John Marshall Bank Remains Independent
Bank stays the course through a turbulent spate of recent mergers and acquisitions
In a June 1, 2018 interview with the Washington Business Journal's Andy Medici, John Marshall Bank CEO Chris Bergstrom made it clear the $1.23 billion Reston-based community bank was not for sale. "We've put a stake in the ground for our independence,"
John Marshall Bank's determination to remain independent is good news for businesses, non-profits and most organizations needing loans, cash management support and easy access to local community banks familiar with the Washington, DC market.
"The frenetic community bank M&A activity over the past six years leaves many businesses longing for a stable community bank dedicated to remaining independent and serving the needs of local consumers and businesses,"
John Marshall Bancorp, Inc. (OTCQB:JMSB)
John Marshall Bank first opened to the public in Falls Church, Virginia in May 2006. Since that time, the bank has become one of the areas most respected, fastest growing and well-capitalized banks.
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For more information or to schedule an interview with a John Marshall Bank spokesperson, please contact Bruce Gemmill of John Marshall Bank at 703-584-0870 or email@example.com