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1st Mariner Bank revamping branch management

1st Mariner bank. (Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

With banks of all sizes grappling with the question of how to best utilize branch locations, 1st Mariner Bank is using a series of new hires to make its 14 locations across Maryland a more integral part of the communities ...

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Md. financial institutions pledge time and money to BLocal

“We have become such an integral part of the community here in Baltimore that this was something we wanted to participate in,” said Augie Chiasera, ‎president of the Baltimore-Chesapeake region at M&T Bank, about BLocal, an initiative that brings together 25 area businesses and organizations to direct more resources toward helping Baltimore residents and small businesses.

A handful of financial institutions have signed on to be part of BLocal, an initiative that brings together 25 area businesses and organizations to direct more resources toward helping Baltimore residents and small businesses. Companies including T. Rowe Price, Legg ...

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1st Mariner opening first location in the First State

1st Mariner bank. (Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Baltimore-based 1st Mariner Bank, is opening its first office outside Maryland and the greater Baltimore region. The bank announced Wednesday that it will be opening an office for members of 1st Mariner’s commercial lending team in Newark, Delaware, citing job growth and ...

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1st Mariner says it has reasons to celebrate

Jack E. Steil, left, the chairman and chief executive officer of 1st Mariner Bank, and  Robert D. Kunisch, Jr, its president and chief operating officer, sit in the boardroom at the bank's headquarters at Canton Crossing in Canton. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

It’s a time for anniversaries at 1st Mariner Bank as it celebrates both two decades of service to central Maryland and a year under new leadership. But the bank almost didn’t make it to 20. A year ago, a group ...

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