Multiple Colorado Chase Bank Branches Added to 2024 Permanent Closure List

Joel Eisenberg
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Three additional Colorado-based Chase Bank branches are scheduled to permanently shutter in 2024, as listed with the most recently updated Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) Bulletin (for the week ending November 11th), and various media outlets.

Note yesterday's release of the current federal OCC bulletin was delayed due to Veterans Day falling on Saturday, November 11th. It should be further noted that in the United States major banks cannot close branches until the passing of a minimum of three months following their initial OCC bulletin listing.

In the meantime, no specific dates of closure have yet been announced for any of the banks listed below.

As to the branches newly listed as closing, let us explore further.

Chase Bank, 2023-2024

Per's current weekly bulletin listing released today and linked in the Introduction above, the following Colorado-based Chase Bank branches have been added this week to the 2024 permanent closure list:

  • 9611 W 58TH AVE, ARVADA


The permanent closures of multiple Colorado-based Chase Bank branches are developing stories. In the event of pertinent updates to these matters, inclusive of other closings and official announcements of target dates, I will share them here on NewsBreak.

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