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As a community bank with local roots and strong ties to the region, Security State Bank in Hibbing, MN thrives when our customers and communities thrive, so we take care of our customers and look out for the best interest of our community. The benefits that come with banking here include a relationship-based banking experience, superior customer service and the pride that comes with reinvesting in your community.
By banking locally with Security State Bank, you can make a real difference in the lives of your neighbors and the future of our communities. You’ll be making a hometown investment that you can be proud of. Money you deposit here will be reinvested in ways that drive our local economy, in the form of loans to local residents who want to buy a home or to small business owners who are looking to open shop in this community.
It may help you to know that community banks like Security State Bank are the safest, soundest and most secure financial institutions in our nation. We are the common sense lenders that follow responsible business practices; and we work every day to support our customers, communities and local markets. Community banks improve America’s communities by funding nearly 60 percent of all small businesses under $1 million and by using local dollars to help families purchase homes, buy a car, finance college and build financial security. By driving local economies and creating local jobs, community banks are an integral part of our financial system and play a key role in our nation’s economic recovery.
Security State Bank wants you to know that this community bank is invested not only in Hibbing and its surrounding communities, but also in you, our customer as well. When you do business with us, you talk to us, not someone halfway around the globe. You’ll be doing business with a community banker who lives and works in the same community as you do. There’s a Difference.
Security State Bank’s core values are what we stand for and explain why we exist. Everything else changes as needed, but always after adhering to the following core values:
We are a bank made up of honest people who seek customers who are also honest people. There is no place in this bank for dishonest dealings or dishonest relationships with shareholders, directors, officers, employees, or customers. The bank was founded on the principle of integrity and we intend to uphold that tradition.
Security State Bank is all about delivering unsurpassed customer service. Serving the financial needs of our customers is the reason for our existence. We will treat each and every interaction with a customer as if our continued banking relationship were dependent on how well we serve the customer during that particular transaction.
The board of directors and senior management view the bank’s employees as family. We take care of our customers, our employees, our community, and our families. We are loyal to and protective of our employees and we expect their loyalty and dedication in return.
We are a product of our community, a leader of our community, and we take its needs very seriously. We will never do anything intentionally that goes against the best interest of the communities we serve; to do otherwise would violate a trust. We will strongly encourage all Security State Bank employees to become actively involved in our communities. In essence, the greater Hibbing community should be better off simply because of the presence of Security State Bank.
Our shareholders have made a significant monetary investment in our bank. We have a deep responsibility to ensure that they receive a solid return on their investment. The best way to reward shareholders for their investment is for the bank to deliver strong, consistent levels of profitability. This profit will result from delivering unsurpassed quality service to our customers. This means that we balance the needs of customers, employees, and our community in ways that will allow us to provide generous returns for our shareholders. The bank cannot and will not be considered a success until it has demonstrated that it knows how to make a solid profit while performing this balancing act.