Huntington National Bank

With a banking history that dates back to the 1905 incorporation of The Huntington National Bank of Columbus, the current Huntington National Bank operates banking locations across Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Its 2007 acquisition of Sky Financial Corp. expanded its number of consumer banking centers to more than 600.

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, the majority of the bank's personal banking centers are located in Ohio. Huntington National Bank has an ATM network of more than 1,400 machines throughout the six states it serves, and customers can also use online and mobile banking tools to track and manage their money.

Huntington National Bank is a member of the FDIC.

Personal banking services with Huntington National Bank

  • Savings.
  • Checking.
  • Home, auto and personal loans.
  • Mortgages.
  • Credit cards.
  • Investing.
  • Insurance.
  • CDs.
  • Money market.
  • Retirement planning and 401(k).
  • Trust funds and private wealth management.

International banking with Huntington National Bank

While the bank primarily serves customers across six Midwest and Middle Atlantic states, Huntington National Bank also provides international banking capabilities to its members through its corporate headquarters, one office in the Cayman Islands and another office in Hong Kong.

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Huntington National Bank's corporate headquarters are located here:

Huntington Center
41 S. High St.
Columbus, OH 43287

To reach the headquarters, customers can call (614) 480-8300 or use the company's toll-free line at (800) 480-2265.


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