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Business Listing   Ames Community Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 956-4343


Business Listing   Barney Russell G - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 232-8090


Business Listing   Commercial Federal Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 232-8664


Business Listing   F & M Bank - Drive-Up - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 233-3130


Business Listing   First American Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 233-2033


Business Listing   First Federal Savings Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 233-6818



Business Listing   First National Bank - Bookkeeping- Customer Service - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 232-5569


Business Listing   First National Bank - Cub Foods Office - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 233-3363


Business Listing   Midwest Heritage Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 232-5800


Business Listing   Security First Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 233-3021


Business Listing   U S Bank Home Mortgage - Missing Caption Text - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 232-8200


Business Listing   Wells Fargo Bank - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 232-2414


Business Listing   Wells Fargo Bank Iowa NA - Northgrand - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 233-3276


Business Listing   Wells Fargo Bank Iowa NA - Southgate - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 663-9773


Business Listing   Wells Fargo Bank N A - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 292-5963


Business Listing   Wells Fargo Private Client Services - Ames, IA - Phone: 1 (515) 268-6812


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Helpful Definition for: Banks - All

Banks act as payment agents by conducting checking or current accounts for customers, paying cheques drawn by customers on the bank, and collecting cheques deposited to customers' current accounts. A bank is an institution that deals in money and its substitutes and provides other financial services.

In Ames, a bank can generate revenue in a variety of different ways including interest, transaction fees and financial advice. A bank is a financial organization where people deposit their money to keep it safe. The whole banking system around the world is connected. Banks in Ames, is committed to the highest standards of business ethics and corporate governance, and has been recognized for years in these areas.

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