Atlantic Union Bank, formerly known as Union Bank & Trust, on Monday announced it had successfully completed the integration of Access National Bank branches and operations into its systems. New signage was unveiled over the weekend and the company’s NASDAQ ticker symbol has switched from UBSH to AUB.
The merger marks the end of the Middleburg Bank brand after 95 years of operations in Loudoun. When Middleburg Bank was acquired by Access National Bank in 2016, the retail brand was retained. In the merger between Access and Union Bank & Trust, the Middleburg brand will continue only as a wealth management division; Middleburg Financial will retain the iconic Middleburg fox logo.
“Following a detailed merger integration playbook to ensure a smooth transition, our teammates have worked diligently on the data conversion and systems integration of Access since the merger announcement last fall,” stated John C. Asbury, president and CEO of Atlantic Union Bankshares Corporation. “Not only does this successful integration result in a unified bank presence across the mid-Atlantic region, but also helps us build on our commitment to provide the conveniences, services and products that are most important to our customers.”
The new Atlantic Union Bank brand is designed to bring consistency to customers throughout the Mid-Atlantic where the bank has become a growing provider of financial services.
“We are excited to officially launch our new brand with the same commitment to service and relentless focus on our customers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region,” said Atlantic Union Bank Chief Marketing Officer Duane Smith. “Now that we have unified our brand under a distinctive name and logo, customers can easily identify with their bank from Virginia, to Maryland and North Carolina.”
Learn more at AtlanticUnionBank.com.