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Onebanc Switching Over to First National Bank this Week

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by Tyler Hale

Change is in the air at all of Onebanc’s locations this week.

Starting this week, Onebanc’s red and black signs are being changed to First National Bank signs. The signage change started Monday, Aug. 21. All of the bank’s signs are expected to be changed by the end of the week and the banks converted to First National Bank by the weekend.

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New signage is going up at Onebanc locations

Beginning next week, Little Rock-based Onebanc will begin operating as First National Bank. According to a FNC press release, all of the former Onebanc locations and ATMs will remain operational.

There are six Onebanc locations in the Little Rock area. The banks are located in downtown Little Rock, on Rodney Parham Road, on Chenal Parkway, at the Baptist Medical Towers, on Kavanaugh Boulevard and in North Little Rock.

Paragould-based First National Bank acquired Onebanc in April 2018, which increased FNB’s size to 20 locations. At the time of acquisition, FNB had $1.5 billion in total assets, while Onebanc had $274 million in total assets.

RELATED: Read more about First National Bank’s acquisition of Onebanc.

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