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BHLB - Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc.
-0.52(-2.65%)9:00:02 PM 1/15/2021
Berkshire Bank is a bank headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. It is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hills Bancorp, a bank holding company. The bank operates 130 branches in New England, New York and the Mid-Atlantic, and is the largest regional bank headquartered in Massachusetts. The bank was founded on February 6, 1846 as Berkshire County Savings Bank.
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