Features and Updates from the National Bank of Cambridge
The National Bank of Cambridge Hosts Soles4Souls Shoe Drive
The National Bank Of Cambridge is proud to participate in the Souls4Souls Used Shoe Drive in partnership with the Maryland Banker’s Association Council of Professional Women in Banking and Finance. The goal of the event is to collect donations of used shoes that will then be sent to our partner Soles4Souls whose mission is to fight poverty through direct distribution of items as well as empower communities through micro-enterprise. Learn more about their inspiring mission and how they make a difference in the lives of the needyhere.
The National Bank of Cambridge Holds First Annual Agriculture Appreciation Luncheon
The National Bank of Cambridge held their first annual “Ag Appreciation” Luncheon featuring Dick Willey, President of Perdue AgriBusiness. The Ag Luncheon was well attended with over fifty prominent farmers and local agriculture related businesses enjoying a home-style meal at Suicide Bridge restaurant in Secretary, MD.
Important Notice: Target Payment Card Data Breach in U.S. Stores
On December 19, 2013 Target announced unauthorized access to Target payment card data. Customers who made credit or debit card purchases in Target U.S. stores or stores within Target from Nov. 27 through Dec. 15, 2013 may be impacted.
Target has posted information on their website to specifically address concerns from customers who may have been affected by the data breach.
National Bank of Cambridge Announces Regulator Lifts Formal Agreement
April 2, 2014
Cambridge, MD – The National Bank of Cambridge (the “Bank”) announced today that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (the “OCC”) terminated the Formal Agreement entered into on April 1, 2010 with the Bank. The Bank is no longer subject to the operational and financial constraints of the Formal Agreement, has successfully resolved all of the requirements of the agreement, and continues to exceed all regulatory standards for a “well-capitalized” financial institution.
At The National Bank of Cambridge we take pride in a 130-year tradition of serving our neighborhood. We invest in our customers—offering individuals and businesses a full menu of financial products and services that make banking with us convenient, dependable, and one hundred percent satisfying.