At InterBank, we use our resources to support the individuals, companies, and communities we serve. We commit to personal and corporate integrity. We aspire to customer and company profitability. And we work to foster a positive, rewarding and inclusive workplace.
Today, InterBank operates more than 40 locations throughout Texas and Oklahoma, and has assets of more than $4 billion. We aim to provide outstanding service, meet the needs of our customers and communities, and contribute to the economic well-being of our region. Our employees are committed to providing a high level of personal and professional customer service in a community bank setting, while maintaining our commitment to personal integrity, and community involvement.
Strategic growth built on a strong foundation.
Olney Bancshares of Texas, Inc. was formed as a holding company to purchase its first bank, the First National Bank of Olney in Olney, TX.
A series of strategic acquisitions took place in Texas with the purchase of community banks in Seymour, Coleman, Graham, Breckenridge, Canadian, Childress, Borger, Vega, Stinnett, Panhandle, Follett, and Friona.
The holding company first enters the Oklahoma market by acquiring a group of banks in Enid, Hennessey, Kingfisher, El Reno, and Oklahoma City.
Acquired InterBank and its 5 locations in Clinton, Sayre, Elk City, and Hobart, OK. Acquired Union Bank and its five OKC metro locations.
Olney Bancshares consolidated 10 banks and 30 locations into a single charter named InterBank.
InterBank acquired locations in Guthrie, OK.
InterBank acquired Town & Country Bank and its 5 Texas locations in Stephenville, Granbury, Glen Rose, Bluff Dale, and Aledo.
InterBank acquired Park Cities Bank and its 4 locations in Dallas and Fort Worth.
InterBank acquired First National Bank of Throckmorton, TX, as well as banks in Grapevine, Waxahachie, Red Oak and Midlothian, TX, and Yukon, OK.