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Here you will find the latest information about what's going on here at 1st Mariner Bank. From new products and services to what we're doing in the community to branch closures due to inclement weather, this is the place to go to see what's new.

1st Mariner in the News 

1st Mariner in the News












  • 2/10/16 - Read about our year of transition in the Baltimore Business Journal.
  • 02/03/16 - Dave Jacobin tells U.S. News and World Report readers that now could be a great time to refinance. Explore the options to see which fixed-rate or adjustable-rate mortgage could pay off.
  • 01/26/16 - Who else is looking forward to the spring real estate market? If you're thinking of getting into it, check out these home-buying tips from Dave Jacobin in Housing Wire.
  • 01/14/16 - 1st Mariner Mortgage President, Dave Jacobin, offers his take on where 2016 interest rates could be headed, in the latest from The Daily Record.
  • 01/12/16 - Steve Widner discusses the availability of credit for small businesses in The Daily Record
  • 01/01/16 - Are adjustable-rate mortgages making a comeback? Learn more from 1stnMariner Mortgage President Dave Jacobin in the latest from
  • 12/31/15 - Check out 1st Mariner Bank President and COO Rob Kunisch in the Baltimore Business Journal's 2016 outlook on banking in Baltimore

Dundalk Branch Maintenance Work


Due to an emergency maintenance issue, our Dundalk branch will close today at 11 a.m. The staff at our Carroll Island, White Marsh and Canton branches are more than happy to assist you until our Dunalk branch re-opens. Stay tuned for updates. 

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In today's world, it's as important as ever to remember to keep your personal information private. A few tips to keep in mind:

  • Keep your personal identification number (PIN) private.
  • Create complex passwords using a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters.
  • Remember that 1st Mariner Bank will never call, text, or email you requesting your account information. If you receive such a request, report it to us as soon as possible.
  • Monitor your accounts with online/mobile banking and report any suspicious transactions immediately.

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