Louisiana National Bank was originally chartered as First National Bank in 1905 in Arcadia, Bienville Parish, Louisiana. We are proud of our 100-plus years of service to the people of our surrounding communities. Louisiana National Bank is also very proud to be locally owned and operated, which allows us to give personalized and prompt service to our customers.
The bank survived many generations, including good times, bad times, the Depression era, a near hold-up by Bonnie & Clyde, and lastly, the bank acquisition trend that swept across Louisiana and the nation.
Starting in 2000, the bank expanded its offices to include locations in Farmerville, Ruston (3), and West Monroe. In the fall of 2014, we broke ground on our banking office located at the corner of 18th Street and Hudson Lane in Monroe. Most recently, we have expanded into the Capital Region with the opening of our Baton Rouge facility on Corporate Boulevard. In conjunction with the expansion into Baton Rouge in 2021, the bank was renamed Louisiana National Bank. This name change further solidifies our commitment to our entire state.
Louisiana National Bank - Uncommon Banking. Uncommon in our commitment to Main Street, not Wall Street. Uncommon in our appreciation for the communities we serve. And uncommon in our stability—not just as a bank, but as a trusted friend to generations of families and businesses across Louisiana.
As a full service banking institution for over 100 years, Louisiana National Bank is dedicated to promoting the economic vitality of the regions we serve, while employing the latest changes and advancements in the industry. While keeping our core services intact, we are dedicated to providing conveniences to save our customers their hard-earned time in addition to their hard-earned money. Our sister company, The Ensure Agency, provides insurance options for a wide range of needs and is located within our facilities to further add to your convenience.
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