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Community Banking at Our Core

But we're so much more!

We’re proud of our local heritage serving hometowns in Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota. Our founders started out in the 1880’s by helping neighbors and friends with simple banking and borrowing needs.

As our customers’ needs grow so does our business. Today, we also offer insurance protection, investments, mortgages, trust and estate planning not to mention equipment financing through OnePlace Capital.

While generations change and communities evolve, Bank Midwest’s driving principles remain the same:

One Place. One Team. Devoted to the security and prosperity of our customers

INVESTING $722 MILLION Community investment in loans
VOLUNTEERING 9,602 Employee hours volunteered
DONATING $180,000 Contributed to local organizations
IMPACTING $13,600,000 Community investment in loans

News & Education

Curt Petersen Recognized as Top Insurance Agent for 2019

Curt Petersen of Bank Midwest in Spirit Lake was recently named a 2019 Top Life Insurance Agent of the Year by Group Benefits, Ltd. (GBL). Petersen received this award due to his exceptional work in the life insurance market and the dedication shown to his clients.  GBL’s Agent Recognition Program distinguishes agents who rank among […]

Reduce Fraud with Cash Management’s Dual Control

Cash Management has many layers of security to help protect your business from fraud. Dual Control is one layer of security in Cash Management that you may not be aware of. It requires two people in order to complete a single wire transfer or ACH batch transaction. When Dual Control settings are enabled, a single […]

Building vs. Buying a House: What is Right for You?

To buy or to build? It’s a question that faces many who enter the housing market. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you’re looking for something that better fits your family’s needs, it’s a question that you’ll likely have to consider. Whatever direction you decide to go, it’s important to compare the positives and negatives […]