History

We've been supporting local communities for more than 100 years.

Origin Bank, formerly known as Community Trust Bank, has been committed to serving our community since 1912. We’ve helped people, small businesses, and large companies grow and prosper throughout Louisiana, Texas and Mississippi — and continue to do so through our strong focus on customer service.

Origin History
1912
1912
  • After the land deed was signed by Teddy Roosevelt, the Bank of Choudrant (Lincoln Parish, LA) opens its doors with a Capitalization of $10,000.
1987
1987
  • Bank of Bernice (Union Parish, LA) is acquired and the name is changed to Community Trust Bank.
1991
1991
  • Community Trust Bank becomes part of the newly formed Community Trust Financial Corporation holding company.
1998
1998
  • Community Trust Bank expands full service banking into Ouachita Parish (LA).
2005
2005
  • Community Trust Bank acquires First United Bank (Farmerville, LA), further deepening its dedication to Union Parish (LA).
2008
2008
  • Community Trust Bank rings in the New Year by becoming a billion dollar bank.
  • Community Trust Financial Corporation opens its first location in Dallas, TX.
2009
2009
  • Community Trust Bank continues its commitment to growth and prosperity by acquiring First Louisiana Bank (Shreveport-Bossier City, LA).
  • Community Trust Bank continues its expansion to Fort Worth, TX and Plano, TX.
2010
2010
  • Community Trust Bank acquires Madison County Financial Corporation, the parent company of Madison County Bank (Madison, MS).
2012
2012
  • Community Trust Bank pledges to continue to serve its communities as it celebrates its 100th Anniversary.
  • Community Trust Financial Corporation acquires Thomas and Farr Insurance Agency.
2013
2013
  • Community Trust Bank enters Houston, TX.
2015
2015
  • Community Trust Bank changes its name to Origin Bank.
2018
2018
  • Origin Bancorp, Inc., the financial holding company for Origin Bank, goes public on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
  • Origin Bancorp, Inc. acquires Reeves, Coon and Funderburg Insurance and Financial Services.