FIRST STATE BANK OF THE SOUTHEAST HISTORY
- Bank Name:First State Bank of the Southeast
- Bank Class:Federal Reserve Non-member Bank
- Member FDIC:Certificate #2710
- Locations:10 Branches in 2 states
First State Bank of the Southeast was founded on January 4, 1904 and has been serving the financial needs of their customers for over 117 years.
First State Bank of the Southeast currently operates with 10 branches located in 2 states as a subsidiary of First State Bancshares, Inc.. Check below for important events in banks history.
IMPORTANT EVENTS IN BANKS HISTORY
Below is a list of some important events in the history of First State Bank of the Southeast, including mergers and acquisitions. This data was last revised on 16th of December, 2019.
Jan 04, 1904Institution established: Original name: The National Bank
Oct 01, 1981Changed name to The City & County Bank of Bell County, Kentucky
Apr 06, 1983Changed name to The Bank of Middlesborough
Jul 06, 1983Acquired The First State Bank of Pineville (270) in Pineville, KY
Jul 06, 1983Changed name to The First State Bank of Pineville
Jul 01, 2004Acquired First State, Fsb (34839) in Lexington, KY
Jul 01, 2004Changed name to First State Financial, Inc.
Aug 01, 2017Changed name to First State Bank Of The Southeast, Inc
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