On St. Patrick’s Day 1839, United Bank opened its doors for the first time in Parkersburg (now West Virginia) as the Northwestern Bank of Virginia. Since then, the Bank has persevered through significant events to become a premier regional banking company with a strong presence throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, thanks to its sustained commitment to excellence in service to its customers, communities, employees, and shareholders.

Over the last several decades, United has grown through 33 acquisitions to reach more than $30 billion in assets and nearly 250 locations across eight states – Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, as well as Washington D.C. 

Today, United Bank offers local decision-making and the personalized service its customers have come to expect since its founding, with the insights, technologies, products, and services of a large bank – and a deep commitment to the communities in which it operates. 

While much has changed since United’s beginnings as a single-office bank, its commitment to building and maintaining relationships and serving its communities with safe, sound, and secure practices is enduring.

According to bankwithunited.com. Source of photos: internet