13 years in business6011 University Blvd Ste 370
Ellicott City, MD 21043-6106
Additional Phone Numbers
- (410) 272-6500
- (800) 523-4175
- (410) 465-6645
- (410) 750-3285
- (301) 490-2100
- (410) 750-0020
- (443) 991-7858
- (410) 457-0103
- (410) 285-9335
- (410) 392-9042
- (410) 366-3100
- (410) 939-7700
- (410) 665-5190
- (410) 878-3355
- (410) 220-4500
- (443) 841-1636
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BBB File Opened: 04/11/2008
Business Started: 09/01/2004
Business Incorporated: 03/08/2004 in MD
Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. Blaine Shipler, Senior Vice President
- Mr. Charles Schwabe, Executive VP, Chief Risk Officer
- Mr. George Coffman, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
- Ms. Mary Ann Scully, CEO
- Customer Service: Mr. Tim Pierce, Senior Vice President
- Banking Services
- Mortgage Lenders
- Financial Services
Products & ServicesThis company offers consumer and business checking, savings, online banking, credit cards, loans, and financial/business services.
Alternate Business Names
- Howard Bancorp
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Number of Employees:313
Business AlertIn August 2017, the business announced a merger with Howard Bank. Howard Bank will acquire 1st Mariner Bank. According to the announcement, the businesses anticipate for the merger to be fully completed in late 2017.
For now, BBB will maintain two separate profiles for the businesses and will combine the reports once the merger is finalized.
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