Why we're different!

My family has lived and conducted business here in Delaware County for 5 generations.  We have seen the changes that a growing community with new business can bring, and the benefits of conducting business operations local and with local people.  Like my father, and forefathers, I have relied on the services of local businesses to keep our operations running smoothly, while continuing to reinvest in our community... more »

 

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History

Iron Workers Bank has a proud heritage as a mutual savings bank, established in Chester, Pennsylvania in 1879. The Bank was named after the local artisans who built ironclad ships in the local shipyard. The strength of the shipbuilding industry and accessibility of the Port of Chester to the eastern seaboard created an abundance of foundries and machine shops in the area. The Bank’s name is derived from the people it served in the early days, where principles of frugality, hard work and dedication were essential community values.

Today, Iron Workers Bank continues with this well established tradition of service to its customers and the communities it serves. In keeping with this tradition, Iron Workers Bank is proud to be a community bank specializing in retail and small business banking. We offer a wide range of products and services, competitive with large commercial banks with the goal of providing affordable banking.