Mutual of Omaha isn't the first or largest insurance company to venture into banking, but it could soon be the most visible.
While competitors like Nationwide and State Farm rely heavily on the Internet and their own agents to generate deposits and loans, Mutual of Omaha Bank is building its customer base in a more traditional way: through acquisitions and de novo branching.
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