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NC Bank

If you are looking for one of the best North Carolina banks, consider a visit to your local First Bank. First Bank is an NC bank that is small enough to know you by name, but large enough to meet all of your banking needs. We have more than 100 convenient locations throughout the state of North Carolina.

Plus, First Bank was recently recognized as one of the by Forbes.

Banking Services

First Bank offers a variety of banking services for families, individuals, and business owners in North Carolina. Some of our services include:

  • Personal banking: Checking accounts, savings accounts, debit cards, personal loans, and more.
  • Business banking: Checking accounts, savings accounts, loans and credit, merchant services, and more.
  • Mortgages: Conventional loans, jumbo loans, government loans, MedPro loans, and one-time close construction-to-permanent loans.

We also have a Financial Education Center where you can find articles about buying a home, starting a business, our activities in the community, and more!

Click here to explore more banking options.

NC Bank

First Banks Mission

At the beginning of the Great Depression, a small town in North Carolina lost its only bank. That town was Troy, NC, and in 1935 First Bank opened its first branch to help with the loss. At that time, we were called Bank of Montgomery, and we were known for helping farmers and local businesses manage their money for 3 whole decades.

In 1985, we changed our name to First Bank, and a lot has changed since then. The manufacturing, industrial, and technology industries have grown, and we’ve continued to evolve to meet the needs of our customers.

Our mission is to show that we care about our customers, and to provide them with safe and convenient banking. If you are looking for a North Carolina bank that strives to meet your needs, visit a First Bank branch near you.


Loans subject to credit approval. Member FDIC.

Sources:

NCpedia: http://www.ncpedia.org/history/20th-Century/great-depression

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