This year is a time of celebration for Malvern Federal Savings Bank, as 2012 marks the bank’s 125th anniversary. While this is quite a note-worthy milestone for any business, it is a significant milestone for Malvern Federal. In a world of bank mergers and closings, this stability is truly distinguished. The bank, which first opened its doors in 1887, began as a single location in Malvern. It has since transformed into a mainstay in the community, expanding to eight state-of-the-art financial centers, spanning two counties with its headquarters in Paoli. Each financial center, with locations in Berwyn, Coventry, Exton, Lionville, Malvern, Paoli and Westtown in Chester County and Concordville in Delaware County, offers a variety of personal and business banking products and a host of banking services along with a complete range of loan programs, including consumer and mortgage loans.
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