Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company has joined Allpoint Network, which means its clients now have access to America’s largest surcharge-free ATM network, with some 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs worldwide.
With Allpoint Network, Chesapeake’s clients will never be far away from surcharge-free ATM access to their cash, especially in the United States, where Allpoint offers 43,000 cash machines in places they’re already visiting as part of their daily routine. Conveniently located in destination retail outlets including major discount retailers, convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores, users of Allpoint Network ATMs save time, as well as ATM fees.Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Joins Allpoint Network
April 30, 2018 — Chesapeake Bank and Trust is very pleased to announce the election of Mr. James E. Gillespie (Jim) to its Board of Directors. He will also serve on the Board of Directors of Chesapeake Bancorp, the Bank’s holding company. Mr. Gillespie was previously a member of both Boards of Directors from 2000 to 2012.
“As a well-known and respected businessman, we are delighted to have Jim rejoin our board,” remarked Glenn L. Wilson, President and CEO of Chesapeake Bank and Trust. Continue Reading Gillespie Joins Chesapeake Bank and Trust
March 6, 2018– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce its recent five star rating from BauerFinancial, Inc. Chesapeake Bank’s five star rating, now two years running, is an impressive achievement making it the highest rated community bank headquartered in the Chestertown area.Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Upholds its Five Star Rating
January 5, 2018– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce Robert Thompson’s promotion to Senior Vice President.Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Promotes Thompson to Senior VP
December 8, 2017– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce its new Assistant Branch Manager, Susan St. Amour.
Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Announces New Assistant Branch Manager
Data breaches pose a potential risk to consumers in the form of identity theft, account takeover and fraud when personal and sensitive information is compromised. The following are Continue Reading Equifax: What to do Post-Breach