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United Bank & Trust · S State St. Ann Arbor, MI Directions · () Call Now · More Info. Hours. Proudly serving the community banking needs of Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee, and Calhoun counties since with personal and business banking solutions. Trust and investment management services are provided by SunTrust Bank and Branch Banking and Trust Company, both now Truist Bank, and Truist Delaware Trust.

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United Bank & Trust hired a new Washtenaw community president Jan. 14 to take over the bank&#;s operations in both Washtenaw and Livingston counties.

Todd Clark, who had been serving in the position as well as being chief banking officer, said the change in hierarchy was necessary.

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United Bank & Trust unveiled their new logo at all of their locations in the fall. Raymond Webb will be responsible for the five branches in Washtenaw County and one in Livingston.

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&#;For the last two years I&#;ve been playing dual roles,&#; he said.

&#;The Washtenaw community president role has been extremely active, especially with us going into Livingston last year and opening up in Brighton. There&#;s a ton of growth potential there.&#;

The new community president, Raymond Webb, comes to Ann Arbor from Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati where he was a senior vice president of retail banking. He said he is looking forward to his new role that will put him back into close contact with customers.

&#;As I was looking for my next career opportunity, I wanted to get into community banking,&#; he said.

&#;I think there is such a higher level of entrepreneurship and you have the ability to get things done and serve the market so much better in a local bank&#; I spent most of my career in front of the customer, and for the past three years I was unable to do that. I&#;m really excited to get back into that direct connection role.&#;

Webb and Clark both said they see potential for future growth in both Washtenaw and Livingston counties. The bank&#;s Brighton branch, opened in , is their newest, and Clark said they expect more to come.

&#;There are a lot of opportunities in the market across our lines of business,&#; he said

&#;Small business leases, commercial leases, residential, helping individuals with their basic banking needs, and also our wealth management services. Ray [Webb] is going to be the catalyst to drive all of those lines forward.&#;

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Webb said his first focus will be to learn the community and see what UB&T can to do serve local needs, which does not necessarily mean building more branches right away.

&#;Our industry is changing so much right now, and electronic and mobile delivery is so much more important than it was a few years ago,&#; he said. &#;That&#;s a place we&#;ll continue to focus. The combination of brick-and-mortar and online will lead us to success in the future.&#;

United Bank & Trust has completed a long climb back after being hit hard by the economic downturn in and that rocked the banking world. The company took TARP funds from the federal government and was able to buy back the warrant in July of

The bank reported its third quarter of was its fourth straight quarter of profitability and sixth since the end of It also re-branded in September with a new slogan and logo.

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BankOld National Bank
BranchUnited Bank & Trust Branch
Address South State Street, Ste ,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Contact Number()
CountyWashtenaw
Service TypeFull Service, brick and mortar office
Date of Establishment01/01/
Branch Deposits$,,

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Bank Holding CompanyOLD NATIONAL BANCORP
HeadQuarters Address1 Main Street,
Evansville, IN
United States
Bank Type3 - NATIONAL MEMBER BANK
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Total Bank Assets$20,,,
Domestic Deposits$14,,,
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United Bank & Trust

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Status:Inactive as of
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Successor Bank:Old National Bank
Headquarters:United Bank & Trust
South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI
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Charter Class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC
# of Branches:19
Total Assets:$,,
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Institution established: Original name:United Savings Bank of Tecumseh
Reorganized.
Acquired Thompson Savings Bank () in HUDSON, MI
Changed name to United Bank & Trust
Acquired United Bank & Trust -Washtenaw () in ANN ARBOR, MI
Moved bank headquarters from TECUMSEH, MI to ANN ARBOR, MI
Acquired Old National Trust Company () in MUNCIE, IN
Acquired United Bank & Trust in ANN ARBOR, MI
Merged into and subsequently operated as part of Old National Bank () in EVANSVILLE, IN
Acquired Lafayette Savings Bank, FSB () in LAFAYETTE, IN
Acquired Founders Bank & Trust () in GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Acquired AnchorBank, fsb () in MADISON, WI
Acquired Anchor Bank, National Association () in SAINT PAUL, MN
Acquired KleinBank () in CHASKA, MN

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United Bank & Trust at South State Street, Ann Arbor MI

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National Bank of Detroit

Defunct American commercial bank

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Former NBD headquarters (–)

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NBD Bank
TypePublic

Traded as

NYSE:&#;NBD ()
IndustryBanking
PredecessorNational Bank of Detroit
FoundedMarch&#;24, ; 88 years ago&#;() as National Bank of Detroit
DefunctDecember&#;1, ; 25 years ago&#;() as NBD Bancorp
FateMerger with First Chicago Corp. in to form First Chicago NBD
SuccessorFirst Chicago NBD
HeadquartersDetroit, Michigan, United States

Key people

  • Charles T. Fisher Jr.
  • Charles T. Fisher III
  • Verne G. Istock
ProductsFinancial services

The National Bank of Detroit (NBD), later renamed NBD Bank, was a bank that operated mostly in the MidwesternUnited States. Following its merger with First National Bank of Chicago, the bank was ultimately acquired and merged into Bank One, at which point the NBD name was discontinued. Today, what was once NBD is owned by JPMorgan Chase & Co.

History[edit]

NBD was founded in in Detroit in the midst of widespread bank failures during the Great Depression. Spurred by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) to help stabilize the nation's banking system, NBD's shares were initially equally owned by General Motors (GM) and by the U.S. government under the RFC. The bank opened for business on March 24, [1][2][3] Charles T. Fisher Jr., of the automobile body manufacturing family became a Director and the President in , serving until his death in By , GM had divested its ownership of bank stock,[4][5] and by RFC had ended its involvement in the bank as well.

In September , Charles T. Fisher III stepped down as chairman, president and chief executive officer of NBD Bancorp and was replaced by Thomas H. Jeffs II as president and Verne G. Istock as chairman and chief executive officer.[6]

In , NBD merged with the First National Bank of Chicago; the combined bank was called First Chicago NBD. First Chicago NBD later merged with Bank One, which eliminated the NBD name. Bank One was itself purchased by JPMorgan Chase & Co. As of March , most former NBD branches carry the Chase name.

NBD had branches in Toronto and Windsor, Ontario, and overseas in London's Finsbury Circus, in Tokyo, and in Frankfurt.

From until , NBD was headquartered in the National Bank of Detroit Building (now The Qube).

NBD Bancorp[edit]

Up until the s, retail banks located within the state of Michigan were restricted to building branches within their home counties, but could have a branch office outside their home county only if that branch was located within a mile radius of their main offices.[7] Starting in , the state legislature began to allow the formation of multibank holding companies.[8] To take advantage of this new law, the National Bank of Detroit formed the National Detroit Corporation on January 1, as its holding company.[9] The holding company began to offer stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticket symbol NBD. National Detroit Corp. was later renamed NBD Bancorp in [10]

Michigan[edit]

In November , National Detroit Corporation made its first acquisitions outside the Detroit area by the acquisition of the Grand Valley National Bank in Grandville for $ million.[11][12] The acquisition was first announced in February [13]

In December , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Lansing-based Bank of Commerce.[14] The acquisition was finalized in September for $3 million in cash.[15]

In October , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Saginaw-based First State Bank of Saginaw for $ million.[16] The acquisition was finalized in November for $ million.[17]

In July , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Alpena-based Peoples Bank and Trust of Alpena for about $11 million in cash and notes.[18]

In February , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Benton Harbor-based Farmers and Merchants National Bank.[19] The acquisition was finalized in January [20]

In August , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Cadillac-based West Michigan Financial Corp. for about $ million.[21][22] The acquisition was finalized in July [23]

In September , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Ann Arbor-based National Ann Arbor Corp. for about $29 million in cash and notes.[24] Shortly after National Detroit changed its name to NBD Bancorp, the acquisition was finalized in May [10]

In October , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Roscommon-based Roscommon State Bank for about $ million in cash and notes.[25]

In November , National Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Sandusky-based Wolverine State Bank for about $ million.[26][27] The acquisition was finalized in November [28]

In April , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Pontiac-based Pontiac State Bank for $ million.[29] The acquisition was finalized in August [30]

In March , NBD Bancorp acquired the deposits from the failed National Bank & Trust Co. of Traverse City from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.[31]

In August , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Flint-based United Michigan Corp. for $ million.[32] The acquisition was finalized in March for more than $78 million.[33]

In August , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Port Huron-based Peoples Bank of Port Huron for $22 million.[34]

In December , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Grand Rapids-based Union Bancorp for $ million.[35][36] The acquisition was finalized in June [37]

In September , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Wyandotte-based OmniBank, the holding company for Wyandotte Savings Bank, for $51 million.[38][39] The acquisition was finalized in January [40]

In April , NBD Bancorp acquired the assets and the 8 offices of the failed Taylor-based New Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association from the Resolution Trust Corporation.[41]

Indiana[edit]

NBD Bancorp made its first out-of-state move in May by announcing the pending acquisition of Midwest Commerce Corp. of Elkhart; however, NBD could not complete the transaction until the state of Michigan enacted a law that would permit such actions.[42] The acquisition was finalized in May at a cost of $61 million in stock.[43]

In June , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Merrillville-based Gainer Bank for $ million in stock.[44] The acquisition was completed in the following January.[45]

In December , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of Fort Wayne-based Summcorp, the holding company for Summit Bank[46] and four other banks.[45] The $ million in stock transaction was completed in July [47]

In March , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Indianapolis-based INB Financial Corporation, the largest Indiana-based bank holding company with its six subsidiary banks, including its flagship bank, Indiana National Bank, the largest Indiana owned bank at the time of the announcement.[45][48][49] NBD paid $ million in stock[50] and the acquisition was completed in October [51]

Illinois[edit]

NBD Bancorp entered the state of Illinois for the first time by announcing the pending acquisition of Bannockburn-based USAmeribancs with its six suburban Chicago-area banks for $ million in stock in October [52] The acquisition was completed a year later and USAmeribancs was renamed NBD Illinois Inc. and each of the banks were renamed NBD followed by the name of the geographical area in which each of the banks were located.[53]

In June , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the State National Corp. of Evanston for $ million in cash and stock.[54]

In March , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Charter Bank Group Inc. of Northfield for $65 million in stock[55] and completed in September.[56]

In March , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Mount Prospect-based FNW Bancorp. with its 17 banks for $ million in stock.[57]

In March , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Joliet-based Amerifed Financial Corporation, the holding company for the AmeriFed Federal Savings Bank, with its 10 offices for $ million in stock.[58][59] When the acquisition was completed, NBD had 51 offices in Illinois and offices in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Florida.[59]

In January , NBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Deerfield-based Deerbank Corporation, the holding company for the Deerfield Federal Savings and Loan Association, with its 15 offices for $ million in stock.[60][61] The acquisition was completed in July.[62] After the completion of the acquisition, NBD became the sixth largest bank in Illinois and also the largest bank in many counties in the suburban Chicago-area, but not in Chicago itself.[63]

Florida[edit]

NBD Bancorp had a presence in state of Florida since when it established the NBD Trust Company of Florida, N.A. in West Palm Beach.[64] The trust company later moved to North Palm Beach.

In June , NBD Bancorp acquired the assets and offices of the failed Venice-based First Venice Savings & Loan Association from the Resolution Trust Corporation[65] and formed a federal savings bank called NBD Bank, FSB.[66]

In October , NBD Bancorp acquired the Boca Raton-based First Fidelity Trust and merged the company into the North Palm Beach-based NBD Trust Company of Florida, N.A.[66]

Ohio[edit]

In December , NBD Bancorp entered Ohio by acquiring the assets and the 21 offices of the failed Columbus-based Mid-America Federal Savings and Loan from the Resolution Trust Corporation for $48 million and converted them into full service banks. The insolvent S&L had 13 offices in Columbus and eight in Dayton.[67][68] The new Ohio bank that was created to handle this acquisition was called NBD Ohio, Inc.[69]

After increasing the number of offices in Columbus from 13 to 17 while the number of offices in Dayton had remained at 8, NBD decided to leave the state of Ohio by selling all of the assets and offices of NBD Ohio to Fifth Third Bank in October for an undisclosed amount.[70][71] The divestiture was finalized in February for $52 million.[72]

Merger with First Chicago[edit]

On July 12, , First Chicago Corporation and NBD Bancorp Inc. announced that the two companies were planning to merge by swapping stock that was worth $ billion. As part of the deal, First Chicago shareholders would own percent of the combined company, while NBD shareholders would own percent. Richard L. Thomas, chairman and chief executive of First Chicago, would be chairman of the combined company until May 20, , when he plans to resign. Verne G. Istock, chairman of NBD, would be president and chief executive of the combined company until Thomas steps down and replace Thomas as chairman of the combined company.[73]

The merger was finalized on December 1, with the formation of the First Chicago NBD Corporation.[74] On that date, stock for the new company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "FCN".[75]

Most customers did not see much of a change as a result of the merger except in suburban Chicago where there was branch overlap. This problem was resolved by the closing of 15 former NBD and 9 former First Chicago offices and the rebranding of the remaining NBD offices to the First Chicago brand.[74][76] Outside of Illinois, NBD branches were left unaffected.

In February , First Chicago NBD sold all of their NBD offices in Ohio to Fifth Third Bancorp.[72]

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Status:Inactive as of
 Merger - Without Assistance
Successor Bank:Old National Bank
Headquarters:United Bank & Trust
South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI
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Charter Class:Commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC
# of Branches:19
Total Assets:$,
Total Deposits:$,

History

Institution established: Original name:United Savings Bank of Tecumseh
Reorganized.
Acquired Thompson Savings Bank () in HUDSON, MI
Changed name to United Bank & Trust
Acquired United Bank & Trust -Washtenaw () in ANN ARBOR, MI
Moved bank headquarters from TECUMSEH, MI united bank and trust ann arbor mi ANN ARBOR, MI
Acquired Old National Trust Company () in MUNCIE, IN
Acquired United Bank & Trust in ANN ARBOR, MI
Merged into and subsequently operated as part of Old National Bank () in EVANSVILLE, IN
Acquired Lafayette Savings Bank, FSB () in LAFAYETTE, IN
Acquired Founders Bank & Trust () in GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Acquired AnchorBank, fsb () in MADISON, WI
Acquired Anchor Bank, National Association () in SAINT PAUL, MN
Acquired KleinBank () in CHASKA, MN

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Defunct American commercial bank

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Former NBD headquarters (–)

Trade name

NBD Bank
TypePublic

Traded as

NYSE:&#;NBD ()
IndustryBanking
PredecessorNational Bank of Detroit
FoundedMarch&#;24, ; 88 years ago&#;() as National Bank of Detroit
DefunctDecember&#;1, ; 25 years ago&#;() united bank and trust ann arbor mi NBD Bancorp
FateMerger with First Chicago Corp. in to form First Chicago NBD
SuccessorFirst Chicago NBD
HeadquartersDetroit, Michigan, United States

Key people

  • Charles T. Fisher Jr.
  • Charles T. Fisher III
  • Verne G. Istock
ProductsFinancial services

The National Bank of Detroit (NBD), later renamed NBD Bank, was a bank that operated mostly in the MidwesternUnited States. Following its merger with First National Bank of Chicago, the bank was ultimately acquired and merged into Bank One, at which point the NBD name was discontinued. Today, what was once NBD is owned by JPMorgan Chase & Co.

History[edit]

NBD was founded in in Detroit in the midst of widespread bank failures during the Great Depression. Spurred by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) to help stabilize the nation's banking system, NBD's shares were initially equally owned by General Motors (GM) and by the U.S. government under the RFC. The bank opened for business on March 24, [1][2][3] Charles T. Fisher Jr., of the automobile body manufacturing family became a Director and the President inserving until his death in ByGM had divested its ownership of bank stock,[4][5] and by RFC had ended its involvement in the bank as well.

In SeptemberCharles T. Fisher III stepped down as chairman, president and chief executive officer of NBD Bancorp and was replaced by Thomas H. Jeffs II as president and Verne G. Istock as chairman and chief executive officer.[6]

InNBD merged with the First National Bank of Chicago; the combined bank was called First Chicago NBD. First Chicago NBD later merged with Bank One, which eliminated the NBD name. Bank One was itself purchased by JPMorgan Chase & Co. As of Marchmost former NBD branches carry the Chase name.

NBD had branches in Toronto and Windsor, Ontario, and overseas in London's Finsbury Circus, in Tokyo, and in Frankfurt.

From untilNBD was headquartered in the National Bank of Detroit Building (now The Qube).

NBD Bancorp[edit]

Up until the s, retail banks located within the state of Michigan were restricted to building branches within their home counties, but could have a branch office outside their home county only if that branch was located within a mile radius of their main offices.[7] Starting inthe state legislature began to allow the formation of multibank holding companies.[8] To take advantage of this new law, the National Bank of Detroit formed the National Detroit Corporation on January 1, as its holding company.[9] The holding company began to offer stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticket symbol NBD. National Detroit Corp. was later renamed NBD Bancorp in [10]

Michigan[edit]

In NovemberNational Detroit Corporation made its first acquisitions outside the Detroit area by the acquisition of the Grand Valley National Bank in Grandville for $ million.[11][12] The acquisition was first announced in February [13]

In DecemberNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Lansing-based Bank of Commerce.[14] The acquisition was finalized in September for $3 million in cash.[15]

In OctoberNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Saginaw-based First State Bank of Saginaw for $ million.[16] The acquisition was finalized in November for $ million.[17]

In JulyNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Alpena-based Peoples Bank and Trust of Alpena for about $11 million in cash and notes.[18]

In FebruaryNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Benton Harbor-based Farmers and Merchants National United bank and trust ann arbor mi The acquisition was finalized in January [20]

In AugustNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Cadillac-based West Michigan Financial Corp. for about $ million.[21][22] The acquisition was finalized in July [23]

In SeptemberNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Ann Arbor-based National Ann Arbor Corp. for about $29 million in cash and notes.[24] Shortly after National Detroit changed its name to NBD Bancorp, the acquisition was finalized in May [10]

In OctoberNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Roscommon-based Roscommon State Bank for about $ million in cash and notes.[25]

In NovemberNational Detroit Corporation announced the pending acquisition of the Sandusky-based Wolverine State Bank for about $ million.[26][27] The acquisition was finalized in November [28]

In AprilNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Pontiac-based Pontiac State Bank for $ million.[29] The acquisition was finalized in August [30]

In MarchNBD Bancorp acquired the deposits from the failed National Bank & Trust Co. of Traverse City from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.[31]

In AugustNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Flint-based United Michigan Corp. for $ million.[32] The acquisition was finalized in March for more than $78 million.[33]

In AugustNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Port Huron-based Peoples Bank of Port Huron for $22 million.[34]

In DecemberNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Grand Rapids-based Union Bancorp for $ million.[35][36] The acquisition was finalized in June [37]

In SeptemberNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Wyandotte-based OmniBank, the holding company for Wyandotte Savings Bank, for $51 million.[38][39] The acquisition was finalized in January [40]

In AprilNBD Bancorp acquired the assets and the 8 offices of the united bank and trust ann arbor mi Taylor-based New Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan Association from the Resolution Trust Corporation.[41]

Indiana[edit]

NBD Bancorp made its first out-of-state move in May by announcing the pending acquisition of Midwest Commerce Corp. of Elkhart; however, NBD could not complete the transaction until the state of Michigan enacted a law that would permit such actions.[42] The acquisition was finalized in May at a cost of $61 million in stock.[43]

In JuneNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Merrillville-based Gainer Bank for $ million in stock.[44] The acquisition was completed in the following January.[45]

In DecemberNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of Fort Wayne-based Summcorp, the holding company for Summit Bank[46] and four other banks.[45] The $ million in stock transaction was completed in July [47]

In MarchNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Indianapolis-based INB Financial Corporation, the largest Indiana-based bank holding company with its six subsidiary banks, including its flagship bank, Indiana National Bank, the largest Indiana owned bank at the time of the announcement.[45][48][49] NBD paid $ million in stock[50] and the acquisition was completed in October [51]

Illinois[edit]

NBD Bancorp entered the state of Illinois for the first time by announcing the pending acquisition of Bannockburn-based USAmeribancs with its six suburban Chicago-area banks for $ million in stock in October [52] The acquisition was completed a year later and USAmeribancs was renamed NBD Illinois Inc. and each of the banks were renamed NBD followed by the name of the geographical area in which each of the banks were located.[53]

In JuneNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the State National Corp. of Evanston for $ million in cash and stock.[54]

In MarchNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Charter Bank Group Inc. of Northfield for $65 million in stock[55] and completed in September.[56]

In MarchNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Mount Prospect-based FNW Bancorp. with its 17 banks for $ million in stock.[57]

In MarchNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Joliet-based Amerifed Financial Corporation, the holding company for the AmeriFed Federal Savings Bank, with its 10 offices for $ million in stock.[58][59] When the acquisition was completed, NBD had 51 offices in Illinois and offices in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Florida.[59]

In JanuaryNBD Bancorp announced the pending acquisition of the Deerfield-based Deerbank Corporation, the holding company for the Deerfield Federal Savings and Loan Association, with its 15 offices for $ million in stock.[60][61] The acquisition was completed in July.[62] After the completion of the acquisition, NBD became the sixth largest bank in Illinois and also the largest bank in many counties in the suburban Chicago-area, but not in Chicago itself.[63]

Florida[edit]

NBD Bancorp had a presence in state of Florida since when it established the NBD Trust Company of Florida, N.A. in West Palm Beach.[64] The trust company later moved to North Palm Beach.

In JuneNBD Bancorp acquired the assets and offices of the failed Venice-based First Venice Savings & Loan Association from the Resolution Trust Corporation[65] and formed a federal savings bank called NBD Bank, FSB.[66]

In OctoberNBD Bancorp acquired the Boca Raton-based First Fidelity Trust and merged the company into the North Palm Beach-based NBD Trust Company of Florida, N.A.[66]

Ohio[edit]

In DecemberNBD Bancorp entered Ohio by acquiring the assets and the 21 offices of the failed Columbus-based Mid-America Federal Savings and Loan from the Resolution Trust Corporation for $48 million and converted them into full service banks. The insolvent S&L had 13 offices in Columbus and eight in Dayton.[67][68] The new Ohio bank that was created to handle this acquisition was called NBD Ohio, Inc.[69]

After increasing the number of offices in Columbus from 13 to 17 while the number of offices in Dayton had remained at 8, NBD decided to leave the state of Ohio by selling all of the assets and offices of NBD Ohio to Fifth Third Bank in October for an undisclosed amount.[70][71] The divestiture was finalized in February for $52 million.[72]

Merger with First Chicago[edit]

On July 12,First Chicago Corporation and NBD Bancorp Inc. announced that the two companies were planning to merge by swapping stock that was worth $ billion. As part of the deal, First Chicago shareholders would own percent of the combined company, while NBD shareholders would own percent. Richard L. Thomas, chairman and chief executive of First Chicago, would be chairman of the combined company until May 20,when he plans to resign. Verne G. Istock, chairman of NBD, would be president and chief executive of the combined company until Thomas steps down and replace Thomas as chairman of the combined company.[73]

The merger was finalized on December 1, with the formation of the First Chicago NBD Corporation.[74] On that date, stock for the new company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "FCN".[75]

Most customers did not see much of a change as a result of the merger except in suburban Chicago where there was branch overlap. This problem was resolved by the closing of 15 former NBD and 9 former First Chicago offices and the rebranding of the remaining NBD offices to the First Chicago brand.[74][76] Outside of Illinois, NBD branches were left unaffected.

In FebruaryFirst Chicago NBD sold all of their NBD offices in Ohio to Fifth Third Bancorp.[72]

See also[edit]

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