Bank of Holland

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Bank of Holland
Industry Banking and Finance
Founded United States (1893 (1893))
Headquarters Holland, New York, United States
Area served
Western New York
Products Financial Services
Number of employees

The Bank of Holland is a Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-insured banking corporation that was founded and is headquartered in the town of Holland, New York. It offers a wide range of banking services including savings and checking accounts, mortgages and business and personal loans. The bank has three branches- one in Holland, one in East Aurora, New York, and new one in Elma, New York a former Bank of America branch and automated teller machines throughout Western New York state.


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