|April 17, 1998||Vol. X - No. 15|
Section I of the bulletin is a record, for the preceding week, of the receipt of, and actions on all applications by state chartered banks, bank holding companies, savings institutions, industrial loan associations and other entities or persons for: (1) certificates of authority to begin business, (2) acquisitions, (3) branches, (4) trust powers, (5) charter conversions, (6) name changes, (7) changes of location, (8) EFT facilities, and (9) mergers or consolidations. In addition, it lists structural changes of state chartered banks and savings institutions, such as opening and closing of offices and the effective date of mergers, acquisitions and relocations.
This bulletin constitutes the only notice of such activities that you will receive from the Bureau of Financial Institutions. If you desire a public hearing on an application, a written request for such a hearing must be received within 20 days from the date of this bulletin. The request should be addressed to:
Communications other than requests for hearings related to an application will be welcomed and will receive careful consideration. All written communications will be made a part of the application file.
Section II of the bulletin is a record, for your information, of notices received in this office during the preceding week pertaining to various applications by national banks and federal savings institutions to the federal agencies shown below:
Comptroller of the Currency
Southeastern District Office
Marquis One Tower
245 Peachtree Center Ave., N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Office of Thrift Supervision|
1475 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Post Office Box 105217
Atlanta, Georgia 30348-5217
Any comments you may wish to make regarding these applications should be addressed directly to the respective federal agency. A copy of your letter will be appreciated.
BB&T Corporation, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to acquire Franklin
Bancorporation, Inc., Washington, D.C.
the corner of Harry Byrd Highway
and Bartholomew Fair Drive,
Sterling, Loudoun County, VA
Peninsula Trust Bank
Route 33, Mattaponi, King and
Queen County, VA
|04/13/98||The First National Bank of Maryland||105 Harry F. Byrd Highway,||No objection|
|Baltimore, Maryland||Sterling, Loudoun County, VA|
On 03/20/98, Central Fidelity National Bank closed 16 branches at the following locations: (1) 7119 Hull Street, Richmond, VA; (2) 2405 Centerville Road, Herndon, VA; (3) 426 Weems Lane, Winchester, VA; (4) 806 Nottingham Avenue, Culpeper, VA; (5) Corner of Mason & Gay, Harrisonburg, VA; (6) 2749 McRea Road, Richmond, VA; (7) 1022 West Main Street, Charlottesville, VA; (8) 4230 Plank Road, Fredericksburg, VA; (9) 2864 Jefferson Davis Highway, Stafford, VA; (10) 801 East Main Street, Richmond, VA; (11) 703-J Market Street, Leesburg, VA; (12) 6020 Richmond Highway, Suite 101, Alexandria, VA; (13) 3426 W. Cary Street, Richmond, VA; (14) 1600 Westwood Avenue, Richmond, VA; (15) 7702 Parham Road, Richmond, VA and (16) 4390 S. Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, VA.
First Century Bank, National
Association, Bluefield, WV
427 Virginia Avenue
Marshall Interim National Bank and Trust Company (Interim) to merge with
Marshall National Bank and Trust Company, Marshall, VA in connection
with its acquisition by Mercantile Bankshares Corporation, Baltimore, MD