First Merchants Bank is providing free community shred days! Protect your identity and clean out your home or office at the same time.
First Merchants employees and their family pose for a group photo during the Lake County March of Dimes fundraiser.
GREENWOOD, Ind. – First Merchants Bank, a subsidiary of First Merchants Corporation, recently broke ground for a new retail banking center at 901 South State Road 135 in Greenwood, Ind.
The new banking center will consolidate three current locations – 18 Providence Drive, 996 South State Road 135 and 648 Treybourne Drive – into a larger, more accessible one.
MUNCIE, Ind. - First Merchants Corporation (NASDAQ: FRME) successfully completed its previously announced merger with C Financial Corporation, of Columbus, Ohio on Friday, April 17, 2015. In connection with the merger, Cooper State Bank has also merged with and into First Merchants Bank. The combined First Merchants Bank has 112 banking centers in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio and approximately $6.0 billion in assets, $4.0 billion in loans, $4.7 billion in deposits, and total shareholders’ equity of $740 million.
According to an online statement from the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) and the FBI, nearly 2,000 individuals have fallen victim to a wire payment scam across 45 countries, which has led to an estimated loss of $215 million.
In response to the wire payment scam, law enforcement agencies are issuing a widespread warning about a large scale operation that is tricking employees at both small and large businesses, called the Business Email Compromise.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - On January 15th 2015, Commerce National Bank welcomed Dr. Michael Hicks, PhD, from Ball State University to speak on National, Midwest and Local economic trends for the year. The event was hosted at the Ohio 4H Center on the OSU Campus and breakfast was catered by Made From Scratch.
MUNCIE, Ind. - The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has issued a phishing warning regarding the following excerpt:
Fictitious correspondence, allegedly issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) regarding funds purportedly under the control of the OCC and possibly other government entities, is in circulation. Correspondence may be distributed via email, fax, or postal mail.