The Caisse d’Epargne Terre Haute will become “The Caisse d’Epargne de la Ville de origin” in February 2022.
Terre Haute Savings Bank Chairman Bart Colwell announced the change on Friday, saying it emphasizes the bank’s commitment to the individual communities it serves.
“The Caisse d’Épargne Terre Haute has been an integral part of the fabric of Terre Haute since 1869,” Colwell said in a press release. communities of Brazil, Riley and West Terre Haute. With this growth, we believe that now is the right time for our bank’s name to reflect its continued commitment to serving our hometown of Terre Haute, where the bank’s charter will always remain, in addition to each community in which THSB operates. “
He added, “THSB is the same bank with the same staff. We have significant recognition of the THSB brand among our customers, and our new name will allow us to maintain this familiarity with the THSB brand for our customers.
Colwell said he will receive the same personalized service from THSB that they are used to. They will keep their same account numbers, direct deposits and withdrawals will take place in the same account as usual, the bank’s ABA routing and transit number will not change and customers will continue to use their current reserve. checks.
The new name simply emphasizes all of the communities where THSB operates, now and in the future, THSB’s hometown banking legacy acquired over 152 years ago, he said.
THSB provides traditional commercial, mortgage, retail and trust banking services, as well as digital and online banking services, to customers in 8 locations including North Terre Haute, West Terre Haute, Southside location on the highway 41, 25th and Poplar, Westminster Village, Brazil, and Riley in addition to its main office at 533 Ohio Street.