Since 1868, Mid Penn Bank has remained committed to serving the local community and providing comprehensive financial solutions.
Originally founded in Millersburg, Pennsylvania as the “Millersburg Trust Company,” Mid Penn has expanded over the years to become a full-service financial institution with multiple divisions. In 2015, Mid Penn completed its acquisition of Schuylkill County-based Miners Bank. In early 2018, Scottdale Bank & Trust was acquired, expanding Mid Penn’s footprint into western Pennsylvania. First Priority Bank, based in southeastern Pennsylvania, was acquired in August 2018. As a result of the First Priority merger, Mid Penn now operates a total of 39 retail locations in Pennsylvania. The consolidated assets of Mid Penn Bank are now valued at approximately $2 billion.
Our team offers personalized service to individuals, businesses and nonprofits. We are committed to serving our neighbors with personal banking products and services including checking and savings accounts, mortgages, home equity loans and lines of credit, trust and wealth management services, credit cards and more. Our local lenders and cash management group work with business clients to offer customized solutions, including commercial loans and lines of credit, SBA loans, agricultural loans, merchant services and more. Additionally, we are dedicated to serving the needs of nonprofit and government organizations by offering specialized accounts and services.
As a community bank, Mid Penn is dedicated to supporting Pennsylvania organizations and causes through donations and employee volunteerism. The bank has been named one of the “Top 200 Community Banks” and one of the “Best Banks to Work For” in the nation by American Banker magazine, has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania” and has been named a recipient of the “Grow Your Community Award” by the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers.
Common stock of parent company, Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc., is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol “MPB.”