The History Of Bank of Anguilla
Bank of Anguilla's history dates back to its charter in 1904 when local businessmen and farmers came together out of a desire to create a financial institution focused on the economic well-being of the South Delta of Mississippi. Bank of Anguilla has endured the challenging times of the Flood of 1927 and the Great Depression, and has prevailed as a strong, well-capitalized hometown, independent bank.
The mission of Bank of Anguilla remains to achieve economic success and financial security by building relationships through trust, confidence and integrity as we provide excellent service to the people of this area. Most of our shareholders have ties to the Bank's service area, thereby closely aligning the Bank's goals with those of the area we serve. As technology enables the expansion of service areas without the need for brick and mortar offices, Bank of Anguilla is pleased to offer financial services beyond its two-county trade area with its same commitment to quality customer relationships.
Bank of Anguilla is committed to building better communities by improving the quality of life in the communities we serve. What are some of the ways Bank of Anguilla puts this philosophy into action?
- Financial contributions to further community endeavors and help sustain facilities such as the local library, Visitors Center & Museum and local hospital, to name a few
- A 31-year sponsorship of Love Lights a Tree to benefit the American Cancer Society
- Providing free financial education through A Banker in Every Classroom and Financial Boot Camp programs
- Encouraging the spirit of volunteerism in its employees. Our staff and management can be found actively participating in schools, churches and civic organizations as well as contributing visible leadership in festivals, community events and improvement projects.
Bank of Anguilla gives high priority to supporting the community in ways that have a meaningful and lasting impact.
Our routing number is: 065302675