Georgia bank directory
Flag Financial Corporation is the Atlanta-based, publicly traded parent company of Flag
Bank. Flag Bank has operated as a community bank in Georgia for over 75 years and
currently has 24 offices in 13 counties in central and western Georgia and north metro
While the founding of the bank dates to 1928, February 2002 marked a new beginning, when
several seasoned banking executives joined Flag Bank, and along with several existing
executives, made a significant financial investment in the bank and charted a new
direction. A major component of this new direction included the relocation of both the
holding company and banking headquarters to Atlanta and the launch of a banking presence
in the metro Atlanta market in late 2002 with the purchase of six branches from Encore
Reserve Bank of Atlanta
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is part of the central bank of the United States. The
Federal Reserve System--the Fed, as it is often called--consists of twelve Reserve Banks
located around the country and the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.
The Atlanta Fed and the other eleven Reserve Banks play an important part in all three of
the Fed's functions--monetary policy, bank supervision and regulation, and the operation
of a nationwide payments system. Atlanta Fed staff examine banking institutions in
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee--the states
that make up the Sixth Federal Reserve District. Through its six facilities in these
states--in Atlanta, Birmingham, Jacksonville, Miami, Nashville, and New Orleans--the Bank
provides cash to banks, S&Ls, and other depository institutions; transfers money
electronically through the FedWireŽ funds transfer system and ACH; and clears millions of
checks every day.
- First Bank of Brunswick
We are located in Brunswick, Georgia, and currently have three convenient locations to
serve your banking needs.
No one knows your financial needs better than your local financial professional. We
combine the convenience and service of community banking with advanced technology to give
you the best banking experience. You'll never be just a number to us... we listen to your
needs and help you find financial services that fit you. For information about our banking
services, click on the links above or on the right. If you have questions about any
service send us a secure message from within Internet Banking or call. We are working hard
National Bank and Trust
First National Bank & Trust Company - A Community Bank in Georgia. Financial solutions
from a full service community bank in Georgia. Internet Banking, mortgage products, SBA
loans, forestry trust services, small business loans, and much more.
The Morris State Bank, founded as a private bank by George T. Morris, opened for business
November 23, 1954, with $50,000 capital. George T. Morris was President, W. Newton Morris,
Vice President, and S. Barron Smith, Executive Vice President and Cashier. It was located
on the first floor of the Morris Office Building at 200 South Jefferson Street.
George T. Morris died March 14, 1957, and the bank converted to The Morris State Bank with
a State Charter and membership in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. S. Barron
Smith was elected President and W. Newton Morris, Vice President. At conversion, assets
were $1,000,000 and capital of $150,000. Incorporators and directors were: Carl Cochran,
Richard Z. Graves, Earl Hilburn, Paul J. Jones, Jr., W. Newton Morris, S.A. Rogers and S.
ABC Bancorp is a multi-state financial services holding company with over $1 billion in
assets. Headquartered in Moultrie, Georgia, ABC Bancorp and its 11 separately chartered
community banks serve locations in south Georgia, coastal Georgia, south east Alabama and
north central Florida. High-tech products delivered through a high-touch community banking
environment are the keys to ABC Bancorp's success.
- Albany Bank & Trust
Albany Bank & Trust was chartered and began operations on April 28, 1999. We are
located in Albany, Georgia and provide a locally owned, "Home Town Bank" for
Albany, Georgia and surrounding communities.
Welcome, and thank you for visiting us at our web site. We at the Bank of Hiawassee are
proud to share with you our wide range of products and services. If you take the time to
see all we have to offer, you will see "there's no reason to bank anyplace
Bartow County Bank is a full-service financial institution that is locally owned and
operated. We've been a part of this community since 1974, offering the latest banking
conveniences combined with the personal service of a long-time friend.
Oconee State Bank is proud of its over forty year history of providing financial services
and products to our growing community. Little did we know a few years ago that you would
be able to do your banking by way of your personal computer.
We recognize that this new way of banking will become more and more the norm, but we will
also remember that sometimes you would like to come in and visit. We are committed to
providing the personal service that is necessary to take care of you.
Bank & Trust
Rivoli Bank & Trust was founded in 1997 by a handful of local business people in
direct response to the need for another local bank. On June 12, 1997, the Board was
pleased to present to our community, Rivoli Bank & Trust's first branch office,
located on Zebulon Road. Responding to the needs of the entire community, Rivoli Bank
& Trust surpassed their first year growth plans and celebrated with the opening of
their second Branch Office, located on Mulberry Street, in downtown Macon.
Since inception, Rivoli Bank & Trust has continued the tradition of focusing on its
customers. By working with citizens of our community we have assisted families in becoming
homeowners, established new businesses, and supported community organizations. On behalf,
of our Board of Directors and entire staff, we invite you to come visit us at Rivoli Bank
This bank was born because of this community. A place of such tradition, independence, and
strength needed a native financial institution. It did not deserve a choice only among
banks whose assets were owned elsewhere.
In 1995, Thomas County did not have its own bank - unlike almost every other county in our
state. The founders of Thomasville National Bank wanted something better for the place
they called home. Pride was certainly an underlying principle, but pure practicality was
equally important. We knew a bank focused on the unique needs of Thomasville and its
region could serve our people better.
Big banking companies write "policy" from headquarters, often hundreds and
hundreds of miles away, often for hundreds of banks. They're keeping a whole system
intact, protecting the weakest link sometimes at the expense of strong ones. How can they
look at individual cases when the aggregate is all?
The focus of TNB is on how to do a better job with a customer's account, not on
acquisitions, mergers, and a multi-state bottom line. We write our policy here; we adapt
it for the people we know.
National Bank of Internet (Cherokee)
Enjoy online banking while you keep up with news, weather, the stock market, sports, and
more! Our community bank combines excellence in customer service with up-to-date
technology to maximize convenience and accessibility. We're ready to do business when you
Georgia State Bank is proud to be serving Cobb, Paulding and Douglas Counties since 1986.
We have a variety of products for all your financial needs, but our pride and our
specialty is the courteous, convenient service we provide. Georgia State Bank is part of
the publicly traded Alabama National BanCorporation holding company, which provides
consumer, commercial, investment, brokerage and trust banking services, as well as
leasing, mortgage and insurance services, to individuals and businesses. Our philosophy of
local bank decision-making and personalized service is the driving force of our business.
BB&T Corporation, headquartered in Winston-Salem, N.C., is a fast growing, highly
profitable financial holding company with more than $90 billion in assets. Its bank
subsidiaries operate more than 1,400 branch offices in the Carolinas, Virginia, West
Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia, Maryland, Tennessee, Alabama, Indiana, Florida and
Washington, D.C. BB&T ranks No. 2 in market share in North Carolina, No. 3 in South
Carolina, No. 2 in Virginia, No. 1 in West Virginia, No. 6 in Georgia, No. 7 in Maryland,
No. 3 in Kentucky and No. 5 in Washington, D.C.
Since 1989, BB&T has completed the acquisition of 57 community banks and thrifts, more
than 70 insurance agencies and 23 non-bank financial services companies. This acquisition
strategy has contributed significantly to BB&T's success.