About BankPlus

Our History

  • BancPlus Corporation is the parent company of BankPlus, which was founded in 1909 as Citizens Bank & Trust Company (CB&T), in Belzoni, Mississippi. CB&T grew to include locations in central Mississippi and the Delta.

    The name was changed to BankPlus in September 1994, when Southeast Mississippi Bank in Quitman was merged into the banking system, extending our service area to southeast Mississippi.

    This was more than a simple name change. It was the declaration of all that we had worked to build since 1909: a network of well-run community banks, a dedicated team of employees, and products and services that can't be found elsewhere. The name BankPlus and our slogan, "It's more than a name. It's a promise." reflect the enhanced services we offer and emphasize our commitment to giving our customers more for their money.

    We're proud of our community banking roots and strive daily to maintain and build upon that dedication.

    Today, BankPlus is one of the fastest-growing banks in Mississippi with more than 2.7 billion in total assets. We currently have 57 offices in 33 Mississippi communities. We have the vision, the people, the tools and the locations we need to remain a step ahead of the competition.

    We'll keep right on leading the way with better products like ValuePlus Free Checking, convenient services like our 7:00am-7:00pm drive-thrus, and a continuing commitment to giving our customers more than they expect.

    Our Growth

    1909 Founded in Belzoni 
    1960 Founded in Belzoni 
    Opened Isola 
    1973 Opened in Yazoo City 
    1977 Opened in Canton 
    1990 Purchased Yazoo City Branch Office of Unifirst Bank for Savings 
    1993 Purchased Bank of Flora & its Bank of Bentonia branch 
    1994 Acquired Southeast Mississippi Bank (Picayune, Poplarville, Quitman, Shubuta, Stonewall and Waynesboro) 
    1996 Acquired Home Savings Bank SSB (Meridian) 
    Opened on Jerry Clower Boulevard in Yazoo City 
    1997 Acquired the Belzoni Branch of NBC Bank, FSB
    Acquired The Mortgage Corporation of Mississippi  
    1998 Opened on Strawberry Hill Drive in Madison 
    Opened on Pear Orchard Road in Ridgeland 
    Opened on Clinton Boulevard in Clinton 
    1999 Opened on Highway 19 in Meridian 
    Opened at Highway 463 and Highland Colony Parkway in Madison 
    Opened at Castlewoods and Spillway in Rankin County
    Opened at Treetops in Flowood 
    Opened on Clinton Parkway and Springridge Road in Clinton 
    Opened in Byram 
    2000      Acquired First National Bank of Holmes County (Lexington, Durant, Pickens and Tchula) 
    2001 Opened on Adkins Boulevard in Jackson 
    2002 Opened new Mortgage Center in Ridgeland 
    Opened new downtown office in Meridian 
    Opened on Greenfield Road in Brandon 
    2003 Opened in Downtown Brandon
    Opened new Operations Center in Ridgeland  
    Opened full service office in the new Nissan Plant in Canton 
    Opened in Gluckstadt 
    2004 Opened new Administrative and Wealth Management Group offices in Ridgeland 
    Opened Private Client Group Office in Jackson 
    Opened in Newton 
    2005 Opened at Dogwood Promenade in Flowood 
    Opened on Highway 51 in Ridgeland 
    2006 Opened Goodman Road in Horn Lake 
    Opened Airways Blvd in Southaven 
    Opened East Commerce Street in Hernando
    Opened Riverwind Drive in Pearl  
    Opened Terry Road in Jackson 
    Opened Pigeon Roost Road in Olive Branch
    Opened on the Square in Hernando 
    Opened Jackson State University in Jackson
    Opened Civic Center in Southaven  
    2007 Opened Goodman/Getwell Rd. in Southaven 
    2008 Opened Renaissance at Colony Park Ridgeland 
    Opened Echelon in Jackson 
     2015  Opened Broadway St. in Tupelo

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