Why INTRUST

Tradition for Today

What is INTRUST Bank?

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If you’re looking for the textbook description: INTRUST Bank is a full-service financial institution serving individuals and commercial customers in a growing market in Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Since our founding in 1876, we’ve been growing with our customers, supporting our communities, partnering to build businesses and innovating services for our customers.

But if you want to know what we’re really built on, why people bank with us and what’s kept us growing for a century and a half, you have to know our unchanging founding principles. Key among those is the maxim of our founder C.Q. Chandler II: “You do business with people, not companies.” You can change and innovate to meet the times if you never touch your principles.

A family-owned bank with $5 billion in assets is what we are. Tradition for Today is what we’re about.

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Innovative since 1876

Our history is more than a timeline. To us, it’s an unbreakable cord tied to our founding principles and fundamental values. To this day, each of us at INTRUST Bank, regardless of job title, makes sure every customer encounter is in the spirit of our tradition.

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Principles in practice

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We strive to embody the fundamental values of Tradition for Today in all of our business and community interactions, but our principled approach to business doesn’t end there. It extends outside of work to our communities. We encourage all employees to engage with the community in public and professional service in any way they choose.

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Our Security

Maintaining the confidentiality of your personal and financial information is an important responsibility. There are a number of security measures we take to protect your information.

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Privacy Policy

Your information is just that: yours. Review our Privacy Policy to learn about what we do (or more important, don't do) with your information.

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Annual Report

Review INTRUST Financial Corporation's financial information for the previous year, including our balance sheet, total assets, total loans, and our statement of income.

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