FIRST NATIONS BANK
- Bank Name:First Nations Bank
- Bank Class:Federal Reserve Non-Member Bank
- Member FDIC:Certificate #22282
- Routing Number:N/A
- Locations:3 Branches in Illinois
- Web Address:fnbwbank.com
FIRST NATIONS BANK BRANCH LOCATIONS
FIRST NATIONS BANK OFFICES IN ILLINOIS
FIRST NATIONS BANK INFORMATION
First Nations Bank was founded in June 1976 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. The bank operates as a subsidiary of Illinois State Bancorp, Inc.. According to the FDIC and based on the institution's charter type, First Nations Bank is classified as a commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC. First Nations Bank is a FDIC-insured bank with certificate number of 22282. The Fed RSSD ID of First Nations Bank is 277240.
First Nations Bank currently operates with 3 branches located in Illinois. The bank does not have any offices outside Illinois.
Bank routing number is a 9 digit code which is necessary to process Fedwire funds transfers, process direct deposits, bill payments, and other such automated transfers. We currently do not have a routing number for First Nations Bank in our database.
The full address of bank headquarters is 7757 West Devon Avenue, Chicago, IL 60631. You can visit the official website of the bank at www.fnbwbank.com for more information and online banking service if available. For a list of all First Nations Bank branches and detailed branch information like hours of operation, phone number and address; please refine your search by selecting a state from the map or list below.
HISTORY OF FIRST NATIONS BANK
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
Jun 07, 1976Institution established: Original name: Butterfield National Bank
Feb 17, 1977Changed name to First National Bank of Wheaton
Nov 05, 1999Change trust powers from Trust Powers Not Granted to Full Trust Powers Granted
Nov 05, 1999Changed name to First Nations Bank of Wheaton
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