Bank branches that closed as First Niagara on Friday opened Tuesday morning as KeyBank.
KeyCorp acquired First Niagara Bank on Aug. 1 and transitioned the brand to its own over the long Columbus Day weekend.
The transition involved branches across the First Niagara footprint, including 46 in the Greater Lehigh Valley.
Prior to the acquisition, KeyBank had no branches in the region.
As part of the transition, five former First Niagara branches were closed. All former First Niagara employees were offered positions with KeyBank.
Closed branches were in Boyertown, Emmaus, Horsham, Pottstown and Royersford.
Customers of the First Niagara Emmaus branch at 502 State Ave. in Emmaus were redirected to the bank’s 731 Chestnut St. location in the borough, which was among those converted over the weekend.
With about $135 billion in assets, the combined bank is the 13th largest commercial bank headquartered in the U.S., with 3 million customers and locations in 15 states.