International Bank is Now InBank!

InBank press release 4/10/2019

International Bank is now InBank and celebrates 101 years in business this week! The new name reflects the 100-year legacy of International Bank with a modern vision for the future.

International Bank was established in Raton, NM on April 9, 1918 by Joe DiLisio, a young Italian immigrant, to meet the needs of business owners and individuals in the community who had immigrated from 28 different countries. Today, the InBank name carries on the founding notion of ‘inclusion’ as a community bank committed to strengthening local communities and providing a foundation of support for customers.

We are proud to carry on the legacy of International Bank, which was founded by Mr. DiLisio on the notion of inclusivity. Today, the InBank name represents that same idea of inclusion and trusted relationships with our customers,” says Ed Francis, CEO, InBank and InBankshares. “As we celebrate the 101 birthday of the bank this week, we intend to carry on the entrepreneurial spirit that the bank was founded on and live out our mission to positively impact the lives of our customers, communities and associates as a relationship-driven community bank.”


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