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Community National Bank, VisionBank finalize merger
06/10/2022

(MSC News)--Community National Bank (CNB) announces the finalization of the VisionBank merger, creating a larger footprint in the state of Kansas.

The expanded office locations will enable CNB to offer more services to existing customers and serve a larger customer base throughout Kansas.

Founded in 1984, Community National Bank (CNB)  has approximately $900 million in assets with seven locations serving the Kansas communities of Seneca, Tonganoxie, Basehor, Sabetha, Topeka, and Overland Park and is a Federal Charter regulated by the Office of the Comptroller of Currency. CNB prides themselves on delivering a level of customer care and dedication unmatched in the industry with consistency and community spirit.  The addition of the VisionBank staff and locations represent those same characteristics.

CNB is constantly looking for innovative products and services to meet customers banking needs. CNB Customers can take advantage of products and services such as Zelle®, CardValet®, online account opening, and more. CNB offers a full range of electronic, deposit, and investment management services, as well as business, agriculture, commercial real estate, C & I, construction, residential and consumer loans with both Commercial and Mortgage departments to serve customers better.

Additionally, CNB Custody, a division of Community National Bank, provides custody services for Roth, Traditional, and SEP IRAs as well as non-qualified accounts. This division, located in Seneca, Kansas, holds customer accounts in all 50 states and specializes in the administration and custody of non-traded assets such as REITS, real estate, private placements, stocks, bonds, cryptocurrency and more. In addition, customers also have access to Invisor, an affiliated wealth management company for all financial planning needs.  

Dorsey Hall, CEO/President, stated, “I am excited and very proud of how the teams, at both CNB and VisionBank, collaborated in this joint venture of taking two successful banks and joining organizations to create one customer centric financial services company.  It has truly been amazing! Our team has worked feverishly to create online access to most of our banking services. I am so excited for our customers, existing, new, and future, to experience our enhanced products and services.  These accomplishments demonstrate the professional level of the joint team and their ability to deliver the ultimate customer experience.”

Previous VisionBank locations in Topeka and Overland Park are now Community National Bank.  Although the name and ownership have changed, customers can expect to be greeted by same friendly faces they have grown accustomed to.  Community National Bank is committed to providing exceptional customer service, being a welcoming hometown community bank, and providing the services of products that make banking easier for customers.

CNB welcomes all community members to come experience the unique hometown feel with big bank services. We remain small enough to know you, and big enough to help you. Visit one of our locations or view information about products and services online at www.bankoncnb.com.  

 

 

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