Norway Savings Bank

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Norway Savings Bank


120 Exchange Street
Portland Maine 04101
United States



Dream Big in Downtown Portland with Norway Savings Bank on Exchange Street
Norway Savings Bank, located on historic Exchange Street (120% Exchange Street), is more than just a bank. It's a place to start living a vibrant life in Portland. We believe in "YOU," and create personalized plans that go beyond cookie-cutter solutions to help you achieve all of your dreams, no matter how big or small.

Whether you're exploring the Arts District's creative scene, launching a local Portland enterprise, or simply navigating your everyday finances with ease, our friendly team listens, supports, and guides you.

Visit our Exchange Street branch to experience the Norway Savings Difference.

Checking & Savings accounts: Find the right account for your downtown Portland lifestyle. Flexible options are available for everyday banking or saving for your next Old Port excursion, or for long-term goals.

Loans: We have a range of lending solutions for your Portland goals, from auto loans and mortgages to home equity lines of credit and home equity loans.

Investment Services: Grow your wealth with expert guidance and a variety of investment options tailored to your risk tolerance and aspirations.

Business Banking: We are your trusted partner in Portland for your business success. We offer checking, loans, cash-management, and much more to help you thrive.

We're more than just a Portland bank. We're also your neighbor, your financial champion and your friend. We invite you to chat with us and share your Portland dreams. Let's work together to make them a reality.


About Portland

Portland ( PORT-lənd) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Maine and the seat of Cumberland County. Portland's population was 68,408 in April 2020. The Greater Portland metropolitan area has a population of approximately 550,000 people. Historically tied to commercial shipping, the marine economy, and light industry, Portland's economy in the 21st century relies mostly on the service sector. The Port of Portland is the second-largest tonnage seaport in the New England area as of 2019.The city seal depicts a phoenix rising from ashes, a reference to recovery from four devastating fires.

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