, the Federal ReserveBank of Kansas City received an application from Salina, Kan.-based for a branch at 2259South 9th St., in Salina, accordingto the Federal Reserve Board's website.The bank is a subsidiary of SixthBancshares Inc.


Southfield, Mich.-based opened abranch at 38990 Paseo Padre Parkway in Fremont, Calif., according to the OCC's website. The bank is a subsidiary ofSterling Bancorp Inc.

Northeast

The OCC on Sept. 21 received 'sapplication to close its branch at 22 Railroad Ave. in Greenwich, Conn.,according to the regulator's website. The bank is a unit of

Southeast

BrandBank on Sept. 26 announced the opening of its loan production office at3415 George Busbee Parkway in Kennesaw, Ga. BrandBank is the trade name forLawrenceville, Ga.-based BrandBanking Co., a subsidiary of Brand Group Holdings Inc.


During the week ended Sept. 17, the Federal Reserve Bank ofSt. Louis received an application from Booneville, Ark.-based for a branch at1106 S. Walton Blvd. in Bentonville, Ark., according to the Federal ReserveBoard's website.The bank is a subsidiary of FirstWestern Bancshares Inc.


The OCC on Sept. 21 received an application from NorthGarden, Va.-based Old DominionNational Bank for a branch at 8601 Westwood Center Drive, inVienna, Va., according to the regulator's website.

Southwest

The Texas Department of Banking approved 'sapplication for a branch at 501 Landa St., in New Braunfels, Texas, Bankers Digest reported Sept. 26. TheFredericksburg, Texas-based bank is a subsidiary of


The Texas Department of Banking received/approvedBank of the West's applicationfor a branch at 4971 Long Prairie Road in Flower Mound, Texas, Bankers Digest reported. The Grapevine,Texas-based bank is a unit of Greater Southwest Bancshares Inc.

West

CaliforniaInternational Bank NA moved its corporate headquarters to 8632 E.Valley Blvd. in Rosemead, Calif., the SanGabriel Valley Tribune reportedSept. 23. The bank also opened a branch in Rosemead.

Canada

St. Catharines, Canada-based opened abranch in Toronto's Bloor West Village neighborhood, at 2238 Bloor St. West,according to a Sept. 26 newsrelease.