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Top 200 Healthiest Banks - It's a big deal!
July 15 3:46 PM
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If you know our history, you’d understand why ranking in the Top 200 Healthiest Banks (let alone three years in a row) is such a big deal to us. See, Premier Bank emerged five years ago, after purchasing a bank that had been closed by the FDIC. Our beginnings involved picking up the financial pieces and climbing out of that bank’s current monthly losses of around -$150K/month. A large feat for our small, employee group of 55 people at the time.

Thanks to our dedicated employees and loyal customers, we were thrilled to make it on this list two years later and are thrilled to say that we haven’t looked back. Here are some of the fun stats from this years’ ranking:

  •  Premier Bank ranked #61 this year.
  • We are one of only two Omaha banks on the list.
  • We are one of only 23 banks to consecutively be on the list out of the 6,199 total federally insured banks.


Check out a more detailed breakdown of our A+ health score:

https://www.depositaccounts.com/banks/premier-bank-ne.html#health.

So, needless to say we’re proud of the obstacles we have overcome as a financial team on your behalf.

If you’re curious to see the full list of all the banks that made the cut check out the link below. All we ask is for you to see if YOUR bank is on that list…if not, might you consider changing to a more healthy option…?

https://www.depositaccounts.com/banks/health.aspx#healthiest.