FNB&Trust Earns 5-Star Stability And Strength Rating

September 30, 2009

The First National Bank & Trust in Atmore has been awarded a 5-Star Superior Rating for the fifth consecutive quarter.

The 5-start rating for financial strength and stability is the highest rating from BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation’s bank rating firm for over a quarter century. The rating is based upon the overall financial strength of the bank; the 5-Start rating denotes the First National Bank & Trust as been among the strongest banks in the nations, according to BauerFinancial.

“There’s an old adage that says no press is bad press, but if you’ve seen the banking news over the past year or two, you know this isn’t always true,” notes Karen L. Dorway, president of BaeurFinancial. “That’s why it’s so important today to share some good banking news, and First National Bank & Trust makes it easy. First National Bank & Trust is a model community bank. You should be proud to call it your bank.”

First National Bank & Trust was established in 1915 and has been serving the banking needs of Atmore and surrounding areas for 94 years. It operates through four conveniently located offices in Atmore and Excel and can also be found on the internet at www.fnbandt.com.In addition to earning the 5-Star designation for five consective quarters, the bank has received “recommended” status for 81 consecutive quarters.

BauerFinancial is an independent bank and credit union ranking and research firm. Financial institutions do not pay for their ratings.

Comments

One Response to “FNB&Trust Earns 5-Star Stability And Strength Rating”

  1. NHS Mom on September 30th, 2009 7:18 am

    I like the First National Bank of Atmore. Been there a while. They treat me nice, and when it comes to a loan, they looked at me and my situation instead of just my credit score. They knew why I had problems on my credit report from medical bills, and they knew I would pay them back. I like a human making loan decisions.

    PLus they are nicer people.





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