Camp Hill-based Integrity Bank plans to open three brick-and-mortar branches next year in two Central Pennsylvania counties, increasing its number of branches to 12.
The additional branches means an addition of about 40 to 45 employees, company officials said, and all three locations will cost a total of about $8.5 million to build.
"The addition of these three locations will help fund our significant loan growth," Integrity President and CEO Jim Gibson said. "Based on our present performance, we expect to reach a billion dollars in assets around 2015."
The proposed locations are:
- 2055 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster, opening in March.
- 2700 E. Market St., York, opening in the spring or early summer.
- Another undetermined location in York, opening late summer or fall.
The bank was created in June 2003 and has more than $700 million in assets. The privately held company's loan growth in the last quarter was in excess of $100 million, company officials said.