Hudson Valley Bank closes the sale of A.R. Schmeidler & Co. and announces a dividend.
The $539 million stock-for-stock deal will greatly expand the Rockland County-based bank's presence in Westchester.
Hudson Valley Holding Corp., the Yonkers-based parent company of Hudson Valley Bank, announces an increase in earnings per share, deposits and assets.
Hudson Valley Holding Corp., the parent company of Hudson Valley Bank, will have two officers speak at the 2014 KBW Community Bank Investor Conference.
John Golding was recently named retail-banking director for a newly created Tri-State region for First Niagara Financial Group, based in Nyack, and more.
Hudson Valley Holding Corp. reported third quarter earnings declined to $3.1 million, or $0.16 a share, compared to earnings of $8.5 million, or $0.25 a share a year ago, with the Yonkers bank’s president expressing disappointment over the company’s bottom line.
William E. Griffin, a founder of Hudson Valley Bank and the longest serving chairman of the board died Sept. 1 at age 79 after a long illness.
On Sept. 9 the city of White Plains will host its first-ever International Food and Jazz Festival in partnership with the White Plains Business Improvement District.
A number of bankers, consultants and other financial services representatives working in Westchester County said the flood of new rules has been overwhelming.
For many, 40 is the age of reckoning, when the mid-life crises begin to take hold.
At Hudson Valley Bank, which in May celebrated its...
William E. Griffin announced his retirement after serving as chairman of Hudson Valley Bank and Hudson Valley Holding Corp. for the past 22 years.
Hudson Valley Bank opened a new branch in Suffern in January, and ranks among the tri-state region’s largest community banks with $2.8 billion in assets.