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Iowa bank directory

  • DeWitt Bank and Trust Company
    The experienced professionals and comprehensive resources of DeWitt Bank Tax and Accounting are just what you’ve been looking for!
  • Dubuque Bank & Trust
    With assets in excess of $570-million, it is among the ten largest commercial banks in the state of Iowa. DB&T offers a wide array of deposit accounts, insurance services, brokerage services, managed accounts, and credit services.
    Welcome to the bank that has the financial services you need, when you need them! Dubuque Bank & Trust offers a full-line of superior banking products and services designed to meet your needs now and in the future. Whether you are opening a checking account, seeking a mortgage, needing a loan, contributing to your retirement plan or financing a business, we will work closely with you to develop the best possible solutions for your financial future.
  • Farmers Trust & Savings Bank
    As an independently owned community bank, Farmers Bank is proud to have a local board of directors as well as officers and employees who live in and are active in our community.
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines
    Authorized by Congress in 1932, the Home Loan Bank System is comprised of 12 regional, independent Banks and the Office of Finance, the System's centralized debt issuance facility. There are 8,000 commercial bank, thrift, insurance company and credit union members in the 12 Home Loan Banks.
    The Home Loan Banks are regulated by the Federal Housing Finance Board. Their mission is to ensure the safety and soundness of the Federal Home Loan Banks, their access to the capital markets, and the accomplishment of the Bank's congressionally defined housing finance mission.
  • Ackley State Bank
    For over 65 years ASB has served the people of Ackley and the surrounding area. And now, ASB has been serving the Iowa Falls community since October 2002! As a locally owned and managed bank, ASB is truly a "community bank" through and through. Because of its local ownership, ASB is uniquely positioned to respond quickly to customer needs. For example, all loans, no matter how large or small, are approved where the application is made. ASB has the size, resources and technology to do the same as any big regional bank, yet remains first and foremost, a home owned community bank committed to the highest standards of personalized customer service.
  • American Bank
    We provide highly customized, personal services designed around your financial needs. We are pleased to be able to bring you the finest technology available and our goal is to be able to serve you from your home, business or even another state! We would like to earn the privilege to be the bank that you would proudly call My Bank.
  • American Trust
    American Trust’s history dates back to December 1911 when several Dubuque business people obtained a charter for the German American Savings Bank. Nicholas J. Schrup, one of the founding fathers, became the first president. The bank’s name was changed during World War I to American Trust & Savings Bank. Charles J. Schrup succeeded his father as president of American Trust in 1925 and guided the bank safely through the Great Depression. Of the seven banks established in Dubuque, American Trust was one of only two banks to survive the economic crash. Charles Schrup died in 1949. His legacy continued when his two sons, Charles J. Schrup Jr., and Nicholas Schrup II joined the bank in the 1950s.

    The bank began its second half-century of service to Dubuque in 1962 with a decade defined by changes and additions. American Trust added a modern motor bank near Ninth and Locust Streets, and opened its west side office on Kennedy Road, where a modern, spacious office now operates. In 1967, Nicholas Schrup II became the fourth president in the bank’s history.
    The 1970s and 1980s brought more growth to American Trust. Offices were opened in Key West and at 32nd and Jackson Streets in Dubuque. The bank also developed a presence in Dyersville, Iowa, with the acquisition of the National Bank of Dyersville in 1986. Three more Schrups joined the executive ranks: Charles Schrup III and William Schrup — both sons of Charles J. Schrup Jr. — and Nicholas Schrup III, son of Nicholas Schrup II.

    The bank expanded its services in 2003, demonstrated by the completion of a new facility at the 32nd and Jackson location and the construction of a new office in Farley, Iowa.
    Throughout the years American Trust has developed a strong reputation for providing outstanding service to clients and strongly supporting local communities. We are proud of this tradition and look forward to serving our clients and communities in the future.
  • City State Bank
    City State Bank is a 100% locally-owned bank, where we take pride in supporting the surrounding local communities. We offer the best customer service and you can always speak with friendly people with the power to make quick decisions and give expert advice that's right for you! We're here on your account!
  • First Citizens National Bank
    First Citizens National Bank is a community bank, committed to excellence in meeting the financial needs of our customers and communities. From origins in the 1800s, First Citizens is in its second generation of providing financial leadership to north Iowa. In December of 1994, O. Jay Tomson, Chairman of the Board, announced a corporate merger of its four subsidiary banks. Citizens National Bank (Charles City), Citizens National Bank (New Hampton), Osage Farmers National Bank, and First National Bank (Clarion) merged their assets and moved the remaining bank charter into Mason City.
  • First National Bank of Waverly
    Welcome to The First National Bank of Waverly! We’re glad you stopped by for a visit. You’ve probably landed at our website because you value quick, convenient information. We, at First National, can offer you a fast, easy, progressive and friendly banking experience, plus much more! Our goal is to meet every financial need you may have.
  • Frontier Saving Bank
    Welcome to Frontier Savings Bank's Website. We are a locally owned, full-service community bank ready and willing to fulfill your banking needs. As the only bank to receive a new state charter in Council Bluffs since the early 1900's, we are happy to be here. We pledge to provide you with unmatched customer service. During regular banking hours you can be assured that your phone call will be answered by one of our banking professionals. If we fail to live up to your service expectations, please call me, Gary Matters. As President, it is my responsibility to ensure that we provide you with the highest level of service possible.
  • Hampton State Bank
    Hampton State Bank is a locally owned community bank committed to our customers, community, and staff. A wide range of products and services are available to best meet the needs of our customers. At Hampton State Bank, we're working smarter for you. Our staff makes a positive contribution to every customer relationship. You'll find that the staff at Hampton State Bank is truly committed to customer satisfaction by focusing on three strategies. Paying attention to the little things, keeping current on the big picture and offering help and advice to make a difference for you. At Hampton State Bank, we call this "Working Smarter for You." And it's not just a's the way we do business with every customer, every day. Hampton State Bank is working smarter for you.
  • Hills Bank and Trust Company
    Attention users: in early 2004 we will be changing our website. With our new site, any preferences you currently have saved on will no longer be valid. This includes your web links. We suggest you save them to your Favorites or bookmark them so you still have easy access to these links. For any questions, be sure to contact us.
  • Iowa Savings Bank
    The Iowa Savings Bank started in 1902 in Coon Rapids, Iowa as a private bank; one without government license or regulation. The bank was given a charter in 1915 and then was subject to some regulation. The founders listed at the time of state chartering were: Warren and Edward Garst, Mrs. Charles (Laura) Garst, S.D. Henry, F.C. Jones and George Cretsinger. Warren Garst, who later become Governor of Iowa, owned the controlling interest in the Iowa Savings Bank.
  • Northwoods State Bank
    Located at the top of Iowa, NSB Bank has been taking care of their valued customers for 70 wonderful years.
    NSB is independently owned -- That means quick decisions, greater flexibility and quicker response time for your requests.
  • Principal Bank
    The Principal Financial Group® is a leading global financial institution offering businesses, individuals and institutional clients a wide range of financial products and services. Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, we serve more than 13 million customers worldwide. There's a lot to learn about The Principal and its entire family of companies. Get more information by clicking on the links at the left, or by visiting the following sections of our site to learn more about the programs and studies we sponsor.
  • State Central Bank
    At State Central Bank, we've been serving the needs of our community for over 140 years. Over those years, we have always looked to the future and carefully evaluated the most effective ways to make your banking experience with us convenient, safe, and efficient. This full-service Internet banking site represents our latest efforts to serve all the needs of the community today, tomorrow, and well into the future. Feel free to look around - and thanks for stopping by!
  • Iowa State Bank & Trust Co.
    It was the middle of the Great Depression, a time of want, hardship and economic turmoil. All five of the old banks in Iowa City had failed and closed, leaving only a single remaining bank in town. It seemed an unlikely time to start a new bank, but a group of citizens saw a need for another bank and some banking competition. They approached Ben S. Summerwill. Summerwill had moved from Iowa to South Dakota to pursue his dream of becoming a successful cattle rancher. When the Great Depression claimed his spread, Summerwill returned to Iowa to work for the Iowa State Department of Banking, liquidating failed banks. Current President and CEO Charles N. Funk, or "Charlie," joined the bank in October 2000 as the first non-family member to head the bank. Instilled with the tradition of community banking by his father, a community bank owner himself, Charlie believes that the secret to ISB&T's success is as simple as that which has guided the bank since 1934-a passion for your work and a commitment to doing things right. Grandpa Ben's spirit lives on.
  • Iowa State Savings Bank
    Iowa State Savings Bank has a web site on the Internet for our customers to get information about the bank and it’s products and services 24 hours a day. This convenience is another Hassle Free service available only at Iowa State Savings Bank. We are proud to offer our customers new technological ways to make banking more Hassle Free, plus a new way to communicate through e-mail. Customers and future customers who are on the Internet can now communicate on their time with loan officers or other bank personnel about their banking business.
  • Keystone Savings Bank
    Keystone Savings Bank is your financial resource center. More than just a bank, we want to be a financial asset for you.
    Established in Keystone, Iowa in 1935, Keystone Savings Bank has been meeting the needs of the area for over 65 years. We are proud of our ongoing service and dedication to Benton, Iowa, and adjoining counties.

    At Keystone Savings Bank, we help you bank when you want. We offer 24-hour internet banking, ATM and debit cards, ATM machines, after-hours depository, after-hours telephone and bank by mail services.
  • LeMars Bank & Trust Company
    Welcome to Primebank! We are glad you found us on the Web and hope your Internet Banking experience is as enjoyable and exciting as we designed it to be. Being the best takes dedication and hard work and, at Primebank, we are committed to being your first choice for financial services. We offer the best products at great rates. Our staff is second to none in experience and service. Our management team has the vision and responsiveness to keep us on the leading edge of technology and in front of our competition.
  • Northwest Federal Savings Bank
    Thank you for your interest in MidWestOne Financial Group - a dynamic and growing full-service bank and thrift holding company headquartered in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Our stock is publicly traded on the NASDAQ National Marketing System under the symbol OSKY. This web site was developed to communicate up-to-the-minute information about MidWestOne Financial Group, our subsidiaries, products and services, and our plans for the future.
  • United Community Bank
    United Community Bank is a progressive and growing State of Iowa chartered bank serving the Iowa counties of Dickinson, Clay, O'Brien and Osceola from its five locations in Milford, Okoboji, Hartley, Ocheyedan, and Lake Park, Iowa. The bank was formed on January 1, 1998 by combining the Dickinson County Savings Bank of Milford and Okoboji with the United Community Bank of Hartley and Ocheyedan. A full-service office in Lake Park was opened in July 2001.



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