BANK OF OHIO COUNTY
- Bank Name:Bank of Ohio County
- Bank Class:Federal Reserve Member Bank
- Member FDIC:Certificate #9304 - Inactive
- Web Address:No website available
HISTORY OF BANK OF OHIO COUNTY
Bank of Ohio County was established in December 1922 and headquartered in Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The bank operated as a subsidiary of Town . Bank of Ohio County was classified as a commercial bank, state charter and Fed member, supervised by the Federal Reserve (FRB). Bank of Ohio County was merged or acquired without government assistance on April 1, 2016 and is no longer doing business under that name. To view branches, routing numbers, phone numbers and business hours; you can check First United Bank and Trust Company page.
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
02/22/2010 -Changed institution class to Insured Commercial Or Savings Banks, State, Members FRS
02/22/2010 -Changed primary regulatory agency from Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to Federal Reserve Board
05/14/1990 -Changed name to Bank of Ohio County, Inc.
12/05/1922 -Institution established: Original name: Bank of Dundee
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