As of March 31
, 2014 Americas United Bank (OTCQB: AUNB) has completed its previously announced acquisition of the Lancaster branch from Silvergate Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Silvergate Capital Corporation.
Adriana M. Boeka, President and Chief Executive Officer of Americas United Bank, stated, “We are very pleased to announce our entry into the Lancaster market with the branch located at 539 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534. We welcome the employees and depositors of the Lancaster Regional Office to the Americas United Bank family. At Americas United Bank, our vision is to provide a full-range of business and personal banking services to small-to-medium-sized businesses, professionals and entrepreneurs. We are excited to serve the greater Lancaster area, as we believe it is a natural complement to our other full service regional branches in Glendale and Downey, California.”
The new Lancaster branch is located on Lancaster Blvd just north of the Lancaster Metrolink Station as well as convenient access off Highway 14. The branch is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
About Americas United Bank:
Americas United Bank operates as a full-service commercial bank that provides business and personal banking products and services. For more information on the Bank, please visit our website at
Forward Looking Statements:
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