December 23, 2010 5:33
All Bank of Ann Arbor offices will close at 5:00pm on Friday, December 31, 2010. Offices will be closed on Saturday, January 1, 2011. All will reopen on Monday, January 3 at their usual hours.
Happy New Year!
November 4, 2010 9:56
At a recent Lunch Ann Arbor Marketing event featuring ESPN’s Mike Tirico, Bank of Ann Arbor provided a matching contribution to ticket sales and donations to bring the total raised for Peace Neighborhood Center to $2,800. Read the whole story here.
October 14, 2010 3:59
Bank of Ann Arbor connects Ann Arbor to Detroit through a 10-year loan to Detroit-based TechTown, according to the October 13, 2010 article in Concentrate.
The Technology Industry Group at Bank of Ann Arbor specializes in banking for technology and life-science based companies. Contact Technology Banking Group President Michael Cole at 734-327-4432 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. How can we help you?
October 5, 2010 4:03
In today's Detroit Free Press: Bank of Ann Arbor lends Detroit's TechTown money to expand their business incubator, TechTwo's, operations and offer low-cost office rental space and more to entrepreneurs.
We're proud to help techies build businesses. How can we help you?
October 4, 2010 12:11
WWJ NewsRadio covers the announcement made by Michael Cole, Technology Industry Group President at Bank of Ann Arbor, to provide working capital to Detroit's TechTown. TechTown's mission is to expand the Detroit region's innovation economy. Read about the financing deal which was announced at TechTown's First Friday meeting on October 1, 2010.
October 4, 2010 8:26
Michael Cole, Group President of Bank of Ann Arbor’s Technology Banking Group announced a financing arrangement to provide working capital to support TechTown’s mission of expanding the region’s innovation economy. The announcement was made at TechTown’s First Friday event on October 1, 2010.
“Detroit’s TechTown is one of the nation’s leading business incubators and an important catalyst for Detroit’s new economy,” said Cole. “Bank of Ann Arbor is dedicated to supporting regional economic development collaboration and high growth, innovation based businesses. This partnership makes perfect sense for Southeastern Michigan.”
"For the last several years, many large banks have been scaling back their commitment to Detroit,” said TechTown Executive Director Randal Charlton. “By taking the opposite approach, the Bank of Ann Arbor will be positioned to get a first-hand view of the wide range of new technology that is being developed at our various research institutions in our city as well as by entrepreneurs at TechTown. The bold leadership that the bank has displayed in supporting entrepreneurs will enable them to provide financial services to the best of our emerging high technology companies, and to grow and prosper along with Detroit over the next decade.”
About Bank of Ann Arbor
Bank of Ann Arbor is a locally owned and operated full service bank with total assets and assets under management of more than $1.2 billion. Bank of Ann Arbor’s Technology Industry Group is one of only a handful of banking groups across the country focused on providing loans and cash management services to small and mid-sized innovation based businesses. Its products and services are helping new economy businesses grow and create jobs for Michigan’s future. For additional information, please visit www.boaa.com.
TechTown is an urban community of entrepreneurs, investors, mentors and partners creating an internationally influential village in Detroit. TechTown brings the resources of Wayne State University to high-technology startup companies to diversify and strengthen Michigan's economy in high-growth emerging industries. For more information, visit www.techtownwsu.org.
September 27, 2010 1:16
Crain's Detroit has realeased their annual List of the Largest and Thrifts ranked by 2009 assets. Bank of Ann Arbor made the list at #12 in the 5-county southeastern Michigan market area.
September 27, 2010 10:10
You spoke, we listened. After we launched the fresh new look to our web site earlier this year, you asked if we could make the text larger so it could be read more easily, especially on monitors set to a high resolution. Our team worked on the issue and developed a solution that provides a choice. In the top right corner of each page are three sizes of the letter A. As you click on an A, the size of the type of the whole web site changes. Pick the size that is best for you to read and you're set. The site will remember your selection (a cookie is placed on your computer indicating your choice) and serve up the pages with your larger (or smaller) type size.
One note: online banking and bill pay pages are not affected by the type size options and do not change.
Another way Bank of Ann Arbor helps you get the information you need.
September 20, 2010 1:26
Bank of Ann Arbor is the major season sponsor for the Plymouth Canton Symphony Orchestra. The Orchestra will celebrate its 65th anniversary this year, reports the Plymouth Observer.