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Alabama bank directory

  • Amsouth Bank
    Amsouth Bank - one of the largest and strongest financial institutions in the Southeast with 600 banking offices throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
  • Bank Independent
    Bank Independent is a locally owned bank serving the financial needs of the Shoals area of Alabama.
  • The Citizens Bank of Enterprise
    The Citizens Bank was founded in February of 1946. The driving force behind this corporation was Walter Hubert Beall of Andalusia, Alabama. Mr. Beall, in conjunction with a number of local community leaders, organized The Citizens Bank as the second bank serving the City of Enterprise. Mr. Beall maintained control of the bank for several years until it was sold to another of the original incorporators, Edward C. Sherling and an employee, D. F. Reaves. Mr. Sherling and Mr. Reaves maintained control of the bank until 1965.
  • Union State Bank
    Union State Bank has been dedicated to providing the finest in progressive, innovative banking services to your Alabama neighbors for 100 years. We are interested in the financial welfare of every individual and business we serve. We realize our employees are the most important resources of our bank. Our corporate culture supports the team environment and stresses individual importance. Dedication to Quality Service and Customer Satisfaction: To completely satisfy our customers is our mission. We listen to our customers and understand their personal needs. We recognize our continued growth depends solely on satisfied customers. We enthusiastically embrace the responsibility of being good corporate citizens in the local areas we serve. We build for the future by investing in the growth of our communities.
  • United Bank - Atmore
    Founded in 1904, as the Bank of Atmore, United Bank is quickly approaching a century of service to the south Alabama communities we're proud to serve. By 1915, the bank's assets stood at $128,488 with a 90% loan-to-deposit ratio. Since our inception, agribusiness has been an integral part of the local economy. Our bank survived the Great Depression although one-quarter of American workers were unemployed and social benefits such as ag price supports were not yet considered. Growth and prosperity endured through the 1960's and 1970's, and the bank expanded its Main Office time and again, and opened its Flomaton branch as well as a new Atmore branch. During 1982, the Bank of Atmore created a holding company, United Bancorporation of Alabama, Inc., purchased its Frisco City location and opened a branch in Monroeville. It also began operating as United Bank, and headed into this decade with a host of technological improvements including ATMs, Advantage 24 Bankline telephone service, check imaging, and more. In the late 1990's, additional branches were opened in Foley, Lillian and Bay Minette. The newest branches opened in Silverhill in March, 2001 and Magnolia Springs in June 2001. Today, United Bank is routinely recognized as one of America's strongest banks by national bank ratings firms. United Bank's expansion onto the Internet is an exciting opportunity to better serve our customers and introduce others to United Bank's style of "high tech, high touch" banking. We are committed to the communities of south Alabama. Our past, present and future prosperity is founded upon this singular mission.
  • West Alabama Bank & Trust
    West Alabama Bank & Trust, a $340 million state chartered community bank with 10 full-service offices in six West Alabama counties--Pickens, Perry, Choctaw, Fayette, Lamar, and Sumter.
  • Bank of Pine Hill
    Located in Pine Hill, Alabama in Wilcox County the bank was founded in August of 1947.
  • Bank of Tuscaloosa
    The bank's main office is located on the first floor of the renovated Stafford Plaza, one of downtown Tuscaloosa's best-known landmarks. The Bank of Tuscaloosa is truly a community bank, always keeping the best interests of the community in mind. "There are many advantages to a home-grown bank," says Jim Flemming, President and CEO. "The primary advantage is that local bank officers, who understand the Tuscaloosa market first-hand, are the ones making decisions on loans. Also, depositor money stays in Tuscaloosa, where it can directly benefit the area."
  • Bank of Wedowee
    The Bank of Wedowee was founded on February 6, 1906, by Dr. J. C. Swann, with $25,000 in capital stock. Dr. Swann was elected its first president, at a salary of $500 per year. Two years later, his salary was raised to $750. He was the bank's president for the next 45 years, until his death in February, 1951.
  • CB&T Russell County
    In 1909, Farmers and Merchants Bank, a small rural bank, was formed in the community of Hurtsboro, Alabama. As population trends shifted to more urban areas, F & M Bank spread into Phenix City, AL. In the mid 1960's, F&M relocated its main office to Phenix City, the county seat of Russell County, and is now located in downtown Phenix City. For the next three decades, the bank has enjoyed growth and prosperity. In 1989, the bank directors found it advantageous to join the family of Synovus Financial Corp. The name was then changed to CB&T Bank of Russell County. Since then, CB&T Bank of Russell County has grown in assets from $34 million to $170 million today. We now have four convenient locations to serve your needs.
  • Central State Bank
    Central State Bank was chartered February 5, 1916, in compliance with the regulations of the State of Alabama Banking Department. The bank had several presidents and ownership changes during its first 29 years until March 1, 1945, when Roy Downs was hired by the Bank's Board of Directors to serve as cashier. Mr. Downs left his position as Personel Director of First National Bank of Birmingham to accept the job at Central State Bank for a salary of $250.00 per month plus 5% of the annual net profit of t he bank. On May 12, 1947, Roy Downs was elected President of the Bank and in December of that year, he bought the controlling interest from other stockholders.
  • Colonial Bank
    The Colonial BancGroup, Inc. is a $16.2 billion bank holding company headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, with more than 270 full-service offices in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, Tennessee and Texas. Its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol CNB. Colonial offers a broad line of retail and commercial banking products as well as electronic banking services, credit card and merchant services, cash management services and wealth management services.
  • Community Bank and Trust (CB&T)
    At Community Bank and Trust, we treat you like a neighbor because that's who we are. We consider that to be a real strength and so do our customers. We have the distinct advantage of being an affiliate of Synovus Financial Corp., a $18 billion, multi-financial services company headquartered in Columbus, Georgia. Yet, all decisions are made right here. Your money goes to work right here in our community. And the policies that affect you and your money are determined here by people who know you and the market. We consider that to be a real strength and so do our customers.
  • First Federal of the South
    At First Federal, we continue a long-standing community tradition of customer service. Since 1949, we have played an important role in the financial success of many individuals, families, and businesses in Talladega County. We began our operations as a federally chartered mutual savings and loan association and have grown to full service customer banking with branches in Sylacauga, Talladega, Clanton, and Centreville, and a loan production office in Birmingham. First Federal emphasizes professional, personal service through a full range of deposit services including interest and non-interest bearing checking, savings, and certificates of deposit accounts, individual retirement accounts, commercial loans, real estate loans, savings/installment loans, and construction loans. In addition, the Bank provides such consumer services as travelers checks, cashier's checks, safe deposit boxes, bank by mail services, and direct deposit.
  • First National Bank of Jasper
    The First National Bank of Jasper was organized on June 1, 1905. It has served the people of Jasper and Walker County, Alabama, continuously since its incorporation. In the early years, a gentleman who was more of a merchant/businessman than a banker operated the bank. During his tenure with the bank, poor lending decisions were made and the bank found itself with a large number of substandard and non-performing loans. This led to some very shaky times, but new management was brought in during the early 20's and the bank began to clean up and gradually charge off its substandard assets. When the Great Depression arrived in the late 20's and 30's, the bank was beginning to show good progress and it was the only one of three banks in the city that did not fail. It did survive a run on the bank. With the influence of the local United States Senator, John H. Bankhead, the run was stopped. Senator Bankhead got up on a chair in the lobby and addressed the crowd waiting to withdraw their money. His reputation and calm explanation of how banks operated satisfied the crowd and many of the people began to redeposit their funds. First National Bank has always been the dominant financial institution in our county that has a population of some 70,000. In 2000 the City of Jasper had a population of 14,000. The assets of First National Bank of Jasper at December 31, 2002, were approximately $535 million. The bank operates four offices in the City of Jasper and four branches in the county and towns of Carbon Hill, Cordova, Curry, and Dora.
  • First National Bank of Scottsboro
    When First National Bank opened its doors more than a century ago, our founders committed to making our community better by helping people buy homes, finance college, start or expand a business and save for the future. They accomplished this with integrity, professionalism and a smile. We honor our heritage today by responding to your specific financial needs with the same commitment. After all, First National Bank is still a hometown bank, where dedicated people reach out to help friends and neighbors achieve their financial goals.
  • First National Bank of Shelby County
    In 1892 First National Bank of Shelby County was established by Gordon DuBose as "Gordon DuBose, Banker". The bank was operated out of his law office in the Shelby County Courthouse. The first bank building was constructed in 1894, on the lot where the law office of Conwill & Justice now stands in Columbiana, Alabama. The original building burned in 1917, but was rebuilt upon the same location. In 1996, we changed our name to First National Bank of Shelby County to better reflect our service area. We now have branches located throughout Shelby County so as to better serve the citizens of Shelby County. In addition to our Main Office in Columbiana and our Wilsonville Branch, we have branches in Chelsea, Inverness, Riverchase, Helena and Pelham/Alabaster. Our Real Estate Department is located in Davis Plaza in Columbiana. First National Bank of Shelby County is the only locally owned and locally operated national bank in Shelby County.
  • First Southern National Bank
    Welcome to First Southern National Bank. A community bank serving Jackson and Dekalb Counties. First Southern National Bank has been setting the standards and providing financial solutions since 1910. We are located in scenic northeast Alabama, with offices in Stevenson, Higdon, Scottsboro, Rainsville and Fort Payne.
  • Frontier National Bank
    We offer a wide variety of products to fit your needs. Click on the links below to see the different types of products we have to offer. If you would like more information, to open an account with us, or to apply for a loan, please visit or contact one of our convenient locations near you.
  • Merchants Bank - Jackson
    Merchants Bank is a traditional, but progressive, locally owned institution serving the people in the Clarke-Washington counties area in Alabama since 1962 when our downtown Jackson facility first opened its doors for business. Merchants Bank had a modest beginning with a staff of only three officers, five employees, and assets of $400,000.00. Merchants Bank will continue the practices which have earned us a reputation for friendliness, honesty, and financial soundness. This web site is just another way in which we are responding to the changing needs of our customers.
  • Monroe County Bank
    The Monroe County Bank provides friendly hometown service along with the latest modern technology of city banks. Organized in 1904, we are committed to meeting the financial needs of the people of Monroe County by offering a variety of checking, savings, and loan products. The main office is located one block off the town square at 60 Hines Street. We have a branch bank at 1816 S. Alabama Ave.Monroeville, which is very convenient to people entering town. Our customers enjoy the convenience of getting cash when and wherever they need it through the Automated Teller Machine network.
  • New South Federal Savings Bank
    New South Federal Savings Bank operates 40 loan production offices located in 13 states, and one full-service deposit branch office in Birmingham, Alabama. New South is the largest thrift and the seventh largest depository institution, based on asset size, headquartered in the state of Alabama. New South's operations principally involve residential mortgage, automobile, residential construction, and manufactured housing lending.
  • Regions Bank
    "Regions will be the premier financial services company in the South, known for our dedication to quality, strength and integrity. We will be the financial services provider of choice and the employer of choice for performance-oriented associates in each community we serve. We will achieve superior returns for our shareholders by staying focused on the needs of individuals and companies in the South."
  • Reliance Bank
    We're located in Athens, Alabama, just 20 miles west of Huntsville, Alabama. We are a community bank which is locally owned and operated. Our Board of Directors, Officers, and Employees are committed to giving the best customer service possible, along with the best products possible. We are available to speak with you in person or on the phone at any time during our office hours. Please give us a try and you'll see that our motto "WHERE SERVICE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE" is lived up to each and every day. As you explore our site, you'll find that our products and services are designed to meet the needs of everyone from the first time account holder to the most experienced corporate customer. If you're new to North Alabama, you won't want to miss our Area Directory, a guide to local history, schools, and attractions.
  • Robertson Banking Company of Demopolis
    Founded in 1870, Robertson Banking for over one hundred thirty two years has been synonymous with safety and service. Robertson Banking Company is the oldest and largest bank in Marengo county. Robertson Banking Company is a locally owned community bank with assets in excess of $206 million. Being locally owned means the decision making stays here at home, where it belongs. We are large enough to handle any size loan request, yet small enough to know you. Our Board of Directors and bank staff are people you know, your neighbors. And, your deposits stay here at home, providing loans to area businesses which means jobs and growth to our community.
  • South Alabama Bank
    BankTrust offers a wide array of convenient products and services designed to meet all of your banking needs. Our Personal Banking Services provide our customers with a variety of banking options. Whether you write a lot of checks each month or just a few, or even if you're just looking to put money aside for a vacation or a rainy day, BankTrust has just the right account. So, you like to stay on the cutting edge? BankTrust has an assortment of Electronic Banking products just for you. You can look at your account, transfer funds, or even pay your bills 24 hours a day over the Internet with our Online Banking Services. You can also access your account any time of the day or night with our Telephone Banking Service.
  • Sterling Bank
    In 1989 Montgomery became home to a new kind of bank - an unconventional bank that focuses on extraordinary service provided by a staff of experienced, local bankers committed to the betterment of the community. Sterling Bank was established by a group of Montgomery business leaders who believed that the city needed a bank that had the ability to make quick decisions for it's clients. Led by its President Alan Worrell, Sterling Bank's dedication to flexibility and responsiveness has been the key to its enviable record of service and success.
    From the moment you enter a Sterling Bank location, the difference is immediately clear. There are no tellers blocked by tall counters or long lines of people waiting to be served. Instead, client representatives are seated at desks in the lobby, with the clients and guests relaxing in comfortable chairs while conducting their banking business. This is a concept that we introduced to Montgomery. And it is appreciated by our clients. At Sterling Bank, our mission is to continue to grow our market share by delivering service beyond what the client expects, while maintaining our reputation for serving the community.
  • Farmers & Merchants Bank
    F&M Bank's traditional checking accounts will meet your basic checking needs efficiently and economically. That's why we offer a variety of innovative checking options. F&M Bank has many investment and saving opportunities for you to explore. It can be as simple as opening a savings account for unexpected expenses down the road. Or it can be more of a long-term commitment, like investing in CDs. Either way, you’ll help build a better future for you and your family. And each depositor is FDIC insured up to $100,000.
  • First Commercial (Birmingham)
    As a mid-sized, full service financial institution in Birmingham, Alabama, our immediate strength lies in both our asset size and our bank rating. Currently, First Commercial Bank boasts assets in excess of one billion dollars. Hand in hand with this is our impressive A+/A-1 rating from Standard & Poor's. First Commercial Bank opened in 1985 with an $11.5 million captial base. In seventeen years, we have grown to over $1.3 billion in assets. In the history of de novo banks, few have experienced First Commercial's growth in asset size.
  • First Commercial Bank of Huntsville
    Our parent company, Synovus Financial, was founded in 1888, based on a single act of kindness. A mill worker at Eagle & Phenix Mill in Columbus, Georgia, tangled her dress in factory machinery. To the surprise of her co-workers, money, which she'd sewn into her hem, spilled across the floor. She explained that she believed her dress was the safest place to keep her savings.
  • First Federal Bank
    From its beginning, First Federal Bank has been known for high yield cd's and a variety of competitive mortgage products. Serving customers throughout Alabama, First Federal Bank is a locally owned financial institution with operations based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As a First Federal Bank customer, you can expect to receive up-to-the-minute banking services in a friendly, personal way. Whether it is checking, savings, mortgage loans, or online banking services, our goal is to provide customers with services that exceed their expectations.


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