A small Northern California bank doubled its size last week after completing the acquisition of four Bank of America branches.

Six Rivers National Bank, a seven-year-old bank headquartered in Eureka, now has eight branches in Northern California and $180 million of assets. With the $6.3 million acquisition, Six Rivers gains about 15,000 customers and $70 million of deposits, according to president and chief executive officer John F. Burger.

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