Commerce Bancorp (CBH)

WA Business News  Mar 25  Comment 
Grain giant backs CBH vision Australia’s biggest grain grower has thrown his weight behind CBH investment plans, which include setting up a co-operative on the east coast. The West Livingstone to take reins at BCA
WA Business News  Mar 24  Comment 
CBH prepares for push east CBH has opened up about Eastern States investment plans which include starting a grower co-operative in a move that could change the face of Australia’s grain industry. The West
WA Business News  Feb 26  Comment 
CBH backs eastern exposure CBH has moved to head off grower concern about its investment strategy by bumping up spending on WA’s grain storage and handling network by $55 million to $185 million over the next 12 months. The West
WA Business News  Feb 17  Comment 
CBH investments under fire CBH is set for a boardroom showdown which could have major implications for its investments in South-East Asia and the Eastern States. The West Qantas debt deal seen as inevitable
WA Business News  Feb 10  Comment 
Grains handler CBH Group has set a new record, exporting its largest ever grain shipment out of Esperance over the weekend. CBH said a 78,636 tonne shipment of feed barley, destined for Saudi Arabi, was the biggest ever out of the state.
The Australian  Feb 9  Comment 
COMPETITION in the grains market is hotting up with CBH trying to poach NSW's farmers to feed its Newcastle export terminal.
WA Business News  Feb 5  Comment 
CBH Group and the Royal Flying Doctor Service have formed a mutually beneficial partnership amounting to $300,000. The grain organisation has committed to $100,000 in annual funding for the next three years to enable the service to carry out its...
The Australian  Jan 23  Comment 
CBH Group looks set to match its best-ever year for grain sales after Western Australia posted a record harvest.
WA Business News  Dec 20  Comment 
A subcontractor truck driver has been killed in an incident at CBH Group's Kwinana grain terminal.
WA Business News  Dec 16  Comment 
CBH Group chief executive Andrew Crane has been appointed a member of Australia’s B20 Leadership Group, a private sector consortium that produces policy recommendations for international finance leaders for the annual G20 Leaders Summit in...


Commerce Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: CBH) has evolved into a regional financial services leader, anchored by the financial stregnth of its banking subsidiaries and augmented by Commerce Banc Insurance Services and Commerce Capital Markets, Inc. Founded in 1973, the company has more than $48 billion in assets.

Commerce Bancorp, Inc. is the largest bank headquartered in New Jersey, serving Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, Connecticuit, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and Southeast Florida.

Commerce Bank was acquired by TD BankNorth.[1]


  1., Retrieved October 13, 2008
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