After 155 years in operation, State Central Bank in Keokuk is set to be sold.
The four branches of State Central Bank in Keokuk will be sold to Pilot Grove Savings pending regulatory approval.
Bank officials say the sale is part of a restructuring that has been ongoing since the recession started in 2009.
Despite the sale, bank officials say customers won't notice a difference.
"The customers aren't impacted at all. It's very seamless for them. They'll be getting additional information as things go on and really they won't notice anything at all," said Ty Logan of State Central Bank.
There will still be State Central Bank branches in Dubuque and Van Buren counties.
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