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  • So long, 1st Mariner. Welcome back, Baltimore Arena

    So long, 1st Mariner. Welcome back, Baltimore Arena
    Good thing they held on to that baltimorearena.com Web address. What until this week had been known as 1st Mariner Arena, Baltimore's largest concert and indoor sports venue, is officially dropping the reference to 1st Mariner Bank from its name and...
  • First Mariner reports $1.48 million loss

    First Mariner reports $1.48 million loss
    First Mariner Bancorp blamed rising interest rates and a slowdown in refinancings for its $1.48 million second quarter loss. On a per share basis, the Baltimore-based parent of 1st Mariner Bank, lost 8 cents in the quarter ended June 30. For the April-...
  • First Mariner corrects preliminary earnings report

    First Mariner corrects preliminary earnings report
    First Mariner Bancorp on Tuesday said it was correcting preliminary earnings figures released earlier for 2012, reducing its annual non-interest income by $892,000. According to the latest figures, the Baltimore-based bank holding company earned $699,000...
  • 1st Mariner no longer operating under FDIC fair lending cease and desist order

    1st Mariner no longer operating under FDIC fair lending cease and desist order
    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has lifted a cease and desist order that 1st Mariner Bank has operated under since April 2009, the bank announced Monday. The order required 1st Mariner to strengthen its fair lending practices because the FDIC...
  • First Mariner to close two more branches

    First Mariner to close two more branches
    First Mariner Bancorp, parent of 1st Mariner Bank, said it is closing two branches early next year, leaving the Baltimore-based bank with 16 branches. The bank plans to merge its Arbutus branch into one at Woodlawn, while consolidating an Easton...
  • Top First Mariner executive earned $495,362 last year

    Top First Mariner executive earned $495,362 last year
    Compensation for First Mariner Bancorp's top executive reached $495,362 last year, about double from a year ago thanks to a bonus, according to a company filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mark A. Keidel, president, chief operating...
  • First Mariner Bancorp decides not to bid for arena naming rights

    First Mariner Bancorp decides not to bid for arena naming rights
    For a decade, 1st Mariner's name adorned the Baltimore arena, but now the bank's parent company says it does not plan to bid for naming rights that expired last year. The bank's parent company has talked about the price for naming rights with Legends...
  • M&T Bank executive named chair of Baltimore Convention and Tourism Board

    M&T Bank executive named chair of Baltimore Convention and Tourism Board
    M&T Bank Corp. executive Atwood "Woody" Collins III has succeeded Edwin F. Hale Sr. as chair of the Baltimore Convention and Tourism Board, city officials said Monday. The appointment of Collins, an executive vice president of M&T, became effective...
  • Investors should sell their losers now to reap a tax break

    Jim Loukota of Baltimore County is trying to make the best of a soured investment. The 60-year-old retired electrician owns 100 shares of First Mariner Bancorp that he bought for about $14.50 per share in the late 1990s and closed Monday a little over...
  • Auditors raise doubts about First Mariner's future

    Auditors raise doubts about First Mariner's future
    Auditors have raised doubts about First Mariner Bancorp's ability to remain in business, according to financial statements that the largest Baltimore-based bank, founded by prominent businessman Edwin F. Hale Sr., filed with regulators late Thursday....
  • Hale: First Mariner working with regulators despite doubts over future

    Hale: First Mariner working with regulators despite doubts over future
    First Mariner Bancorp Chairman and CEO Edwin F. Hale Sr. said Friday that the company is continuing to try to raise capital and to work with regulators who have put the largest Baltimore-based bank under heightened scrutiny for two years. Hale was...