Introducing Prosper Bank
We will strive to be the most loved bank that allows our families, customers, and communities to prosper.
Our Purpose and Values
We will strive to be the most loved bank that allows our families, customers, and communities to Prosper.
We act like owners.
We are driven to create long-term bonds that withstand the test of time.
We encourage open and honest communication.
We treat people the way we wish to be treated.
We maintain a positive spirit and value our faith and family.
We educate our associates and customers on financial prosperity.
We will achieve financial success for our associates, customers, and communities.
We believe great banking is about building lasting relationships and providing the financial resources to help our customers achieve their individual and business goals.
Founded in 1919, Prosper Bank is a state-chartered FDIC bank that provides the most up-to-date financial products and services accessible online or in person. We offer deposit and loan accounts for every stage of life, so individuals and families can count on building a relationship at a bank they can trust for years to come. Our business accounts are created with our clients in mind, whether an emerging entrepreneur or well-established company.
As we evolve, we never forget our roots. Our culture is anchored in a philosophy that puts associates, customers, and communities at the forefront. We are proud of our diverse and experienced team and strive to be the most loved bank that allows families, customers and communities to prosper.
Prosper Bank begins as the “Industrial Building and Loan Association” in Coatesville, PA. Founded by 15 individuals with pooled resources of about $200, the association offers the underserved a chance at home ownership.
The association merges with Steel City Building and Loan and goes on to survive the 1929 stock market crash and the Great Depression.
After more than a half-century of successful operation in the Coatesville area, the association that came to be known as Coatesville Federal Savings and Loan opens its first branch office in the New Holland Shopping Center in Lancaster County.
The official name of the association is Coatesville Savings Bank after it becomes a state-chartered institution.
Coatesville Savings Bank opens its Oxford branch, serving southern Chester and Lancaster Counties.
The bank establishes a new branch office along Georgetown Road in Christiana.
Coatesville Savings Bank announces a new name with the same great people. Prosper Bank begins offering expanded personal and business services across Chester, Lancaster, Dauphin, Cumberland, and Lebanon Counties.
Board of Trustees