Open Directory Project: Business: Financial Services: Banking Services: Banks and Institutions: Regional: North America: United States: Vermont(12)
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- Brattleboro Savings and Loan – A small town bank since 1912, with branches in Brattleboro and Springfield.
- Chittenden Bank – Offering investment services, personal banking and small business banking.
- Citizens Bank of Vermont – Financial institution provides full service banking in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.
- Community National Bank – Offers banking services to the following Vermont counties: Orleans, Essex, and Caledonia.
- CT Trust Services – Provider of trust services, a division of Circle Trust Company.
- Factory Point National Bank – Community bank provides consumer and business services in southern Vermont.
- Lyndonville Savings Bank – Community bank provides banking services for the Lyndonville area.
- Merchants Bank – Community bank offers full service banking to Burlington, Vermont.
- Northfield Savings Bank – Privately-owned community bank operates eight branch locations in Vermont.
- Passumpsic Savings Bank – Residential, consumer and commercial lending, deposit services, trust, and investment services.
- Union Bank – Serves the Lamoille Valley area of Central Vermont. Offers personal, commercial, small business loans, home mortgages, Internet banking, ATM, and telephone banking.
- Vermont National Bank – Offering banking, trust, and investment services to businesses, nonprofits and individuals in Vermont.
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