Strengthening Delaware small businesses with $13 million in new credit.*

Hard at Work in Delaware

Bank of America established its presence in Delaware in 1982 with the founding of MBNA. In 1983, MBNA introduced the Gold MasterCard, which became the first in a long line of innovations that earned the company its status as a pioneer in the credit card industry. Three years later, MBNA became the first credit card company to offer 24-hour customer service, 365 days a year. MBNA became a publicly traded company in 1991 and was acquired by Bank of America in 2006. Today, Bank of America is one of the nation’s largest financial institutions and provides services to half of all American households.


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Frank Ursomarso

Dealing success in Wilmington

Mar 28, 2014

Union Park Automotive Group is entering the seventh year of its partnership with Bank of America, which saw the company through the recession…  learn More about Dealing success in Wilmington

Delaware Food Bank

Innovating an End to Hunger

Nov 13, 2013

The Food Bank of Delaware’s partnership with Bank of America spans volunteerism, board leadership, grant funding and banking services…  learn More about Innovating an End to Hunger

Two smiling employees of Connections Community Support Program’s Connect to Work (CTW) program

Meeting a challenge one job at a time in Delaware

Aug 24, 2012

Like many states across the country, Delaware has been hard hit by the lingering global economic downturn. Those seeking employment have been especially impacted in a state where unemployment has gone from less than 4 percent in 2000 to more than 9 percent in 2010…  learn More about Meeting a challenge one job at a time in Delaware

* Extended $13 million in new credit to Delaware small businesses in 2012.

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