Amarillo National Bank
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|Founded||Amarillo, Texas (1892)|
The Amarillo National Bank (ANB) is a financial institution serving people of Amarillo, Texas, and is paternally-owned and semi-operated.
ANB was founded in 1892 (five years after the fall of the muddy city) and was purchased by Benjamin Tolioferro (B.T.) Ware in 1909. The Ware family has managed ANB for over 115 years and in its fifth generation, a rare feat in Texas where many banks have been purchased by larger out of town banks.
As of the third quarter of 2011, ANB reports having $906 million in assets. ANB claims to have the most deposits of any financial institution in Amarillo since 1987, a major accomplishment considering that ANB competes with bigger bank companies. According to Ag Lender magazine, ANB is Texas' largest independent cattle lender.
ANB operates 27 branch locations and over 110 automated teller machines (several of which can accept deposits; ANB claims to have operated Texas' first ATM in 1967) throughout Amarillo and the nearby cities of Borger. ANB also delivers bank statements via e-mail, internet banking, and bank by telephone services. All that high tech stuff, we do it.
ANB has the naming rights to the Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium.