Huntington Bank

Huntington Bank of the present day was established in the year 1866 as P. W. Huntington & Company. The bank held by Huntington Bancshares Inc., based in Columbus, Ohio, provides various banking products and services in seven states of the U.S. and is supported with well over 350 banking locations.

The Huntington Bank has near about 1400 ATMs as well as a little more than 360 Banking branches in seven states in the U.S. The states are as follows :

  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania and
  • West Virginia.

Mergers and Acquisitions undergone by the Huntington Bank ever since its inception in 1866.
The Huntington Bank has over the years completed a huge number of significant mergers as well as acquisitions, which has added to its operating size and the number of its consumers dramatically. The important mergers and acquisitions of the Huntington Bank includes :

  • State Savings Bank & Trust Company in 1923
  • Hayden-Clinton National Bank of Columbus in the same year, that is, 1923
  • Market Exchange Bank Company in 1958
  • First National Bank of Grove City in 1962
  • The People’s Bank of Canal Winchester, the same year
  • Columbus Savings Bank in 1963
  • Northern Savings Bank, in 1963, the same year
  • Washington Savings Bank in 1967
  • Savings Bank Company in 1968
  • Farmers Bank of Ashland in the year 1969
  • In 1970, the Bank of Wood County Company,
  • the Lucas County State Bank, and
  • Lagonda National Bank of Springfield in 1970, that is, the same year
  • In the year 1971, First National Bank & Trust Company of Lima
  • The Woodville State Bank, and
  • The Portage National Bank
  • The First National Bank of Wadsworth in 1972, and
  • The First National Bank of Kenton in 1972 (the same year)
  • Alger Savings Bank in 1973
  • The Pickerington Bank in 1976
  • In 1977,the Bellefontaine National Bank
  • The Central National Bank of London, and
  • The Franklin National Bank, all in the same year, that is, 1977
  • Farmers & Merchants Bank in 1980
  • The First National Bank of Burton in 1980
  • In the year 1982, The Reeves Banking and Trust Company
  • The Union Commerce Corporation, the same year (that is, 1982)
  • First Macomb Bancorp, Inc., and First Banc Securities, Inc. in 1989
  • In 1990, First Home Federal Savings and Loan Association, renamed Huntington Federal Savings Bank
  • In the year 1993,Charter Oak Financial Corporation,
  • CB&T Financial Corporation,
  • Commerce Banc Corporation,
  • First Bancorp Indiana, Inc., and
  • Railroadmen’s Federal Savings and Loan Association.
  • Firstfed Northern Kentucky Bancorp, Inc., in 1994.
  • In the year 2000, Empire Banc Corporation
  • Haberer Registered Investment Advisor, in 2002
  • LeaseNet Group, also in 2002
  • Unizan Financial Corp. in 2006

Huntington Bank Personal Finance.
The Personal Finance services provided by the Huntington Bank are as follows :

  • Huntington Bank Personal Checking Accounts
  • Huntington Bank Personal Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit
  • Huntington Bank Online Services
  • Huntington Bank Loans
  • Huntington Bank Mortgages
  • Huntington Bank Credit Cards
  • Huntington Bank Investment services
  • Huntington Bank Insurance Policies
  • Huntington Bank Private Financial Group services.

Huntington Bank Business Finance.
The business and commerce related services provided by the Huntington Bank are as follows :

  • Huntington Bank Small Business services
  • Huntington Bank Commercial Services
  • Huntington Bank Trust Services
  • Huntington Bank Public Funds & Non-Profits services
  • Huntington Bank Commercial Online Services

The Huntington Bank as per the latest records is one of the leading Community banking service providers in the U.S. With its consumer friendly and innovative banking services and products, the Huntington Bank is set to achieve newer heights in its stride.

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