Items Tagged with 'Chemical Bank'


Senior living community begins $2M project

May 12, 2016
A senior living community in the region has broken ground on a $2-million expansion and renovation project. Read More

Bank makes $1.1B acquisition

January 26, 2016
A Michigan-based bank with a large presence in West Michigan is acquiring another bank in the state for roughly $1.1 billion. Read More

Chemical Financial reorganizes executive structure

The bank’s growth over the past two years is one of the drivers.

April 24, 2015
Chemical Bank, through its Midland parent company, Chemical Financial Corp., has unveiled a leadership reorganization that reflects in part the bank’s significant expansion over the last two years. Read More

Bank makes $184M acquisition

January 6, 2015
One of the largest and fastest-growing bank corporations based in Michigan is acquiring one of West Michigan’s youngest bank corporations. Read More

Bank makes $26M acquisition

November 5, 2014
A statewide bank with a strong presence in the region is acquiring a community bank in an all-stock transaction valued at roughly $26 million. Read More

Grand Rapids Drive partner with bank

September 24, 2014
The Grand Rapids Drive have a “founding partner.” Read More

Bank issues $70M public offering

June 20, 2014
A bank with a large regional presence has commenced a $70-million public offering of its common stock. Read More

Banks sign $120M acquisition

March 11, 2014
A bank with a large regional presence will become the second largest Michigan-based bank after it closes a $120-million acquisition. Read More

Change Ups: Lakeshore 504 announces banking awards

December 20, 2013
Lakeshore 504, celebrating its 30th year of helping small businesses grow, recognized Craig Oosterhouse of Chase Bank, recipient of the Central Region Banker of the Year Award. Read More

Chemical Financial issues $50M public offering

September 13, 2013
Chemical Financial Corporation has commenced an underwritten public offering of $50 million of its common stock. Read More