More living, less banking
Our name says it all. Simply Bank.
We’re on a mission to make lives better by making banking easier so people can have more. More time. More freedom for family, business, adventure, ideas and dreams.
With seamless financial solutions, there’s more living and less banking. We work hard every day to deliver more to every community we serve.
For 130 years, we’ve been making a difference in the lives of friends, neighbors, families and local business owners, while impacting communities across East Tennessee and Northwest Georgia. How do we do it? We get to know you, so we can truly understand your needs. Then we come up with solutions that make money easier to manage—and life so much better. We believe you’re worth it, and we’ll earn your trust proving it.
We’re motivated to deliver simply exceptional experiences to everyone we serve. We’re naturally optimistic, which means we always find a way. We balance that with being responsible. We don’t take our role in your life lightly. We believe in giving our best, in everything from loans and cash management services to online and mobile banking. This energy—this commitment to your success—makes every experience with us better. It’s why people come back to us for more.
More to come
Founded in 1890, Simply Bank is an independent, hometown bank where local bankers make local decisions. While our name has changed over the years – from First Bank of Tennessee and Community National Bank, to Simply Bank today – our identity has remained the same. We’re the bank providing exceptional service in the communities we serve—and we’re always innovating to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers. You won’t hear a lot of “can’t” from us. We ask questions. We investigate. We think about new and better ways of doing things. It’s how we deliver more.
We at SimplyBank are proud of our service to the community and our community bank status. For in-depth financial information on SimplyBank, including balance sheet, income statement, performance and condition ratios, or demographic information, please visit the FDIC’s Institutional Directory database.