There’s no place like hometown banking
Community banking built on solid ground
On June 26, 1872, thirty-eight prominent Milford citizens who recognized the need for a bank in Milford contributed funds to start a local savings bank. The new bank was formed as a mutual savings institution with no stockholders or other owners. The bank’s purpose was to serve the financial needs of its customers and to serve its community.
Those goals have not changed.
We’ve earned our reputation by providing quality service, convenience and a wide range of popular products. We continue to innovate to make banking simpler and more financially rewarding, from our newest office in Stratford to our remote deposit capture and our feature packed Internet Web Office.
We also continue to be a corporate role model for the city of Milford. We pride ourselves on being great neighbors. Over 120 local organizations rely on our financial support throughout the year. In addition, our Trustees, officers and staff contribute their time, talent and experience to many more groups.
The world of banking and financial services is changing rapidly. Individuals and businesses demand quality service, delivered quickly and conveniently. All of us at The Milford Bank work hard every day to meet that challenge. That’s why our loyal customers know, we’re always there.
The goal of The Milford Bank’s Green Fair is to bring the community together in an effort to provide valuable recycling services
Thank you to all the runners, walkers, sponsors, supporters and volunteers who helped make our 2nd Annual 5K a success!
Meet The President
The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of The Milford Bank, Leo Carroll, has announced Bank President and CEO, Bob Macklin has retired effective
In the early eighteen-seventies Milford had no banking institutions of any kind. To deposit their savings, residents made use of banks in nearby cities.
The Milford Bank Foundation
The TMB foundation assists not-for-profit organizations in helping deserving individuals and groups in the Milford and Stratford, CT communities.
Each month, we send out a customer newsletter, called Highlights and Happenings, to help keep all our customers up to date on the latest happenings
Community Relations & Events
As Milford’s only hometown bank, we take a very active role in our community. This includes event sponsorships, charitable contributions, and more.
While much has changed since the Bank was established in 1872, some things have remained the same. That includes our commitment to provide customers
If identity thieves have your personal information, they can drain your bank account, run up charges on your credit cards