Evolution of the Triad’s banking sector paves the way for Bank of America’s growth | Local
Winston Starts debuted in April 2017 for what its chairman Don Flow called “another support option for businesses at any stage, from ideation to market readiness … on a timeline that matches their business model and their markets “.
Cox said Bank of America has more than 1,550 employees in the triad, primarily in its High Point call center operations on Piedmont Parkway. This compares to Truist (about 3,800) and Wells Fargo (2,900).
Yet Bank of America has reduced the overall presence of its branches, as have Truist and Wells Fargo, in response to growing customer preferences for mobile and digital banking.
As of June 30, Bank of America had eight branches in Greensboro, six in Winston-Salem, four in High Point, and one each in Kernersville and Thomasville.
In November, Bank of America Corp. closed its branch at 2899 Reynolda Road. He plans to close his branch at 698 Hanes Mall Blvd. before February 8. Both branches had already been temporarily closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Open Bank of America branches in Forsyth are located at 1209 Silas Creek Parkway, 4001 University Parkway and 426 S. Stratford Road in Winston-Salem, and 205 E. Mountain St. in Kernersville.
At High Point, he plans to close his branch at 201 E. Parris Ave., also by February 8. Its branches at 629 Green Valley Road and 435 Pisgah Church in Greensboro remain temporarily closed.