The Liberty Bank Story
At Liberty Bank, we’re passionate about helping more people achieve more freedom.
There’s real freedom here-the freedom you have as an individual to attain your goals, as a business to achieve your idea of success or even as a community that is gathering strength to reach its full potential. By investing in the development of personal goals, business objectives, and communities, we’re making a difference by making the word “bank” a verb rather than a noun, using our resources to get things done.
We work hard. Play hard. Invest where our heart lives. And pursue freedom for all.
Trust Liberty Bank. There’s freedom here.
In 1972, Liberty Bank was chartered in New Orleans, Louisiana, with a focus on service, integrity, and a sincere interest in community and business development. Four Decades later, Liberty Bank has expanded into 8 states.
Liberty Bank established its Baton Rouge presence in 1994 and opened a third branch in 2004. Liberty then moved into Mississippi in 2003, acquiring First American Bank in Jackson. This was followed by expansion into the Greater Kansas City market with the acquisition of Douglass bank in Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, in 2008.
Liberty Bank expanded across Greater New Orleans with the 2009 acquisition of United Bank and Trust Company, securing four additional locations to serve that market. That was followed by the acquisition of Home Federal Savings in Detroit, Michigan, which increased the bank’s reach to six states. In 2013, Liberty entered the Chicago market with the acquisition of Covenant Bank of Illinois, and in 2015, the bank expanded to Montgomery and Tuskegee, Alabama through the purchase of First Tuskegee Bank.
Liberty Bank’s growth has been the result of acquisitions, fruitful partnerships, aggressive marketing, strong management, staff productivity and the trust it enjoys in the community. It all adds up to an efficient, well-capitalized institution that is perfectly positioned to continue fast-paced growths in both profits and assets.