The Bank of New England Corporation was a regional banking institution based in Boston, Massachusetts, which was seized by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in 1991 as a result of heavy losses in its loan portfolio and was placed into Chapter 7liquidation. At the time, it was the 33rd largest bank in the United States, and its federal seizure bailout was the second largest on record. At its peak, it had been the 18th largest bank and had over 470 branch offices. The liquidation company was named Recoll Management Corporation and its bankruptcy estate has continued to exist to pay out claims against the company. As of 2016, most of what was once Bank of New England is now part of Bank of America.
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• This Bank is not part of the SWIFT network, so there is no number.
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• No Mobile Apps Available.
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Bank of New England Online Banking Login
HOW TO LOGIN
Step 1 – Go to bankofnewengland.com – Once you arrive at the home page, at the top right of the page, click the “Personal Online Banking” link. This link will take you to the “Login” page where you will enter your Access ID and select a summary page you would like to arrive at, after you “Submit” your information. You will then be sent to a second page where you may enter your password in a secure location online.
Step 2 – Once you’ve submitted your credentials, you’ll be directed to your Online Banking Account where you will be able to review your account(s) and perform any banking transactions available.
HOW TO ENROLL
Step 1 – If you’re prepared to enroll in online banking services, you will need to start with This Page – When you arrive at the “First Time User” page, you will need an Access ID and a password to enroll. Since you are a first time user, you will use the last 4 digits of you SSN to login. Select from the drop down box, the type of account you have with the bank. Once you click “Sumbit” you will be prompted through the enrollment process, privately, by the system. You will be setting up a new Access ID and Password as well, you’ll be setting up security for your account.