At least 18 People’s Bank branches in Connecticut - including one in Fairfield County - will close within the next year, the company announced following its merger with United Banks earlier this year.
Last week, United Bank logos were replaced by the People's United Bank moniker as a continuation of its $759 million buyout, which was announced in July.
The closures are expected to take effect between December and April next year.
In a statement, People’s Bank CEO Jack Barnes said that “United customers will have access to our in-store Stop & Shop branches across Connecticut, which offer full-service, extended-hour banking, seven days a week.
Combined with our personalized mobile and online banking services, we feel our presence state-wide is stronger than ever, and we look forward to building relationships with the loyal customers of United Bank.”
Among the locations to close is the People's Bank location on Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich. Other banks scheduled to close:
- Bristol: 888, Farmington Ave.;
- Enfield: Big Y, 65 Palomba Dr.;
- Glastonbury: 1009 Hebron Ave.;
- South Windsor: 161 Nevers Rd.;
- Southington: 158 N Main St.;
- Waterford: 124B Boston Post Rd.;
- West Hartford: 102 Lasalle Rd.;
- Westport:, 370 Post Rd E.;
- Manchester: 768 N Main St.;
- Rockville: 25 Park St.;
- South Windsor: 1645 Ellington Rd.;
- Enfield: 231 Hazard Ave.;
- Glastonbury: 2670 Main St.;
- Hartford: 151 Asylum St.;
- Manchester: Big Y 234 Tolland Tpke.;
- Vernon Circle: 35 Talcottville Rd.;
- Windsor Locks: 20 Main Street.
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