Mississippi Banks: List of Banks Headquartered in Mississippi

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Note: There might be other banks in Mississippi, this page contains only banks which their headquarters or main offices are based in Mississippi.

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Bank (Login Tutorial) Phone Number Routing Number Year Founded
BancorpSouth Bank 888-797-7711 084201278 1876
Bank of Brookhaven 601-833-6494 065306134 2000
Bank of Commerce 662-453-4220 084200981 1904
Bank of Franklin 601-384-2305 065304327 1912
Bank of Kilmichael 662/262-7844 084203250 1904
Bank of Okolona (662) 447-5403 084205591 1931
Bank of Wiggins 601-928-5233 065304673 1916
BankFirst 662-726-6030 084201786 1888
BankPlus 1-888-811-7587 065301948 1909
BNA Bank 662-534-9511 084201757 1896
Citizens National Bank (Mississippi) 601-693-1331 065300211 1881
Cleveland State Bank 662-843-9461 084202280 1908
Copiah Bank 1-601-894-2831 065301744 1823
First American National Bank 800-800-3262 084201058 1964
First National Bank of Picayune 601-749-3200 065505870 1947
Gulf Coast Credit Union 1-361-980-8203 265376906 1935
Hancock Bank 1-800-448-8812 063112786 1899
Magnolia State Bank 1-855-756-4431 065302468 1975
Metropolitan Bank 844.808.2265 065302633 2008
Oxford University Bank (662) 234-6668 084206150 2000
Pike National Bank 684-7575-400 065303124 1985
Renasant Bank 1-800-680-1601 061121203 1904
Richton Bank & Trust CO. 601-788-3000 065303810 1930
RiverHills Bank 601-437-4271 065301647 1890
Sycamore Bank 662-562-8201 084202086 1900
The Citizens Bank of Philadelphia 601-389-2178 065302154 1908
The Peoples Bank 228-435-8695 065500752 1896
Trustmark Bank 1-800-243-2524 065300279 1889
Trustmark National Bank 1-800-243-2524 065300279 1889
United Mississippi Bank 601-445-7000 065202089 1973
Whitney Bank 1-800-448-8812 065400153 1883

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About Mississippi...

It was in the great state of Mississippi that former United States president Theodore Roosevelt earned his nickname “Teddy”. He refused to shoot a bear that had already been captured.

The very first woman to become a Federal Judge called Mississippi home.

The fine medical staff of Mississippi is to be thanked for the first human lung transplant as well as the first heart transplant surgeries.

Getting to see the rarest cranes in North America would require one to travel to Mississippi and while there you can stop and look at the world’s largest cactus plantation as well.

Information about Mississippi

State Abbreviation MS
Statehood December 10, 1817
State Capital Jackson
Number of Counties 82
State Population 2,992,333
State Population Density 63.8 (People / Square mile)
State Motto Virtute et armis (By valor and arms)
State Flower Bloom of the magnolia or evergreen magnolia
State Tree Magnolia
State Bird Mockingbird
State Nickname Magnolia State
State Area Codes 228, 601, 662, 769

Quick Facts

  • The International Checkers Hall of Fame can be visited in Mississippi.
  • Root beer, Borden’s Condensed Milk, and Dr. Tichener’s Antiseptic were all made here in Mississippi.
  • A Mississippi native received the initial patent for the padded toilet seat.
  • The first mail carrier to be female occurred in Mississippi.
Mississippi Flag State Flag
Mississippi Map State Map


This page is constantly updating and currently has information about 31 Banks.