Minnwest Bank is proud to be recognized by Newsweek Magazine as the 2023 Best Small Bank in Minnesota.

“As Minnwest Bank continues to shine as a beacon of excellence in banking, it reaffirms our commitment to providing top-tier financial products and services,” said Bank President Ivan van Essen, “We continue to focus on remaining deeply rooted in the communities we serve. This recognition by Newsweek is a testament to the bank's enduring legacy.”

In the current environment of rising interest rates and inflation, more individuals and businesses are re-assessing what their existing banking relationship can do for them. This recognition reaffirms that Minnwest Bank is committed to best-in-class customer service and competitive rates.

In partnership with the online loan marketplace Lending Tree, Newsweek analyzed thousands of FDIC-insured banks and credit unions across the United States, to determine the best bank in each state based on more than 50 different factors, including competitive rates, low fees, rewards, and a wide range of financial products and services. Full results of the Best Small Bank survey can be found here.

As a community bank, Minnwest Bank consistently demonstrates its expertise and commitment to serving the unique needs of individuals, families and businesses and is honored to be named the Best Small Bank in Minnesota.

About Minnwest Bank

Minnwest Bank has approximately 400 employees, 36 bank locations and more than $2 billion in assets. The Minnesota-based company serves thousands of customers across Minnesota and South Dakota through a diversified mix of businesses: Retail Banking, Agri-Business Banking, Business Banking, Cash Management and Insurance. Learn more at minnwestbank.com/about-us

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