Exchange Bank first opened its doors on June 3, 1903 at 120 West Hancock Street in downtown Milledgeville. We’ve been providing banking services for over 111 years, and plan to continue offering new and advanced products and services for centuries to come. Through our founder, Mr. Otto M. Conn, and our first President, Mr. John Conn, Exchange Bank has exhibited stability and longevity enabling your bank to survive depressions, wars, and periods and economic upheaval.
During these past 111 years, so much has changed. We’ve come a long way from ledger sheets and hand posted journals to ATM’s, electronic checks, mobile banking, e-statements, and internet banking. Technology is advancing so quickly and Exchange Bank prides itself on staying on top of the technology world to provide the most up-to-date products and services for our customers.
On our home screen of our website, you can click on the box to get all the details you need to get started with mobile banking and E-statements. It’s truly banking at your fingertips…..wherever, whenever. We are also excited to announce our newest site where our Lake Sinclair Branch will be constructed during 2015-2016, located in the Kroger Shopping Center on Highway 441 North in Milledgeville.
Our New Horizons Travel Club continues to plan exciting trips and travels for 2015 and beyond. Check us out on our Facebook page to learn about our upcoming travel plans, as well as following our club members through photos and posts while they are in route to their destinations.
Exchange Investment Services, Inc., continues to be available to offer full brokerage services and investment options to new and existing customers.
So many changes continue to take place in the banking world today, and Exchange Bank is committed to staying on top of the technology curve to provide our customers with state-of-the-art products and services. Come see why Exchange Bank is second to none!
Henry J. Pope, Jr.
President and Chief Executive Officer
* There are no fees for Exchange Bank mobile banking, but data usage and SMS fees may be assessed from your cellular service provider.