What is the routing number for Illinois Bank and Trust?

Illinois Bank & Trust’s routing number is 071925554.

Who owns First Mid Bank and Trust?

First Mid Bancshares, Inc.
First Mid Bancshares, Inc. (“First Mid”) is the parent company of First Mid Bank & Trust, N.A. (“First Mid Bank”); First Mid Wealth Management Co.; and First Mid Insurance Group, Inc.

Who is the Illinois State banker?

Michael W. Frerichs – Illinois State Treasurer: Banking Service Providers.

How many employees does first mid have?

Our talented team is comprised of over 1,000 men and women who take great pride in First Mid, their work and their ability to serve our customers and their communities. As a growing organization, we are regularly seeking high-quality ambassadors for our company.

How do I file a complaint against a bank in Illinois?

Complaints against a professional or entity regulated by the Division of Banking may be filed by completing the complaint form below or by contacting the Division of Banking at 844-768-1713. Division of Banking: Fill-In and Email (or Print) Complaint Form (mailing address is at bottom of the form).

Who oversees banks Illinois?

The Department of Financial and Professional Regulation’s Division of Banking oversees the regulation and licensure of State chartered banks, savings banks, savings and loan associations, trust companies, ATMs not owned by financial institutions, check printers, pawnbrokers, mortgage bankers, and mortgage brokers.

How long can a bank legally freeze your account?

Account freezes are temporary, typically three weeks, but you have to meet the demands of the creditor if you wish to unfreeze it. Since scheduled payments won’t go through with a frozen bank account, you can expect non-sufficient funds charges even when you have balance in your account.

Can a bank keep your money?

Federal regulations allow banks to hold deposited funds for a set period, meaning you can’t tap into that money until after the hold is lifted. But the bank can’t keep your money on hold indefinitely. Federal law outlines rules for funds availability and how long a bank can hold deposited funds.