NewDominion Bank joins the Park National Family of Community Banks

NewDominion's mission stays constant.

A letter from our CEO

Logging into our new online banking?

Utilize your existing online banking access ID and the following temporary passwords:

Personal clients: Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number

Business clients: 11052018

After initial log in,  you'll be prompted to establish a new password and answer a series of challenge questions.  

Access your account by clicking "login" in the navigation bar at the top of this screen.  Once logged into online banking, you will see a Park National Family of Community Banks logo.  

Client Resource Site

Additional information regarding our partnership with Park National Bank is included on this site.

The Highlights:

  • What: On July 1, NewDominion became an affiliate bank of the Park National Family of Community Banks. Our name, mission, vision, core values and commitment to banking handcrafted will not change.
  • Why: By sharing operational and administrative resources with Park National, we'll be able to focus even more attention on our clients and provide enhanced accounts and services.
  • The impact: This fall we'll roll out a new suite of accounts and services to align with the current offerings of Park National Bank. We've provided comprehensive information on any changes and enhancements that will take place.

If you still have questions after reviewing the below information, please reach out to your local banker or send us a note.

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Do you have a personal deposit account or loan with NewDominion?

Refer to this handcrafted guide for additional information on updates and enhancements to your accounts. 

Guide to New Personal Accounts

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Do you have a business deposit account or loan with NewDominion?

Refer to this handcrafted guide for additional information on updates and enhancements to your accounts.

Guide to New Business Accounts

Frequently Asked Questions

The Basics:

  • Why is NewDominion Bank joining the Park National Family of Community Banks?
    • The merger will allow us to be able to make an even greater impact to the financial lives of our clients and within our community – all while staying committed to the Carolinas and to our company’s mission, vision and core values. 
    • By joining the Park National Family of Community Bankswe will be able to provide enhanced products and services to our clients, such as 24/7 client support, higher lending limits, broader product offering, and specialized lending expertise.
  • Will you be changing your name?
    • No. We will remain NewDominion Bank. You'll notice our same logo will now include "Division of The Park National Bank." 
  • Can you tell me more about Park National Bank?
    • The Park National Family of Community Banks is a group of strong, successful community banks in Ohio and now the Carolinas. The banks collaborate to provide a unique service experience for clients of any Park National banking division. By sharing operational and administrative resources, each community bank remains competitive with sophisticated technology and service capabilities. Park is committed to keeping a steadfast focus on personalized service and community involvement. 
    • Park National was #42 on Forbes’ 2016 list of the 100 Best Banks in America. 
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  • Will you stay committed to our local community?
    • Definitely! Park National Bank is just as committed to their communities as NewDominion has been over the years. Follow us on social media to see how our company and employees are consistently impacting our community across the Carolinas.
  • Will the location and/or hours of your branches change?
  • Is your local management team changing?
    • All members of our executive team will remain leaders of our company. Their roles may shift throughout the next few months but they will all play a critical part to the success of our bank.

Your Accounts:

  • How will my accounts be affected?
    • Effective November 5, your NewDominion checking, savings or money market account will transition into a new account type with similar benefits. Refer to our Handcrafted Guide to our New Accounts for more information.
  • Will my account number change?
    • Account numbers will not change with the exception of a few accounts. Clients with a duplicate account number have been contacted; we will assist clients through the process and ensure there are no disruptions to transactions.
  • Can I continue to use my NewDominion checks?
    • Yes. You may continue to use your NewDominion checks and deposit slips.
    • If you've been contacted about a duplicate account number, we will order new checks for you if needed.
  • Will I receive a new debit card?
    • Yes. All clients who have used their NewDominion debit card during the past 6 months will receive a new Visa debit card. Clients may begin to use their new card beginning November 3. NewDominion Mastercard debit cards will stop working at 7 a.m. on November 5. Activation information will be included with the card.
  • Will my direct deposits continue without interruption?
    • Direct deposits to your NewDominion Bank accounts will remain consistent through the transition. 
    • If you've been contacted about a duplicate account number, we will assist you in updating your direct deposits.
  • What will happen to my Certificate of Deposit (CD)?
    • All certificate of deposit (CD) accounts will continue with their current terms and conditions. Prior to the maturity of your account, you will receive a renewal notice informing you of changes that will occur on your renewal date
  • Will my deposit accounts be covered by FDIC insurance?
    • If you have $250,000 or less in all of your deposit accounts at NewDominion Bank and Park National, your Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insurance coverage will not be impacted. If you have any concerns about your deposit insurance coverage, let us know and we'll make sure you are aware of products and services that may address your concern.
    • If you hold deposit balances greater than $250,000 combined at the two banks, your FDIC insurance coverage may be impacted. We will contact you separately to review this information.

Your Loans:

  • Will there by any impact to my existing loans?
    • The terms and conditions of your existing loans will remain the same.
    • Continue making your payment as you normally would.

Still have questions?

Reach out to your local banker or send us a note!

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