In 1834, a branch of the Second State Bank of Indiana – the earliest ancestor of First Financial Bank – opened to serve the people who had settled in Vigo County and the Wabash River Valley. Today, First Financial Bank is the oldest national bank in Indiana and the fifth oldest in the United States, still holding the 47th charter granted in the United States

Anticipating passage of a state law that would allow multi-bank holding companies, the bank applied for approval from the Federal Reserve Board to establish such an entity. It received that approval in February 1983, and First Financial Corporation became the holding company for what was then Terre Haute First National Bank. In August 1984, First Financial Corporation became the first multi-bank holding company in the state of Indiana. The Corporation is the only publicly traded company headquartered in Vigo County and has been ranked among the top 100 most efficient bank holding companies in the United States.

Through growth and mergers, First Financial became a strong group of community banks. In 2003, unification of affiliate banks as First Financial Bank began. The Morris Plan of Terre Haute was not included in the unification. The Corporation provides a financial services delivery system consisting of 66 banking centers in eastern Illinois and western Indiana and more than 100 FirstPlus ATMs. More than one thousand people work together to support, manage and staff First Financial facilities in Indiana and Illinois.

The headquarters of First Financial and its holding company, First Financial Corporation, has remained in Terre Haute, making First Financial Bank the oldest continually operated business serving the area.

First Financial Corporation stock is traded under the NASDAQ National Market System symbol of THFF.

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