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Horizon is a community bank serving Northern and Central Indiana and Central and Southwest Michigan. Our focus is to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice. This philosophy is what has kept us operating under our original charter and growing stronger than ever since 1873.
As a business owner, you have unique financial needs.
Horizon Bank announces The Central National Bank & Trust in Attica Indiana and Horizon have merged.
Horizon announced a series of balance sheet restructuring transactions that are expected to improve its overall financial position, including an increase in net interest margin, return on average assets, and return on average equity.
A well-rounded approach to retirement planning will help ensure that you have money to last the rest of your life. But every investment involves risk
Kathie DeRuiter, Executive Vice President, Senior Operations Officer of Horizon Bank, N.A., is pleased to announce the promotion of Reilly Robison to Assistant Vice President, Treasury Management Operations Officer, of our Michigan City, Indiana office.
Horizon Bank is pleased to announce a donation to LaGrange County 4-H in LaGrange, Indiana. The donation, in the amount of $1,000, was presented by Joe Walter, Market President of LaGrange County.
Horizon Bank announces donation to Compassion Pregnancy Center in LaGrange, Indiana. The donation, in the amount of $1,000, was presented by Joe Walter, Market President of LaGrange County to Mari Bowers, Executive Director of Compassion Pregnancy Center on November 2nd.
The rapidly changing technology makes it easier and faster than ever to buy practically anything we need, without ever leaving home.
Kathie DeRuiter, Executive Vice President, Senior Operations Officer of Horizon Bank, N.A., is pleased to announce the promotion of Stephanie Fisher to Assistant Vice President, Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Fraud, of our Michigan City, Indiana office.
If you have the means to give charitably, your good deed can pay you back with special tax incentives. Donations can result in a tax deduction, help you avoid capital gains taxes, and minimize estate taxes after your death.
As a business owner, your company’s credit score matters. It’s this score that will help determine whether you can get small-business loans, or whether you can get them at a good interest rate.