The Old Fort Banking Company Seeks To Open Financial Center In Xenia

Old Fort 88 S Progress DrThe Old Fort Banking Company announced that it has applied to establish a financial center in Xenia, Ohio at 88 South Progress Drive.  The building, which was originally built and opened in 2003 for a local credit union, has a long history as a banking destination.

Subject to regulatory approval, the proposed financial center would represent Old Fort’s 10th location in Ohio, and the second in Greene County, joining the Sugarcreek Township location.

Dave Walton“Adding a comprehensive range of banking services to the Xenia market reinforces Old Fort’s commitment to the local community and to Greene County,” said Dave Walton, Executive Vice President & Chief Lending Officer of Old Fort Bank.  “It will enhance our ability to better serve more of the community and the businesses in the heart of the county.”

The proposed financial center will offer full-service banking, a drive up ATM, 2 drive-thru teller lanes and various other banking related services. The office will feature a consultative setting for client meetings as well as modern and convenient banking technologies.  Old Fort is targeting a fall opening.

Established in 1916, the employee owned bank has assets totaling approximately $530 million and operates through a community banking model that is the foundation for local decision making and provides the basis for client service that is reliable, responsive and competent.  The Old Fort Banking Company proudly serves Allen, Greene, Hancock, Sandusky, Seneca and Wood Counties, with financial centers in Bettsville, Clyde, Findlay, Fostoria, Fremont, Old Fort, Tiffin and Sugarcreek Township.  Old Fort operates a commercial loan production office in Lima and also has a mortgage loan production facility in Xenia.  Old Fort is a recognized leader in community banking throughout the area in assisting members of the community, including local businesses and corporations.        

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