FIRST MARINER BANK
- Bank Name:First Mariner Bank
- Bank Class:Federal Reserve Non-Member Bank
- FDIC ID:Certificate #31286 - Inactive
- FED RSSD ID:#309570 - Inactive
HISTORY OF FIRST MARINER BANK
First Mariner Bank was established in January 1920 and headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. First Mariner Bank was classified as a commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC. First Mariner Bank is no longer doing business under that name. To view branches, routing numbers, phone numbers and business hours; you can check Howard Bank page.
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
1920-01-01 -Institution established. Original name: Garibaldi Federal Savings and Loan Association.
1989-12-31 -Changed Organization Type to Mutual Savings Bank.
1989-12-31 -Changed Institution Name to Garibaldi Federal Savings Bank.
1990-08-08 -Changed Organization Type to Stock Savings Bank.
1990-08-08 -Main Office moved to 8631 Loch Raven Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21204.
1994-12-08 -Changed Institution Name to Marylands Bank Federal Savings Bank.
1995-05-22 -Changed Trust Powers to Full.
1995-05-22 -Acquired Farmers Bank, a Federal Savings Bank (32581) in Baltimore, MD.
1995-05-22 -Main Office moved to 1801 South Clinton Street, Baltimore, MD 21224.
1995-05-22 -Changed Chartering Agency to State.
1995-05-22 -Changed Organization Type to Commercial Bank.
1995-05-22 -Changed Primary Federal Regulatory Agency to Fdic.
1995-05-22 -Changed Institution Name to First Mariner Bank.
2002-07-01 -Main Office moved to 3301 Boston Street, Baltimore, MD 21224.
2006-08-25 -Main Office moved to 1501 South Clinton Street, Baltimore, MD 21224.
2006-12-31 -Main Office moved to 1501 South Clinton Street, Baltimore, MD 21224.
2006-12-31 -Changed Institution Name to First Mariner Bank.
2014-07-17 -Changed Institution Name to First Mariner Bank.
2018-04-06 -Changed Institution Name to Howard Bank.
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