Standard Federal Bank

Standard Federal Bank was a Troy, Michigan-based bank serving Michigan and Northern Indiana which began doing business as Bank of America on 5 May 2008. Standard Federal was the largest bank in Michigan based on number of retail branches (265), ATMs (more than 1,000) and deposits (US 23.3B, 15.06% market share); it ranked second in assets. Renamed LaSalle Bank Midwest in 2005, it and its parent LaSalle Bank Corporation were acquired by Bank of America from ABN AMRO on 1 October 2007. LaSalle was dissolved into Bank of America N.A. on 17 October 2008.

Read more about Standard Federal Bank:  History, Sale To Bank of America

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