The Monmouth National Bank, as it was originally known, was first organized on September 9, 1870. The Monmouth National Bank survived the financial panic of 1873 brought on by the Great Chicago Fire, and emerged in 1878 as one of the strong banks of the Midwest. During the 1890s, the bank was severely tested by a long, severe recession, but the bank rode out the storm, reorganized and emerged with the new name of The National Bank of Monmouth in 1890.
From our early roots as The National Bank of Monmouth to our current family of Midwest Bank of Western Illinois locations, one thing has remained constant: our commitment to our customers and the communities which we serve. We have the innovative products and services and cutting-edge technology typically offered by bigger banks, all the while keeping in mind the local roots from which we first started. Throughout the years, our goal has always been to provide excellent customer service, while creating personal relationships.
Interest rates are unknown at this time
|Monthly Maintenance Fee||$0.00|
|Account Opening Fee||Unknown|
|Account Closing Fee||Unknown|
* $3.00 monthly service charge if daily balance goes below $100.00
|Website||Midwest Bank of Western Illinois's HSA Website|
|Address||200 East Broadway
Monmouth, IL 61462