Gratz Bank and Linkbank finalize merger
Two intermediary banks have merged.
Last month GNB Financial Services Inc., the holding company of The Gratz Bank merged with and into Linkbancorp Inc., the holding company of Linkbank, which merged with and into The Gratz Bank. Following the September 28 mergers, Linkbancorp is the parent company of The Gratz Bank, which will also operate as Linkbank, a division of The Gratz Bank.
Between Friday evening and Monday morning at 8:30 am, customers will have limited access to their accounts due to a transition taking place this weekend. Online and telephone banking services will be temporarily unavailable.
Following the merger, the company now has 10 branches in Cumberland, Dauphin, Schuylkill, Northumberland, Lancaster and Chester counties. Linkbank had four branches while Gratz Bank has six. Andrew Samuel is the CEO of the company.
Linkbancorp was established in 2018.
Linkbank opened a full-service branch in Camp Hill in a former Orrstown Bank location on April 29, 2019 at 3045 Market St. and a full-service branch in Manheim Township, Lancaster County in 2010 Fruitville Pike on May 6 of the same year. The bank moved its headquarters to Camp Hill that year. Linkbank also opened a branch in Blue Ridge Village at 2057 EG Drive, Suite 500 on July 13 of this year.
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