Formerly the City National Bank, Moody National Bank received its charter from the Comptroller
of Currency in 1907. In 1927, the City National Bank was granted trust powers, but full trust
operations began in 1928. Today, the Bank’s trust department is one of the largest and oldest
in our state – and a cornerstone of our business.
The bank experienced a couple of location changes, but in 1962, a need for more space led to
the construction of a new bank facility at 2302 Postoffice Street – which is still the present
location of Moody National Bank.
In its early years, the City National Bank enjoyed rapid growth, merging with the Galveston
National Bank and continuing to expand. In honor of its principal founder, the late W.L. Moody,
Jr., the City National Bank changed its name in 1953 to Moody National Bank.
Currently, the bank has 15 locations and continues to develop across Galveston, Brazoria, Comal, Fort
Bend, Harris and Travis counties.
Committed to Being Your Community Bank with Global Experience
In all that we do, our mission is to be recognized as the independent bank of choice with a focus
on small- to medium-sized business segments including owners, employees, friends and family
For Our Customers: To provide a wide range of quality products and services in a personal
and professional style, delivered in a prompt manner through well-trained, motivated
For Our Employees: To maintain a culture that recognizes the need for each individual’s
personal and professional growth, the satisfaction that comes from achievement, and the
enjoyment of working with others who share a common sense of purpose.
For Our Communities: To improve the quality of life in the communities we serve by providing
financial resources, while contributing to the leadership and business skills of our officers and
employees in civic and charitable causes.
2019 Bank Holidays
Tuesday, January 1st
(New Year’s Day )
Monday, January 21st
(Martin Luther King Day)
Monday, February 18th
Monday, May 27th
Thursday, July 4th
Monday, September 2nd
Monday, October 14th
Monday, November 11th
Thursday, November 28th
Wednesday, December 25th
2020 Bank Holidays
Wednesday, January 1st
(New Years Day)