About Farmers Trust & Savings Bank (FTSB)

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Your Community Bank for More than 100 Years

FTSB has been serving the banking needs of north central Iowa for more than 100 years. Over that time, we have grown to operate banks in two states, all while maintaining a dedication to the people, business owners and farmers in the communities we serve.

Meet Our Staff

The staff at any our five FTSB offices can help you find the personal, business and ag banking services you need.

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Meet Our Board of Directors

The FTSB Board of Director’s is responsible for setting the bank’s direction.

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History

Learn how FTSB started as one bank in Buffalo Center, and grew over the years to have five bank offices in north central Iowa and south central Minnesota.

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Letter from the President

Read a welcome message from FTSB’s president, Brian Vander Wilt.

 

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Community Involvement

Employees at FTSB serve our community each year in various ways – through schools, community events and church activities. In 2014, over 3,500 hours were served by 49 employees.

 

Statement of Condition

Review our year end statement of condition, including assets and liabilities.

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Blog

The FTSB blog features information on a variety of financial topics and events to help you with saving, budgeting and more.

Newsletter

Keep up-to-date on what’s going on at FTSB with our bi-monthly newsletter.

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FAQs

Have a question about a product or service offered by FTSB? Visit our frequently asked questions page to see if we can answer your question.

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Ley Foundation

Learn more about how Bill Ley’s legacy is continued through various donations each year.
 

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2016 Calendar Contest

Enter a scenic photo of northern Iowa or southern Minnesota for the possibility of being featured in the FTSB 2016 calendar.
 

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Earn ‘A’ Scholarship

Students graduating from a school district in a community served by FTSB can apply for a scholarship to be used during their freshman year of college.

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