The First National Bank of Sandoval, a leading financial institution serving the community for more than 113 years, is pleased to announce its forthcoming name transition to Midwest National Bank, effective October 2, 2023.
This strategic decision reflects the bank’s continued growth, expansion, and commitment to providing exceptional financial services to its valued customers across the region. While the bank’s name will change, all aspects of its operations, including leadership, ownership, employees, account information, and routing numbers, will remain unaltered. The transition to Midwest National Bank will not result in any disruption or interruption to any services currently provided by the bank.
“We are excited to embark on this new chapter as Midwest National Bank,” said Karen Smith, Chairwoman of the Board of Directors at The First National Bank of Sandoval.
Dax Garrison, President and CEO of The First National Bank of Sandoval added, “Our commitment to delivering exceptional service, personalized attention, and innovative financial solutions to our customers will remain unwavering throughout this transition. We believe that the new name reflects our expanding presence and our vision for the future.”
Customers can expect a seamless transition, as the bank will automatically update all account information to reflect the new name. There will be no need for customers to take any action, and their existing account and routing numbers will remain unchanged. Additionally, the bank’s branches, ATMs, online banking platform, and customer support channels will continue to be fully operational, ensuring uninterrupted access to banking services.
Midwest National Bank will build upon the strong foundation established by The First National Bank of Sandoval and will continue to prioritize local community involvement, supporting local businesses, and fostering economic growth. The bank remains committed to providing a wide range of financial products and services tailored to the unique needs of individuals, families, and businesses in the region.