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Private Banking Services

Special banking services.

Enjoy complimentary banking services, including:
 
• First Point interest checking account with no minimum balance requirements or monthly fees
• First Point checks and specialized debit card
• Personal assistance setting up online banking, online bill pay and online statements
• Unique First National Bank credit card with Rewards Program (upon approval)
• 3” x 5” safe deposit box or equivalent discount on larger box
• Foreign currency exchange
• $150 discount on mortgage loan closing costs
• Personal line of credit tied to checking account
• Personal annual financial review upon your request
 
Education opportunities.
First Point provides a variety of educational experiences to assist you in making knowledgeable financial decisions. These opportunities are exclusive to First Point clients.
 
Travel and social experiences.
Travel in style to unique destinations and experience upscale accommodations. We do all the work, you enjoy the escape. Gather a group of friends together and experience First Point travel and social outings with unique opportunities that include:
 
• Day Trips
• Nights on the Town Events
• Adventure Trips
• International Travel
• Customize Planned Events; available upon request
• Priority Theatre Tickets – CY Stephens and Civic Center Events
• Cocktail Receptions
 
Qualifications.
First National is with you at every point.
Whatever your life stage or financial picture, you have unique needs. The complexity of your life can change, which often requires a customized financial relationship. First Point Private Bankers are here to help you navigate through all of your needs, one-on-one, to customize solutions for you.
 
Qualifications:
Minimum of $50,000 in deposits; or
Minimum of $150,000 in annual income; or
Minimum of $250,000 in investable assets
 
For more information or to schedule a meeting, contact Tanya Anderson or Stacy Dreyer:
Tanya Anderson: 515-663-3009
Stacy Dreyer: 515-663-3075
PrivateBanking@FNBames.com

 

 

 

 

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