JCBank Expands into Greenwood – Indianapolis Business Journal
Seymour-based Jackson County Bank, known as JCBank, plans to open a banking center in the Swartz Crossing development of Greenwood.
The bank said the nearly 5,000 square foot branch will be its 12th in the state and the first in Johnson County.
In addition to personal banking services, the banking center will offer commercial and mortgage loans, as well as wealth management services. JCBank said it plans to support growth with its wealth management and mortgage lending divisions.
“We appreciate the trust the community has placed in our dedicated team and our banking approach, enabling us to expand our investment with the construction of this banking center,” JCBank Chairman Marvin Veatch said in a statement. hurry. “As major regional banks close their branches and place less emphasis on in-person banking, the JCBank team is dedicated to implementing its relationship-centric and customer-focused approach.”
The branch should open by the end of the year.
JCBank has several branches in Seymour, North Vernon, Bedford, Bloomington, Brownstown and Columbus. The origin of the company dates back to 1900, when it opened as the Jackson County Loan & Trust Co. with an initial capital of $25,000. She now has assets of over $625,000.