|“|| One heart, one mind, ONESTATE|
Thank you for your continued business.
— OneState Bank slogan
OneState Bank is a financial institution which is part of the Person of Interest universe, located in New York City. It offers a variety of services, such as private and corporate bank accounts, credit card services, and investments. OneState Bank is one of three major banks that frequently appears in Person of Interest episodes. The other two banks are Bayridge Savings Bank and NY Mutual Bank.
The bank has become the regular conduit through which Finch investigates the financial status of a person of interest. He generally tapes a printout of the POI's bank statement, often from OneState Bank, on the glass board in the Library.
Events at OneState Bank
The bank has also appeared as a plot device in multiple episodes.
- Angela Markham oversaw the installation of a new anti-money laundering system at OneState Bank. (“Judgment”)
- Finch hacked the OneState Bank computer systems using the alias "Walt Trowbridge" (“Judgment”)
- While working undercover at Grayling Armored Services, Reese and Tommy Clay stopped at a OneState Bank branch to collect their employees' tax returns. (“Matsya Nyaya”)
- Root paid for her driver's license by hacking into Owen Reynold's OneState account. (“The Contingency”)
- An ad for the bank was displayed in the bus carrying Kara Stanton, Reese and Snow. (“Dead Reckoning”)
- Daniel Aquino made several transactions through an account at OneState Bank. (“Relevance”)
- Carter stored her collection of evidence against HR in a safe deposit box at a OneState Bank branch in Hoboken, NJ. (“Endgame”)
- Shaw and Romeo's gang rob a OneState Bank branch in “Nautilus”.
- OneState Bank uses a blue and white color scheme for their corporate identity. A different logo was used in “Identity Crisis” where both the real Jordan Hester and the imposter had accounts at OneState Bank.
- The bank's address is 4000 John St. 2nd Fl, New York, NY, 10007.
- Their website address is www.onestatebank.web (“Identity Crisis”) (“The Perfect Mark”) or www.onestatebank.com (“One Percent”)