What’s new at First Exchange Bank

  • First Exchange Bank Partners with Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

    May 2014: Start off on the right foot with your business finances. With First Exchange Bank on your side, you can build a banking relationship that will grow with your business — from the day you first start the loan process. Maximize your business opportunities, and spend less time on your banking, with financial solutions tailored for your new business.

  • Spring is the Time of Plans and Projects

    March 2014: Spring is here, and First Exchange Bank is eager to meet all of your financial needs. As we head into warmer weather, we will begin to work on home improvement projects, purchase new homes, go car shopping, or even start a new building project, such as Gregg and Heidi Metheny, owners of Scott Properties and builders of the above Wedgewood Lofts. Gregg and Heidi commented: “We’ve found over the past 10 years that relationship banking is a stronghold First Exchange Bank remains true to even during the cyclical changes in the economy and market conditions.

  • First Exchange Bank Focuses on Success

    January 31, 2014: First Exchange Bank celebrated our 19th annual Groundhog Day breakfast at the Robert Mollohan Research Center in Fairmont. Nationally known motivational speaker Morris Morrison served as the guest speaker for the event. The theme of this year’s breakfast was Forecasting Your Success.

    A record crowd of 260 people attended the event which showcased First Exchange Bank’s commitment to success through innovation, hard work, and leadership.

  • First Exchange Bank Takes Leadership Role

    January 2014: First Exchange Bank’s Chairman of the Board of Directors James Boyers (left) and Vice Chairman William Yoho (right) present a $1,100 check to Colleen Morris of the Mannington Food Pantry. The contribution by First Exchange Bank’s Board of Directors was made in memory of our past members who have embraced the bank’s core values, including a passion for serving our customers and communities.

  • First Exchange Bank is Proud to Salute Our Veterans

    November 2013: First Exchange Bank is profoundly grateful for and deeply indebted to all members of the military, past and present, for their service. Therefore, it proudly dedicates the month of November to honoring our nation’s veterans and current members of the United States Armed Forces. Some of these brave men and women were drafted during times of need, while others joined voluntarily.

  • First Exchange Bank Goes Pink

    October 31, 2013: To recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month, employees of First Exchange Bank participated in our First Pink Out. The “Pink Out” was deemed to be a great success. To date First Exchange Bank and their employees have raised over $6,000 for the fight against breast cancer.


  • Money Matters

    APRIL 2013- Helping students better understand Financial Literacy is what Rhea Efaw and Lewis Boyce of First Exchange Bank are doing through the North Marion High School Dropout Prevention Grant. As far back as 2,500 years, money was clearly an identifiable object of value. From the trading of gold pieces to the more sophisticated transaction technology at financial institutions, such as First Exchange Bank, money is still money.