Company Overview of First State Bank of Porter
First State Bank of Porter provides personal and business banking services. Its personal banking services include personal checking accounts, personal savings accounts, personal loans, certificates of deposit, and individual retirement accounts. The company’s business banking services comprise business checking accounts and business loans. In addition, it offers debit cards and credit cards; Visa/MasterCard merchant service programs; and online banking, mobile banking, and other services. The company was founded in 1920 and is based in Porter, Indiana. It has branches in Porter, The Pines, and Chesterton, Indiana. First State Bank of Porter operates as a subsidiary of BMO Financial Corp.
230 Lincoln Street
Porter, IN 46304
Founded in 1920
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