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Welcome to First Bank's In The News!

Throughout our 100-year history, one constant remains—First Bank’s commitment to the communities in which it serves. Through our active participation in neighborhood activities, strategic partnerships, educational opportunities, local lending, and charitable activities, it’s easy to see that First Bank is deep-rooted in its communities. 

Check out “First Bank in the News” to see what we’re all about. From news clips and videos to employees sharing their knowledge, you’ll have a chance to experience what it means to be a part of First Bank!

Tips to save money on your next vacation

Lisa Blamy Midwest Retail Director at First Bank provides tips to save money on your next vacation.

Love and Money

Rich Arnold of First Bank discusses steps soon-to-be married couples should take regarding their finances.

End of the Year Financial Advice

Rich Arnold discusses end-of-year tax planning, charitable giving, and estate planning.


College Students & Finances

Being a college student and managing finances can be a challenge.  Liz from First Bank offers helpful ideas to ensure better financial discipline on campus.

Helpful Financial Tips

Traveling and avoiding identity theft is an important part of being safe financially.  Kelly Wiese from First Bank shares a few important tips on this important topic.

Preparing Financially for a Baby

Executive Vice President at First Bank, Gene Todd, outlines the steps to take to financially prepare for your first baby.

Tribute to the Greatest Generation

Kelly Wiese discusses First Bank's partnership with the Greater St. Louis Honor Flight and the Tribute to the Greatest Generation at the St. Louis Blues game.

How much does coffee cost you over time

Rich Arnold provides the facts and figures on how much coffee costs you over time.

Wealth Management News

Man sitting on a desk in an office representing wealth management news 


Enjoy this article featuring insights from David Presson, First Bank's Senior Vice President of Investments.


How To Make Your Nest Egg Bigger