Wilmington Trust was founded on July 8, 1903 as a banking, trust, and safe deposit company by DuPont president T. Coleman du Pont.
On November 1, 2010, Wilmington Trust announced a merger with M&T Bank, of Buffalo, New York. The deal valued the 107-year-old Wilmington Trust at $3.84 a share, or 46 percent less than its closing price Oct. 29. Investors received 0.051 shares of Buffalo-based M&T for each Wilmington share.
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