Users' questions

What happened to the First National Bank of Chicago?

What happened to the First National Bank of Chicago?

Over the years, the bank operated under several names including The First National Bank of Chicago and First Chicago NBD (following its 1995 merger with the former National Bank of Detroit)….First Chicago Bank.

Trade name First Chicago Bank
Defunct 1995 as holding company 1998 as banking brand
Fate Merged with Banc One Corporation

What banks have failed?

Failed Bank List

Bank NameBank CityCity Closing DateClosing
The Enloe State Bank Cooper May 31, 2019
Washington Federal Bank for Savings Chicago December 15, 2017
The Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Argonia Argonia October 13, 2017
Fayette County Bank Saint Elmo May 26, 2017

When did First National Bank of Chicago merge with FCC?

Illinois law did not permit the merger of most of the acquired banks into the First National Bank of Chicago until as late as 1993. To strengthen its credit card business, First Chicago acquired Delaware-based Beneficial National Bank USA in 1987 and renamed it FCC National Bank.

What’s the phone number for First National Bank?

For a directory of departments call: 1-833-BANK-FNB. (1-833-226-5362) For assistance with bank accounts, online access, or debit cards call: 1-800-555-5455. 8 AM – 9 PM Mon – Fri.

When did the First National Bank of Chicago Open?

First Chicago received National Bank charter No. 8. The new bank known as The First National Bank of Chicago, or The First, grew steadily in the 1860s, financing the American Civil War.

When did first Chicago NBD merge with Banc One?

In April 1998 First Chicago NBD announced a $30 billion merger with Banc One Corporation of Columbus, Ohio. Bank One was also a leading issuer of credit cards through its First USA division. Following the merger, the company was renamed Bank One Corporation, headquartered in Chicago. The First Chicago and NBD names were retired in 1999.