Top Banks in Indiana

The top largest banks in Indiana (US) are Old National Bancorp, 1st Source Bank, First Merchants Bank, Lake City Bank, Centier Bank, among others.

Old National Bancorp is the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana. It is one of the top 25 best performing banks in the nation according to a comprehensive Forbes Magazine ranking of the nation's 100 largest banks. Old National Bancorp was also the highest-rated bank on the Forbes list in Indiana and Kentucky. The list was published on December 20, 2010, in a article titled “America's Best and Worst Banks”.

1st Source Bank is ranked No. 1 among all banks in the state for the number of Small Business Administration, (SBA), 504 loans closed during the last fiscal year, according to SBA figures. 1st Source received the No. 1 ranking out of more than 120 active SBA lenders in the state.

First Merchants Corporation is the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Central Indiana. It offers a range of services including consumer banking, mortgage banking, business banking, cash management services, wealth management and insurance. First Merchants Bank serves Adams, Brown, Delaware, Fayette, Hamilton, Hendricks, Henry, Howard, Jay, Johnson, Marion, Madison, Miami, Morgan, Randolph, Union, Wabash, and Wayne counties in Indiana, as well as Butler County, Ohio.

Lake City Bank is the third oldest of the State-chartered banks in Indiana and the oldest in Kosciusko County. Lake City Bank has been a subsidiary of Lakeland Financial Corporation since the 1990s. The bank provides a comprehensive range of financial services including commercial and retail banking, trust and investment management, and brokerage services.

Centier Bank tops the list of 2010's “Best Places to Work in Indiana” by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. This is the fourth year in a row that it has been listed among the top 10 employers in the state and the first time that it has topped the list. Additionally, Centier has been named “Best Bank for Business” by Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly magazine.

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