ROCHESTER STATE BANK
- Bank Name:Rochester State Bank
- Bank Class:State Chartered - FED Nonmember Bank
- FDIC ID:Certificate #1787 - Inactive
- FED RSSD ID:#679648 - Inactive
HISTORY OF ROCHESTER STATE BANK
Rochester State Bank was established in October 1912 and headquartered in Rochester, Illinois. The bank operated as a subsidiary of Rochester State Bankshares, Inc.. Rochester State Bank was classified as a commercial bank, state charter and Fed nonmember, supervised by the FDIC. Rochester State Bank is no longer doing business under that name. To view branches, routing numbers, phone numbers and business hours; you can check American Bank of Missouri page.
Below is a list of some important events in banks history, including mergers and acquisitions.
1912-10-11 -Institution established. Original name: Rochester State Bank.
1936-06-11 -Institution becomes member of the Federal Reserve System.
1936-06-11 -Changed Bank Class to State Chartered Bank, member of the Federal Reserve System (FRS).
1936-06-11 -Changed Primary Federal Regulatory Agency to Fed.
1963-11-06 -Institution withdraws from membership in the Federal Reserve System.
1963-11-06 -Changed Bank Class to State Chartered Bank, not member of the Federal Reserve System (FRS).
1963-11-06 -Changed Primary Federal Regulatory Agency to Fdic.
1976-04-12 -Main Office moved to 133 North John Street, Rochester, IL 62563.
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