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Illinois National Bank

Illinois National Bank, a community bank, provides a range of traditional banking products and services to individuals, businesses, and government entities. It offers personal banking products and services that include checking accounts, order checks, savings and money market accounts, credit and debit cards, and mortgage and personal loans; certificate of deposit, individual retirement accounts, and U.S. savings bonds; safe deposit box services; and trust services.

The company’s business banking products and services include checking accounts, order checks, and savings/money market accounts; account reconciliation/positive pay, automated clearing house cash concentration, online cash management, commercial Visa cards, direct deposit of payroll, electronic data interchange, image/data warehouse, lock box, and remote deposit capturing services; and lines of credit, term loans, small business administration loans, and construction loans.

It also offers agriculture loans, auto loans, commercial loans, construction loans, and home equity. Illinois National Bank was formerly known as The First National Bank of Fairmount and changed its name to Illinois National Bank in June 1999. The company was founded in 1905 and is based in Springfield, Illinois with branches in Springfield, Chatham, Riverton, and Pleasant Plains. Illinois National Bank operates as a subsidiary of Illinois National Bancorp, Inc.