Kokomo-based Community First Bank of Indiana has opened its first branch in Indianapolis. The new location is the bank’s seventh branch and fourth to open since 2019.
The bank says the branch, located at 93rd and Meridian streets on the city’s north side, provides both personal and business banking and lending services.
“While many banks have been closing doors and moving away from in-person banking services, CFB is committed to keeping outstanding customer service, local decision-making, and relationship-building at its core,” Romhaad Davis, business banking center manager at Community First, said in a news release.
Community First, which will mark its 20th anniversary next year, also has three branches in Kokomo, two in Westfield and one in Noblesville.
The bank says it plans to hold a public grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting in May with officials from the Indy Chamber and OneZone Chamber.
Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly mentioned the new branch was the bank’s first to open since 2019.