Landmark acquires Citizens Bank

11/9/2013

Landmark National Bank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Landmark Bancorp Inc., has announced the completion of its acquisition of Citizens Bank, National Association from First Capital Corp., effective Nov. 1.

Landmark National Bank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Landmark Bancorp Inc., has announced the completion of its acquisition of Citizens Bank, National Association from First Capital Corp., effective Nov. 1.

Prior to the acquisition, Citizens Bank had operated in eastern Kansas for 129 years.

The acquisition adds eight additional branches — including two in Fort Scott, Iola, Kincaid, Lenexa, Mound City, Overland Park and Pittsburg — to Landmark's existing branch network, giving Landmark a total of 30 offices in 23 communities across Kansas. With combined assets of approximately $820 million after the acquisition, Landmark Bancorp Inc., the parent company of Landmark National Bank, ranks as the second-largest public bank holding company in Kansas.

Headquartered in Manhattan, Landmark National Bank is a community banking organization dedicated to providing quality financial and banking services. Landmark National Bank has 30 locations in 23 communities across Kansas: Manhattan (2), Auburn, Dodge City (2), Fort Scott (3), Garden City, Great Bend (2), Hoisington, Iola, Junction City, Kincaid, LaCrosse, Lawrence (2), Lenexa, Louisburg, Mound City, Osage City, Osawatomie, Overland Park, Paola, Pittsburg, Topeka (2), Wamego, and Wellsville.

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