THE BANK OF MAINE
- Bank Name:The Bank of Maine
- Bank Class:Savings & Loan Association
- Member FDIC:Certificate #19686 - Inactive
- Web Address:No website available
HISTORY OF THE BANK OF MAINE
The Bank of Maine was established in June 1834 and headquartered in Portland, Maine. The Bank of Maine was classified as a savings associations, state or federal charter, supervised by the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS). The Bank of Maine is no longer doing business under that name. To view branches, routing numbers, phone numbers and business hours; you can check Camden National Bank page.
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
06/26/1834 -Institution established: Original name: Gardiner Savings Institution
12/31/1978 -Acquired Hallowell Savings and Loan Association (30970) in Hallowell, ME
03/01/1986 -Changed name to Gardiner Savings Institution, Fsb
05/18/2001 -Acquired Augusta Federal Savings Bank (28242) in Augusta, ME
01/19/2007 -Acquired First Citizens Bank (32940) in Presque Isle, ME
05/18/2007 -Acquired Calais Federal Savings and Loan Association (29756) in Calais, ME
09/19/2007 -Changed name to Savings Bank of Maine
08/11/2008 -Changed organization type to Stock Savings Bank
08/11/2008 -Changed institution class to Occ Supervised Savings Banks
09/20/2008 -Acquired Rivergreen Bank (57467) in Kennebunk, ME
05/17/2011 -Changed name to The Bank of Maine
07/21/2011 -Changed primary regulatory agency from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to Comptroller of the Currency
12/01/2016 -Acquired Acadia Trust, National Association (33597) in Portland, ME
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