The National Bank of Indianapolis is headquartered in Indianapolis and is the 11th largest bank in the state of Indiana. It is also the 384th largest bank in the nation. It was established in 1993 and as of September of 2020, it had grown to 318 employees at 13 locations. The National Bank of Indianapolis has an A health rating.
I have had a good experience as a customer of National Bank of Indianapolis. I have used checking and savings accounts at this bank. I think their rates are pretty competitive and I feel like I am getting good service. Whenever I visit a teller, I am treated respectfully and my business is handled capably and quickly. They never have long lines, which I really appreciate. I would say that their online features are not as robust and user friendly as some of the bigger institutions, but they have enough online to do what I generally need to do without too much effort. They have a pretty good selection of branches for a local bank, but I'd like to see a few more added around the Indianapolis area. I've mostly used the One America and Carmel branches and never had a complaint about service there.
I used the National Bank of Indianapolis for most of my life (until I moved out of Indiana) and really enjoyed my experience. I held a savings account with them since before I was born (naturally, my parents opened it for me), and their interest rates helped me accumulate a decent sum over the time I kept my account there. Whenever I had questions, it was easy to just go to a branch and ask for help. The employees were always friendly and accommodating. As a child, I was still learning about what money meant and how banks worked, and whenever I went with my mom to do my banking, I learned a little about how the system worked and what the different aspects of my account (interest rate, balance, accrued interest etc.) meant. When it came time to close my account as I was leaving the state, the process was absolutely painless and nobody tried to guilt me into keeping my funds there, which I really appreciated. Overall, the National Bank of Indianapolis was a great resource for me and a bank I would definitely use again if I moved back to IN.
NBI does not make the process of maintaining loan accounts easy or client friendly. This is unfortunate, especially considering our history with the bank - considerable amounts borrowed, always current, history of fully paid loans. Feels as though we are being "nickel and dimed."
|FDIC Certificate #||33860|
|Return on Assets - YTD||0.91%|
|Return on Equity - YTD||11.54%|
|Annual Interest Income||$52.3MM|
|Assets and Liabilities|
|Assets||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$2.67B$2.15B|
|Loans||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$1.67B$1.45B|
|Deposits||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$2.27B$1.81B|
|Equity Capital||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$200.7MM$183.2MM|
|Loan Loss Allowance||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$19.7MM$16.5MM|
|Unbacked Noncurrent Loans||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$2.3MM$3.6MM|
|Real Estate Owned||Q3 2020vs Q3 2019||$15.00K$24.00K|
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