Open Directory Project: Business: Financial Services: Banking Services: Banks and Institutions: Regional: North America: United States: South Carolina (21)
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- AgFirst Farm Credit Bank – An agricultural lender in the eastern United States and Puerto Rico.
- Bank of South Carolina – Offer full service personal and business banking throughout the state.
- Bank of Walterboro – Community bank based in Walterboro with branches in Ridgeland and Ravenel; includes details on personal and commercial services, loans, and online banking.
- Branch Banking and Trust (BB&T) – Banking services (i.e. checking, savings, and investments) to help meet future financial goals from Anderson to Yemassee, SC.
- Carolina Bank – Full service personal and business bank serving 11 communities, offering traditional, telephone, and on-line banking.
Carolina First – Financial institution provides individual and business accounts throughout North Carolina. Coastal Federal Bank – Savings and loan holding company with subsidiaries which perform savings bank operations, mortgage banking and other related financial activities. Locations throughout the Myrtle Beach metro area.
- Conway National Bank (CNB) – Locally owned and managed institution providing banking and financial services to individuals and small businesses. Includes profile, locations, and employment opportunities.
- County Bank – Community bank operating six locations in Greenwood; includes details on business and personal financial services, locations, and online banking.
The Exchange Bank – Independent, full-service financial institution; includes details onpersonal and business banking services, calculators, and account access. Located in Estill.
- Farmers and Merchants Bank – Holly Hill based institution with branches throughout Orangeburg and Dorchester counties; includes bank history, calculators, details on business and personal services, and locations.
- First Citizens Bank – Provides commercial banking and related financial products and services through more than 130 offices in 88 communities throughout South Carolina.
First Federal – Charleston based, full service financial institution; offers online banking and details on personal, business, and mortgage products.
- First National Bank of South Carolina – Descriptions of products and services offered by this community bank. Based in Holly Hill with locations in Goose Creek, Eutawville, Harleyville, and Ridgeville.
- First Reliance Bank – Offers details on personal and business services, loans, Internet banking, and investor information; located in Florence.
National Bank of South Carolina – A member of the Synovus Financial Corp. family of companies, NBSC is a full service bank currently serving 26 communities in South Carolina from 43 locations and is the second largest bank within the Synovus network.
- Palmetto Bank – Community bank that provides banking services to upstate South Carolina.
The Peoples National Bank – Community-oriented bank provides the financial needs of Easley, Pickens, and Greenville, South Carolina. South Carolina Bank and Trust – Offers details on banking and lending services in the Rock Hill, Columbia, and Bluffton areas.
- Southcoast Community Bank – Provides details on banking, insurance, and investment services; based in Mt. Pleasant with branches in Charleston, Moncks Corner, and Johns Island.
- South State Bank – A bank built on customer service and communities offering personal checking, savings, and lending throughout South Carolina.
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