What are some banks local to Maryland?


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CFG Community Bank, EagleBank and the John Marshall Bank are some local financial institutions in Maryland. These banks offer personal and corporate services, and have branches within Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region. In addition to its primary resident and corporate services, John Marshall Bank has services for government contractors, as noted on the company's website.

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CFG Community Bank has headquarters in Baltimore, which is its corporate office. It also has satellite branches with personal and corporate banking services and ATM machines. This bank provides a variety of financial services, including savings and checking account management and retirement fund management, according to the bank's website. Its personal services include community checking accounts and golden checking accounts, which are designed for seniors. Savings and money market accounts, certified check deposits, credit card services and loans are other financial services at this location.

EagleBank is a local bank with 22 branches throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., as of 2015. It offers personal banking, checking accounts, retirement accounts, business lending, nonprofit banking, personal loans and more. People can also sign up for investment advisory services, order and reorder checks and open certificates of deposit.

Like the other banks, John Marshall Bank has personal and corporate banking services. Its business services include current rates, checking and deposits, lending, fee schedules and cash management. Its personal services include savings, checking and retirement account management. Customers can also request loans and manage credit cards. For government contractors, John Marshall Bank has lending solutions, checking and deposit accounts and cash management.

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