Florida Community Bank's History
Florida Based. Florida Focused.
Florida Community Bank has a unique story to tell when it comes to its history and formation. With roots tracing back to 1923, the legacy Florida Community Bank was the first bank established in Collier County. In January of 2010, Florida Community Bank was purchased by Bond Street Holdings Inc, a Miami-based holding company with over $740 million in capital. The acquisition allowed the new Florida Community Bank to leverage its name and presence throughout the state of Florida.
With over $9.9 billion in assets and $1.1 billion in capital, Florida Community Bank has grown to become the second largest independent Florida-based bank with 46 banking centers. With headquarters in Weston, Florida, the Bank is able to keep true to their vision of being the preeminent Florida Based, Florida Focused Bank.
In addition to the purchase of Florida Community Bank, Bond Street Holdings also acquired eight additional Florida-based banks which include Premier American Bank, Peninsula Bank, Sunshine State Community Bank, First National Bank of Central Florida, Cortez Community Bank, Coastal Bank, First Peoples Bank, and Great Florida Bank. The nine acquired banks have been joined together and now form the new Stronger Than Ever Florida Community Bank.
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