Plunkett Research Online: MidwestOne Financial Group Inc

MIDWESTONE FINANCIAL GROUP INC (MOFG:NAS) Company Profile, Corporate Revenues, Growth, Market Size, Analysis, Business Forecasts, Market Share, Metrics, SWOT

Midwest One Financial Group, Inc. is a bank holding Company for MidWestOne Bank. MidWestOne Bank operates over 29 branch locations, plus its specialized Home Loan Center, in counties throughout central and east-central Iowa. It provides full service retail banking in the communities in which its br.....



MidwestOne Financial Group Inc
Ticker: MOFG
Exchange: NAS
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Phone: 319 356-5800
Fax: 641 673-7836
Address: 102 South Clinton Street
PO Box 1700
Iowa City, IA 52240 United States

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Commercial Banking
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Charles FunkCEO/CEO, Subsidiary/Director/President/President, Subsidiary
James CantrellCFO/Chief Accounting Officer/Other Executive Officer/Senior VP, Subsidiary/Treasurer/Treasurer, Subsidiary/Vice President
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Midwest One Financial Group, Inc. is a bank holding Company for MidWestOne Bank. MidWestOne Bank operates over 29 branch locations, plus its specialized Home Loan Center, in counties throughout central and east-central Iowa. It provides full service retail banking in the communities in which its br.....See More See More

Auditor: RSM US LLP
Legal Advisor: Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP
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