1st Source Bank, with assets of $3.4 billion dollars, is headquartered in South Bend, Indiana and serves local customers though a total of 64 banking centers in fifteen counties.
1st Source Bank traces its history back to two banks: the First National Bank of South Bend organized in 1863 and the Union Trust Company established in 1908. The two merged in 1922, and shortly thereafter assumed control of the Farmers Trust Comapny. During the Great Depression, Ernest Mr. Morris and Vincent Bendix managed a merger and recapitalization of the First National Bank and the two-year old Indiana Trust Company to form First Bank and Trust Company of South Bend. Known since 1981 as 1st Source Bank, we are proud to be the locally-owned community bank for the Northern Indiana/Southern Michigan region.
The key to 1st Source Bank's success remains the same today as it was in 1863 - serving customers well by combining innovative products and personal service to help them build their wealth.