Company Profile

First US Bancshares, Inc., formerly United Security Bancshares, Inc., a Delaware corporation, organized in 1999 as a successor by merger with United Security Bancshares, Inc., an Alabama corporation, with a name change effective October 11, 2016. It is a bank holding company that operates one banking subsidiary, First US Bank. First US Bank has continued to evolve and improve over more than 60 years of banking. One thing remains – we are a strong community bank serving Southwest and Central Alabama with locations in six counties including Bibb, Choctaw, Clarke, Jefferson, Shelby and Tuscaloosa.  In 1952, the original Bank of Thomasville opened. As time passed, there have been several acquisitions and mergers allowing us the opportunity to serve more customers in more locations. The first of these unions was Citizen’s Bank, also in Thomasville, in 1981, and in 1984, our name changed to United Security Bank. The second union of banks occurred in 1985 when First National Bank of Butler, Alabama became part of our bank family. In 1996, Brent Banking Company in Brent, Alabama became a part of United Security Bank. The most recent addition by way of acquisition took place in 1997 when First Bank and Trust of Grove Hill and United Security Bank became First United Security Bank, what we now call First US Bank. Prior to this time, United Security Bank served communities in 13 locations. Since this time, additional offices were opened. First US Bank has become a partner in the areas of Harpersville (1998), McCalla (1999), Calera (2002), Taylorville (2003), Columbiana (2006), and Downtown Tuscaloosa (2015), and a Loan Production Office in Mountain Brook, AL (2016).

The Bank’s two wholly-owned subsidiaries are Acceptance Loan Company, Inc. (ALC) and FUSB Reinsurance, Inc. (FUSB Reinsurance). ALC is an Alabama corporation that makes consumer loans and purchases consumer loans from vendors. FUSB Reinsurance is an Arizona corporation that underwrites credit life and credit accident and health insurance policies sold to the Bank’s and ALC’s consumer loan customers. FUSB Reinsurance is responsible for the first level of risk on these policies up to a specified maximum amount, and a primary third-party insurer retains the remaining risk. The third-party insurer and/or a third-party administrator is responsible for performing most of the administrative functions of FUSB Reinsurance on a contract basis.