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Hudson City: Welcome to the M&T Family

​On November 1, 2015, Hudson City Savings Bank merged with and became a part of M&T Bank. Together, now we are even stronger – and you'll enjoy greater banking convenience and a wider array of new and innovative financial solutions to help you, your family and your business thrive and succeed.

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It's banking as usual, plus convenient access to more ATMs.

You now have access to a convenient network of more than 785 branches in New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Virginia, West Virginia and Washing, DC.

In addition, you can now use any of more than 1600 M&T ATMs. We hope you take advantage of this added banking convenience.

A smooth transition is underway.

We value your customer relationship. If you have any questions, we welcome you to speak with us at an M&T Bank branch or call us at 1-800-724-2440 (Monday–Friday 6am–9pm ET and Saturday–Sunday 9am–5pm ET). We look forward to serving your financial needs today and in the years to come.

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What's important: Being big enough to make a difference and small enough to care.

  • Founded in New York nearly 160 years ago to serve the needs of individuals and businesses
  • M&T has earned the highest possible Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) rating on every exam by the Federal Reserve since 1982
  • M&T is the number one SBA lender in most of our markets and the 7th largest SBA lender in the U.S.DIS-174-DIS
  • Recognized as one of the top charitable companies in the U.S., we are deeply committed to every community we serve

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FDIC Insurance

As of May 1, 2016, your former Hudson City Savings Bank deposit accounts and your M&T Bank deposit accounts were combined for purposes of determining your FDIC deposit insurance coverage.

If you had Hudson City Savings Bank Certificates of Deposits (CDs), they were separately insured for six months from November 1, 2015 (merger date) or until maturity, whichever is later. If your former Hudson City CD automatically renewed during the six-month transition period, it will continue to be separately insured until its next maturity date.

For more information, please visit www.fdic.gov.