BRISTOL - Liberty Bank has a long history of personal service through local branches while still growing and opening new locations in the state.
Liberty Bank was first founded in 1825, which according to its website, makes it the oldest mutual bank in the state. Currently, the website states, it serves more than 200,000 consumer and business households.
The bank prides itself on its products “without all the fees and hassles, competitive rates and convenient locations,” the website states. But more importantly, the website added that the personal service is something only a locally headquartered bank can deliver.
The bank believes that having a smart, forward-thinking, diverse workforce “is the best way to meet the demands of today’s local businesses and individuals across all the communities we serve,” the website states.
In January 2016, Liberty Bank merged with Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan, which extended its footprint into Fairfield County and added 56 branches in the state.
This year, Liberty Bank was honored as the No. 1 Large Employer in Connecticut at the Hartford Courant Top Workplace awards.
The Bristol Liberty Bank branch is located at 774 Farmington Ave. It is open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, until 7 p.m. on Friday and until 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Lorenzo Burgio can be reached at 860-973-5088 or by email at .