Union Bank N.A.

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Union Bank, N.A.
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryBanking
Founded1864
HeadquartersBank of California Building
San Francisco, California
Key people

Tatsuo Tanaka, Chairman of the Board[citation needed]
Masashi Oka, President and CEO[citation needed]
Mark W. Midkiff, Vice Chairman and Chief Risk Officer[citation needed]
John F. Woods, Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer[citation needed]
John C. Erickson, Vice Chairman & Chief Corporate Banking Officer[citation needed]

Timothy H. Wennes, Vice Chairman & Chief Retail Banking Officer[citation needed]
EmployeesOver 10,000[1]
ParentUnionBanCal Corporation
Websitewww.unionbank.com
 
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Union Bank, N.A.
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryBanking
Founded1864
HeadquartersBank of California Building
San Francisco, California
Key people

Tatsuo Tanaka, Chairman of the Board[citation needed]
Masashi Oka, President and CEO[citation needed]
Mark W. Midkiff, Vice Chairman and Chief Risk Officer[citation needed]
John F. Woods, Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer[citation needed]
John C. Erickson, Vice Chairman & Chief Corporate Banking Officer[citation needed]

Timothy H. Wennes, Vice Chairman & Chief Retail Banking Officer[citation needed]
EmployeesOver 10,000[1]
ParentUnionBanCal Corporation
Websitewww.unionbank.com

Union Bank, N.A., formerly known as Union Bank of California, N.A., is a full-service commercial bank with 398 retail branches in California, Washington and Oregon. On June 30, 2012, the bank was also operating commercial branches in Dallas, Houston, New York City and Chicago, as well as two international offices. Headquartered in San Francisco, Union Bank is a subsidiary of UnionBanCal Corporation, a financial holding company.[citation needed]

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History

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

In April 1996, The Mitsubishi Bank, Ltd. and The Bank of Tokyo, Ltd. merged in Japan. In San Francisco, The Bank of California and Union Bank consolidated into UnionBanCal Corporation, a bank holding company, and its primary subsidiary Union Bank of California, N.A. With the merger, Union Bank could now trace its history back to the founding of The Bank of California 132 years before. In 1999, UnionBanCal Corporation became a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:UB).[2]

In August 2008, Mitsubishi UFJ offered to buy the 35 percent of Union Bank it did not already own, which Union Bank accepted.[3] On November 4, 2008, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), announced that BTMU had successfully acquired all of the outstanding shares of UnionBanCal Corporation.[4]

Union Bank's recent acquisitions

In 2009, Union Bank opened a branch in Texas, with plans to expand.[5]

On April 30, 2010, Union Bank, N.A., acquired certain assets and assumed certain liabilities of Everett, Washington-based Frontier Bank in a purchase and assumption agreement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).[6]

Also in April, Union Bank acquired the assets of Tamalpais Bank in Marin County, including seven branches. Federal regulators sold Tamalpais' assets to Union Bank, which rebranded all the acquired branches. [7]

In 2012, Union Bank announced its acquisition of Pacific Capital Bancorp, which operated under the name Santa Barbara Bank & Trust, for $1.5 billion.[8]

Modern Day

Today, UnionBanCal Corporation, the holding company of Union Bank, N.A., has $80.1 billion in assets. Its foundation is built on five lineages; three originate in California and two in Japan.[9]

Corporate social responsibility

Union Bank Foundation

The Union Bank Foundation strategically funds community and regional initiatives that will position the Foundation as an innovator of partnerships and a grant-maker helping to create and sustain healthy communities. The Foundation proactively invests in the communities in which the bank and its businesses operate, targeting its resources to benefit low- to moderate-income populations. In order to achieve greater impact in the targeted communities, the Foundation focuses on the strategic program categories of community economic development, affordable housing, education and the environment.[10]

Community Reinvestment Act

Union Bank's Board of Directors approves the bank's Community Service Action Plan (CSAP), which is used to ensure the bank's compliance with Community Reinvestment Act requirements. The CSAP targets seven key areas for support and services: affordable housing, banking services, community outreach, corporate contributions, low-income consumer loans, small business loans and assistance, and supplier diversity.[11]

References

  1. ^ https://www.snl.com/irweblinkx/corporateprofile.aspx?IID=1022285
  2. ^ https://www.unionbank.com/company_information/company_information/company_profile/history_and_timeline.jsp
  3. ^ The Economist August 23, 2008 edition. U.S. edition. Page 7.
  4. ^ "Japanese Bank Buys Rest of UnionBanCal". The New York Times. August 19, 2008. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/19/business/worldbusiness/19bank.html?emc=rss&partner=rssnyt. Retrieved May 26, 2010. 
  5. ^ Union Bank launching statewide growth from DFW
  6. ^ https://www.unionbank.com/company_information/company_information/news/press_release_index/press_releases/pacific_northwest.jsp
  7. ^ http://www.marinij.com/ci_14901330?IADID=Search-www.marinij.com-www.marinij.com
  8. ^ SBB&T will rebrand in $1.5 billion deal
  9. ^ https://www.unionbank.com/global/about/company-profile/history/index.jsp
  10. ^ https://www.unionbank.com/demos/uboc_flash/uboc_flash.jsp
  11. ^ https://www.unionbank.com/company_information/company_information/community_reinvestment/community_service_action_plan_commitment/index.jsp

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