Farmers Bank is very proud to be supporting the following local students as they further their education:Heather Bowen a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend James Madison University
Madellyn Carr a graduate of Lakeland High School planning to attend Longwood University
Sydney Carter a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend Davis & Elkins College
Taylor Anne Cross a graduate of Southampton High School planning to attend North Carolina State University
Hailey Delgado a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend the University of Virginia
Cameron Keely-Parker a graduate of Deep Creek High School planning to attend the University of Richmond
Reann Nichols a graduate of Windsor High School planning to attend Old Dominion University
Cassidy Whitehurst a graduate of Indian River High School planning to attend George Mason University
“The Farmers Bank Scholarship Program is something I have always been very passionate about. I am honored that we are able to support local students and their families in the pursuit of higher education in this tangible way. We wish them much success in this new endeavor and look forward to all of their future accomplishments,” stated Richard J. Holland, Jr., Farmers Bank Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Farmers Bank, founded in 1919, is headquartered in Windsor, Virginia, and is a community bank which operates seven branches and services areas throughout Tidewater, Virginia. Additional information is available at the company’s website, www.farmersbankva.com.
Contact: Richard J. Holland, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, 757-242-6111
USA PATRIOT ACT
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING OR CHANGING AN ACCOUNT
Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT ACT requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.
This federal requirement applies to all new customers. This information is used to assist the United States government in the fight against the funding of terrorism and money-laundering activities.
What this means to you:
When you open an account, we will ask each person for their name, physical address, mailing address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify them.
Additionally, FinCEN has adopted what they describe as a “two pronged” approach to beneficial ownership.
The ownership prong includes all natural persons with 25% or more direct or indirect equity interest in a legal entity while the control prong is a single individual with significant managerial responsibility (the Rule says “control, manage or direct”) over the legal entity.
We will ask to see each person’s driver’s license and other identifying documents, and copy or record information from each of them.