BANK OF THE WEST HISTORY
- Bank Name:Bank of the West
- Bank Class:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank
- Member FDIC:Certificate #3514
- Locations:535 Branches in 19 states
Bank of the West was founded on January 1, 1874 and has been serving the financial needs of their customers for over 145 years.
Bank of the West currently operates with 535 branches located in 19 states as a subsidiary of Bnp Paribas. Check below for important events in banks history.
IMPORTANT EVENTS IN BANKS HISTORY
Below is a list of some important events in the history of Bank of the West, including mergers and acquisitions. This data was last revised on 5th of January, 2019.
Jan 01, 1874Institution established: Original name: The First National Bank of San Jose
May 01, 1972Acquired Commercial National Bank of San Leandro (19322) in San Leandro, CA
Jul 31, 1974Acquired Hayward National Bank (19155) in Hayward, CA
Jan 02, 1979Changed name to Bank of the West
Mar 18, 1980Acquired French Bank of California (20721) in San Francisco, CA
Jul 23, 1987Acquired Bank of Los Gatos, National Association (25285) in Los Gatos, CA
May 21, 1990Acquired Central Bank (17489) in San Francisco, CA
Apr 10, 1992Acquired Atlantic Financial Federal Savings Bank (33466) in San Francisco, CA as part of a government assisted transaction.
Apr 29, 1996Acquired Northbay Savings Bank, Fsb (31483) in Petaluma, CA
Nov 01, 1998Acquired Pacific One Bank (34181) in Portland, OR
Jul 01, 1999Acquired SierraWest Bank (23323) in Truckee, CA
Feb 16, 2001Acquired First Security Bank of New Mexico, National Association (2233) in Albuquerque, NM
Apr 01, 2002Acquired United California Bank (20589) in Los Angeles, CA
Dec 03, 2004Acquired Community First National Bank (3924) in Fargo, ND
Feb 08, 2005Acquired Union Safe Deposit Bank (8473) in Stockton, CA
Dec 03, 2005Acquired Commercial Federal Bank, a Federal Savings Bank (30341) in Omaha, NE
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